Why is all websites don't want us to talk about the subject and pretend it is the exception, rather than the 'norm'???  

Pretty much they are powerless to stop cheating but can catch the careless cheats, which they make the scapegoat...  

But over the years, I have gotten the feeling that with 'AI bots' they seem to be permitted and they may  actually pay websites to operate so they can test their programming routines...  But why then are we the "FREELY GIVEN" scapegoat???  Is that the payment for free membership???   Then they should say it so...  

Browser and or packet hacks (toggling, pausing or flooding their opponent) can be dangerous, for the users, but they seem to be running freely...  

At times I think we play the server, whenever there are no human players, even though they say it is human...  OK I get that, they need to make it appear there are members here...  But are there other reasons?  For there own server to increase game knowledge...  Then they should say it so...  

I think the more open websites are about this, the better...  In that way players aren't so much disgruntled and eventually, through trust, we can actually start having 'real' tournaments here...

ANY, FEEDBACK, Please do not name players or accuse players....  

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