How is this a draw?

_Dalle_

Hey there, 

Yesterday I played some rounds of Bullet Chess (1|0 format). I was pretty tiered and did some crucial mistakes in my games when I came up with this round. 

http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=374271970

I cleary would have lost the game. However, I had about 10 seconds left on my clock, while my opponent had under 1 second. I should have won on time, but somehow the game ended as a draw duo to unsifficent material, even though he has a ton of pieces. 

Now I'm wondering why? It's the second time I encoutered something like this.  

 

Thanks for any replay, Dalle

Scottrf

You 'won' on time, but since you didn't have enough pieces to checkmate, the game is a draw. Standard chess rule.

rooperi

He had a ton of pieces, you didn't, you had insufficent material to mate him, he had insuffcient time to mate you. Draw is good.

_Dalle_

Ah ok, didn't know about this rule! Thanks!

pfren

You cannot mate with a sole king, so this is a draw.

_Dalle_

Yeah it's obvious now. I knew that it's impossible to mate with a sole king, but I thought this wouldn't apply if someone rans out of time. 

Thanks for the fast replies!