About the game titles.... There is a BIG difference between how people (including me) look at NO NOOBS and PRO's ONLY. No noobs means you want players who don't suck. This means that you will get everyone from begginer-intermediate to super-ultra-pro. Pro only means you are looking for very good-expert-pro's. Notice the difference?
If you check my stats you would probably say OMFG wraid is a total noob, i will kick him from every game i see him in. But you simply can NOT (!!!!!) quantify a person's skill in any way by pure numbers. My loosing streak could mean that i suck at the game or that i have a hard time picking good teams.
I personally think that i am an ok player (or even a intermediate - good player) but it just hurts when i get kicked because of my stats. I played a lot of games in which people have asked me if i was premade with someone or a pro in a noobs only game. I stay on my feet, pay attention to what's going on around me, try hard not to get exposed help ally dgs whenever i have the mana and the opportunity. I don't feed and rarely suicide, i flag lock important flags (fortitude), i know how to effectively dance and kite someone.
Maybe that seems like bragging but i am just trying to point out that whilst i am by no means a pro i am also not a noob.
Was searching last night (or 2 days ago, not sure exactly) for a game. There was one 3v3 no noobs by solomonic. I joined because i do not consider myself a noob. Neither do i consider myself a pro or very good player but then again the title said no noobs not pro only. So i joined that game and solomonic said that i had no place there and i should leave because i am a noob. I insisted that i was not, i was intermediate. He kicked me anyway.
Now, i am not upset at solomonic. He had no reason to trust me. For all he knew, i was a "rq feeder fag lol". I was just pointing out that it can be hurtful sometimes when you are kicked by someone because of your stats. I personally try to give players the benefit of the doubt. But then again sometimes people are just sick of noobs playing their first online game in a pro only lobby and have no patience for giving someone a chance thereby risking to blow the entire game.
When you are naming your games try something like EU 3v3...blablabla... experienced players (50+ games) or 50+ wins etc.
Also, there are a few tip offs to wether a player is a noob. Like Alterschism said:
-sitting on your ass and not saying anything when someone asks you if you are a noob
-not pressing ready when everybody says "rdy up".
-asking what a premade is.
-returning after being kicked and calling you an a-hole.
It's pretty easy to identify noobs. I can also tell when a person is about to rage quit (although that is not really usefull unless you can identify him before the game starts).
Lol, just wrote a wall of text. Anyway, my point is : Try giving people the benefit of the doubt. If they let you down, blacklist them somewhere and kick them on sight next time, or untill their stats go way waaay up.
Thanx 4 readin' .