How the chess world is trying to prevent more cheating

Joy Malbon reports on the chess world reacting to a report that U.S. grandmaster Hans Niemann cheated in more than 100 online games.

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  1. If Hans had come clean about his cheating in the past, the chess world would likely give him another chance. He said he cheated several times when he was 12 and 16 years old. But the fact is he cheated far more times than he admits.

    Having said that, Magnus needs to show evidence of Hans’ current cheating.

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