As I've already said earlier, the chess clock is a bogus way of playing a tournament.
Any player or players playing the same profile can play immediately after the opponent and win by forcing a time out.
I was told that this is not an actual possibility as long as a turn is played daily. This is incorrect.
If my observation is incorrect, then your server is broken and not keeping track of the time elapsed.
True, I am not likely to do so well in this game for there are many better players. Yet this chess clock pressure is for people who have nothing better to do than monitor their computer or use others to play the profile for them while they sleep.
I do not have much experience, but I had to travel and missed 3-4 days in the one round of the tournament, and still had plenty of time. Most games are completed by turn 15 on these maps - even if one side is trying to drag it out - it seems unlikely to get past turn 20. With 14 days, that means even if other person plays the turn instantly and you do not see it right away - you have an average of 16.8 hours for each turn. Running the math, it just does not seem like an issue.
I think the best question would be: How many people have lost due to time out - and why was that? The timeouts that I have seen are when a player goes missing for 7+ days, then is online and not even bothering to do the tournament turns.
Note: I am not sure what you mean by "same profile" so perhaps I am missing something here.