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Computer cheating in chess is an important issue for all of us. The Association of Chess Professionals has put up a petition on their website where we all must sign online. It takes half a minute. The petition "Petition against cheating" reads: We, the undersigned chess professionals and regular competitors in FIDE rated events, share the view that computer-assisted cheating is a major problem in chess and ask the ACP to address FIDE in order to take all necessary steps for fighting this plague.
Sign the Important Petition Now
All you have to do is put your name, country, Fide rating, etc. The petition would help in addressing a serious issue that is harming our chess world. Click on the logo to sign the petition now. Anyone who loves chess may support the campaign.
You can read all Chess Blog posts on cheating in chess here. Some time back, Fide Trainer Committee accepted GM Konstantin Landa's Complete Idea for checking cheating in chess. Read about it at this Chess Blog post.
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