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I am just playing with a random player but at the second turn I got the notification that his/her drawing is ready, but when I play the video nothing occurs, the drawing is always blank.

What does it mean and what options do I have now?

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Maybe he did so on purpose? What letters do you have? It could be 'WHITE', 'BLANK', 'EMPTY', 'NOTHING' ... –  badp Apr 6 '12 at 10:05
    
@badp I thought the same, but the word is 8 characters long. Letters are: H M C I D O V H E R R T –  Drake Apr 6 '12 at 10:17
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wordsmith.org/anagram/… says it's either DIRECTOR or CREDITOR :P –  badp Apr 6 '12 at 10:38
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@Drake there really isn't a winning or losing condition in Draw Something so giving up would be logical. If they didn't draw anything and sent it back they are boring anyway. Its just a random person anyway. –  Emerica. Apr 6 '12 at 12:18
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Really I think your problem is with your mindset. You're not fighting a random player, you're playing with them. This is co-op, not deathmatch :) –  Tacroy Apr 6 '12 at 23:48
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Draw Something has its fair share of bugs so there is a slight chance the empty drawing is a bug, in which case using an anagram finder is the best bet to be able to continue your streak. However given that it's a random person it seems most likely that they're just a troll, in which case you're better off just deleting that game and finding a new drawing partner who will play the game properly. Also, you can use bombs so you have an easier time "figuring it out" and if this person is your friend text them and ask what it was supposed to be.

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I'd recommend omghalp.com, which appears to be made specifically for solving Draw Something anagrams –  Private Pansy Apr 7 '12 at 10:20
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