Tuesday, 21 January 2014 00:00

Grandmaster Susan Polgar presents Chess Strategy and Decision-Making

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Grandmaster Susan Polgar presents a lecture at the free event on Chess Strategy and Decision-Making at Webster University.

The event will be streamed via webex.  Interested people can get their information in their website http://webster.edu/business-and-technology/news-and-events/speaker-series/susan-polgar.html.

 

Susan Polgar’s lecture will highlight the vital points of successful strategic thinking while playing the game of chess. It is expected that her insights are sure to draw upon ways that can lead a player to perform better and become superior leaders. Following the presentation, guests are invited to challenge members of Webster University's no 1 national ranked championship teams to a game of chess.

 

Webster University arranges this lecture as a success to significance speaker series, presented by George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology; this event will take place at the Webster University East academic Building, room 253/262. 545 Garden Avenue. St. Louis, MO 63119.

 

The event is a free event, but RSVP is required to reserve your seat. The presentation will be held at Webster University's East Academic Building, 545 Garden Avenue. If you have any query regarding the event or lecture you can email Webster @edu or call 314-246-5951.

 

Susan Polgar , a five-time Olympic Gold Medalist and four-time Women's World Champion,  is at present the Director, Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence (SPICE). She won her first world title by winning the World Chess Championship for Girls under 16 at the age of 12.  A few years later, she became the first woman in history to qualify for the Men's World Chess Championship and then subsequently settled for the Men's Grandmaster title. 

 

Polgar at present shares her passion for the game through the Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence where she coaches Webster University's team, that has been named  as  #1 ranked Division I Collegiate chess team in the U.S.

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