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Can a player you have "blocked" accept an open game that you have started?
Thanks in advance.
FAQ entry http://support.chess.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=121
You shouldn't have to encounter a member you have blocked, except you could still end up matched up against them in a tournament or team match.
Thanks!! I understand I may meet them in tournaments or team matches.
I was concerned about "open seeks" but the link above addresses that.
Except they can until it reaches the live server because on numerous occasions I have blocked somebody and they have been able to accept my seek almost 10 minutes later.
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