Alexey Root

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Alexey Wilhelmina Root (née Rudolph), (born 1965) is a chess player, teacher, and writer, who was the 1989 U.S. Women's Chess Champion. She holds the title of Woman International Master, and received a Ph.D. degree from UCLA.

Root is Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas,[1] and has written six books on the relationship between chess and education.



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Preceded by
Anna Akhsharumova
U.S. Women's Chess Champion
Succeeded by
Elena Donaldson