Thursday 6 October 2022 05:52 PM Sex columnist debunks claim that chess grandmaster used vibrating anal beads to ... trends now

Thursday 6 October 2022 05:52 PM Sex columnist debunks claim that chess grandmaster used vibrating anal beads to ... trends now
Thursday 6 October 2022 05:52 PM Sex columnist debunks claim that chess grandmaster used vibrating anal beads to ... trends now

Thursday 6 October 2022 05:52 PM Sex columnist debunks claim that chess grandmaster used vibrating anal beads to ... trends now

A top sex guru has debunked the bizarre theory that teenage chess grandmaster Hans Niemann cheated in dozens of games with anal beads, claiming the sex toy is too noisy. 

Columnist Dan Savage argued that if Niemann had used the vibrating beads for assistance during tournaments his opponent would have heard them buzzing.

He also highlighted the fact that anal beads are a 'blunt instrument' and would not be able to communicate something as complex as a chess move if a third party was operating it remotely via a wireless connection.

Savage, 57, a sex advice columnist, openly discusses sex, relationships, and sex toys on his weekly podcast 'Savage Love', which began as a column in Seattle newspaper The Stranger. 

Following accusations chess grandmaster Hans Niemann cheated in the September 4 Sinquefield Cup, rumors began to swirl that he may have used vibrating anal beads to communicate with his coach during the match 

Current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen, 31, (left) suggested his opponent was a cheat after his shock victory last month

Current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen, 31, (left) suggested his opponent was a cheat after his shock victory last month 

Sex columnist Dan Savage weighed in on the scandal on his podcast, arguing that Niemann could not have used the beads for help because his opponent would have heard the vibrating sex toy buzzing

Sex columnist Dan Savage weighed in on the scandal on his podcast, arguing that Niemann could not have used the beads for help because his opponent would have heard the vibrating sex toy buzzing

He addressed the topic on his show, amid speculation Niemann, 19, cheated on online games and used assistance in his shock victory against current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen, 31, on September 4 at the $350,000 Sinquefield Cup in St Louis. 

Carlsen withdrew from the tournament the following day, and this week a new report claimed Niemann received assistance to win in more than 100 games in his online professional career.

Savage also pointed out that anal beads are a 'blunt instrument' and it would not be able to communicate moves successfully

Savage also pointed out that anal beads are a 'blunt instrument' and it would not be able to communicate moves successfully

San Francisco-born Niemann claimed he only cheated twice, when he was 12 and 16, which he said were youthful indiscretions.

But the allegations – and the eyebrow-raising rumors about using anal beads to communicate with his coach – have rocked the world of chess.

However, Savage said such a scenario is not likely.  

'Anyone who wrote up this story had bothered to check with anyone who had remote controlled anal beads in their a** – my contact info is right there on my website – they would have known that vibrating anal beads are a blunt instrument,' he said on the September 20 podcast. 

'There's an on switch and an off switch and you can adjust the intensity a little bit, but trying to use vibrating anal beads to communicate about

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