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bellido22

How can the mod tell that this is an interesting move?

 

https://im.ge/i/FWDjA9 

justbefair
bellido22 wrote:

How can the mod tell that this is an interesting move?

 

https://im.ge/i/FWDjA9 

It was a bad move. It loses your queen. To the rook.

There really was nothing "interesting" about it.

But you were already losing.

The computer reviewer should be programmed to say things a little more directly.

bellido22

my opponent loses the queen, I put it because it amused me when reviewing the game that he did not give it as a serious error but as an excellent one.

justbefair
bellido22 wrote:

my opponent loses the queen, I put it because it amused me when reviewing the game that he did not give it as a serious error but as an excellent one.

There is an explanation.

https://support.chess.com/article/2965-how-are-moves-classified-what-is-a-blunder-or-brilliant-and-etc

Under the system chess.com is using to classify moves, it looks at your chances of winning or losing before and after the move. You were already losing desisively. Losing your queen only worsened your already bad chances by a little bit...so it gets called "Excellent."

 

bellido22
justbefair escribió:
bellido22 wrote:

my opponent loses the queen, I put it because it amused me when reviewing the game that he did not give it as a serious error but as an excellent one.

There is an explanation.

https://support.chess.com/article/2965-how-are-moves-classified-what-is-a-blunder-or-brilliant-and-etc

Under the system chess.com is using to classify moves, it looks at your chances of winning or losing before and after the move. You were already losing desisively. Losing your queen only worsened your already bad chances by a little bit...so it gets called "Excellent."

 

It's just that you don't know how to read, that's not my move, it's my rival's.

blueemu
bellido22 wrote:

It's just that you don't know how to read, that's not my move, it's my rival's.

In English, "You" can mean "Them"... depending on context.

The English language must have been designed by a committee.