why do I get black pieces twice or thrice in a row against same opponent ? can anyone explain?
Put this in lichess feedback
it could possibly have been a hacking or software these other people in the forum a long time ago were discussing how the clock can be messed with using the computer element box...but don t get me a lying.....a lot of this junk i wish i knew i did hear...although maybe a guess...there are chess cheater extensions...meaning not a program but a browser extension i wish i knew about a lot of this stuff i would tell everyone
Probably a glitch or coded like that.
it is just probability that should happen frequently
@Checkers_captian said in #5:
> it is just probability that should happen frequently
I agree. It may happen often.
Theoretically, with a random color every game, you could have to play black for the rest of your chess playing life.
Just be happy that did not happen.
There are equally many players that get the white pieces multiple times in row against the same opponent.
@LinearStork said in #8:
> Theoretically, with a random color every game, you could have to play black for the rest of your chess playing life.
> Just be happy that did not happen.
Lichess could keep track of how often you get black and give you better chances of getting white to counteract random color streaks. It would be like a second elo, but one that tracks how many times you get what color.