Victory is the main aim of any game. On the way to her many players are willing to break the rules, to use the tips and cheat. On the page of web-club Fenix-64, we will discuss some of the illicit practices that use chess and checkers, to tilt the game in their favor.
Let’s start with the easiest. Hint – the so-called “beacons”. About them we told the representatives of the Soviet school. The point is that a stronger player is playing opposite and various conventional gestures shows the progress that he has to do. As the conditional gestures are pushing the nose, the scratching hands, forehead, ear, etc. of Such gestures is very well rehearsed, and the player will quickly understand what you need to make a move.
“Call a friend”
Another way of cheating in chess or checkers is to learn about the right course, get a hint outside the playing area. The player simply out of the room and discusses his party, roughly speaking, in the toilet. This also includes tips on a mobile phone. A similar method is used even sportsmen of high qualification. For example, the controversial match between Vladimir Kramnik and Veselin Topalov in Elista, where Kramnik 50 times visited the dressing room is the only place where there was video surveillance.
It is possible to assume, what to expect from the usual regional competitions, if such primitive methods work on such a high level!
With the advent of the Internet and IT-technologies in the development of cheating in chess and checkers new era began. Therefore, the following method is the use of various techniques to calculate the moves. More recently to purchase such equipment was problematic, but now it will not be difficult – you can buy it in every city. The latest version of the chess program “Rybka” or “Fritz” in combination with the miracle electronics perfectly delivers the desired result.
With this method is now actively fighting. But if on the high level competitions special equipment is installed in tournaments to catch a cheater is almost impossible.
Author Yulia Semenova
creator Web-club Fenix-64