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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

FIDE Chess Anti-Cheating Commission submits Recommendations Lists

Hello chess blog friends, Following the decision of the Presidential Board in Sochi, the Anti-Cheating Committee is starting its work immediately. The approved document contains the first list of recommendation from the Committee, prepared in co-operation with the Rules, Abiters, Ethics and other FIDE Commissions. It contains several measures to prevent cheating, among them new recommendations and instructions for arbiters, a new system to follow games and find computer cheating and a new set of punishments. The full document can be found here.

You can read the recommendations that include what the arbiter must do in case of suspicious behaviour,  screening, prevention of cheating measures for organisers, etc.

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