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Tactics Trainer ERROR!


  • 22 months ago · Quote · #1

    MaestroChocho

    Hello all,

    Tactics Trainer is malfunctioning, I lost a lot of points, despite solve mates, or take the queen, etc.
    Also, as a free member, should only solve three problems, but today there are no limits.


    Can chess.com clear the record and get my points back?

    Thank you!

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #2

    Quoodle

    Maybe you can give the problem number and what move you made.

    Taking the queeen is not always the best move - and the best mate is the fastest mate.   Sure, problems occur - but many problems in a row is doubtful.   Tactics trainer will show you your past puzzles.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #3

    MaestroChocho

    Cogwheel wrote:

    Your can reset your rating as well.

    Already did.

    But the important thing here is the strange behavior:

    - I played 5 games when is permitted only three (free members).

    - Always lost in the first movement, and did not show up the button to continue the training.
    You may wonder how I played several? Simple, reloading the page [F5].


    Thank you all for your replies.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #4

    bobbyDK

    MaestroChocho stem

    Hello all,

    Tactics Trainer is malfunctioning, I lost a lot of points, despite solve mates, or take the queen, etc.
    Also, as a free member, should only solve three problems, but today there are no limits.


    Can chess.com clear the record and get my points back?

    Thank you!

    I guess what happened you spend too much time thus getting -1. you get a minus score even though you solve it if you use to much time.

    why should you get points back - just earn them back it should be easy since the problems are easy.

    Q:Also, as a free member, should only solve three problems, but today there are no limits

    a:hmm why complain over that???

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #5

    MaestroChocho

    "a:hmm why complain over that???"

    Because it is a bug and is part of the malfunction.

    P.S.: I'm a computer programmer and designer of electronic circuits.


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