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Jean-Louis Cazaux wrote on 2022-08-17 UTC

When I look at my page of "Your Games on Game Courier" I see several lines which correspond to games that are not finished because my opponent stopped to play. I don't know what was the reason my opponent stopped to play, but it was in most of the cases for games on which my position was quite stronger than his. I don't like to see games unfinished like this, and I think it is unfair. Would it be possible for the editors to fix a hard limit, say 30 days or 60 days, after which a game not played will be automatically considered lost for the player who had to play? And won for the other player, the last to have played.

This would clean the tables which have many unfinished games.

Do other users of CVP agree with me?


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