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In case of only 1 partial game with me having a higher score, how soon before the deadline I can post a round victory?

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If during 1 round my opponent doesn't respect the 15 minutes between moves and he/she doesn't communicate with me to arrange a break and restart at a later time, then it could force me to recheck the game much later (before the 24h recent limit anyway).
In this case the limit of 4 days could be reached very easily.
To not incur in the "post or you're toast" clause, what is an acceptable time before the due date to post the results?
Please consider that it's not always safe to wait the last minute to post a result and that if we haven't even finished the first game in the first 2 days and a half, then the last 24 hours (for example) will not be enough to finish the next 2 games.
So please provide a solution for this case, if possible in the official rules so that the other players will be willing to respect the courtesy rules that you already provided.
Thank you 
asked 9 years ago in Monthly by Word Rookie (130 points)
The answer proposed is welcome and understood but it doesn't answer the question.
If at a given time my opponent has not played for 1 or 2 hours and I am at the advantage but the 1st game is far from finished I don't want to risk the double  elimination. When can I post the win if for example the deadline is only 12 hours from that given time?
Thank you in advance

2 Answers

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Weren't you banned from WWFstats.com for being a serial cheater?
answered 9 years ago by Word Freak (7,150 points)
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If there is no play for 24 hours then you are allowed to claim the Round as a victory. Please respect the fact that we all have busy schedules as well as possible time differences. Please communicate with you opponent both in the chat as well as sending him/her a private message through your "My Tourney".

You can also send us a message using the "Send Feedback" at the bottom left of this screen. Keep us apprised of the situation so that we can help if needed.
answered 9 years ago by Word Freak (50,570 points)

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