Best Female chess player Crushes Vishy Anand

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Judit Polgar vs Viswanathan Anand
“Judge Judit” (game of the day Jul-07-2009)
Dos Hermanas (1999), Dos Hermanas ESP, rd 1, Apr-06
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. Delayed Keres Attack Perenyi Gambit (B90)

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cd4 4. Nd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e6 7. g4 e5 8. Nf5 g6 9. g5 gf5 10. ef5 d5 11. Qf3 d4 12. O-O-O Nbd7 13. Bd2 dc3 14. Bc3 Bg7 15. Rg1 O-O 16. gf6 Qf6 17. Qe3 Kh8 18. f4 Qb6 19. Qg3 Qh6 20. Rd6 f6 21. Bd2 e4 22. Bc4 b5 23. Be6 Ra7 24. Rc6 a5 25. Be3 Rb7 26. Bd5 Rb8 27. Rc7 b4 28. b3 Rb5 29. Bc6 Rf5 30. Rc8 Rc8 31. Bd7 Rcc5 32. Bf5 Rf5 33. Rd1 Kg8 34. Qg2

Judit Polgar was born July 23, 1976 in Hungary. She defeated an international master when she was 10 years old and an international grandmaster when she was 11. In 1991, she became a grandmaster at the age of 15 years and 4 months. At the time she was the youngest ever grandmaster. She has clearly been the best female chess player ever. Her peak position in the FIDE rating list was number eight.

Opposing Polgar in this game is the present world champion, Viswanathan Anand who was seven years older. Polgar showed she was old enough and strong enough. However, both Polgar and Anand did not excel in the tournament in which this game was played. The event was Dos Hermanas 1999. The contestants and their scores were: Adams 6, Kramnik 5.5, Topalov 5, Illescas Cordoba 5, Gelfand 4.5, Karpov 4.5, Korchnoi 4, Anand 3.5, Svidler 3.5, and Polgar 3.5. Considering the ratings of the players, each one of them achieved a GM norm score. The winner, Adams, had three wins and six draws in nine games. No other player had more than two wins. Anand actually had no wins. Polgar did win two games, but lost four.

The opening became a Najdorf Variation of the Sicilian Defense. The excitement was kicked up a notch with the Hungarian Attack or (Bela) Perneyi Variation with 7.g4. There are numerous game references and much analysis showing that players who step into this line are risk takers.
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25 Comments

  1. Could we have a series of Judith Polgar vs world champions?

  2. Ella es una gran jugadora y puede ganarle a los mejores algún partido pero si se fijan en las estadísticas excepto con un gran maestro que pierde por un partido de diferencia en todo con todos los demás pierde por amplísimo margen.

  3. you should either record video in another time, when you not making that throat sound every half minute or you should cut it off from video.. good video, but this annoyance kinda ruined it..

  4. judit's attack moves are so beautiful, she was born a true attacker

  5. I love the style of Judit Polgar. Not so defensive like Karpow.

  6. She was probably the strongest IM ever because at 12 she was already ranked 55th in the world.

  7. Is Judit the greatest female player of all time? Um, yes… I mean, if you are going by achievements and results, but then, what else would you go by?

  8. we all see games where people have lost or won.
    But rarely any game is uploaded where Judit is crushed.

  9. I hate feminism NOWADAYS, but I think chess is still male dominated, all tournaments are 99% men. Also, why would we add Women Grandmaster? Just grandmaster should be fine for naming female chess masters

  10. Why didn't Anand play Qxf4 with check forcing a trade of queens and being up a piece in the endgame at 5:12? Judit's attack would have been much less effective with the queens going off the board.

  11. I must say she is one of my favorite chess players. Her games always make me happy.

  12. The "Great Lady" of our beloved game. She will ALWAYS have a special place in our hearts. I'm a guy, with sometimes chauvinistic ideas, but when it comes to JP, I simply BOW. What makes her even more respectable (and adorable) to my eyes is that she made a family. NOT easy. See how many top masters haven't managed to do so. That is success and happiness in life in and outside the board.
    And, PLEASE, stop refering to some weird tv heroess – Mrs Polgar is the exact opposite: a chess genius CAN be a normal person – you don't have to be a wacko to be good at chess…

  13. Mann, that moves that lead to pinning both of rooks was awesome. 👏

  14. I AM THE RATTIEST F*****G DUDE ALIVE. "Are you not entertained yet?"

  15. What do u think of queens gambit series. How realistic is it

  16. I came to know about her while reading Atomic Habits

  17. Watching this after judit annihilated magnus in 15 moves QUEEN for a reason

  18. Polgar won the majority of her speed games against Fischer, who stayed with the family, or visited, when he was on the lam.

  19. Really admire Judit Polgar. Such brilliancy. Relentless attack.

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