|The recent Olympiad Ivanchuk issue of him refusing the doping test, really puts the cat among the chickens. How strongly does FIDE really feel about its anti-doping regime? Do they still believe having it increases their chances of one day getting chess to be an olympic sport?
One issue I was wondering about is what drugs the testing says are " performance enhancing " when it comes to chess? Where do you find the list of banned substances.
If cafeine is one, does this limit the number of cups of coffee a player can take in during a game? Or the number of Cokes they can drink ( I believe it is high in cafeine too, as is Mountain Dew in the USA, I believe ).