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Default Online cheater allowed to play in FIDE tournaments

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Online cheater allowed to play in FIDE tournaments? (self.chess) submitted 46 minutes ago by GoldNovaPawn1800 FIDE

The FIDE online Arena held their World Blitz Junior Championship last year in October, a young prodigy that is 9 years old with now a 2250 rating played in it, Ilya Makoveev finished 1st with 9/11, but was then later disqualified for cheating, should cheaters caught cheating online in OFFICIAL Fide (online) rated events be treated like normal standard OTB cheaters? in Ilya Makoveev's recent tournament he went +110 and is now 2250 at 9 years old, I'm not trying to witchhunt him or take that away from him, but wouldn't his opponents be suspicious of him?

Again, that was just one example, should players who cheat in Official FIDE Rated online events be treated like normal cheaters?
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Default Online cheater allowed to play in FIDE tournaments

On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 3:15:44 AM UTC+3, Offramp wrote:
I read this post on the internet:

Online cheater allowed to play in FIDE tournaments? (self.chess) submitted 46 minutes ago by GoldNovaPawn1800 FIDE

The FIDE online Arena held their World Blitz Junior Championship last year in October, a young prodigy that is 9 years old with now a 2250 rating played in it, Ilya Makoveev finished 1st with 9/11, but was then later disqualified for cheating, should cheaters caught cheating online in OFFICIAL Fide (online) rated events be treated like normal standard OTB cheaters? in Ilya Makoveev's recent tournament he went +110 and is now 2250 at 9 years old, I'm not trying to witchhunt him or take that away from him, but wouldn't his opponents be suspicious of him?

Again, that was just one example, should players who cheat in Official FIDE Rated online events be treated like normal cheaters?


I suppose the question is if an online cheater is caught, should they be banned for life in offline chess events too? My answer is yes, and further they should be liable to being sued for fraud, and if they are minors, their parents assets should be reachable in any judgement against junior.

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