Well of course I know what it is, it's the Twitter account of International Master and financial-misconduct-suspect-about-town Silvio Danailov. I don't see it very often, having been blocked by Silvio some years back.
What I mean is, what's this?
Why has Silvio Danailov got more than fifty thousand followers on Twitter? And how?
It's not unusual for ridiculous numbers to be bandied about in chess and this strikes me as another one. Are there really fifty thousand people who want to follow Silvio Danailov? What would they be following him for?
I mean even Kirsan only has five thousand or so.
All right, that's a Russian-language account; his English-language one has never taken off, in an unusual instance of him failing to come through on his promises.
So perhaps there's a huge audience for seeing chess administrators of dubious reputation make a lot of noise on Twitter - in English if not in Russian. Or, for that matter, Turkish.
Or perhaps there isn't.