"Three women, Maia Chiburdanidze, Polgár, and Hou Yifan, have been ranked in the world's top 100 players."
That is, right now, there are not three women that are top 100 - the number three is the total of women that have been top 100 during all time. My question is, how many men has ever achieved top 100 during all time there has been a top 100 in chess? Even someone just was at position 100 for a week, he would still count.
Furthermore, does it exist some kind of top 100 marathon table in chess (e.g., something like, if you are 1 for a week you get 100 point, if you are 20 for a week you get 80 points, if you are 100 for a week you get 1 point, similar to https://www.worldfootball.net/alltime_table/eng-premier-league/ )? If it exists (couldn't find anything on Google), how many women are in that table?