My original post was deleted, not sure why, but I feel this is an important issue, so will try again with a different approach.
I was in a lobby today when a player was dq'd for intentional delay of game, player questioned this in lobby and was told she had good ping, and a shout out was given without response from player. A timer had been placed on said player, per td, and since no response was made td choose to dq, rather then allow timer to expire. I questioned this at table when said td came to table, as I found it unfair, and wanted claification. I too was told same as above good ping no respose with a shout out.
Sometimes household activities takes us away from pc, not by choose, but by circunstances we have no control over. I understand slow play, playing on another table, chatting in lobby, to be reasonable acts for dq'ing as intentional delay.
Am I the only one who feels this was unfair, or was I unreasonable in my questioning td?