Interview with WGM Natalia Pogonina

Interview with WGM Natalia Pogonina

May 26, 2009, 12:00 AM |
9 | Chess Players

Natalia Pogonina is a leading Russian chess Woman Grandmaster and member of the Russian chess Olympic team. Her current FIDE rating is over 2500.  She won the gold medal at the 1st International Mind Sports Games, some of her best performances includes, championship titles at Bykova Memorial, Rudenko memorial, Moscow Open.
She would like to see women chess players doing their best to match the best male players. According to her, we might see a female absolute world chess champion. Apart from Chess, Natalia is also widely known as a person of great physical and spiritual beauty.
In this interview with WGM Natalia Pogonina, she talks about her goals, chess and education, Chess Kamasutra book etc. According to her,
it is possible to apply sex principles to chess. Interesting interview with lots of pictures.

Natalia and Peter - authors of Chess Kamasutra

LatestChess :- Could you please tell our readers about your new project "Chess Kamasutra", a very unique subject for a chess book.
GM Natalia Pogonina :-
As all LatestChess readers probably know, both chess and Kamasutra originate from India. In “Chess Kamasutra” I and my co-author Peter Zhdanov will show that it is possible to apply sex principles to chess, and vice versa. We will be reviewing the most interesting openings and middlegame positions and relating them to positions from Kamasutra; surprise our readers by introducing the “love theory” which is extremely effective for developing your chess skills and becoming happy in personal life; share unique trainings in “sexchess”, approbated by ourselves.

Chess Kamasutra is going to be a very entertaining and useful book covering many interesting subjects – we aren’t revealing most of the secrets yet, but one day you’ll be able to see it for yourself.

it is possible to apply sex principles to chess ...

Who said chess isn't sexy?

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