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Cyborg Samay (1300)

Samay Raina is an Indian stand-up comedian who has played an incredible role in popularizing Chess during the COVID lockdown. Some of his most viewed chess videos include collaborations with Chess Grandmasters like Vishy Anand, Magnus Carlsen, Vidit Gujrathi, Judit Polgar, Anish Giri, Teimour Radjabov, Robert Hess and many more chess players. He also regularly streams with Vidit Gujrathi and Sagar Shah, is one of the most popular Indian Chess content creator.

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Cyborg Sagar (2200)

IM Sagar Shah is an Indian chess player and International Master with two GM norms. He is the CEO of ChessBase India. Sagar Shah is also an Chartered Accountant. His YouTube channel ChessBase India covers a lot of chess tournaments. He also provides instructive videos about openings, chess traps and learning chess.

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Cyborg Vidit (2700)

GM Vidit Gujrathi is an Indian Chess Grandmaster. As of January 2021, he is the third highest rated player in India, with a rating of 2726. He was the Captain of Indian team in FIDE Online Chess Olympiad 2020, where India and Russia were declared joint winners. He also won the Biel Chess Festival Grandmaster tournament in 2019. Apart from winning tons of medals for India, he also streams chess, and also dabbling into stand-up comedy as well.

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