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Boris Avrukh is a chess grandmaster and author of several books on chess openings. He is known for his expertise in the Grunfeld Defense and has written several books on the subject, including "1.d4 - A Reliable Repertoire for the Improving Player" and "Grandmaster Repertoire 16: The Grunfeld Defense."
He has won World Under-12 Championship, the Israeli Chess Championship (twice) and participated in Chess Olympiads 6 times. He has trained some of the best players in the world like GM Radjabov, GM Kramnik, GM Caruana, GM Wesley So, and many more. He was also one of the team members assisting GM Boris Gelfand during the World Championship against GM Viswanathan Anand.
Boris is known for his deep understanding of chess theory and his ability to find creative and original solutions to complex chess positions.
Farrukh Amonatov is a chess grandmaster from Tajikistan. Farrukh began playing chess at a young age and quickly rose through the ranks, becoming an International Master in 2002 and a Grandmaster in 2005. He has competed in numerous national and international chess tournaments, including the World Chess Championship and the Chess Olympiad. Farrukh has also worked as a chess coach and trainer, helping to develop the skills of aspiring chess players.
Considered one of the top trainers in the world today, Farrukh was the Asian Under-16 champion in 1992. Farrukh was also the coach of the Youth Russian team and is currently training many exciting young talents from Russia, India, Kazakhstan and the USA.
R. B. Ramesh is an Indian chess grandmaster and coach.
Known as the Super Coach of India, Grand Master R.B. Ramesh is one of the most successful chess coaches in the world today. He won the British Chess Championship in 2002 and the Commonwealth Games in 2007. He also served as the coach of the Indian Olympiad team in the years 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018.
GM Ramesh has trained more than 10 Grand Masters and has produced multiple global champions in different age categories, this includes Praggnanandhaa - till recently the youngest International Master in the history of the game.