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How's that for a headline, eh? Last week, No. 1 ranked chess player Magnus Carlsen suffered a shocking loss to Hans Niemann at the Sinquefield Cup, ending his 53-game winning streak. Following the upset loss, Carlsen announced that he was withdrawing from the tournament and tweeted out this tweet video of soccer manager Jose Mourinho...
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There are allegations stating that Niemann used "wireless vibrating anal beads" to signal winning moves...
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According to the Guardian, Niemann has been banned from Chess.com and has been uninvited from the Global Championship.



(The Spun)
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Hangit22 months
Is there a shred of evidence this kid did this, beyond 12-year-old kids trolling aboot it on Twitter and Reddit?
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Lynxrufus201222 months
What an a-hole.
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ncinthenext322 months
Just make the wrong move then no Bzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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bigDgator22 months
Why do they always look like nutty professors on a 3 day bender?
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eelsuee22 months
I can understand how this would work in blackjack with call or no-call but in chess there are so many pieces and so many spots to move them.
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drexyl22 months
I'm thinking morse code with a starting and ending position. A4 C3 would be enough to do it.
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offshoretrash22 months
Probably has a computer program that will show both players moves and calculates the next best move.
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cajunmud22 months
Testing...testing...1,2,3...is this thing on? Can you hear me now? Hahaha, aah made my morning.
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KAGTASTIC22 months
Do we even want to know how this was done?
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drexyl22 months
“Player” not “Payer” Larry. You’re killing your father.
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