LiMunPai wrote:The right criteria for conceding, to me, has little to do with the state of the game. The questions to ask are:
1. How much fun are you having/would you rather be doing something else?
2. How much fun do you think your opponent is having/would your opponent rather be doing something else?
3. Are you affecting anyone other than you or your opponent by conceding?
This was (in different places) said already, but this is pretty much how I feel. I've conceded games because I was getting tired, not having much fun, and pretty sure I was going to lose. I've also continued playing, knowing I don't have a chance, because the game was still moving quickly and I was having a good time regardless. It's pretty darn situational. Odds are if you wouldn't want to play me after I conceded, you'd probably be getting under my skin -anyways- so, really, you're just doing both of us a favor. So far I haven't run into anyone that obnoxious, but I also mostly only play with friends, so who knows.
Maybe one day I'll meet the mythical TFG