I have a few questions about engine use detection at online games on chess.com:
Let's say both players are rated 1800 on chess.com online play and they make
nnumber of moves in a game.
White has 90% accuracy due to very decent moves, while black has an accuracy of 97.5%.
n > 20(less likely to be good moves by fluke), does this accuracy score mean that black cheated?
From my understanding the accuracy also depends on the number of moves made. For example, if you only made 3 moves and followed a well known opening your score will be 100% and that is not suspicious.
Thus, at what
ndoes the accuracy start to matter when it comes to detecting a cheat?
Chess.com seems to not act upon reports of cheating players.
Does this mean that those players did not cheat?
How to escalate the situation to avoid losing those valuable games?
For example, some players cheat in crucial games in tournaments where a win allows them to advance over you.
What stops someone from turning on a chess engine, when they have a losing position, until they gain an advantage (at which point they play without the engine)?
This seems like it would be impossible to detect as there will be typical moves (normal moves they make) from their previous games, with a few amazing moves sprinkled in.