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I lost on time whrn it wasn't my move. How's that possible? The board still shows my last move and oponents time is in red.
"pm771 vs. happyDhiman - happyDhiman won on time"
It was your move. Black played Qg3+
Maybe you have slow internet?
I have now lost twice in the same way you described. I made a move, the opponent did not, his clock ran down and then I was declared the loser on time! Apparently the screne did not show his move or something. I am very frustrated!
This same thing happened to me in a live tournament a few days ago. I've go no idea why. Moreover, it was only the first move!
It shows game abandoned, because after I made the first move (which wasn't even recorded!), a whole minute passed (thus, by 2|1 rules, I abandoned the game).
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