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The 'cheating' scandal tearing the chess community apart, explained

The ‘cheating’ scandal tearing the chess community apart, explained

On Monday, reigning world chess champion Magnus Carlsen made just one move against his opponent, US grandmaster Hans Niemann, then resigned, spreading panic in the chess world over a growing scandal seemingly unresolved. Carlsen essentially refusing to play against Niemann increases speculation about Carlsen’s abrupt withdrawal from a tournament in St. Louis after losing to …

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Infinity Ward Addresses Modern Warfare 2 Minimap, Visibility, Perks & More in Beta Community Update

Infinity Ward commented on player feedback on the Modern Warfare 2 beta, addressing the changes they plan to implement over the second weekend. The first week of the Modern Warfare 2 beta ended on September 20, and Infinity Ward revealed that changes will be made to improve the gameplay experience before the start of weekend …

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'We haven't seen a spike in food inflation yet': Food prices haven't risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

‘We haven’t seen a spike in food inflation yet’: Food prices haven’t risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

Food prices continued to rise in August, putting pressure on low- and middle-income households in particular. The cost of food for home preparation rose 13.5% from August 2021, the highest growth rate since March 1979, according to government data. The annual rise in the US consumer price index was 8.3% in August. Overall, food was …

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'We haven't seen a spike in food inflation yet': Food prices haven't risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

‘We haven’t seen a spike in food inflation yet’: Food prices haven’t risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

Food prices continued to rise in August, putting pressure on low- and middle-income households in particular. The cost of food for home preparation rose 13.5% from August 2021, the highest growth rate since March 1979, according to government data. The annual rise in the US consumer price index was 8.3% in August. Overall, food was …

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