This paper proposes using a WiFi-based identification system, Wi-ID, to identify users from their unique hand gestures. Hand gestures from the popular game rock-paper-scissors are utilized for the system’s user authentication commands. The whole feature of three hand gestures is extracted instead of the single gesture feature extracted by the existing methods. Dynamic time warping (DTW) is utilized to analyze the amplitude information in the time domain based on linear discriminant analysis (LDA), while extract amplitude kurtosis (AP-KU) and shape skewness (SP-SK) are utilized to analyze the Wi-Fi signals energy distribution in the frequency domain. Based on the contributions of the extracted features, the random forests algorithm is utilized for weight inputs in the LSTM model. The experiment is conducted on a computer installed with an Intel 5300 wireless networking card to evaluate the effectiveness and robustness of the Wi-ID system. The experiment results showed the accuracy of the proposed Wi-ID system has a personal differentiation accuracy rate over 92%, and with an average accuracy of 96%. Authorized persons who performed incomplete hand gestures are identified with an accuracy of 92% and hostile intruders can be identified with a probability of 90%. Such performance demonstrates that the Wi-ID system achieved the aim of user authentication.