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  1. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    22 Sep '05 20:12
    Is there a way of undeleting games I have nade in error? The person has their vacation flag up and I claimed the win in haste.
  2. Standard member rhb
    Ginger Scum
    22 Sep '05 20:58
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Is there a way of undeleting games I have nade in error? The person has their vacation flag up and I claimed the win in haste.
    Nope. Once you click the skull it's settled forever.
  3. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    22 Sep '05 21:03
    Originally posted by rhb
    Nope. Once you click the skull it's settled forever.
    Thanks for that!!

    And why are you not in bed by now? Early start tomorrow you know!



    :-)
  4. 22 Sep '05 23:15
    claim the win> people make there move, then put the vacation flag up, you dont move...... then bingo they claim the win off you, claim it and enjoy it!!
  5. Donation mwmiller
    RHP Member No. 16
    23 Sep '05 00:13
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Is there a way of undeleting games I have nade in error? The person has their vacation flag up and I claimed the win in haste.
    That game is history,

    ...but if you and your opponent really want to play that game out, you could both agree to play a new game and then just make exactly the same moves as before up to the point that you claimed the win.

    regards, Marc
  6. Subscriber leestatic
    Hristos voskrese
    23 Sep '05 00:40 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Is there a way of undeleting games I have nade in error? The person has their vacation flag up and I claimed the win in haste.
    if you're on about the Piotr Paradowski game don't worry too much you're the 18th person to time him out since his vacation flag went up.


    Edit: And i'll be the 19th
  7. 23 Sep '05 10:15
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    Is there a way of undeleting games I have nade in error? The person has their vacation flag up and I claimed the win in haste.
    How the hell can you claim the win in haste, if there is always a warning pop-up?
  8. Standard member rhb
    Ginger Scum
    23 Sep '05 12:03
    Originally posted by TheSphinx
    And why are you not in bed by now? Early start tomorrow you know!
    eh?
  9. Standard member TheSphinx
    The-Sphinx
    26 Sep '05 20:48
    Originally posted by schakuhr
    How the hell can you claim the win in haste, if there is always a warning pop-up?
    Easy!!! You look to young to understand the mechanincs of the mind so I won't bother explaining. lol

    :-)
  10. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    21 Oct '05 15:43
    Originally posted by mwmiller
    That game is history,

    ...but if you and your opponent really want to play that game out, you could both agree to play a new game and then just make exactly the same moves as before up to the point that you claimed the win.

    regards, Marc
    you could also play a set pieces game, challenging with extended options gives you that one