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  1. 20 Nov '07 20:15
    why does my open invite (and some others) not have "accept game offer" after it?
  2. 20 Nov '07 21:51
    Originally posted by tempehman
    why does my open invite (and some others) not have "accept game offer" after it?
    because you're a loser
  3. Standard member Dutch Defense
    Stealer of Souls
    20 Nov '07 21:56
    Originally posted by eatmybishop
    because you're a loser
  4. Donation mwmiller
    RHP Member No. 16
    20 Nov '07 22:29
    Originally posted by tempehman
    why does my open invite (and some others) not have "accept game offer" after it?
    It only shows up on the offers that you can accept.
  5. 20 Nov '07 22:33 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by tempehman
    why does my open invite (and some others) not have "accept game offer" after it?
    I'm not 100% sure, but I can take a guess.

    When you view the Open Invites, your own game doesn't have an "accept offer" after it because you can't accept your own game to play in, that would be playing yourself. And other games probably don't have an "accept offer" behind them because you don't fit their requirements. Some players will create a game and have a minimum rating requirement, like "greater than 1800" or "greater than 2100" and if you don't match, then you can't accept the game, and the "accept offer" won't be listed. I hope that's it.

    Good luck in your games!
  6. 20 Nov '07 22:54
    thanks for the last two replies - I shoulsd have thought of that
  7. 21 Nov '07 06:02
    Originally posted by eatmybishop
    because you're a loser
    Are your sense of humour so low?
    Do you feel above everyone else when you make yourself funny on others behalf?
    What problem do you have?
  8. 22 Nov '07 04:39
    Originally posted by Doctor Rat
    I'm not 100% sure, but I can take a guess.

    When you view the Open Invites, your own game doesn't have an "accept offer" after it because you can't accept your own game to play in, that would be playing yourself. And other games probably don't have an "accept offer" behind them because you don't fit their requirements. Some players will create a game an ...[text shortened]... "accept offer" won't be listed. I hope that's it.

    Good luck in your games!
    You could have just said "because you can't play with yourself"