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Ana Matnadze - Queen Tamara, chess and women | EXPOCHESS CONGRESS

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Would you like to know the story of a woman who has triumphed in chess, a sport dominated by men? Would you like to know how she is inspired by Queen Tamara of Georgia, one of the most admired rulers of the Middle Ages? Would you like to learn from her advice and experiences to improve your game and your life?
If the answer is yes, don't miss this talk by Ana Matnadze, a chess grandmaster representing Spain. Ana tells us about her personal and sporting career, from her beginnings in her native country, Georgia, to her international successes. She tells us about her passion for chess, a game that she considers a form of expression and empowerment. She tells us about her admiration for Queen Tamara of Georgia, a woman who ruled with wisdom and courage in the 12th century, and who inspired the epic poem “The Knight in the Tiger's Skin,” a masterpiece of literature. Georgian. She tells us about her apprenticeship with Nona Gaprindashvili, the first woman to obtain the title of grandmaster, and how she is respected by other prominent players such as Judit Polgár and Sabrina Vega. She tells us about the importance of equality and respect between men and women in chess and in life.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet one of the best chess players in the world, who shares her secrets and her dreams with us. As Ana says, “You have to teach them that there is only one way to do things – and that is by doing them.”

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