Just interested in others opinions on finishing games. If during a player's turn, the obvious outcome is the inevitable and unrestricted win of either player, do you carry out the game to the end, or call it?
For instance, last night I was playing as Light Side and had destroyed one Dark Side objective. The Death Star was on 10 (bad game for me with lots of event cards and few units) and by the end of my deployment phase it was obvious I would not win the force struggle. Also obvious was the ability to take only one additional Dark Side objective in best case scenario.
I decided to be a good sport and concede, but my opponent felt I was being a poor sport and demanded we play the game to the end. So, I did, but voiced concern that the fun of the game is in playing it, and when the final outcome is by far evident, to continue to press was like "spiking the ball". I mean, it wasn't like the Dark Side was going to even engage another conflict…I would have completed my conflict and force phase and then the dial would be moved up two…end of game.
Anyway, just curious in other opinions and please don't construe this with tournament play. I would assume in tournament play, for the purpose of "proof" the game is played until completion.