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What should I do if my opponent accused me of cheating, quit playing - and now time is running out?

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We had a nice first game.  Then about halfway through the second game, my opponent asked me how I could come up with plays as quickly as I was doing.  A few of my plays may have been a little quick, but when someone does basically what I expect them to do, and I"ve already planned for contingencies; should I wait to play just to make him feel better?  He questioned my play of the word vacuole.  He suggested that I couldn't possibly know what it meant and began to give me the third degree.  Our discussion did not progress well.  He became very aggressive.  I got tired of being defensive, and started to get a little belligerent myself.  The whole ugly discussion is still on my phone.  The bottom line is that he quit playing and I know that I wasn't cheating, but I don't feel quite right about claiming the victory without  apprising someone of the situation.
asked 8 years ago in Monthly by AtomicPopcornDude Word Rookie (150 points)
I don't have the answer, I'm just commenting that vacuole is common to anyone who had HS or College Biology courses! Some people take life too seriously! I feel your angst! Good ridden to the ignorant.

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If your opponent has stopped playing then you are within your right to record the round as "time ran out". Do forward the chats by clicking on the Send Feedback below in case your opponent files a dispute.
answered 8 years ago by Debbyoc Word Freak (188,400 points)

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