Cheaters in Chess

  • #1

    I don't know if you guys have read this but I found this article extremely interesting. http://chesscheaters.blogspot.com/

  • #2

    What's your point?

  • #3

    My point is that it's interesting.

  • #4

    That's cause it was changed. Keep in mind the article was written in 2005 ish.

  • #5

    Btw Daniel, Clark smiley cheats?

  • #6

    What did he do to to "arrange" for his children to win?

  • #7
    hessmaster wrote:
    MaxCorn wrote:

    Btw Daniel, Clark smiley cheats?

    Dude...you didn't know? It was breaking news in VA 

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/8362701/the-evolution-cheating-chess

    Search up Clark Smiley Chess Cheat on google and so many stuffs shows up

    WOW

  • #8

    Against Moore, Smiley continued his dominance. For an opening, he played what pawnheads would describe as the Kevitz variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined, a sophisticated attack for which Moore had no good answer. Smiley had Moore in check after 16 moves and never let up.

    Lol.  Written a non-chessplayer, obviously.  

    "OMG, he checked his opponent as early as move 16!!1!!1!"

  • #9

    I can check someone as early as move 2!!

    1. e4 d6 2. Bb5+!!

    I have him in check! He's screwed!!

  • #10
    doduobird123 wrote:
    btickler wrote:

    Against Moore, Smiley continued his dominance. For an opening, he played what pawnheads would describe as the Kevitz variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined, a sophisticated attack for which Moore had no good answer. Smiley had Moore in check after 16 moves and never let up.

    Lol.  Written a non-chessplayer, obviously.  

    "OMG, he checked his opponent as early as move 16!!1!!1!"

    There is always a defense to an attack.

    ...and...?

    That was a complete non-sequitur.

  • #11

    What

  • #12

    btickler wrote:

    Against Moore, Smiley continued his dominance. For an opening, he played what pawnheads would describe as the Kevitz variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined, a sophisticated attack for which Moore had no good answer. Smiley had Moore in check after 16 moves and never let up.

    Lol.  Written a non-chessplayer, obviously.  

    "OMG, he checked his opponent as early as move 16!!1!!1!"

    You slipped the shift key, I see: !!1!!1!

  • #13

    lawl i was wondering how clark smiley got so high rated

  • #14

    Actually, it's not fake, the rating just changed when this was exposed

  • #15

    Meh probably could but I'm way too lazy. Anyway Sam, you were way too young when this happened so I don't suppose that you should and would care that much.

  • #16

    http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/2009/01/9-year-old-breaks-record-by-beating-gm.html?m=1 scroll down to the comments and you will find it trust me.

  • #17

    WHAT?
    what are you saying JERRY???

  • #18

    the 'mehler incident' was done to expose serious flaws in the uscf rating system at that time
     

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