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Judith Polgar. So sexy. Even the way she plays is sexy.
So anyone can figure it out. Like 40% thinks it Carlsen and 60% is Bobby Fischer
Tal was the best, someone that even bobby fischer appreciated.
Botvinnik and petrosian were great too, people that watch them playing is fun and exciting, even though they played quite defensive.
And kasparov, of course.
Too many to choose from - but my absolute favourite is Fischer.
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