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http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/15006343.htm

Read the above article and it talks in detail about the wigs, earpieces,
sim-cards, and how people are using them to cheat (in this case, College
Entrance Exams).



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Sorry Sally wrote:
http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/15006343.htm

Read the above article and it talks in detail about the wigs, earpieces,
sim-cards, and how people are using them to cheat (in this case, College
Entrance Exams).


The electronics aren't there yet, I think, for my idea:

A mouthpiece with eight buttons that can also gently vibrate.
Considering that a square can be designated with two digits between 1
and 8 (a1=11 e.g., h8=88), the cheater tongue-presses in sequence 4
buttons to transmit his opponent's from-goto move and waits for the
vibrations when his move comes in. The cheater depresses with his
toungue one-by-one the vibrating buttons (they vibrate sequentially)
and the cheater has his grandmaster move.

All rights reserved etcetera.

This could also be done with just one button.

But what's the point as any yutz with a frequency counter could pretty
much pin point the cheater as a radio source....

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