Chess Prodigy accused of using Vibrating Anal Beads to Beat world’s top player Magnus Carlsen!
Strange Rumors are circulating that a 19-year-old chess grandmaster used vibrating anal beads and artificial intelligence to defeat the world’s current top chess player Magnus Carlsen.
Chess prodigy Hans Niemann, 19, fiercely rejects the accusation that he cheated in his win over Carlsen on September 4 at a tournament at the Saint Louis Chess Club. Before his loss to Neimann, Carlsen, 31, boasted an impressive 53-game winning streak, according to the New York Times.
Carlsen’s loss occurred during the Sinquefield Cup, the final leg of America’s longest-running chess tournament that features a $350,000 total prize pool. Following his loss to Niemann, Carlsen shockingly withdrew from the tournament.
It’s a bizarrely vulgar accusation that it has escaped the usual chess enthusiast circle to become a widespread internet rumor and meme.
“Talent hits a target no one else can hit, genius hits a target no one can see (cause it’s in ur butt),”Musk said in his tweet, modifying a quote by philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer.
Niemann vehemently denies that he cheated, claiming he has “never cheated in an over-the-board game,” according to the Daily Mail.
“If they want me to strip fully naked, I will do it. I don’t care. Because I know I am clean. You want me to play in a closed box with zero electronic transmission, I don’t care. I’m here to win and that is my goal regardless.”Hans Neimann
I guess Hans Niemann is offering to play like Eve Babitz did in 1963, shown in the image below.
As the New York Times reported, though many accused Niemann of cheating, no one provided “concrete evidence.”
Although, Niemann admits he was banned from online chess websites for cheating when he was 12 years old.
He was young, and a friend was running a chess engine, a piece of software that determines the best move, and calling out those moves while Mr. Niemann played in a tournament online. But such a violation of trust in a community that prizes integrity and greatly discourages cheating makes a player’s reputation difficult to repair.From the New York Times
Hans Niemann was the lowest rated among the 10 chess players who were participating in the Sinquefield Cup tournament that day.
The New York Times said that “there is no question” that Niemann’s win over Carlsen is a “statistical anomaly.”
Using anal beads and artificial intelligence to cheat at chess!
The allegation as far as I can tell, is that Hans Niemann had a friend running a chess simulation through artificial intelligence as he did during the online games. The friend would then vibrate the anal beads a certain number of times to indicate which move to make next.
On Saturday, Sept. 10, six days after Mr. Niemann beat Mr. Carlsen, Chris Bird, the chief arbiter of the Sinquefield Cup, released a statement that there was no indication that any competitor was playing unfairly.
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