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I'm not too familiar with using bonus time.
Up untill now I always played 10 mins blitz, with no bonus time. I'm considering playing some more 14 mins games or 10 mins with bonus time.
So I have a pretty open question, how does bonus time work and are there multiple types of bonus times here?
Do you get time for every move because I wouldn't like that, I would maybe like if you get time when your clock is running out, like only in the final ten seconds it restocks to ten.
You get time for every move. http://blog.chess.com/DrawMaster/how-to-calculate-the-effect-of-bonus-time
hmm I think I prefer sudden death
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