European Chess Competitions To Be Less Sexy With Strict New Cleavage Rules
The European Chess Union is not about to let you floozies gain an unfair adventure by parading your bosoms around in front of your opponents. Strict new rules govern the accepted wardrobe for woman's matches. Chessbase News has the details:
The European Women's Championship is the first where the new ECU Dress Code regulations apply. They are quite specific: regarding décolletés (in the US "cleavage"): "the second from the top button may be opened." And skirts may be no shorter than 5-10 cm above the knees
Chessbase also has an interview up with General Secretary of the ECU Sava Stoisavljevic where she explains what led to the new rules.