I run a college chess society. I suspect one of our members is cheating.

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  • irwin

    irwin - the protector of lichess from all chess players villainous

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  • lila

    ♞ lichess.org: the forever free, adless and open source chess server ♞

    In the future let every member have only one single registered account on chess.com (or better, on lichess.org) then whoever is banned for fair play will be banned also from the club.

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