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Being accused of cheating


  • 4 years ago · #1

    Antlitz

    Would someone PLEASE tell me how this game would be seen as someone cheating (white being accused)

  • 4 years ago · #2

    Antlitz

    Oh, and a follow-up message/email titled 'cheater' too...

  • 4 years ago · #3

    pattrik

    Dunno. Maybe you beat him?

  • 4 years ago · #4

    TadDude

    Help & Support at the end of the page  http://support.chess.com/

    Scroll down, to the left is Contact Support   http://support.chess.com/Tickets/Submit.  Select Report Abuse.

    You can also advise your opponent that the site policy is to follow the same procedure but to choose "Report Suspected Cheating".

  • 4 years ago · #5

    vowles_23

    When being accused of being a cheater, take it as a compliment! :D

    Probably just a sore loser I expect.

  • 4 years ago · #6

    dalephilly

    I was once accused of cheating for winning a rook ending where I was up two pawns (connected passers they were)!  The fool said my endgame play was, and I quote, "too perfect."  He wouldn't shut up about it (I should have just disabled chat) but at least he didn't send me any messages after the game.  Just block him, and he can't bother you anymore.

  • 4 years ago · #7

    IshVarLan

    In general, what someone else said .. take it as a Compliment .. and just "keep your nose" clean

  • 4 years ago · #8

    RainbowRising

    Wow, how did I ever lose to you! (NOT this game)

  • 4 years ago · #9

    Azukikuru

    People who frequent the forums know that cheaters start to become more common with rating levels above about 2300. Knowing this, they might be more inclined to suspect someone of your rating of being a cheater whenever they lose. Since you know you're not a cheater yourself (and computer analysis of your game will prove it), you have nothing to worry about. Indeed, taking it as a compliment is probably the best you can do - starting a verbal argument with your opponent isn't going to accomplish anything else than get you angry as well.

  • 4 years ago · #10

    kohai

    TadDude wrote:

    Help & Support at the end of the page  http://support.chess.com/

    Scroll down, to the left is Contact Support   http://support.chess.com/Tickets/Submit.  Select Report Abuse.

    You can also advise your opponent that the site policy is to follow the same procedure but to choose "Report Suspected Cheating".



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