Vote Chess Help

bumblebee84

Hello all,

I run many groups on this wonderful site and I love administrating the groups as well as leading vote chess. In one of my groups, I accepted a vote chess challenge for two days a move. I did not get online for two days and when I came back, only one person had voted and it was for a fatal move so we ended up losing the game. In case this happens again in the future, I would like to recommend a feature where admins can see who voted for what move so the admins can help the person who voted for the fatal move:

1. Get Better

2. Become part of the team.

Here is a link to the game if you are interested:

http://www.chess.com/votechess/game.html?id=23445

Thanks for reading,

bumblebee84

Proximo

ADMIN

on my phone, I accidentally quit a match:

http://www.chess.com/votechess/game?id=42920

any chance I could possibly be re-instated plesw

Regards

DW

kohai

Sadly no :(  once you quit a vote chess game we can't re-instate you to it sorry :(

Sortov

I agree, Bumblebee. Sometimes I suspect that these moves are not a mistake though!

Proximo

Ok kohai thankyou for getting back to me

Proximo

Hi, can someone help me please , I wanna start a VC match with a specific thematic opening that I cannot find on the list - is that possible, are we limited to what is there or can one be added? thx

kleelof
bumblebee84 wrote:

Hello all,

I run many groups on this wonderful site and I love administrating the groups as well as leading vote chess. In one of my groups, I accepted a vote chess challenge for two days a move. I did not get online for two days and when I came back, only one person had voted and it was for a fatal move so we ended up losing the game. In case this happens again in the future, I would like to recommend a feature where admins can see who voted for what move so the admins can help the person who voted for the fatal move:

1. Get Better

2. Become part of the team.

Here is a link to the game if you are interested:

http://www.chess.com/votechess/game.html?id=23445

Thanks for reading,

bumblebee84

That's a horrible idea. People would be open to attack from fellow group members because they didn't agree with the vote.

Why don't you just ask who made the vote or start a discussion about better moves. Either way, they can still learn to do it better.

Proximo

omg delayed reaction :-) bumblebee posted that 3 years ago:-))

kleelof

Laughing