Twenty year old Hungarian WIM Anna Rudolf (rated 2242) recently competed in the Vandoeuvre Open, in France, where she scored both an IM and a WGM norm. One of Anna's victims was none other than the event's top seed GM Christian Bauer (rated 2634). After three rounds, Anna was on 3/3.
But now it seems that a big question mark has been placed over Anna's achievements after three players from the tournament accused her of cheating. Here's a remarkable quote from chessdom.com's correspondent.
The three players claimed that Anna was going too much to the bathroom and that her bag had a secret internet connection. To be more precise, they said that "the secret internet connection was transmitting the best moves with the help of Anna's lip balm.
Read more in chessdom's report. An interview with the accused is also available where she describes some near unbelievable shenanigans. Her opponent played an anti-engine opening system (e6-d6-b6-g6) apparently in an effort to thwart her secret weapon!