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In order to do justice to female chess players, it is the history of chess itself that is reinforced with the publication of this work.

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In order to do justice to female chess players, it is the history of chess itself that is reinforced with the publication of this work.

In its controversial content, the female origin of the game is postulated or that women withdrew from the board to avoid social conflicts with the male, which soon gave way to pleasant skepticism thanks to an entertaining reading scattered with data in support of their thesis.

It is interesting to know that the first problem recorded has a young woman as its central character; that there is abundant pictorial-literary testimony of female passion for gambling during the Middle Ages; that Santa Teresa de Jesús was more a chess player than a devotee; that we owe it to an aristocrat, Isabella d’Este, to play with black and white pieces; that it was a woman, Fisher, one of the few people to beat El Turco; along with a long list of reasons that will force us to rethink the sexist debate on women and chess from top to bottom.

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Format
21 x 29,7 cm.
Pages
182
ISBN
978-84-120686-0-3
EAN-13
9788412068603

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