Chess Champ Files $AU159 Million Lawsuit Against Magnus Carlsen And Chess.com Over Cheating Allegations
The ongoing chess cheating scandal now has some dollar signs attached to it. On Wednesday, burgeoning chess master Hans Neimann filed a $US100 ($AU159) Million complaint against five-time World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen over multiple hints and outright allegations of cheating.
On Tuesday evening, The Wall Street Journal published a high-level overview of a report produced by Chess.com, all about Hans Niemann, the player suspected of cheating at the Sinquefield Cup against reigning five-time World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen. (Possibly, the internet has repeatedly joked, with the help of anal beads.) Not only did the chess…
After nearly a month of anal bead memes and chess drama, world champion Magnus Carlsen has finally opened up about his stunning defeat to 19-year-old grandmaster Hans Niemann and his shocking stunts that followed in the aftermath. Long story short: He thinks Niemann is a cheater, over the board and online, and he refuses to…