|Right, but then only if the score is equal. Otherwise, the person trailing might as well resign. |
|Offering peace doesn't (allways) lead to a tie, it's ends the game with the current score.|
|Yes. In real life many conflicts 'end with peace' but not with a tie.|
|Can it happen that both players think that is better for them to halt at the current score that keep playing? (obviously, one must be wrong)|
This could be implemented in Territories as well: I see that my opponent can win many of the remaining squares, but he doesn't realize. But he probably will if we keep playing. So I propose peace and he thinks the current score is good for me and accepts.
I thought the peace proposal would be something like the cube in backgammon...
|My gaming instincts were right. I accepted peace in one game of the competition before I fully thought out the implications. This cost me 11 tiebreaker points. When I finish my last game I will be exactly 11 points behind the leader. Peace sucks.|
|One of my objetives in the Dominate game is to capture all the flag of my opp. Then it´s funny for me to continue to finish. Only in the non-tournaments games I finish the game before obteining the best possible result .|