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# Cant Find why I'm not getting through this challenge

I need to increment the current_score with respect to the input of player. Not understanding what i did wrong

game.py
```class Game:

def score(self,player):

if player in [1,2]:
if player == 1:
self.current_score[0] += 1
else:
self.current_score[1] += 1
else:
self.score()

def __init__(self):
self.score(self.player)
self.current_score = [0, 0]
```

```class Game:
def __init__(self):
self.current_score = [0, 0]

def score(self, player):
if player == 1:
self.current_score[0] += 1
elif player == 2:
self.current_score[1] += 1
else:
pass
```

Here's my code to the challenge, it works as it's simple Keep code simple! You can simply test to see if the argument is 1 or 2, yours is probably fine except for the last else statement, you don't need it to be recursive and the player argument isn't passed into it then!

Hey Josh, Your code worked, But dont we need to call the function in order for it to work?

MOD

Hi Abhishek, your original code is very close to correct. Remove that last `else`:

```class Game:

def score(self,player):

if player in [1,2]:
if player == 1:
self.current_score[0] += 1
else:
self.current_score[1] += 1
# This else is unnecessary. If 'player' not 1 or 2 do nothing.
#else:
#  self.score()

def __init__(self):
self.score(self.player)
self.current_score = [0, 0]
```

No you don't, this is because the challenge is simply to create the function, the code challenge is just to test you understand the principles of the last video's lesson. In later challenges you may need to call the methods, but don't do so unless it explicitly asks you to do so!