Rajlich Cheats at Computer Chess Matches
While it may be commonplace to hear now that jocks use performance enhancing drugs, we were
shocked amused to find out that someone tried to cheat by using a code on their computer to win a chess match. Vasik Rajlich enhanced his computer by slipping in some extra source codes. The problem was not that he added them but that the codes from Crafty and Fruit were used without permission. Because of the fraud, the runner-ups from 2007 - 2010 were deemed the winners of said matches by the ICGA.
Via International Computer Games Association
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at July 14, 2011 10:06 AM