Originally posted by RussBut Russ, is it possible for you to manually force one along if someone notifies you of the holdup? I don't ask you to look through them all right now, only if someone lets you know that a tournament can move on.
Guys, I know this is a problem, but it is quite a big job to sort out because of the testing required. I don't have the time to do it right now, but I will try to sort this out in the near future.
Originally posted by ivangriceuhhh... resign? take one for the team? I dunno.
My outstanding game in the 'Winter 04 banded duel 1400-1599' is a case in point. My opponent is using the full allotment of 14 days to make each move.
Is there no way this childish, selfish behaviour can be dealt with? I have messaged him pointing out that 30 other players are waiting for this one game to end - this has resulted in even slower play from my opponent...
Originally posted by jayaitchExcellent suggestion!
Looking at Ivangrice's game it would appear that he could resign and then both players would go through to the next round. But why should he?
My complaint is really about those games which are irelevant to the composition of the next round of a tourney. On a rival site - Itsyourturn, the next round starts as soon as group winners are known. The players can continue to play their game but the rest of the tourney is not held up.