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  • read: Why does a game that I am playing not show up on my game status page?
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Why does a game that I am playing not show up on my game status page? There are several reasons:


You can set the number of days after which an idle game disappears from your game status page. Click 'My profile' in the left-side menu column. On the profile page, adjust the setting 'Don't show games idle for more than __ days.' The default is 14. Whenever you change something on the profile page, be sure to scroll down and click 'Submit.'

If an active game has disappeared from your Game Status page, it still remains on your opponent's Game Status page to remind her to move. If she takes her turn, the game reappears on your Game Status page in the list of games in which it's your turn to move.

Games in which it is your turn to move never disappear from your game status page. If you do not wish to play one of your games anymore, please resign from that game so that your opponent does not wonder what happened to you.

If a player does not make a move in a game before the time limit over, then that player loses the game. ItsYourTurn.com will never restore a non-tournament game that ends because a player did not move on time.
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How can I get better at backgammon? Playing regular will improve your backgammon. You may also want to buy a backgammon book and study it. Browse our selection of popular backgammon books, available from Amazon.com.
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