Anish Giri: „ChessBase is the software you really need. It is definitely essential and useful.“
GM Rustam Kasimdzhanov: "Nowadays I don’t know a single chess player, amateur or 2800, that does not use ChessBase, and for good reason."
GM Maxime Vachier Lagrave: "I grew up when ChessBase was almost the only web site for chess, and it helped me to follow tournaments, when I was a kid. Of course I still use the software."
GM Hou Yifan (World Champion 2010-2017): "When people asked me to recommend software for chess, the first word that come to my mind is ChessBase. I have used it for all of my chess career."
GM Vishy Anand (World Champion 2007 – 2013): "ChessBase 15 - awesome! Love the reference and the replay so far. The search booster alone makes life better!"
GM Xie Jun (Former World Champion): "Chess Base have companied my chess study for many years, it is a wonderful program and web site."
GM Adrian Mikhalchishin: "I like CBM in different ways - as a reader, I prefer the Endgame Corner by Karsten Mueller - really well done. As a trainer, I use CBM Tactics to warm up my pupils, sometimes Opening Surveys, which are useful for certain openings and sometimes Strategy, the subjects of which are always instructive."
GM Le Quang Liem: "ChessBase is amazing, great software for chess players. It has changed the way chess players prepare and study chess – a very good thing for us."
GM Teimour Radjabov: "I have been using CBM for a long time and it is very useful, because you can see all the recent games, annotated by the best players in the world."
GM Dorian Rogozenko: "ChessBase is an absolute must-have tool, whether you want to get to the top, or just improve your chess understanding at any level."
GM Vishy Anand (World Champion 2007 – 2013): "ChessBase has changed the chess world forever. It is more or less unthinkable now not to work with it."
GM Daniel King: "ChessBase is essential for instant access to past games, allowing one to prepare new ideas for the future."
GM Garry Kasparow (World Champion 1985-2000): "ChessBase is the greatest development for chess since the invention of the printing press."