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That's not a real world championship any more than the "FIDE World Championship" knockout tournaments that Khalifman, Kazimdzhanov, etc., won were. This was, however, effectively a candidates' tournament, and Judit Polgar is still the only woman to play in one of those.
Botvinnik won his FIDE title in a quintuple round-robin tournament in 1948.
There is considerable evidence that the competion was tainted by Soviet collusion.
That is your opinion, not one held by FIDE.
Awesome rock it girls
It is a thought for sure...however, no female GM that I know of, at least, has EVER been rated even nearly as high as the top ten men in the world. I could be wrong, but I think I'm pretty close. Maybe some day it will be! ;)
Honestly I could not care less. My God people get over the obsession
I don't really care, either, actually. Idk why I'm here.
Number eight in the world in 2005.
That would be great, as long as she's cute.
You bumped this retarded thread after a year and a half just to say that?
It will be a sad day when there is not a single chess player with the minimal skill necessary to beat a woman.
that is quite sexist.
Meanwhile....it's 2017, questions like these should cease to exist.
it's quite sexist that no one would think of asking the question "what if a boy became world champion" but somehow it's okay to ask "what if a girl became world champion"