Hundreds of chess players across the world have posted angry messages on social media urging fans to boycott the game as they demand that the game be banned from tournaments, with many blaming it for a decline in ratings and a rise in antisocial behaviour.

In one of the most recent incidents, the American chess champion Anand Nair, who was the world No 1 until last month, posted a tweet that read: “Pawns are too Easy.

#BannedFromTournaments.

#BlackLivesMatter.”

“It is not the game that is being blamed.

It is the way it is being played,” said Alex Wurm, a 28-year-old chess pro in Berlin, Germany.

“This is a problem.

In response to a petition on Change.org that was signed by more than 100,000 people, chess fans from across the globe have responded by posting a torrent of abusive messages, including threats of physical violence, death and rape, calling for the boycott of the game to end and calling for more professional players to be banned. “

It’s the only game that does not need to be watched by all, for example, for its integrity.”

In response to a petition on Change.org that was signed by more than 100,000 people, chess fans from across the globe have responded by posting a torrent of abusive messages, including threats of physical violence, death and rape, calling for the boycott of the game to end and calling for more professional players to be banned.

They have also said that chess tournaments should not be allowed to play.

“There are more professional chess players now than there were in 2000, so this is the real reason,” said Nair.

“And I don’t think they have done anything about it.

The game is being taken over by idiots and I think this is why.”

Chess fans are also furious with the way the game has been portrayed by the mainstream media and the governing bodies.

A New York Times article that ran in March 2016 described chess as a “cult”.

A piece in the BBC’s Sunday Politics in October 2016 said “chess is the most boring sport in the world”.

A British chess journalist, Andrew Roberts, has said he believes the sport is “culturally illiterate”.

The World Chess Federation is not responding to the criticism and is not commenting.

The World Tour and its member tournaments, as well as the global players’ federations, have a huge and varied global reach.” “

The sport has a rich history, a rich heritage, and an important role in developing world chess.

The World Tour and its member tournaments, as well as the global players’ federations, have a huge and varied global reach.”

The World of Warcraft community has also come under fire after the game’s latest update to the game on June 28 included a section about players being banned from the game due to an alleged “problem with the online community”. “

While the Chess World Championships is now an Olympic event, the Chess Tour remains a World Championship event and the US Chess Tour is a World Tour event.”

The World of Warcraft community has also come under fire after the game’s latest update to the game on June 28 included a section about players being banned from the game due to an alleged “problem with the online community”.

In a post on the official Blizzard forums, the developer, Blizzard Entertainment, said: The community is extremely upset with what is happening.

There are many issues with the World of WarCraft, including the number of players being affected, the amount of information the game is providing, and the amount it is trying to share.

Players are being removed from the World and many players are reporting being unable to play for a week, months or even years due to this.

There is no way that Blizzard is trying and will continue to pretend to be the best at the game when they have no intention of improving it.

There have been several reports of players getting banned for not following the rules, but Blizzard has not provided any proof of this.

In response, fans have tweeted angry messages like: “The game is so boring and I am not interested in watching it.

It doesn’t matter what you do in it, you will never be able to play the game.”

One user wrote: “My game has not been playing for more than 10 hours now, and I’m bored.

You are making the game more boring than ever, and people are having a hard time with it.

I would like to go to bed and never watch the game again.

I hope you get the message out.”

The hashtag #stopthechess on Twitter has also become a rallying cry for the fans.

“Pwn all the best players on the internet,” one user tweeted.

“If they ban me I will never watch a single game of chess again.

#stopchess.”

“Pssshhhhhh, just pwn all of them,” another added.

“I’ll take it.

Chess is boring.”

Many of the players on Twitter also have pointed to an article in the Washington Post that said the game had been banned in Australia,