Susan Polgar , 53, is a renowned Hungarian-American chess grandmaster. Polgar was Women’s World Chess Champion from 1996 to 1999. On the International Chess Federation’s Elo rating system list of July 1984, at the age of 15, she became the top-ranked female chess player in the world. In 1991, she became the third woman to be awarded the title of Grandmaster by the International Chess Federation. She won eleven medals at the Women’s Chess Olympiad (four gold, four silver, and three bronze).
Quote: “When men lose against me, they always have a headache… or things of that kind. I have never beaten a completely healthy man!” | “Chess is a miniature version of life. To be successful, you need to be disciplined, assess resources, consider responsible choices, and adjust when circumstances change.”
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Watch “Susan Polgar: Crushing The Glass Ceiling” [15:50]. ►
Watch “2019 U.S. Chess Championships: Susan Polgar Interview” [8:10]. ►
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