I am a 4 dan Go player
I am also your stereotypical Eurogamer/AT hater/no fun lover. Theme doesn't matter, randomness sucks big time, fun during the game is sitting quietly working out strategies. when all the american podcasters make fun of eurogamers they mean me.
Game comments: for the most part I stopped adding game comments, and just go with the numerical rating. not being able to add comments from the search page makes it too bothersome for me, so I only comment when I feel a particularly strong urge to do so. this also means that while my ratings should be up to date the game comments might not be.
AoS expansions aside, expansions are rated on a 3-8 scale of:
will always use it/very good/worth getting/doesn't change much/i'd rather play base game/I really don't want adding this
I rate games as soon as I play them once, even if it's on internet, but I also record all my playings so you can generally see if my rating has any real experience with the game behind it.
Internet games: I log first 2-3 internet plays of a given title, especially of games I haven't played in real life. The only exception is Go - even an internet Go game is way more intense than any other face 2 face game, those I log all.
Trade: I am unlikely to be willing to trade single games to outside of Poland - paying half the game's cost to ship doesn't appeal to me. So in most cases if I don't have a few games you might want I will probably not trade...
Games played: I've added all games I played before being introduced to euros as played in 1990-01-01, with 10 plays for games I played A LOT. Games I've played since getting into the hobby, but before logging my plays are all entered as 2006-01-01. All this because their not being here was messing up my friendless' extended statistics.
I might be too strict in giving 1/10 to things I do not consider a game. (1/10 description says 'not a game'. many things here are activities, but not _games_).