We are brothers Glib and David who love to travel, study and play chess. The purpose of our page is to popularize chess among youth and conduct interest for beginner players. We challenge players to play chess in different countries, analyze games, and, most importantly, destroy the stereotype that chess is a boring game. You will have the opportunity to investigate our daily lives: how we train and participate in tournaments. Watch our YouTube channel, link to Facebook Page and Twitch Account. Play with us on Chess.com - Glib Dunikov and David Dunikov
We both studied at NEST+m, one of the best G&T schools in New York City. We played on the school's chess team. We won several important tournaments: Glib has won 3rd grade: 2019 National Champions—1st place team in the United States with schoolmates, David was 3rd in K-1 Championship section at 54th Greater NY Scholastics 2020. Today Glib is a part of Team Canada U10.
We are looking for an opportunity to grow our skills. We love math and chess and we want to create positive changes. We always looking to learn more and are open to taking on challenging projects. Our dream to graduate from the university and became Grandmasters in Chess.
Giorgi Bakhtadze is the 1992 World Youth under 12 champion and tied for first place in the World Youth Under 16 Championships in 1996. He is an eleven-time Georgian Youth National Champion and became an International Master at the age of 17. He represented the Republic of Georgia in the 1999 European Team Chess Championship. For more than a decade, Giorgi has been teaching chess in NYC. He taught the boys at the Nest+M chess team, as succeded with the team in Orlando, US.
Title: International Master
Roman Khaetsky - Merited Coach of Ukraine, International Master, Master of Sports of Ukraine. Honors Degree at Lviv University (2002). Currently obtaining his Ph.D. at Kyiv University In his 16 years as a trainer, he has developed many champions and medal winners in Ukrainian and European championships. In 2008, Roman Khaetsky’s students won 8 medals at the School European Chess Championship (2 Golds, 4 Silvers, 2 Bronzes). Student Aleksandr Bortnyk is World Champion U18 (2014, South Africa). Founder of 123chess.me platform for Online chess education.
We are the Champions