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If I keep the connection active and don't resign against a live chess clock cheat is it possible to probe his computer to see how he does it?
Need advice quickly, still have the game open.
Trysts is the expert on probing but sadly she is on sabbatical.
No. Unless you're already fairly experienced at hacking someone's computer.
In which case I'd guess you'd be able to come up with a few different tries to do this time cheat thing yourself.
too late, game over.
I did try to get into my opponents head though. Told him he needed to update his version of adobe flash.
user "yetey" is a cheater, dont play with him!
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