Originally Posted by Pyrrian
What do you try to prove with your experiment? I bet all these pro players will be in the top 100 in no time.
thats the difference - you bet
and I want proof...
to prove the flaw of ELO system, you have to assume it's correct
choose 10-20 top elo players and give them 10-20 clean accounts with random nicknames where noone will recognise them.
if by the mid-end of the season their ELO will be significantly different from the one they have now - means only one thing:
ELO system is flawed
, because when you see those players play and justify their choices in games, you have no doubt that they are experts and you have nothing but respect for them.
so you don't have to be so aggressive towards ME - I'm not trying to prove that "progamers suck and I am awesome".
I'm trying to prove there is a flaw in the system that prevents from correctly rewarding people for their performance in game
1st step is to prove it exists
next is to find a way to fix it.
and then ... fix it ;-)
the entire LoL community is build around solo queue, so it is pretty important to make it fair for everyone.