Mateusz Bartel was born on January 3, 1985 in Warsaw. He gained the International Grandmaster title for the victory he got in the under 18 European Championship in 2003. His peak rating by FIDE is 2658 and his position is 93. Learning chess may not have been out of will but out of a condition. He got chicken pox that made it difficult for him to go anywhere. His brother too was affected and so they had to help each other learn the game as a way of keeping themselves busy and that way he got the skill that he has today. Then they entered a chess club in Warsaw, Polonia. He began to represent his country in the Chess Olympiad in 2006 known as the Turin Olympiad. He played on the fourth board and got 5/10. In the following year, 2008 he played the third board in the Dresden Olympiad and managed a score of 4/7. In 2010, he attended the Khanty Mansiysk Olympiad where he played on the forth board scoring 7 points out of the nine available games. This score brought him a silver medal. In 2007, he went for the 16th Monarch Assurance Isle of the Man International tournament and had a tie from the 1st to the 6th position. In 2012, he went for the Aeroflot Open and he won the event though there was a tie. He is very accomplished since he has won the polish Chess Championship for several consecutive years, namely 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Below there is a summary of some of the best results obtained while playing against his main competitors in different events since 1995. The following are the games that he played at given events. Mateusz Bartel vs Navara in 1995: 0-1, Mateusz Bartel vs Oral in 1999: 0-1, Mateusz, Bartel vs. Styjecki in 2001 0.5-0.5, G Antal vs Mateusz Bartel in 20011-0, Mateusz Bartel vs P Blehm in 20011-0, Mateusz Bartel vsG Kuzmin in 2002 0.5-0.5, Sadvakasov Vs Mateusz Bartel in 20021-0, Mateusz Bartel vs A Iljushin in 20030-1, Mateusz Bartel vs Nijboer in 20030.5-0.5, Mateusz Bartel vs Radjabov in 2004 0-1, A Kovacevic Vs Mateusz Bartel in 2004: 0.5-0.5, Mateusz Bartel vs S Azarov in 2005 0.5-0.5, Z Gyimesi Vs M Bartel in 2005 0.5-0.5, Mateusz Bartel vs R Wojtaszek in 2006 0.5-0.5, Mateusz Bartel vs Iordachescu in 2006 0.5-0.5, R Worjtaszek vs Mateusz Bartel in 2007, 0.5-0.5, V Kunin Vs M Bartel in2007. The above table is a simple sampling of some of the games that Mateusz Bartel played ever since he became active in the chess game. The sampling considers a pair for each given year. An analysis of the above given results is a proof that he is a chess champion indeed. In most of the games in which he represented his country he obtained a victory. The country in return should endeavor to support his efforts and encouraged him to increase his FIDE rating and make them proud. He has great improvement potential and has become a real star in the world of chess.