Judit Polgar: Featured on Chess.com and ChessKid.com!

  • SonofPearl
  • on 2013. 03. 17. 19:58.


GM Judit Polgar will be featured multiple times on Chess.com and ChessKid.com during the month of March! Her contributions are being made in a partnership with Chess.com and its scholastic extension site in an effort to help Judit further her efforts for chess and education. 

The strongest female player of all time will become the newest addition to Chess.com's team of contributors this month! Judit first burst onto the chess scene at the 28th Chess Olympiad in 1988, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, when she scored 12½ out of 13, earning the Gold Medal for Board 2 and leading the Hungarian Women's Team over the Soviet Union (a major upset at the time as the Soviets had won 10 of the previous 11 Olympiads). This result catapulted her to #1 on the next FIDE Ratings List, and she has held this spot ever since.

Judit earned her GM title at the age of 15, breaking Bobby Fischer's record for being the youngest GM of all time. After that, it wasn't long before Judit joined the world's elite with wins over such players as Kasparov, Karpov, and Anand, and her sharp attacking style naturally earned her the label as one of the most dangerous attacking players in the world.


To this day, Judit remains the only female to cross the 2700 FIDE benchmark, and is nearing a record 25 straight years as the highest rated female player in the world. Recently Judit has become an accomplished author, her most recent work titled "How I beat Fischer's Record". Judit has also released her own iPhone App, "Judit Polgar's Chess Playground", designed to introduce more children to the game, and she is working hard in her efforts to organize yet another Polgar Chess Festival for the Fall of 2013 (exact dates not yet know, but here is a link to information regarding the 2012 Festival).

To come this month, Judit will be recording a series of videos for Chesskid.com, aimed at inspiring kids, parents, and coaches - with highlights from her New App! Secondly, IM Danny Rensch will be releasing full reviews of her App and book, on Chess.com (The Book) and ChessKid.com (App), to be released the week of March 25th. You can also look for more information regarding Judit's recent works in an upcoming Chess.com newsletter. 

The most exciting news of all? Everything will lead up to a live 1 hour Q & A session with IM Danny Rensch and Judit Polgar on March 31st, at 11 AM Pacific, right here on Chess.com/TV! And here's the kicker: EVERYONE can comment on *THIS* news post with questions for Judit! Please keep questions relevant to Judit's career, her training, her new book and app, and her plans for the future. Not all questions will be asked, but many from this thread will be selected by Danny to ask Judit. 

We hope you're as excited for Judit as we are, and make sure to tune in to Chess TV on March 31st!

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  • 5 hónap ezelőtt


    I'm one of your crazy fan. You are inspiration of young girls who loves chess.

  • 2 év ezelőtt


    very nice

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    could be

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     good of her to do the interview - went well.

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    where has the video been uploaded?? I want to see it right nooow!

  • 3 év ezelőtt


     Hello Judit ,discuple, I am a deaf Peruvian, escribi translation and your you try mas to win very habiliadad of chess, you were conquering until end of the tilt of chess I pray.

                                                 Good greetingWinkLaughing

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    In other sports there is always a warm up before a match. How do you warm up before a game?

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    Judit! Légy szíves csatlakozz a magyar csapathoz! Még ha nem játszanál akkor is, legalább tiszteletbeli tagként. Kitüntetés lenne számunkra.


    U.I. Te vagy a kedvenc sportolónőm, kérlek jelölj be barátként.Tongue Out Ja, és indulj már el a női világbajnokságon (csak úgy poénból), én szívesen megnézném, hogy versz tönkre mindenkit.Laughing

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    Dear Judit, 

    Your greatness in chess is only outdone by your beauty. You are a 100% purebred babe. I can only hope that one day our offspring will mate and form a new race of superhumans. Call me.



  • 3 év ezelőtt


    wow nice :) ...

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    I want to write a big "Thank You" to several people ...

    • Ms. Judit Polgar, for her time and gracious & informative answers to our questions
    • SonofPearl, for writing this notice
    • IM Danny Rensch who interviewed Ms. Polgar.  Also ... thank you for asking my question regarding her entrance into the arena of chess education!
    • All the moderators who took care to delete/erase inappropriate comments and block abusive chatters during the Q&A/Interview.  Your efforts were very much appreciated, and while you may have received negative feedback, I was very grateful to you!

    This was a wonderful experience, chess.com!  Thank you very much to everyone who helped make it so enjoyable!

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    My compliments to the photographer.

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    Does anybody know if this will become available for viewing?

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    i wish i could meet you (Judith) in person someday,

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    Dear Judit!

    What was the greatest thing/achievement in your life in chess and in other kind of things also?
    Remélem eljut hozzád az üzenet :)

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    did i miss it

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    SUN. 3/31 -- 11am PST / 2pm EST:   Chess/TV Special: Q & A Session with GM Judit Polgar! w/IM Rensch


    that's what you wrote on the site,but now when I want to enter, it prompt that you should be a premium member! Frown

  • 3 év ezelőtt


    best Armenian player ever?

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