Kavalek in Huffington: Women in chess a few tales (Part 2)
After WWII Russian ladies had the World Championship title, but in 1962 they were replaced by two Georgian players who dominated women's chess for nearly thirty years. Then the Chinese took over, their dynasty only briefly interrupted by champions from Hungary, Bulgaria and Russia. In part two of his Huffington Post column GM Lubomir Kavalek retraces history with some exciting games.
Posted: Sun 20 May 2012