Creative ways to cheat!

TitanChess666

I'm gonna start this thread off with 2 real life examples!

1. Getting caught using an engine on camera and then accusing the opponent of doing pipi in his pampers!

2. Getting caught using an engine in the toilet, losing GM title and being banned from FIDE, then joining a tournament after changing your name, only to be recognized by one of the players, who can't do anything about it because it's FIDE rated!

pAwNoNFIrEs

what

pAwNoNFIrEs

in the world

pAwNoNFIrEs

is the 1st one

TitanChess666

did you see the news? how the eagles got DQ'd?

PawnStormerE11

stop!

TitanChess666
PawnStormerE11 wrote:

stop!

What do you mean by this? Very cryptic! wink.png

BISHOP_e3

sbshrey

#copied from wikipedia

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  • In the 2010 FIDE Olympiad Tournament at Khanty-Mansiysk, three French players were caught in a scheme to use a computer program to decide moves. Their plan involved one player, Cyril Marzolo, following the tournament at home and using the computer program to decide the best moves. He would send the moves by SMS to the team coach, Arnaud Hauchard, who would then stand or sit at various tables as a signal to the player, Sébastien Feller, to make a certain move. Sébastien Feller was given a two-year and nine months suspension, Cyril Marzolo was given a one-year and six-month suspension, and Arnaud Hauchard was given a three-year suspension by the FIDE Ethics Commission.[30] Unlike other cases, each player involved was a legitimate Grandmaster or International Master. None of the other players on the team knew of this or were involved.[31][32]
  • The scandals of Borislav Ivanov were a cause celebre in the chess world in 2012 and 2013, with first cheating being alleged at the Zadar Open, and then Kyustendil. He was banned for four months by the Bulgarian Chess Federation, though this ban was overturned due to procedural defects, and was not based upon the cheating allegations, but rather Ivanov's rude behavior toward his accusers.[33][34] After various interludes, he was banned permanently by the Bulgarian Chess Federation.[35] The incidents were significant as they were one of the first times that statistical methods were used to analyze move-matching with computer programs, even though in the end such evidence was never used in a formal legal procedure.[36]
  • At the 2014 Iasi Open, Wesley Vermeulen was caught cheating by consulting a mobile phone in the toilet, admitted his offense, and was eventually banned for one year by both the Dutch chess federation and FIDE.[37][38][39]
  • In April 2015, Georgian grandmaster Gaioz Nigalidze was banned from the Dubai Open Chess Tournament after officials discovered him consulting a smartphone with chess software in the washroom during a game.[40][41] He was later stripped of his grandmaster title and banned from competition for three years, though he was allowed to keep his International Master title.[42]
  • In February 2016, Sergey Aslanov was expelled from the Moscow Open, for a smartphone in the toilet, hidden under a loose tile behind a drainpipe. He declared himself to be guilty of error but not a crime, and was only suspended for one year.[43][44][45]
  • In July 2019, Igors Rausis was caught cheating in the Strasbourg Open, using a mobile phone in the bathroom.[46][47] He admitted to having cheated, and announced his retirement from chess.[48]
TitanChess666
BISHOP_e3 wrote:

 

come to think of it who the heck took this photo? the person who did might be a creepo too!

rupeshbhandari
TitanChess666 wrote:
BISHOP_e3 wrote:

 

come to think of it who the heck took this photo? the person who did might be a creepo too!

Lol yeah how could they have known from the outside and dared to climb!

defenderpug
What are the odds that this is just a picture of someone playing chess in his bathroom
rupeshbhandari

May be 

@

 
PawnStormerE11

stop discussing this

hvenki
PawnStormerE11 wrote:

stop discussing this

no u

PawnStormerE11

this is violating chess.com's rules

PawnStormerE11

cheating is not allowed

Capabotvikhine

This thread is sure to be on lockdown very soon. Tick tick tick .........

hvenki
PawnStormerE11 wrote:

this is violating chess.com's rules

No U, it is now

hvenki
PawnStormerE11 wrote:

cheating is not allowed

you obviously know nothing about sports