Who is Chinese chess player Yan Chenglong who cheated using anal beads and sh*t in hotel bathtub

Who is Chinese chess player Yan Chenglong who cheated using anal beads and sh*t in hotel bathtub

Here is all you need to know about Yan Chenglong, a Chinese chess player who gets his title stripped off due to cheating using anal beads

After surprising claims that he had cheated by using anal beads and pissed in a hotel bathtub, the winner of a Xiangqi tournament; also known as Chinese chess; lost his championship.

Who is Chinese chess player Yan Chenglong who cheated using anal beads and sh*t in his hotel bathtub

For hundreds of years, Chinese chess, or Xiangqi, has been immensely popular throughout Asia. Last week, Yan Chenglong, 48, defeated dozens of competitors to claim the title of “Xiangqi King” at a national competition held by the Chinese Xiangqi Association.

His happiness was short-lived, nevertheless, as the CXA declared on Monday that Yan would lose his title and forfeit his winnings when it was discovered that he had been “disrupting public order” and had “extremely bad character.”

The association also had to respond to internet claims that Yan had cheated by employing anal beads with wireless transmitters attached to send and receive messages during the competition. CXA stated, as per BBC outlet:

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Based on our understanding of the situation, it is currently impossible to prove that Yan engaged in cheating via ‘anal beads’ as speculated on social media.”

His actions caused harm to the hotel’s belongings, disobeyed good manners and public order, and negatively impacted Chinese chess. It is not possible to confirm that Yan cheated, though, based on the information available, as of now.

Who is Yan Chenglong?

Yan Chenglong is a chess player who hails from China. He is currently 48 years old. On December 17, at Lingshui, Hainan Province, South China, he emerged victorious in the national Chinese chess amateur competition. Prize money totalling 100,000 yuan ($13,997) was given to him.

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Hotel staff discovered Yan’s hotel room’s bathtub was tainted with excrement when he checked out of the establishment the following morning where the Chinese chess players were staying. This caused a stir online and everyone started talking about it.

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Following this occurrence, the Chinese Xiangqi Association declared on Monday that Yan would lose his title. In addition, he lost his right to compete in any Chinese chess tournament for a year from the date of the punishment ruling.

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