It's just a rolling window. You're guaranteed to get your boot rate down to 0% if you play 100 games in succession without getting booted in them.
For example, if you play 70 games without booting and then play 30 games in which you get booted, you'll have a 30% recent boot rate. You can play another 70 games without booting until your boot rate starts going down from 30%, because the 30 boots need to be pushed out of your most recent 100.
The fastest solution is to play QMs or lottos and just get 100 games that way. There also seems to be some sort of expiry built in to the "last 100" games (can be <100 if you haven't played in a while) but I don't know how long that window is.
Edited 4/1/2022 18:53:01
How do I get my boot rate down?: 4/1/2022 18:53:10
That means that if you booted 13 times in a row, and then finished 87 games without booting, you would still have a 13% bootrate. Only with the 88 game you finish without booting it goes down to 12%.
The best way to get your bootrate down is to join a round robin tournament on a template that only takes a few turns, and gives a lot of games at once. That way, you will finish a lot of games in a short amount of time, with little effort.
If you (understandably) dont like round robin tournaments, just play a lot of other games to get that bootrate down.
How do I get my boot rate down?: 4/1/2022 18:54:14
assuming all 100 games are made in advance, you could put a script that runs every 5 seconds and does the following: 1. click surrender button 2. click confirm surrender button 3. click next game button 4. repeat until next game button no longer exists on the page
EDIT: you would have to commit all your MD games before ding this, or remove them from the NextGameIDs= URL of the first game you open
EDIT2: or just put a counter in the script that does "if (i > 99) clearInterval(id)"
Edited 4/1/2022 21:35:16
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