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Vladimir Feldman

Vladimir Feldman at the Oceania Zonal Chess Championship, Rotorua 2011.
Country Australia
Born 13 September 1959
Zhitomir, Ukraine
Title International Master
FIDE Trainer
Peak rating 2399 (January 2000)

Vladimir Feldman (born 13 Sep 1959 in Zhitomir, Ukraine) is an Australian chess International Master (IM) and experienced chess coach. Feldman has a master's degree in Chess Coaching from the State Institute of Physical Culture, Moscow. He gained the International Master title after winning the 1999 Oceania Zonal Chess Championship held on the Gold Coast, Australia.

Feldman won the City of Sydney Chess Championship in 1993 and 1994, and the New South Wales Chess Championship in 1995.

After winning the Oceania Zonal Chess Championship, Feldman went on to represent Australia in the FIDE World Chess Championship 1999 where he was eliminated in round 1 by Jordi Magem Badals from Spain.

Feldman was awarded the FIDE Trainer title in 2005.

Feldman represented Australia in the 2008 World Mind Sport Games in Beijing, China. He also represented Canberra, Australia in the 2012 World Cities Chess Team Championship in Al-Ain, UAE.

Feldman is the co-owner of "Chess Masters", a chess coaching business in Sydney, Australia with his wife IM Irina Berezina.