Originally posted by godzillionI don't know, but I guess you could test it out in one of your games.
I suppose you can always send a move reminder arbitrarily long before timing out your opponent. Anyone know if move reminders will still reach you if you turn off email move notifications?
Originally posted by belgianfreakJon,
bump... I'd still like an answer
my opponent has again gone past his timeout. I'll give him a warning that next time I will get timed out because I am interested in keeping the tourney moving (noone mention the BIT 1300 group - it ...[text shortened]... we keep drawing).
Some clear ruling would be appreciated
Originally posted by vaknsothanks John. I know what Rwinglett is saying, but I want to win tourneys (one day...) not just take them. This kind of ruleing for tourneys in general would be good (Criss, Russ.... any views?)
I am not speaking about the Red Hot Pawn tournaments here. In the B.I.T tourney, I have no problem with your repeated draws. Addressing the other issue I found your post in: In the B.I.T. (Baker Invitational Tournament) The players are not given the option to give their opponents more time. I or my Assistant can declare a timeout when a player has ...[text shortened]... hey might have about winning by default.
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