One week after stunning the chess world by resigning from a game after making just one move

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reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen has broken his silence to accuse Hans Niemann, 19, of cheating.

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Niemann these days acknowledged dishonest inside the past, however he insists he has been playing by way of the rules when you consider that he turned into faced and punished.

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"I am not willing to play chess with Niemann," the 31-year-old Norwegian said via Twitter, after stating he believes Niemann "has cheated more — and more recently — than he has publicly admitted."

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Carlsen's overt accusation is the latest development in a scandal that's been the talk of the chess world since Sept. 4

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As speculation swirled, Niemann admitted in an interview that he had previously cheated by using an electronic device to find the best moves.

Niemann made those comments after Chess.com hit him with a new ban.

Carlsen went on to win that match, the Julius Baer Generation Cup, on Sunday. He issued his announcement about Niemann tomorrow.