lol I don't see how this is cheating. Your opponent blundered away a good position, it happens, and chess.com is trash for this. At some point black is (probably) completely lost so why would a cheater do this.
@Ludo_king Its no longer about cheating, I think it has already been proven that there was no cheating done, but it is about how chess.com fails to accept that they ban without even verifying. I received tons of message from people who told me about their case.
It is also a issue about getting scammed. The said organizer won't return the entry-fees, won't revert the unfair point given to my opponent and obviously chess.com membership is also not refundable;
I am not really worried about the money though, I am more about creating awareness of these kind of happenings in the chess world.
@chessanalyst actually, yes. So thats why they changed my flag from Fair Play Violation because I had the link with me and shared it everywhere.
Bring this up on their forums and they'll no doubt mute you...
The GM lost to a 1288 player who joined in 2013? Really?
If you look at the player's other ratings, he has had a 2000+ rating in blitz since the day after his account was created, and the 1288 rating is for rapid, over only 4 games, only one of which can be found (for some reason). The one game that I was able to find was a loss, and it was a forfeit.
The GM apparently didn't get the memo that he had 90 minutes, because there were exactly 5 moves where he spent more than 30 seconds, and only one where he spent more than a minute (130.5 seconds on move 9). I'm guessing that he severely underestimated his opponent because he saw a 1288 rating that was incredibly inaccurate.
That is chess.com .... We can't do anything for you from lichess
Forget chess...com, they suck
I wonder what consist of abuse? maybe they consider have too low rating relative your skill as abuse?
It is mentioned here as well: www.chesstech.org/2020/the-hunt-is-on/
"Many cheaters have first come under suspicion by spending time on recaptures."
Sarg0n says: When the last club is shut down, the last Open closed, the last King disappeared and the last flag fallen, you will realize that you cannot play chess online earnestly.
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