If its a spontaneous random problem, i would think its happening on your side of the computer and internet. if you are using rural intrernet then its a common problem with providers like Xplornet especially after 6PM. Things to try: Power your internet equpment off and back on and also power your computer off. This does help. Also if you are using WiFi make sure you have a good signal and are close enough to your WifI signal.
Last post by saskgal - November 19, 2019, 07:34:56 pm
I was in a tournament this evening and the game disconnected. Of course I know you can't join again once you are able to connect, but did anyone else have this problem? It's happened once before to me a few weeks ago.
The most likely reason for that is the Host is using the older Kaiser Network program where they were allowed to close room connections. When using Kaiser Four to join that room it will indicate they are full because the remaining are closed.
Some of these might just be the conversion of code from the old version of Kaiser to the new Kaiser Four version. Obviously the Bot should have played the 5. The fact that the 3 was there changed its play.
Last post by AllanG - October 14, 2019, 10:31:20 am
Bot playing error persists, imo (already e-mailed to Kevin, with more detail): I just had an experience with a bot not giving the five to its partner.
The play went like this:
1. I played a card, not trump or spade. 2. Bot1 played eight of spades (trump). 3. My partner, Ilm, played 3 of spades. 4. Bot2 had no cards in suit that was led by me. Instead of sluffing the 5 onto his partners trick, Bot2 sloughed something else - to avoid the three.
You should fix the game so the Bot2 capitalizes on the opportunity to give its partner the five.