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perfect moves of 1900 rated player
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Your own bad play is not indicative of cheating by your opponent.

Don't accuse people publicly, go to their profile and use the report button.

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See this game. I played it OTB yesterday.
I am white, and 1260 ELO. Opponent is 1613.
8 ACPL from me, 7 ACPL from opponent.
Draw. Did we both cheat ?

@Sibro
Seems pretty normal to me.
(Of course I cannot completely rule out cheating, but I don't believe that's what happened.)

Let's suppose two (2100+ online) players play a game and one of them wins in 22 moves with computer-perfect moves (which was not this case). Does that mean cheating? Most likely it just means a good prep.

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