stealing my time

NasimRkl
just shortly i was playing a blitz game with an opponent name- ericsfo. while playing with this user i noticed that this player was stealing my time. Let me clear it- while the game was on, many times his time increased for some number of seconds and same time my time got decreased with the same number of seconds. So how is this possible in such a reputed chess site.
baddogno

https://support.chess.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1444849-why-did-the-clock-times-suddenly-change-the-clocks-seem-broken-

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

NasimRkl

i read the answer given in this link but still not satisfied. i was in good internet connection (4G) and i always play in the same internet network. And another point is that even if my opponent had not done the move and was thinking, still our time was adjusting on its own and it wasnt the internet issue. once i finished that game, i played another game immediately with some other player and that time i didnt face this problem.

baddogno

Or maybe...

https://support.chess.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1444918-my-internet-connection-is-fine---why-am-i-getting-disconnects-

You're right.  WHY AM i PRETENDING TO GIVE A SH#T?

Temujinwolf
I started a daily challenge with “darkqueer” from Finland and no move has been made to respond to my opening. The time shows 5 mins left for my opponent to play, yet this has been the case all day. How do I get rid of them without resigning and losing points and how can this occur?
baddogno

I checked your current games and also your archive and can't find it so the problem seems to have resolved itself.  You might need to reload the page or even clear your cache though.  Hope that helps.

Polar_Bear

You can read something HERE.

Basically, chess.com and/or your browser switch between various communication protocols during a live game, and this may freeze your connection. Also, such prolonged frozen connection is dealt at your expense on the clock.

Annoying, I know. It is called bad programming.

Alika05
And that’s a name and shame. Here before the block!
ChessbrotherJon

 Polar_bear " It is called bad programming. "

and thought my opponent was cheating...    Very  Interesting ...

Not a Cheat program ?!