Bluetooth Chess Cheater

By Deane Barker on December 28, 2006

Chess player caught cheating with wireless device: Bringing even more excitement to the thrilling world of competitive chess.

Sharma was finally caught at a recent tournament when officials discovered that he had stitched a Bluetooth device in a cloth cap which he always pulled over his ears.

He communicated to his accomplices outside the hall, who then used a computer to relay moves to him, Indian chess federation secretary D.V. Sundar said on Wednesday.



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