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You most likely will overflow the floor drain and damage your surrounding walls/floors.
This is common and not a huge problem (I will assume that the flange was correctly set using high quality plumbers putty and is not leaking). Over time, you may notice soap residue or mineral deposits on the chrome due to this. If you are concerned about that just wipe it with a towel after bathing.
However, after draining, there is a tiny bit of water around the flange, and I'm wondering if this is something I should be worried about. ... Will the standing water cause any problems. It is not a problem if all other aspects have been implemented correctly. Because: It's a "feature" of the geometry plus surface characteristics of the materials. ...
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