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This whole conversation works only if you imagine your anime avatars arguing.

Seems like someone's going to get their eye poked out by a cat ear then.
    
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Main (hopefully Intermediate soon)
isn't main higher?
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post #13 of 39
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isn't main higher?

All I remember is: Open -> Intermediate -> Main -> Premier -> Invite

These days good players reside in the Premier or Invite divisions. Back in the day you could find good players in Main.
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All I remember is: Open -> Intermediate -> Main -> Premier -> Invite

These days good players reside in the Premier or Invite divisions. Back in the day you could find good players in Main.

Not in Aus boys. Open > Amateur > Main > Intermediate > Invite (Pro)
post #15 of 39
In Australia its only

Open (noobs) > Amateur (any random lem-global) > Div2 (Main?)> div1 (invite)

Not sure about esea but noone cares about that here.
post #16 of 39
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In Australia its only

Open (noobs) > Amateur (any random lem-global) > Div2 (Main?)> div1 (invite)

Not sure about esea but noone cares about that here.

Sounds like AUS is doing it wrong. Such renegades. I don't know how you guys cobble together such a structure, one would think it would go down in an inferno.
post #17 of 39
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This whole conversation works only if you imagine your anime avatars arguing.
I don't even understand their arguments, guess it was funny though
post #18 of 39
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Originally Posted by daunow View Post

I don't even understand their arguments, guess it was funny though

A rattle causes sound vibrations which interfere sensor shutter speed at quantum level. This can only be observed by using a special anime sense. They are "special". In real life a rattle doesnt do anything.
post #19 of 39
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A rattle causes sound vibrations which interfere sensor shutter speed at quantum level. This can only be observed by using a special anime sense. They are "special". In real life a rattle doesnt do anything.

You must be a retired weeb to know such private things? thumb.gif Thank you for telling me the exact same thing I was pointing out though, that rattle does not affect sensor performance to a notable degree. rolleyes.gif
    
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sensor placement ... but I won't get into that as there are multiple huge threads ...

Still way to less talking about it. People, especially "gaming" mouse devs are still ignoring this in 2016.
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