Chess.com glitch or my mistake

Atharva908

https://www.chess.com/puzzles/problem/583608

thardn14

1% pass rate so rarely tried...

notmtwain

Worked for me.

thardn14

same

Atharva908
thardn14 wrote:

1% pass rate so rarely tried...

It is tried 22000 times out of which only 1% people passed

tbone48

I have lost several games when my opponent has a losing position ,the games says it is no longer offered online but my opponents last move is Somehow recorded and I have lost rating points I am not disconnected from chess.com Nor was my WiFi or server down. How can I get my points back or dispute the results

Atharva908
tbone48 wrote:

I have lost several games when my opponent has a losing position ,the games says it is no longer offered online but my opponents last move is Somehow recorded and I have lost rating points I am not disconnected from chess.com Nor was my WiFi or server down. How can I get my points back or dispute the results

Keep an eye on your time if your time glitches means either there is a network issue or the device you use does not support chess.com because chess.com requires a good device to work smoothly

Hope this helps

Deranged

I solved it. I do think it's closer to a 1500-2000 rated problem though. It's easy to mess up if you're not careful.

Atharva908
Deranged wrote:

I solved it. I do think it's closer to a 1500-2000 rated problem though. It's easy to mess up if you're not careful.

But how does the pawn takes the pawn in the last move

 

eric0022
Atharva908 wrote:
Deranged wrote:

I solved it. I do think it's closer to a 1500-2000 rated problem though. It's easy to mess up if you're not careful.

But how does the pawn takes the pawn in the last move

 

 

I can't view the puzzle sequence of moves (for the time being).

 

But this sounds like en passant - the usual move that many beginners fail to learn when they learn about the moves of each piece.

Deranged
Atharva908 wrote:
Deranged wrote:

I solved it. I do think it's closer to a 1500-2000 rated problem though. It's easy to mess up if you're not careful.

But how does the pawn takes the pawn in the last move

 

Oh...

It's called "en passant". A lot of beginners don't know about this rule.

When a pawn moves 2 squares forward, you can immediately capture it on the next move as if it had only moved 1 square forward.

Deranged
eric0022 wrote:
Atharva908 wrote:
Deranged wrote:

I solved it. I do think it's closer to a 1500-2000 rated problem though. It's easy to mess up if you're not careful.

But how does the pawn takes the pawn in the last move

 

 

I can't view the puzzle sequence of moves (for the time being).

 

But this sounds like en passant - the usual move that many beginners fail to learn when they learn about the moves of each piece.

Yeah he missed en passant.

To play the puzzle, you have to click this button on the bottom left corner:

Atharva908

Oh that is a rule i didn t know that i thought that i was blocked and had to move the king thank you all for telling me.