Thursday, August 10, 2006

It was bound to happen

Drugs may or may not help you play better chess, but if we test, some will be caught.
The professional chess world was rocked today when 13 year old chess prodigy, Bobby Baines was disqualified for testing positive for steroids.

Clayton Groman, Director of the United States Chess Federation announced during a press conference from his offices in Crossville, Tennessee that Baines ... [is] under suspicion for blood doping and taking drugs on the USCF list of banned substances.

"We've had Mr. Baines in our crosshairs for quite some time," said Groman. "We first became suspicious when we noticed that he was becoming much more violent during matches ..."
Read "Anabolic Steroids Invade the World of Professional Chess."

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