3) Basically, after every game, no matter the outcome. Sometimes when I have lethal on board and the opponent pass the turn to me or sometimes, when I have lethal in hand and the opponent pass the turn to me - but in both occasions - no sarcasm behind it.
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“If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.” ― George Bernard Shaw
EU Legend: S52 (ZooHeal Lock); S76 (Highlander Hunter);
I always say "Well played", but I especially mean it:
1. When I know they have lethal in hand (not on the board) and that I can't prevent it, and I say "Well played" before I end my turn and let them kill me.
2. When I know that I have lethal in hand (not on the board) and that they have just ended their turn without being able to prevent it.
3. When it's both, and I end my turn knowing that if they don't kill me in their next turn, I will kill then in my next. "Well played" means "This game is over, one way or another, and it was close. Can you win, if not I will?"