My insurance company is sending a contractor to tarp the roof. They contacted me today and said they should be here tomorrow or Friday at the latest. Thankfully, it's been clear skies since the hurricane ended.Small steps back to civilisation. Did you manage to source a tarpolin or rig something up to prevent further damage to your home?
Using computers, which now handily outplay humans. For online games that's obviously easy, but for real games people have used hidden earpieces, things strapped to their legs, and all sorts.Maybe I'm missing something obvious, but how does one cheat in chess? I don't quite understand what it is exactly that they're being accused of.
Sometimes one bit of information in certain situations can be enough to give you an advantage in said situations. For example, if you opponent offers a draw, it would be good to know, whether you should do that or if you have a good chance to win, if you don't. An accomplice in the audience, who gets this info from a chess computer, could signal this bit by moving to another position in the room, for example, or by a gesture. Another bit would be: In the actual position you have a chance to sacrifice a piece or not. Is it good to do so? Knowing this could be the deciding info in such situations. Edit: Obviously such things have really happened in the past.They also have signals from someone in the audience somehow apparently. But I don't fully understand it.