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Chess grandmaster denies using ANAL BEADS to beat world No 1 Magnus Carlsen


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A chess grandmaster has responded to bizarre claims that he used anal beads to beat world No 1, Magnus Carlsen.

World chess champion Carlsen, 31, withdrew from the Sinquefield Cup last week after an unexpected defeat to 19-year-old Hans Niemann – a relative newcomer to the world of professional chess.

Carlsen announced his withdrawal from the tournament with a cryptic tweet, which included a video of football manager Jose Mourinho saying: "If I speak I am in big trouble." 

Niemann has previously admitted to cheating in online chess tournaments, prompting fans to speculate whether the San Francisco-born player beat Carlsen fairly.

A bizarre theory circulating online claims Niemann could have used an accomplice, computer assistance and vibrating anal beads to beat Carlsen, who was on a two-year unbeaten run before their match.

"Currently obsessed with the notion that Hans Niemann has been cheating at the Sinquefield Cup chess tournament using wireless anal beads that vibrate him the correct moves," posted one fan on Twitter.


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