I have hijacked this thread. Nothing to see here...move along.

  • #1

    ^V^

  • #2

    A little engineering on Carlsen and...

  • #3
    ivandh wrote:

    A little engineering on Carlsen and...


    I wonder if Judit is interested?

  • #4

    As a donor?

  • #5

     

    How to create conditions where there would be a world champion who is a woman?

    why do we have to do that?

  • #6

    do you mean this, for example....

  • #7
    pdela wrote:

     

    How to create conditions where there would be a world champion who is a woman?

    why do we have to do that?


    If you were an evil mastermind, how would you change the opinion of someone who asks. "Why do we have to do that?"

  • #8

    It's easy... kill all the men, only way to be sure.

  • #9

    yeah, maybe I didn't make my point clear.

    I don't know how do you want to create conditions, I think men and women play with the same pieces

  • #10
    MyCowsCanFly wrote:
    ivandh wrote:

    A little engineering on Carlsen and...


    I wonder if Judit is interested?


     lol what exactly are you suggesting..

  • #11
    PrawnEatsPrawn wrote:

    It's easy... kill all the men, only way to be sure.


    I suppose at some point, possible solutions would need to be prioritized. Personally, I would prefer this to be one of the last options implemented. Of course, I have a personal interest.

    Also, given my rating, I should be an exception.

  • #12

    Given the number of exemplars produced by Russia, another approach would be to move all women to Russia.

    I just realized, I am one of the least qualified people on chess.com to participate in a serious conversation. Oh well.

  • #13

    testosterone injections

  • #14
    Abolish a women's division. Why do we need WGM or Women's World Champions? It only stands to logic that if you choose to play in a weaker pool of players (of any gender), your improvment is hindered. I hope that's not as 'out of line' as it feels to state, but there is logic in the idea.
  • #15

    Women have beaten men in just about everything so far that doesn't take the physical strength that man is endowed with.  So why will it not happen in chess?

  • #16
    Jim's approach might work.
  • #17

    A nice selection of shoes would probably do the trickWink

  • #18
    VLMJ wrote:

    Women have beaten men in just about everything so far that doesn't take the physical strength that man is endowed with.  So why will it not happen in chess?


     Ok, in what sport or game , in which both men and women compete, are the very top spots taken by women ? In what sport/game in which both compete do women dominate ?  I wait patiently for the answer.....

  • #19

    Looks like bowling?

    "Kelly Kulick is a 33-year-old professional bowler who won the Professional Bowler’s Association Women’s World Championship.  A new PBA rule allowed her to qualify for the men’s tournaments.  She entered arguably the most prestigious event – the Tournament of Champions – and beat 62 of the best male bowlers, defeating the world’s #1 ranked bowler in the final match 265-195."

    http://www.neatorama.com/2010/02/25/is-this-the-greatest-moment-in-womens-sport/

  • #20

    How to create conditions where there would be a world champion who is a woman?

    Ban men from playing.

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