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Does the opponent have to wait for 2 min for a disconnected player?
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 20 Nov 2017 11:05am

NO, there is no such 2-min guarantee of waiting!
Besides, even the meanings of "connection" and "disconnection" can be confusing to players:

If the game server does not receive a timely (i.e. within time-per-move) game-related communication from player A, then if player B is ahead, Player B will be allowed to claim a win after one time-per-move expiration.

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