A child prodigy of chess who has made all the right moves on the way to maturity and motherhood
Robert Crampton
Published at 12:01AM, November 3 2012

No use denying it, despite having read that she wasn’t, I went to this interview thinking Judit Polgár would be awkward. Not awkward bolshie but awkward peculiar. Conversationally tricky.
Why did I think that? Because since she was a very little girl, Polgár has been a public figure, a celebrity of sorts, albeit one seated on a narrow stage, and yet even so pinned in a spotlight of scrutiny and expectation. And because, even by the outlandish standards set by those with exceptional ability at the game of chess, Polgár had an extravagantly unusual childhood. 

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