Chess Bans Cleavage!

That's it. Chess has officially gone down the tube. I mean, what's the point to playing the game now that you can't pretend to stare at the board whilst checking out your opponent's cleavage?

In an interview with ChessBase News, ECU general secretary Sava Stoisavljevic says that “many of the players were not wearing proper clothes” during games. She notes that most other sports have dress codes, so it took little calculating to determine that chess should have one too. And it’s the females who will have to play conservatively when picking from their closets before a tournament. The ECU has put restrictions on the amount of cleavage a player can display.


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It sounds like displaying a lot of chest area could be a good tactic for a woman player. If the male opponent has his mind taken off the game it could set her at an advantage. It's a good policy to introduce a dress code...
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