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EO 51.5
Equalish but rich in possibilities
EO Anti-Grünfeld Line
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 131 (2019)

KF 9.12
The World Champion's choice with white
KF 4.Bc4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 126 (2018)

EO 3.3
Reversed Dragon - is the provocative 6...Bc5 viable?
EO Reversed Dragon 3/4...d5
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 125 (2017)

EO 3.11
Structure versus Bishops
EO Reversed Dragon 3/4...d5
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 119 (2016)

EO 46.11
More than Just an Experiment?
EO Symmetrical with d2-d4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 118 (2016)

SL 6.6
New Positional Trends in the Anti-Moscow
SL Moscow Variation 5.Bg5 h6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 116 (2015)

VO 22.9
More Flexibility in the Pseudo-Bogo
VO Keres Defence 2...Bb4+
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 110 (2014)

RL 7.1
When Should Black Open the Centre?
RL Berlin Defence 3...Nf6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 109 (2013)

RL 12.3
Is the Fianchetto Set-Up Comfortable against the 5.d3 System?
RL Early Divergences after 3...a6 4.Ba4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 107 (2013)

SL 1.7
An Exchange Slav Hybrid
SL Slow Slav 4.e3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 106 (2013)

EO 36.7
Still Good for an Initiative
EO Symmetrical with d7-d5
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 101 (2011)

EO 64.10
Staying on English Territory
EO Early Divergences
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 95 (2010)

PU 11.1
The Extravagant 5.a3
PU Austrian Attack 4.f4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 90 (2009)

EO 40.1
Tickling Black's Achilles' Heel
EO Symmetrical: Fianchetto with d4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 88 (2008)

PU 16.7
The Double-Edged 7.a4 - Part II
PU Classical Main Line 4.Nf3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 85 (2007)

PU 16.7
The Double-Edged 7.a4 - Part I
PU Classical Main Line 4.Nf3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 84 (2007)

PU 13.11
Still Dangerous for Black - Part II
PU Austrian Attack 4.f4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 81 (2006)

PU 13.11
Still Dangerous for Black - Part I
PU Austrian Attack 4.f4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 80 (2006)

PU 16.7
Unjustly Neglected - Part II
PU Classical Main Line 4.Nf3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 80 (2006)

EO 53.8
Aiming for a More Pleasant Position with White
EO Anti-Grünfeld Line
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 79 (2006)

RL 20.13
Concrete Developments in Grischuk's Line
RL Closed Lines 8...d6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 78 (2006)

RL 20.8
Concrete Developments in Grischuk's Line
RL Closed Lines 8...d6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 78 (2006)

CA 5.6
A Waiting Move with the Rook
CA Open Variation 6...dxc4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 76 (2005)

EO 48.13
Can the Double Fianchetto Be Treated Like a Normal Sicilian?
EO Symmetrical: Fianchetto with d4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 75 (2005)

KF 8.2
Basic Principles Confirmed Again
KF 3.Nf3 Pterodactyl
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 75 (2005)

RL 24.14
An Underestimated Line in the Old Chigorin
RL Chigorin Variation 9...Na5
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 74 (2005)

EO 53.8
Compromising the Pawn Structure
EO Anti-Grünfeld Line
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 73 (2004)

PU 9.4
Can White Refute the Pirc with h3 and a3?!
PU The 150 Attack 4.Be3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 73 (2004)

PU 12.05
Restricting White´s Bishop
PU Austrian Attack 4.f4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 68 (2003)

BI 16.06
Chess didn't change that much....
BI Modern Main Line
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 65 (2002)

BI 13.7
The Perfect Move Order
BI Modern Main Line
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 63 (2002)

PU 16.12
Alekhine Structures in the Pirc
PU Classical Main Line 4.Nf3
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 63 (2002)

SI 33.9
Maroczy System: Rab1 vs Nh6
SI Accelerated Dragon 4...g6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 60 (2001)

KI 70.1
'Little' Rook Pawn Moves
KI Fianchetto Variation
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 58 (2001)

RE 9.4
Stonewall vs Stonewall
RE 1...d5 2.c4 e6
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 54 (2000)

PU 11.3
Is an early offensive in the center dangerous?
PU Austrian Attack 4.f4
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 51 (1999)

KI 77.9
With 6...c5 7.dxc5 dxc5
KI Fianchetto Variation
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 44 (1997)

TD 2.4
Can 9.Rb1 be a useful move after all?
TD Semi-Tarrasch
by Mihail Marin

Yearbook 41 (1996)

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