Nona was the first woman to be awarded the International Chess Federation title of Grandmaster in 1978. She was the Women’s World Chess Champion from 1962â€“78 and successfully competed in several men’s tournaments during her career.
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netflix (Netflix) People all over the world know that no objectionable content of any kind is ever created on this, but the news that is coming out now is really shocking. chess player (Chess Player) Netflix sues 5 million for defamation (Defamation Case) has been filed. A Georgian former chess world champion’s $5 million lawsuit against Netflix will go ahead after he claimed he was defamed in an episode of ‘The Queen’s Gambit,’ a Los Angeles judge has ruled .
Netflix sued for 5 million
Hindustan Times According to the report, chess grandmaster Nona Gaprindashvili, 80, filed a lawsuit in September claiming that a line from the series in which a character claims she “never faced men” in her career was “extremely sexist and weak”. Nona faced dozens of male contestants until 1968, the year in which the wildly popular limited series ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ was primarily set.
Lawyers for Netflix tried to dismiss the lawsuit on the grounds that the series is a work of fiction and therefore covered through the First Amendment to the US Constitution, which protects free speech. But Federal Judge Virginia Phillips rejected his motion on Thursday, noting that “the fact that the series was a fictional work does not absolve Netflix from liability for defamation if all the elements of defamation are otherwise present.” “
The Queen’s Gambit, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, is based on the 1983 novel by Walter Tevis and tells the story of a young orphan who becomes the world’s greatest chess player. While the central character Beth Harmon is fictional, the series features several real-life chess players, including Nona Gaprindashvili.
Have participated in many men’s tournaments
Nona was the first woman to be awarded the International Chess Federation title of Grandmaster in 1978. She was the Women’s World Chess Champion from 1962â€“78 and successfully competed in several men’s tournaments during her career, winning at least two such titles. And in many other ended strongly. The Queen’s Gambit mistakenly referred to her as a Russian and claimed she never competed against men in a mansion. Nona called it “outrageous…misinformation”.