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  1. 09 Dec '08 19:33 / 1 edit
    I'm in the second round of a Long Haul Tournament. I've noticed my opponent hasn't moved for 391 days! I've made my first move in one game, and obviously he hasn't moved in the second.

    Will the timebank start running down in the second game?
  2. Standard member John of Reading
    Scotch addict
    09 Dec '08 20:22
    Yes, the clock is running. The system will award you both games a couple of days after the timeout and timebank have expired.
  3. 10 Dec '08 00:47
    on the "my games" page click the info link for that game. It will display the correct timebank.
  4. 10 Dec '08 16:53
    Originally posted by zebano
    on the "my games" page click the info link for that game. It will display the correct timebank.
    Thank you. My main query is this: Until my opponent makes his first move, his timebank will not start counting down. When the first game times out, will the second game as time out as well?
  5. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    10 Dec '08 17:19
    As people have tried to explain: vene if it is not shown under info the timebank is running down (you can clikc up the game, there it should be correct.)