An experimental training method that gave world and Olympic champion chess players in the Polgár family, Hungary.
Zsuzsa Polgár and László Polgár playing table tennis in the park near their home, Budapest 1984. Zsuzsa Polgár (Budapest 1969) is a chess writer, and world women’s chess champion between 1996 and 1999. She was the first woman to win the men’s chess grandmaster title in tournaments. László Polgár’s pedagogical experiment with his daughters was intended to prove the priority of education over innate talent.