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As far as I know, there’s only one Hungarian educator with magic powers, and (like all good wizards) his secrets are maddeningly hard to find.Laszlo Polgar studied intelligence in university, and decided he had discovered the basic principles behind raising any child to be a genius.
The Polgars had 50,000 hours of chess practice each by the time they were adults, presumably enough to make them quintuple-experts.
And the contrary claims – like the one that Bobby Fischer’s IQ was in the 180s – are less well-sourced (although Fischer was the son of a Hungarian-Jewish mathematician, so who knows? If it were possible to be a chess world champion with an IQ of 135, then maybe it’s possible to be a “mere” grandmaster with IQs in the high 120s and low 130s.
And it’s just barely plausible that some sufficiently smart people might have three kids who all have IQs in the high 120s and low 130s. 2% of people have IQs in the high 120s or low 130s, but 2% of people aren’t the top-ranked female chess player in the world. “Practice” seems like an obvious part of the picture.
Their mother and father were both well-educated teachers interested in stuff like developmental psychology.
They had every possible biological advantage and I’m sure that helped.
J Levitt proposes an equation to estimate a chess player’s IQ from their chess score.
It suggests that chess grandmasters probably have IQs above 160.
He wrote a book called Bring Up Genius and recruited an interested woman to marry him so they could test his philosophy by raising children together.
He said a bunch of stuff on how ‘natural talent’ was meaningless and so any child could become a prodigy with the right upbringing.
Plugging the Polgar sisters’ chess scores into his equation, I get IQs in the range of 150, 160, and 170 for the three sisters. Even if both Polgar parents were 170-IQ themselves, regression to the mean predicts that their children would have IQs around 140 to 150.
It’s mathematically possible for there to be an IQ that predicts you would have three children of 150, 160, and 170, but I doubt any living people have it, and even if they did there’s no way they would marry somebody else equally gifted.
He points out that there are many chess masters who have practiced much less than the Polgar sisters but are better than they are.