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    05 Feb '15 16:16
    Recently, one of the players rated over 2400 resigned a number of tournament games that say they are Rated, but he lost no points from his rating. How can that be?
  2. SubscriberPonderable
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    05 Feb '15 16:29
    Originally posted by John Osmar
    Recently, one of the players rated over 2400 resigned a number of tournament games that say they are Rated, but he lost no points from his rating. How can that be?
    Because there were fewer than two moves.
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    05 Feb '15 18:28
    Why wouldn't he just delete the game?
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    05 Feb '15 19:06
    Originally posted by John Osmar
    Why wouldn't he just delete the game?
    You can't delete a tournament game or a clan game. So if the gameload is too high and a new round in a tournament begins, the player can just resign the games, doesn't loses rating points and does not impede the progress of the tournament
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    06 Feb '15 18:09
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    You can't delete a tournament game or a clan game. So if the gameload is too high and a new round in a tournament begins, the player can just resign the games, doesn't loses rating points and does not impede the progress of the tournament
    Thanks, Ponderable.
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