Yesterday, I was battling a guy with Minimize/Soft-Boiled/Toxic/Seismic Toss Chansey. This Chansey was his last Pokémon, and I still had Gengar and Togekiss. I could switch between them and Roost the damage of toxic/Stoss when needed to pp stall the Chansey and win her when she started using Struggle. Or I could leave Gengar in the arena just letting the max time for each turn to go on (I still had 15 Shadow Balls left and there were 13 minutes left in the clock) and still win because I had more Pokémon left, which I did. (Left the DS in my room and went to the kitchen for a snack). I consider this situation more "fair" than the next one, because if I played I would still win. Not much after that, same Chansey moveset, except Chansey got in battle in turn 2, after Sableye lost half of its health to Giga Drain after burning my Venusaur. I brought Gengar to the battle on turn 3, got a free substitute and started doing the same thing. In this scenario, my pps would run dry sooner than Chansey's if he used at least 1 PP Up and I'd probably lose. But once again I started taking 1 minute to select an attack, and I won after 30 minutes because Nintendo rules assure the win to the player with most percentage of HP left if both players still had the same amount of Pokémon. I don't think what I did was fair, but I had Nintendo rules on my side. What do you think, I should have played normally or it's my opponent responsability to switch and try to get out of this certain losing situation?