Originally posted by HomerJSimpsonI assume you're being sarcastic.
no. but god he kicked your butt
Originally posted by zniemannI counted you claiming 8 wins by timeout before this horrible crime, and this was the first and only time you got timed out.
Hello, I was CLEARLY beating an opponent and then had computer access problems during my recent move. He took the timeout win without attempting to message me first. I had him in checkmate in about 4 moves. gameid=4131837
I suppose it is not possible to force a timeout retraction? What a little prick.
Originally posted by wormwoodTo be fair, it looks like all the players xe timed out have left the site.
I counted you claiming 8 wins by timeout before this horrible crime, and this was the first and only time you got timed out.
oh, the humanity! every time it turns out like this. every single time.
Originally posted by Nordlysreally? I think one of them had a green dot on while I counted them. could be it was on another line though... but still, I would never have the audacity to whine about someone else timing me out, after claiming the skull 8 times myself.
To be fair, it looks like all the players xe timed out have left the site.
Originally posted by zzywActually that is kind of an interesting idea. You could have a setting, visible on your public profile, that would always claim your timeouts automatically. Your opponents could see that setting in advance and choose not to play you if they object. Then, when one of your opponents does get flagged, there is no room to complain because you had no immediate choice in the matter (granted, not that someone won't complain anyway).
Is there even a reason for NOT having the option to automatically take skulls? It seems kind of unfair that my opponent can get away with a time-out when I'm not around to claim it.
Originally posted by Marsani think this is the point zniemann is missing.
I wouldn't hesitate to take a flag-fall win in an "in person" tournament where ratings were at stake. I doubt anyone else on the site would either.