Cheating allegations have changed how chess is played, just as the game is shifting into looking a lot more like esports.
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Following in the footsteps of cheating scandals hitting the worlds of chess and poker, Irish dancing faces claims of score fixing.
Chess.com Releases 72-Page ‘Hans Niemann Report’ Claiming He ‘Likely Cheated’ in More Than 100 Games
The comprehensive report lays bare the statistically bizarre rise of a controversial grandmaster.
Popular Call of Duty streamer Nadia Amine is playing from a “clean PC” to squash relentless allegations that she’s cheating with aimbots and wallhacks.
Dlugy, who is one of Hans Niemann's coaches and was recently namedropped by Magnus Carlsen, cheated in his own tournaments in 2017 and 2020, according to emails he exchanged with Chess.com.
Chess's cheating saga continues: “This is unprecedented. Magnus is refusing to play against Hans!"
“Prove the haters wrong once and for all,” the offer letter reads.
'The Silence of My Critics Speaks for Itself:' Hans Niemann Says He Is Being Unfairly Attacked in Chess Scandal
Chess’s biggest cheating scandal has gotten more intense, with Chess.com banning Hans Niemann after his controversial match with Magnus Carlsen.
31-year-old Norwegian chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen wasn’t supposed to lose to Hans Niemann. Until he did.
The game’s anti-cheat system has well-known vulnerabilities that hackers are now abusing to get access to sensitive parts of victims’ operating systems and deploy ransomware.