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"Excellent topic, very interesting , it is high time someone asked this question for the 50th time. I can’t wait not to have any answer ,again ,after 400 replies."
I doubt that you will ever get an acceptable reply. Any answer to such a question is tainted with too much political BS to be meaningful. In fact, it may be detrimental to even ask or openly discuss such matters. Some deranged feminist in some Women's Studies department could zero in on this very forum and advocate for a law that reduces chess to "a non competative game that celebrates our diversity" or promotes "women's way of knowing". Capturing a piece or formulating a stratedy might be deemed rape and be punished by severe criminal penalties.
Don't think it can happen? When was the last time you ever saw a kid with a cap gun or who played tag at recess? Best to try to keep chess under the gender war radar for as long as we can.
Oh no! Not that dinosaur thread again!
You could make the same analysis with americans... Why are american players not contending for the world championships anymore- male or female?
Excellent topic, very interesting , it is high time someone asked this question for the 50th time. I can’t wait not to have any answer ,again ,after 400 replies.
It's funny, I've been on chess.com for over three years, and I've never seen this thread before.Then again, I wasn't very active on the forums for most of that time. Also, I probably should have guessed.I think the best answer is: it's just numbers. If as many women played as men, we'd have nearly equal number of men and women Super GMs. There may be some other factors; It's true that men's IQ scores are more spread out than those of women--more at the bottom of the spectrum, more at the top, fewer in the middle. But there are flaws in IQ assesment; those tests were probably designed mostly by men, for one. It's probably true that men tend to be more obsessive with hobbies such as chess, though I haven't seen a lot of research to back that up.
2600 man vs 2600 woman. Mmmmm would have to see the rating ! haha.
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"I think the best answer is: it's just numbers. If as many women played as men, we'd have nearly equal number of men and women Super GMs."
You're starting the story from the middle, as though it's just divinely pre-ordained that fewer women play and there couldn't be some reason for that.
The way the politically-correct castrati and feminist grievance-mongers go on, you might think it's impossible that some groups are simply better than others at certain things.
Do fewer women play chess then men? Of course. How much is the difference? I think it fair to estimate there are 200 men for every women, that plays chess.
You're starting the story from the middle, as though it's just divinely pre-ordained that fewer women play and there couldn't be some reason for that.The way the politically-correct castrati and feminist grievance-mongers go on, you might think it's impossible that some groups are simply better than others at certain things.
I agree (in the blue statement) ... from experience.... check my earlier post on this thread. :)
I'm fully aware there's a reason for it. I didn't think it necessary to launch into a full thesis about it.
At the scholastic level in the US... its about 8 boys for every 1 girl that plays. The ratio is closer to even during the elementary years (4:1)... but begins to widen through middle school (my experience 8:1) and even more so in high school.
Men = Hunters / Women = Gatherers
I have yet to play a female OTB.
and you a faggot
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Male chess players are - as a general rule - not uh... impressive socially. Look around at any OTB tournament. You're not looking at the cream of the crop of the male gender. Just the opposite is true. So in effect you'd be asking women to immerse themselves socially into a substandard vat of mediocrity (myself and you, dear reader, excluded of course). Now, maybe they'll do it anyway because they just love the game of chess SOOO much that they don't care about the teeming legions of unwanted males sorrounding them. If so, great! To say that women are "welcome" to join into the chess community would be a collosal understatement. If hordes of women started showing up at OTB tournaments and getting into chess, the old guard would be beside themselves with joy.
Unfortunately, women are very rare at tournaments (and chess clubs). As a result, from what I have seen personally, males at tournaments seize on the slightest pretext to jump into a conversation with a woman. And who can blame them? After all they rarely SEE an actual woman in their normal lives. Why not show some enthusiasm in talking with them?
If you want to help reverse this sad state of affairs, here's what you can do. Stop blathering on about genetics, testosterone, and other kooky theories. Instead, take a shower, comb your hair, and SHAVE for chrissakes. And while a tie sure isn't needed, try to wear something better than your bowling shirt to the tournament. These initial steps will do more to overcome this problem than a thousand blog posts about genetics and upbringing.
But, if I shave before a tournament I could give in to draw offers from weaker players, or worse, lose. I never shave the day of competition; it is bad luck.
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