Because some plays on sms,though for some cellphones have fast connection and some have not
Some plays with 50.6 kbps on the internet,so conclusion....all does not play on DSL OR BROADBAND
Oh well everyone needs patience
But if you like to win tournament,just take notes of the names of fast players,then just challenge them during a tournament
No. / Believe it. Some even speculate on your subsequent timing out or leaving the game. Really nasty, esp. during tournaments. (Was personally kicked from a top25 position to not even within top50 any more due to one guy who really stretched each round to almost 3 minutes. unfortunately "unfairness" does not trigger for them. I do not believe in the arguments made for "slow connections" &c. - this is blatant abuse to stop out players in a non-fun way.)
Yeah, it does seem like some people just take forever, but it's strange, how some times they will play immediately after, and other times play like 2 minutes later. though admittedly, i've been distracted before, and forgot about the game. I'm sure having a slow connection is a real issue for some people. it makes sense, especially in small villages, where people don't have access to cable internet, where only satellite is a viable option.
When i was using Verizon DSL, we were at the farthest reaches of the line, and our internet would just drop randomly.
also, during play, sometimes the browser would freeze, and i would have to restart the browser to get back into the game.
this did cause me to lose some times, but once i figured it out, i was able to prevent it most of the time.
Is it possible to make a Bot for this game?
Bot, being a program designed to do a specific task, while not being directly monitored by a player.
it's a pretty simple game, i'm sure designing a bot wouldn't be too difficult...
it wouldn't exactly be fair play, and i certainly wouldn't condone the creation of a Bot... but i'm sure it can be done.
is there any way to see if people are actually just Bots designed to slow down players?