Clark Smiley liked to win.
Why shouldn’t you let a 16-year old use a handheld Dell computer to keep score during a chess match? Continue reading “Technology makes it easy to cheat at chess”
The cheating thumb cheat sheet works if you have excellent eyesight. Continue reading “How to cheat at school”
Cameron van der Burgh celebrates winning
the men’s 100 breaststroke at the
2012 London Olympics. Continue reading “Why do athletes cheat? (like this one did)”
Cover up your odor with b’acteria perfume
From an article on smelling, where Rob Dunn wonders: if our human smell is used to signal others to know both who we are and whether we’re healthy, then what is perfume? Continue reading “We cheat with perfume”
April 1979 issue of Sports Illustrated
Continue reading “Pro baseball players don’t cheat, they compete”
The cameras were watching Archie’s chips very carefully.
Archie Karas loves to gamble. He’s legendary in gambling circles for a three-year winning streak where he started with $50 and gambled and gambled until it reached $40 million, mostly playing high-stakes poker with other guys who really love to gamble. Continue reading “Sometimes you gamble and sometimes you cheat”
Brad (#12) did not win this race. Continue reading “How to cheat and win while driving”
No, not that kind of cheating.
Researchers at the Ishikawa Oku Laboratory at the University of Tokyo developed a robot that can cheat at the children’s game rock-paper-scissors. Continue reading “How to cheat using a robot”
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