The video provides evidence that Hans Niemann has cheated in past chess tournaments by using a chess base. The evidence includes analysis of Hans' game results and combat data.
00:00:00 In this video, a friend of the narrator shows him a Google Sheets document full of numbers that he and another person struggled to make sense of. After understanding what it was, they realized that the numbers represented chess moves and that Hans Niemann might have been cheating. The chess engine correlation for white 49 for black 30 7 percent is a record for the highest correlation between moves in a game and suggests that Hans Niemann was cheating.
00:05:00 The most incriminating evidence against Hans Niemann appears to be his undefeated record against amateur opponents, his unusual game play against top players, and his suspicious games against Anthony Manuel and Metro Corner.
00:10:00 Hans Niemann allegedly won 100 percent of his games against strong opponents, despite making a few mistakes. The evidence for these claims includes ChessBase reports and video recordings of the games.
00:15:00 In this video, chess player and analyst Hans Niemann is analyzed with regards to his results between 2019-2022. During this time, Niemann allegedly cheated by using a chess base, which enabled him to consistently win games. However, despite this evidence, his results according to chess analyst Reagan are "normal."
00:20:00 The videos show evidence that suggests Hans Niemann has cheated in past tournaments. The evidence includes analysis of Hans' game results and combat data.