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Polgar, Judit (1976 -)

Judit Polgar (2008 Creative Commons License)

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Alias: The Princess of Chess


“I always say that women should have the self-confidence that they are as good as male players, but only if they are willing to work and take it seriously as much as male players.”



Description: Judit Polgár is a highly recognized and most valued chess player in the world. With only 15 years old he gets the title of Grand Master of chess. Polgar has rarely played in women’s specific tournaments or divisions and has never competed for the Women’s World Championship. In 2002 she became the first woman to beat Kasparov.
Sex: Female. Occupation: Chess player. 
Place of Birth / Death: Budapest, Hungary Country Tags: Hungary.
Centuries: XX-XXI. Title: Grandmaster (1991).
World Champion: 2005. School: –
Styles: Aggressive. Chess Olympiads: 1994, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014.



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External links



  • Averbakh, Yuri. (2012). A history of chess. From Chaturanga to the present day. Milford, USA: Russel enterprises Inc.
  • Eales, Richard. (2002). Chess: The history of a game. Glasgow, Scotland: Hardinge Simpole Publishing.
  • Elo, Arpad E. (2008). The rating of chess players, Past and Present. New York: Ishi Press.
  • Hooper, David. Whyld, Kenneth. (1992). The Oxford companion to chess. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Kirillov, Valentin (2017). Team Tal: An Inside Story. Moscow: Elk and Ruby Publishing House.
  • Murray, H. J. R. (1913). A history of chess. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Winter, Edward G., ed. (1981). World chess champions. Pergamon.