I would like to elaborate on my case, fully aware that I have a 0% chance of getting a guilty verdict.
Firstly let me say that giagulas is a fair opponent - I have played him many times and have nothing against him whatsoever. As soon as I got into the position indicated by the first screenshot - he offered me the tie. This is because he knew that he could double chase to stop me winning - and importantly - he has no idea (like the majority of players) that double chasing is not allowed (on the forum). So as far as he knows he has done nothing wrong (and is probably thinking what a clown this optician guy is for not accepting the tie when he couldn’t win).
Now as it happens I messed up the second screenshot - it didn’t show the clock. And I only remembered to take the screenshot after I had offered the tie (thus obscuring the board).
So how does MT know that I was chased for 10 minutes? They don’t. For all they know I offered the tie immediately.
So what is my case?
Well, I am arguing that in the situation as presented in the first screenshot - that barring a monumental misclick - giagulas HAD to double chase to avoid defeat.
If Template Rex would like to do a puzzle which asks how giagulas can draw without double chasing, Id like to see that solution.
And in the situation where this is the case - why is any number of seconds or minutes of chasing necessary?
Edit: wrong thread, please hide.
Edited by GaryLShelton, 27 January 2019 - 09:26 AM.
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