Is there such a thing as an adjudicated win at RHP? I have a game where it is King and queen vs king. My opponent is intentionally playing as slowly as possible. First he ran the clock to zero, then was "on vacation" for 30 days, and now waits until just before the time bank runs out to make a move. I realize all of this technically legal but is also clearly poor sportsmans ...[text shortened]... is that I have been assigned 2 clan games against him and he has started the same thing from move 1.
"Poor sportsmanship" is not a win OTB, either. Reveal Hidden Content
In any sport, really. Ice hockey would be dead with that rule.
"Bringing the sport into disrepute" *is* - but you'd have to show a lot more to the adjudicator than "he didn't move as quickly as I liked".
In the end, you agreed to the time limits. If your opponent is sticking to them - no matter how pettily - you're going to have to suck it up. Of course, if he doesn't stick to the time... skull, immediately!
But in the end, adjudicated wins on RHP don't play to "nice" any more than they do in real life - and no more, IMAO, should they.