Originally posted by King ScottyProbably has to do with the fact that the shortest amount of moves two players can take for one to achieve checkmate is two....
How about the fact that we only get 2 moves to decide whether to delete a game or not. Is this a petty bug or is there a valid reason?........Source - Help index - Introduction - What if my opponent stops playing?
Originally posted by seraphimvultureWhat two moves would they be, then?
Probably has to do with the fact that the shortest amount of moves two players can take for one to achieve checkmate is two....
Originally posted by ivangriceIf you know the answer, let's see it. While you're at it, explain what "moves counted in pairs" means to you.(no joke)
The answer to King Scotty's question is so blindingly obvious it must have been posted as a joke. Not a very funny one, though.[/b]
Originally posted by King ScottyWhen you will post something that makes sense I'll let you alone.
Hey, it's the leader of the "Rat Pack". Go away stalker.