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Stanislav Pavlovič | July 24, 2012 – 17:16No Comment | 841 views Improved CashZone Environment and Various Minor Changes

For more than four years, has been constantly developed and improved. In every new release, we are trying to resolve various issues and make playing at our site as enjoyable as possible. Today, new version of our application has been released, bringing many improvements and changes.

First of all, CashZone environment has been revamped, taking into account greater convenience in challenges. Proposing a handicapped challenge is now done much more easily, and the bets can be calculated automaticaly based on rating, ensuring the fairness of every bet.

Public challenge

By ticking the "Fair" option, the bets for every opponent who take on your challenge will be calculated automaticaly, according to the difference between your ratings.

The personal challenges have undergone some changes, too. If you offer a personal challenge, you will be provided with bets adjusted to the difference between your and opponent’s rating.

Personal challenges

Thanks to the graphical representation, you can easily recognize the bet ratio as favorable or unfavorable for you.

Also, it is now easier to tell whether the bet you were challenged to is fair to you.

Recieved challenge

If the fairness icon is yellow, the bet is well balanced. As the color moves into the green spectrum, the bet is more favorable for you. In contrast, if it moves towards red, the bet is less favorable.

To try out these new features, try playing a cash chess game at our online chess site.

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