I was a chess master – cheating was common

In the late 80’s to mid 90’s, throughout my childhood, I played competitive chess in school tournaments most weekends in New York City and occasionally nationally. The tournaments lasted all day, with breaks between rounds if your game was short enough, and an hour for lunch. The other kids ate pizza; I ate lentil dal. I played alone or with my school team. I was the only girl aside from someone I only occasionally saw in passing—also with frizzy hair and a halter.

there wasn’t much technology back then. But it was cheated.

https://www.independent.ie/sport/other-sports/i-was-a-chess-champion-cheating-was-rife-42029152.html I was a chess master – cheating was common

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