Yaacov (Yacov) Bleiman (Hebrew: יעקב בליימן; September 8, 1947, Vilnius – June, 2004) was a Lithuanian–Israeli chess master.
In 1965, Bleiman played in World Junior Championship in Barcelona (Bojan Kurajica won). In 1971, he tied for 7-8th in Netanya (Lubomir Kavalek and Bruno Parma won). In 1976, he tied for 3-4th in Netanya (Avraham Kaldor and Itchak Radashkovich won).
Bleiman spent a decade designing a smart bomb that in 2003 was procured by the Israeli Air Force for its F-16 fighter jets.
He played for Israel in three Chess Olympiads.
- In 1970, at second reserve board in 19th Olympiad in Siegen (+4 –0 =5);
- In 1974, at first reserve board in 21st Olympiad in Nice (+6 –1 =8);
- In 1978, at fourth board in 23rd Olympiad in Buenos Aires (+3 –1 =3).
He also represented Israel in 7th European Team Chess Championship at Skara 1980.
Bleiman was awarded the International Master (IM) title in 1971.