Chess Champion Breaks Silence Over Anal Bead Cheat Gate

Magnus Carlsen takes part in a chess tournament earlier this year.

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After almost a month Anal ball memes and chess drama, world champion Magnus Carlsen has finally spoken openly about his stunning loss to 19-year-old grandmaster Hans Niemann and his shocking stunts that followed. Long story short, he thinks Niemann is a cheater, on the board and online, and refuses to ever play him again.

“I believe that Niemann cheated more – and more recently – than he publicly admitted,” Carlsen wrote a statement posted on Twitter. “His progression across the board was unusual and throughout our Sinquefield Cup game I got the impression he wasn’t tense or even full [concentrating] to play in critical positions while he outplays me as Black in a way I think only a handful of players can pull off.”

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The drama began earlier this month when Carlsen lost to Niemann in an unusual match in their first-ever Sinquefield Cup encounter. Niemann should have been outclassed but instead Carlsen made some mistakes which the 19-year-old capitalized on with breathtaking precision. Instead of moving on to his next opponent, Carlsen withdrew from the entire tournament after the loss and tweeted a provocative YouTube clip that heavily implied he thought foul play was involved.

The chess world spent the following week in heated debate and speculation as to whether Niemann was in fact a cheater and, if so, how he could have done so. Chess posters on Twitch and Reddit joked that Niemann might have used supercomputers in anal beads to vibrate his best moves. There was no evidence to back this up, but the outlandish meme caught everyone’s imagination in part because it reflected the fact that there was no evidence at all to support Carlsen’s insinuation.

Fast forward to last week and Carlsen and Niemann met in an online match in the Julius Baer Generation Cup. The latter only played two moves before the chess master resigned, leaving the announcers shocked to escalate the whole controversy to an even higher level. Niemann lost in the knockout stages before the two could meet again, while Carlsen won the tournament, but not before heavily implying again that the 19-year-old was a cheater and should never have taken first place.

However, even now, Carlsen has not provided any real evidence to support the claims. While Niemann once admitted to cheating at a young age on, the largest online chess website which has since banned him, Carlsen again claims that Niemann specifically cheated on him at the Sinquefield Cup. He even goes so far as to accuse the tournament organizers of not being vigilant enough.

“I also believe that chess organizers and all those concerned with the sanctity of the game we love should seriously consider increasing security measures and cheating detection methods for over-the-board chess,” he wrote. “When Niemann was invited to the 2022 Sinquefield Cup at the last minute, I seriously considered withdrawing before the event. In the end, I decided to play.”

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As The guard reportsthe chess police tasked with identifying cheating use a mix of tools, including computer programs, that analyze player behavior and look for anomalies. Basically when someone is playing to Well, the software will show it and the experts will keep investigating. Computer scientist Ken Regan, who developed the program used by the International Chess Federation (FIDE), checked Carlsen’s now infamous loss to Niemann and found nothing.

So said Danny Rensch, chess master and manager at Guardian Its platform features better anti-cheating models that are fine-tuned to each grandmaster’s player profile. “Anomalies happen every now and then,” he said. “But when you have a lot of smoke, a lot of evidence, and a lot of reasons to believe in the DNA of who someone is, and you walk into the room and they’re just like, ‘I just lifted this fridge with one arm,'” you say : “Damn coplshit, motherfucker.’” Is there a lot of smoke in the Niemann case? Rensch doesn’t say it. At least not yet.

Niemann has continued to deny the allegations, although he has not yet responded to Carlsen’s latest salvo. But the 19-year-old broke at least one promise. As the drama began, he promised to play his next match naked to prove he wasn’t hiding anything. To everyone’s relief, he didn’t carry out the threat. Chess Champion Breaks Silence Over Anal Bead Cheat Gate

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