|Subject:||[Bug-gnubg] Re: Re: Option to Resign?!...|
|Date:||Tue, 14 Dec 2010 04:09:21 -0800 (PST)|
“BGBlitz sometimes resigns, even when it's still a slim chance to win…
Well, most often (probably ever) the dice that BGBlitz has just rolled are covered by the resign
dialog so the user thinks there is a small chance left, but the hidden dice obscured that everything
is decided already.
Thank you for the reply.
I really do like that explanation about the hidden last roll, covered instantly by the resign dialog box.
But in fact this answer just hides another option, not clarified yet.
Let me be precise. When it’s the turn for player to play, he has two choices how to resign:
1. The player rolls the dices, and then finds that with these unlucky numbers he can’t win the game and propose a resignation.
(This is the case, explained well by Mr. Frank.)
2. The second option is to quit earlier: The player can resign even before to roll the dices.
Fortunately for BGBlitz, I never saw such a bad situation, so far…
Generally and theoretically speaking- I don’t think that it’s so difficult artificially to create/construct an example with particular position on the desk, when is not correct to resign before to rotate the dices, but after turning the cubes the resignation is “The right thing to do”.
Do you have any ideas or suggestions, please?
Regards to all,
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