|Born|| 1 July 1966
|Title||FIDE Master (1993)|
|Peak rating||2345 (Jan 1993)|
Martin Paul Dreyer (born 1 July 1966, New Zealand) is a chess FIDE Master (FM).
Dreyer has represented New Zealand in three Chess Olympiads in Novi Sad 1990, Manila 1992, and Yerevan 1996. His best result was in 1992 when he scored 6.5/9, finishing in 9th place on the reserve board.
Dreyer won the New Zealand Chess Championship in Dunedin 1991/92, and jointly with Russell Dive and Robert Smith in Wellington 1995/96. He also jointly won the New Zealand Rapid Chess Championship in 1994/95.
Dreyer was awarded the FIDE Master (FM) title in 1992. Dreyer is a former Councillor of the New Zealand Chess Federation and a member of the Howick Pakuranga Chess Club.
Martin Dreyer has been married since 2003 to Gemma Dreyer. They have two children. Martin is currently the Managing Director of D & D Financial Consultants, a leading NZ Accounting firm specialising in Property Taxation.