Judit Polgar is known for her aggressive chess style, which makes her a perfect role model for this tactics training series. One hundred training exercises are offered, in which the strongest female chess player in the world blows her opponents off the board with sparkling tactics. The puzzles start at a moderate level, and then gradually get more difficult. Are you up for the challenge? Judit Polgar (1976) is regarded as the strongest female chess player in history. For more than 25 years (1989-2015) she was ranked #1 in the Women's World Rankings. In 2005 Polgar became # 8 of the world, which was her highest ranking on the Men's Rating List.
Frank Erwich (1984) is an experienced (national) chess coach in the Netherlands, winner of twelve Dutch national youth championships and has a Master's Degree in Psychology.