Chess prodigy, Hans Niemann speaks out After being exonerated of using vibrating anal beads to cheat against world champion Magnus Carlsen.

Chess prodigy, Hans Niemann speaks out After being exonerated of using vibrating anal beads to cheat against world champion Magnus Carlsen.

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After being exonerated of using vibrating anal beads to cheat against world champion Magnus Carlsen, chess prodigy Hans Niemann speaks out.US prodigy sued his Norwegian competitor for $100 million but dropped the lawsuit, saying he feels “invigorated” now.He was caught cheating online, yet Chess Body still accepts him back.The stage is now set for an epic rematch with the top-ranked opponent.by Perkin Amalaraj and Dominic Yeatman 29 August 2023 17:21 Eastern Daylight Time

After being authorized to play, the young chess prodigy who was accused of using “anal beads” to defeat the world champion claims he is “invigorated” and prepared for a rematch.

After the world champion said he used cheating to win a match against Hans Niemann in 2020, Niemann filed a $100 million lawsuit against Carlsen for damaging his career.

Rumors that the 20-year-old’s chess tutor had given him advice via buzzing a sex toy concealed in his body shook the sport.

After the lawsuit was thrown out in the summer, Niemann has finally settled with chess.com, the sport’s online platform, creating the conditions for a hotly awaited rematch.Has the chess world forgotten about me? Niemann confirmed his return by writing on Twitter.”No matter how hard you try to blacklist me, no matter what you do to try to ruin my career or damage my reputation, these trying times have only strengthened my resolve and character and have only energized me even more to reach the pinnacle of chess,” the player said. I believe it is now appropriate to let my chess speak for itself.When the self-taught grandmaster from San Francisco was assigned to play Carlsen in the Sinquefield Cup last September in St. Louis, Missouri, he was rapidly rising in the global rankings.

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But nobody anticipated Niemann’s powerful defense to demolish his opponent and win the game with Carlsen playing white and receiving the initial move.He told reporters, “It must be embarrassing for the world champion to lose to me.I’m sorry for him!He claimed he watched a video of Carlsen adopting a similar game plan in a game four years earlier that morning and credited a “ridiculous miracle” for his success.In response to criticism that the justification was unconvincing, Carlsen withdrew from the competition. In a cryptic tweet, José Mourinho, the manager of Portugal’s national football team, said: “If I speak, I’m in big trouble, and I don’t want to be in big trouble.”

‘As allegations of Niemann’s cheating spread, the organizers promptly tightened security protocols, delaying the broadcast of the movements by 15 minutes and increasing radio-frequency identification checks.Chess bloggers made the lighthearted claim that some players had been using “anal beads” for years. Elon Musk then fueled the idea with a misquote from German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer.The Tesla CEO tweeted, “Talent hits a target no one else can hit, genius hits a target no one can see (because it’s in your butt).”

A week later, Carlsen contributed to the issue by quitting an online match versus Niemann after only one move.After winning, Niemann angrily remarked, “Do any fair play checking you want; I don’t care because I know that I’m clean.”He said, “They want me to strip fully naked? I’d be happy to play a game of chess while I’m naked.” I’ll carry it out.I don’t care because I am clean and am ready to play along with whatever role you want me to.Niemann had an embarrassing 90-second body-scan in front of laughing fans as the stories spread before competing in a tournament a few weeks later.

Niemann was banned by Chess.com, and a report claiming that he had probably cheated more than 100 times in online games was later released. The prodigy admitted to cheating between the ages of 12 and 16 while playing over-the-top games, but he maintained his innocence.

.And he filed a defamation lawsuit against Carlsen, the website, and a Japanese grandmaster, alleging that Carlsen had bribed another grandmaster €300 to shout “Cheater Hans” from a balcony when a tournament was taking on. A Missouri judge dismissed that complaint in June, but Chess.com reported on Monday that it had readmitted Niemann after he vowed not to take the company to court again.The website issued a statement saying, “We have reached an agreement with Hans Niemann to put our differences behind us and move forward together without further litigation.”

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We would also like to reiterate that we stand by the conclusions we made on Hans in our public report from October 2022, including the fact that we could discover no solid proof that he had cheated in any in-person games.In response to the settlement, the 32-year-old world champion said: “I acknowledge and understand Chess.com’s report, including its statement that there is no concrete proof that Niemann committed fraud in his game against me at the Sinquefield Cup. “I am willing to play Niemann in future competitions, should we be paired together. Niemann predicted that he will triumph again in the rematch.He remarked in his video, “I look forward to competing against Magnus at chess rather than in court.”There will come a time when I’m the finest chess player in the world, and I want to reiterate my belief that the chess.com claim was false and slanderous.

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