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She is amazing. One of the best chess players that I have seen. She is an excellent teacher.
Excellent pawn play ending game
Judit is my truly love
Judit is amazing and a good teacher! As an amateur I sometimes am left wondering about a grandmaster level explanation for a move or series of moves. This video allowed me to completely understand Judit's reasoning both tactically and strategically with no problem. Thanks Grandmaster Polgar for being my new and best chess teacher!
She even claims that Kasparov once broke the 'Touch Move Rule' while playing against her & changed his move. Well, then why didn't she protest & what was the Arbiter doing?
This is a rather rude video. She has lost badly to Anand several times later. One should be humble in win.
Empathy1... please don't be sexist...
Great video... but I can only find the first part of the video (until 9:05 minutes). Where are the two last parts?
Great video and content. thanks. But I have one recommendation. I would take away all the cute graphics you add to the screen. Only a woman would do that and that's not meant to be mean. Woman like cute, silly things. I just found it distracting. Otherwise, wonderful video. Thxs.
Awesome attack! Thank you.
lol.... that was awsome GM!
woooow u r my best and u r the best of the best both male & female
I like this video! Thank you, GM! And like move Bg5 (i'd play Bf4 but your move is excellent)! GM is equal to sensei! :) Your debut was successful! Congratulations!
after qd6 you could move bf4
You should make another video.
Among the most well-explained video tutorials I've seen here. I don't know how you spell "keusenam seepan" in Hungarian, but there is my phonetic attempt!
it's so helpful and easy to understand
great video judith!..thanks so much!
Being able to effectively take a chess lesson with GM Polgar makes my membership worth it.
by GM Judit Polgar
Grandmaster Judit Polgar makes her video author debut this weekend by reviewing one of the most important victories of her career. Our members receive a "taste" of our scholastic extension site, ChessKid.com in the video style, presentation and "picture animations" - But don't let distract you from the in depth and instructive analysis Judit provides. Broken into three parts on ChessKid, enjoy the "full feature" here!
Intermediate | Advanced
Players: Judit Polgar
vs. Viswanathan Anand
Ruy Lopez: Open Variations, Classical Defense (C83)
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GM Judit Polgar
Grandmaster Judit Polgar is the strongest female chess player of all time. Ranked #1 in the world for just shy of 25 years, Judit's contributions to chess both on and off the chess board are many. Besides being one of the best chess players in history, she serves as an ambassador for the game through the Judit Polgar Chess Foundation for Education Benefits, is the recipient of the prestigious Hungarian "Order of Merit" award, and is an author of multiple chess books. Judit's program, "Chess Palace" has been adopted as a part of the National Curriculum for Hungarian Schools, and she is also the author of the series, Judit Polgar Teaches Chess.
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