Judit Polgar is the best female chess player of all time English chess grandmaster Nigel Short has landed himself in hot water and has been slammed by leading female chess players after claiming that people should gracefully accept the fact that women are not as good as men in the game. Short, who is a former chess world title challenger, revealed to the magazine, New in Chess, that men and women were different. He questioned that why should men and women function in the same way, adding that ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Leading female chess players slam Nigel Short over 'women no good at chess' jibe - Ani News, 1 month ago
Judit Polgar, one of the world's top chess players, has hit back against a claim by another of the game's stars thatmen are naturally better chess players. "I don't have the slightest problem in acknowledging that my wife possesses a much higher ...Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago 'Chess is for kings, not for queens' Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago Women not wired to play chess? Femina, 1 month ago Chess Master Says Men Naturally Better Players Than Women Time, 1 month ago
published about 2 hours ago It's not a matter of gender, it's a matter of being smart, Judit Polgar saysNewsOnFeeds.com, 1 month ago
Chess champion Judit Polgar, the Hungarian woman once ranked the eighth best player in the world and the only female to have qualified for the World Chess Championship. Photo: Reuters For a top-ranked chess player with an enviable ability to think ...Canberra Times, 1 month ago Checkmate: how British grandmaster Nigel Short became a pawn Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
British chess master Nigel Short has made a bad opening gambit by saying women are inferior at the game, says former Hungarian Grandmaster Judit Polgar, who has defeated the Briton eight times to three. Short set off a flurry of controversy this month when he ...The Telegraph, 1 month ago Tempest on a chess board: Hungary's Polgar disputes UK's Short Reuters UK, 1 month ago Tempest on a chess board - Hungary's Polgar disputes UK's Short Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 month ago REUTERS - Tempest on a chess board: Hungary's Polgar disputes UK's Short Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
Dronavalli Harika is emerging as the sole inheritor of Koneru Humpy's illustrious chess legacy In a fourth-floor apartment in Banjara Hills that offers a commanding view of Hyderabad, a lanky 24-year-old woman with a loose ponytail and an ...India Today, 1 week ago
Vijay Chokal-Ingam is a member of a wealthy Asian Indian-American clan whose claim to fame is being the older brother of TV comedienne Mindy Kaling, the creator, producer, writer and star of The Mindy Project. Kaling, 35, told her only sibling that ...New York Post, 1 month ago
Chess Grandmaster Says There Is Gender Inequality In The Game Because Men And Women Are 'Hard-Wired Very Differently'
British chess grandmaster Nigel Short is responding to criticism after recently arguing that inherent differences in men's and women's brains may explain why there are fewer female chess champions than males ones. "Men and women's brains are ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago Grandmaster says women can't compete at chess because of smaller brains MSN Canada, 1 month ago British grandmaster says women are worse at chess because they have smaller brains USA Today, 1 month ago British chess grandmaster says women are 'hard-wired' to be worse at chess than men UPI, 1 month ago
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Nigel Short, on the left, has sparked controversy in the chess community. Source: THE Queen may be the most versatile piece on the board but it's the king that holds the true power. UK chess grandmaster Nigel Short may have taken this chess board ...Northern Territory News, 1 month ago The Ron Burgundy of chess Herald Sun, 1 month ago
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