Randall Hough

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Randall Hough (born 1946) is a chess expert, and a former member of the Executive Board of the United States Chess Federation.

Randy Hough is an active chess player, and former chess master. He has been a National Tournament Director since 1985,[citation needed] having directed several national championships (including the US Open, US Championship, and National High School), and an International Arbiter since 1989. He served as technical director in the USCF office, 1983–86, on the Executive Board (1990–93, 2006–09), and has chaired several USCF committees. He is also an organizer, Southern California Federation board member, president of his local club, has taught chess in the public schools, has published dozens of articles in Chess Life, and serves as secretary/treasurer of the Chess Journalists of America. Randall is a Vietnam veteran. With a BA from University of California, Berkeley and an MA from University of California, Riverside, he was a government affairs representative for the City of Los Angeles before retiring in 2005. Nevertheless, an investigation by the United States Secret Service has linked Susan Polgar, another national chess master, to break-ins of Hough's email account.[1]


  1. Loeb, Dylan (July 8, 2010). "Government Filing Connects Polgar to Criminal Case". gambit.blogs.nytimes.com. Retrieved June 5, 2013.

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