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  1. 08 Dec '05 14:31
    I know that people should be able to find out the protocol for reporting potential cheating to the mods.

    Given the large number of threads on the subject in the general and chess forums over the last few weeks, it seems this is not the case.

    This is an important issue. Isn't there a case for having a special and very obvious "What to do if you suspect cheating" page pop up during the registration process? This could make it crystal clear:

    *You can't use engines or other third-person help during play
    *You can use databases and books
    *You must not make cheating accusations in the forums
    *You should instead report games to the mods.
  2. Standard member celticcountry
    Copyright ©2001-2006
    08 Dec '05 22:54
    Id rather now worry about cheats.

    the mods do that for us.

    the cheats cant sleep easy.

    its their problem
  3. 08 Dec '05 23:36
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    Id rather now worry about cheats.

    the mods do that for us.

    the cheats cant sleep easy.

    its their problem
    I was actually trying to think of ways of stopping the tiresome cheating accusations, particularly from new users who don't have the excuse of knowing full well what the correct channels are.
  4. Standard member zakkwylder
    Mouth for war
    09 Dec '05 04:20
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    Id rather now worry about cheats.

    the mods do that for us.

    the cheats cant sleep easy.

    its their problem
    I doubt Ironman31 was losing sleep every night worrying that the
    Red Hot Posse was going to kick down his door.
  5. Standard member GalaxyShield
    Mr. Shield
    09 Dec '05 08:58
    Originally posted by zakkwylder
    I doubt Ironman31 was losing sleep every night worrying that the
    Red Hot Posse was going to kick down his door.
    I believe you mean "Red Hot Fuzz" or "The Red Hot Fuzz".