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  • Silman

    IM Jeremy Silman

    Check out my two websites: www.jeremysilman.com, which has a large collection of chess book reviews with new reviews appearing every month, and www.silmansasianmoviereviews.com which reviews Asian film.

  • News

    Chess.com Webmaster

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  • MikeKlein

    FM Mike Klein

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    Company Contact and News Accreditation:  Email: Mike@chess.com Phone: 1 (800) 318-2827 Address: PO Box 60400 Palo Alto, CA 94306 Mike Klein began playing chess at the age of four in Charlotte, NC. In 1986, he lost to Josh Waitzkin at the National Championship featured in the movie "Searching for Bobby Fischer." A year later, Mike became the youngest member of the very first All-America Chess Team, and was on the team a total of eight times. In 1988, he won the K-3 National Championship, and eventually became North Carolina's youngest-ever master. In 1996, he won clear first for under-2250 players in the top section of the World Open. Mike has taught chess full-time for a dozen years in New York City and Charlotte, with his students and teams winning many national champion...

  • LuisFSiles

    FM Luis Fernández Siles

    Maestro FIDE y entrenador de ajedrez. Editor y director de Capakhine, la revista de ajedrez para los niños y sus padres. Siempre pensando en crear contenidos que puedan ser útiles para el progreso ajedrecístico. Creativo, bloguero, youtuber y un poco friki Twitch: http://twitch.tv/luisfsiles Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/entrenadordeajedrez Twitter: https://twitter.com/capakhine Web personal: http://entrenadordeajedrez.com Blog: http://entrenadorajedrez.blogspot.com.es Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/luisfsiles Revista de ajedrez para niños y monitores: http://capakhine.es

  • SamCopeland

    NM Sam Copeland

    Sam Copeland is the Director of International Content and Social Media for Chess.com. Sam loves a good game of chess and plays a mediocre game of chess. Sam earned the National Master title in 2012. In 2014, Sam returned to his home state of South Carolina where he started Strategery: Chess and Games to grow scholastic chess in SC. Twitch: /SamCopeland Twitter: /Sam_Copeland Company Contact and News Accreditation:  Email: sam@chess.com Phone: 1 (800) 318-2827 Address: PO Box 60400 Palo Alto, CA 94306

  • Gserper

    GM Gregory Serper

    When in 1985 Greg Serper was invited to the famous Kasparov-Botvinnik school, he was really inspired by Kasparov's story. Garry insisted that he was destined to become the 13th World Champion since he was born on April 13. Since Greg was born on September 14 he saw it as a very good omen. Alas, this great sign was enough only to tie for first in the World Junior Championship (1988) and win the European Junior Championship (1989), World Open (1999) and a bunch of national and international tournaments. These days Greg teaches chess full time, writes a weekly column for Chess.com, and is proud to have dozens of National and State Champions among his students.

  • pete


    I am the senior editor at Chess.com.  My duties include managing the content calendar, maintaining editorial quality, and working with the rest of our talented staff to bring you the best chess articles, videos, news, and events on Chess.com. I am perhaps best-known for my aptly named column, "Pete's Pathetic Chess."

  • CHESScom

    Chess Com

    A messaging bot for Chess.com! To learn more about our team, visit https://www.chess.com/about    NOTE: I am an automated user account and cannot answer questions. If you need support, please contact https://support.chess.com. Thank you!

  • davidkaufmann

    David Kaufmann

    Passion, hard work and resiliency. These three words characterize David Kaufmann, a Vegan Marketing Professional with passion for Innovation, Growth and Data Analysis. I am really grateful to be able to work at Chess.com and specially for having such great teammates.  I learned to play chess when I was 4 and I love to play it regulary, both online and over the board. Do not hesitate to send me a challenge

  • batgirl

    S B C

      Sarah Beth, aka "batgirl,"  unlike most of the Article authors on Chess.com, has neither talents nor credentials. What she does have is a two-decade long passion for time-consuming, tedious, historical research and a penchant for transposing her findings into words and stories. Her belief is that the value of Chess extends far beyond the champions, beyond the great games played or the theories advanced.  The value of Chess lies in how it affects each individual who embraces it.  And that's where all stories begin.  

  • TheGadfly1897

    GM Alexander Ipatov

      FIDE : 2665, USCF : 2713. 2012 World Junior  Champion. MBA student at Saint Louis University.    

  • GMKrikor

    GM Krikor Sevag Mekhitarian

    ChessTV Brasil: https://www.twitch.tv/chesscom_xadrez - Torneio semanal toda terça-feira às 19:30!! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/GMKrikor Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gmkrikor 

  • ChessKid


    ChessKid.com is the scholastic extension of Chess.com, and is #1 chess website for kids! Safe, fun and educational - ChessKid has a curriculum (both written and interactive on the site) to help take kids from beginner to "serious tournament player" level. This account is used to publish updates and articles about ChessKid.com and the special events held on this site. 

  • danheisman

    NM Dan Heisman

    Hosted Chess.com's "Q&A with Coach Heisman" TV show first Friday of each month for several years. Authored 12 chess books. Authored the Novice Nook column for Chess Cafe (Best Column in North America 3 times; six times Best Instruction). Dan has 350+ instructional videos on the ICC. A full-time chess instructor since 1996. Always glad to field questions via his website www.danheisman.com, phone/skype (preferred), email, Chess.com, or the ICC. Hold the FIDE title of "CM". Visit our Dan Heisman Learning Center group here at Chess.com.

  • Mel_OCinneide

    Mel Ó Cinnéide

    I've been a competitive chess player since my teens. Have played in umpteen national and international tournaments, including representing Ireland in the Moscow Olympiad 1994 and European Team Championships 1997. Am not playing so seriously nowadays, but my results aren't that much worse, so perhaps playing seriously is a bad idea!

  • PROChessLeague

    PRO Chess League

    The official account of the PRO Chess League.

  • TigerChess


    Hi! My name is Tiger. I'm a huge fan of chess (just like you) and I help Chess.com keep their content organized by writing Video Guides for Chess.com and ChessKid.com. Most of what I've done can be seen here and it's designed to help members find the videos they need to improve at the game they love. I also contribute to special content projects when I can/am needed and I love bringing humor and fun to all things I write about chess. I'm a 1900 USCF rated "over the board" player and I love playing on Chess.com. Although, I haven't played competitively in years, so I may be a bit rusty. I also build websites on the side. You can find my work here.

  • Anna_Rudolf

    IM Anna_Rudolf

    Hello there, dear chess fan! Good to see you again  2018 for me will be a year with loooooads of streams! Come and join the fun on www.twitch.tv/Anna_Chess for my "Anna in Wonderland" shows and follow the PRO Chess League where I commentate on the Eastern Division with the one and only GingerGM!    

  • louisathomas

    Louisa Thomas

    Louisa Thomas is an American writer, author of two books (including Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams), a regular contributor to NewYorker.com, former writer and editor at Grantland.com, and "obsessed" with tennis and chess. You can follow her on Twitter. 

  • GeorgMeier

    GM Georg Meier

    GM Georg Meier is a popular article and video author on Chess.com, known for his deep positional sense and simple explanations of complex strategic ideas.

  • FishThatRoared

    Jon Jacobs

    FM Jon Jacobs. Best known in the chess community for: Author of the forthcoming book, The Fish That Roared: a collection of brilliant upsets by club players (rated below 2000). See my upsets-focused Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/942969445790845/ Anti-cheating activist: led a petition to USCF in 2005; organized Chess Cheating Town Meeting in 2006 that drew wide attention in and out of the chess world Leading US Junior competitor in early 1970s (finished tied 1st in Junior Open in '72; Pennsylvania Open Champion '73; member of Pan Am Intercollegiate Championship team in '75) Author of several award-winning Chess Life articles since 2005. Most recently, "How to Lose to a 1400", published August 2016, won CJA award for Best Humorous Contribution, plus honorable mention for Be...

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  • djgwards

    IM Teddy Coleman

    A former president of the Harvard chess club, IM Teddy Coleman is a popular video and article author on Chess.com. In the inaugural season of the PRO Chess League, Coleman played for the San Francisco Mechanics.

  • jimmysoni

    Jimmy Soni

    Co-author of the first-ever biography of Claude Shannon, A Mind At Play. Author. Brooklynite.

  • Vik-Hansen

    Rune Vik-Hansen

    Greetings, all and sundry Our great friend, LadyCrysania, whom we've known since June 2007, introduced us to Chess.com so we'll give it a whack. Being a trained philosopher, we have worked as a teacher at all levels. In our spare time(!) between writing articles, chronicles, essays and stories, we try to work out and practice our guitar, fingerpicking being our speciality and having recently discovered Jerry Reed and his banjo style adapted to guitar.   On principle, we befriend only people we have known for some time, talked to or met outside the web. Take care, and see you there. Rune

  • UncleMarcin
  • erik


    [Please Note: Don't send me Tech Support, Abuse Reports, or other "Site" issues. Please contact Chess.com Support for those kinds of things. But I do love thank you notes and personal messages! Thank you!] I am the guy who put Chess.com together - who came up with the site vision, put together an amazing team (Jay, Piotr, Igor, and others), and then worked day and night to design the site and get it going. I have 3 beautiful daughters, one wild son, and a wonderful wife! I learned chess when I was 8 years old, but didn't really pick it back up until about 15 years ago. Since then I have been playing, studying, and enjoying it regularly. I prefer semi-open and closed positions that blow up tactically (like the Closed Sicilian, King's Indian, Glek etc). I'm also "chesscom" on reddit.

  • DavidLevyLondon

    David Levy

    "David Neil Laurence Levy (born 14 March 1945) is a British International Master of chess, a businessman noted for his involvement with computer chess and artificial intelligence, and the founder of the Computer Olympiads and the Mind Sports Olympiads. He has written more than 40 books on chess and computers." - Wikipedia

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  • dpruess

    IM David Pruess

    Hi! My videos: http://www.chess.com/videos/library?author=dpruess My youtube channel with more chess videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/chesscomdpruess My twitch channel with more chess content: https://www.twitch.tv/dpruess Enjoy! I've also created (with a team) a strategy card game: www.labmayhem.com. Give it a try if you are looking for another game :-)

  • KajaMSnare


    Kaja Snare, 27, lives in Oslo. She is a sports journalist for NRK and has been covering chess and hosting chess shows for Norwegian television for three years. She worked on the international broadcast during the world championship in New York. Kaja has been to the Olympics in Brazil covering handball, and has traveled covering winter sports, cycling, tennis and football (soccer). When at home, Kaja is a sports anchor. 

  • DanielRensch

    IM Daniel Rensch

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    Vice President of Content & Professional Relations for Chess.com. International Master Danny Rensch is best known for his videos and chess.com/tv shows - but also writes educational articles, publishes breaking chess news, and organizes the details for Chess.com's biggest events, like the Grandmaster Blitz Battle Championships, Blitz Death Matches, the ChessKid.com National Invitational Championship and more! Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielrensch Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/danielrensch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danielrensch Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Rensch Company Address: P.O. Box 60400 Palo Alto, CA 94306 Company Phone: 1 (800) 318-2827

  • Rabachess

    GM Rashad Babaev