The Bulgarian player Borislav Ivanov was strongly suspected of cheating
at a recent tournament in Croatia.
After pulling off some fantastic wins v 2600 GMs (Ivanov is 2200) he was
reportebly strip searched and they found nothing.
A fellow Bulgarian, FM Lilov 2433 has looked at the games from this tournament
and some tournament games prior to this event played by Ivanov and presents his
findings in this hour long vid.
The evidence is pretty damning. Lilov supplies 90% computer match up's and
gives hints on where computers are at the weakest.
He also shows positions where unhuman like moves a few of which are sore thumbs.
The case against Ivanov is his very poor play and human moves prior to
his massive improvemnt which took place over a matter of a few days.
Also there was one day when live transmission was stopped.
Ivanov then proceeded to produce an awful game and lost.
Normal service was resummed the following day and Ivanov picked up where
he left off hammering GM's.
The link goes to a German article but the vid at the bottom is in English.
The vid ends with a site where you can buy the virtually undetectable kit used to
cheat for as little as 50 Euro Bucks.
This game is one of the masterpieces played by Invanov and is analysed in great
detail by Lilov. 24.Nf5 is a wow!
Can any of the lads on here do their own match up.
Ivanov - GM Bojan Kurajica, Zadar Open 2012