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The mentioned list of games is the list that is displayed in your profile. It only displays games from the last 180 days and only the games in the last 180 days are considered for the rank graph. You can review these games directly (right click on a game in the list --> Load in ... or Load in (P)). All games (even these which are older than 180 days) are ...


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I can't really speak to the details here - I don't even play go - but I looked at their description of their rating system, and it seems that you've misunderstood the rating system somewhat. In particular, statements like "losing even game to 11k is perfectly fine for 13k, it only means you are 12k or weaker" aren't completely true. First off, keep in mind ...


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Your first question is largely answered by my answer to your other post. You lost a game to another player, whose rank was maybe the same as yours, maybe not, and that has to decrease your rating a little bit - in this case it was enough to cause you to drop (maybe you were close to the boundary between ranks, who knows). And it's all based on current rank,...


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There is no way to know your opponent's strength based on the information you posted. KGS adds the question mark to alert you about an unreliable rating, because that account has played too few games. Another clue is the graph itself. Important variations like this are typical of accounts with few games. Maybe that person only played one game in February ...


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KGS has a lot of quirks, and this is one of them. The review is lost. KGS will ask only the playing starting the review. Also note that KGS does also not offer to save any games which were started by loading a local file. This bit me in the butt far too often...


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The problem was that I ran it directly from the page: https://www.gokgs.com/applet.jsp - this doesn't allow to change the language (options are reduced). Once I downloaded and installed CGoban3 at my computer (https://www.gokgs.com/download.jsp), it works as expected and I can change the language.


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