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  • Introduction  Closed
  • Chapter 1: Old History - Greco – NN  Closed
  • Chapter 1: Anderssen – Zukertort  Closed
  • Chapter 1: Morphy – Stanley  Closed
  • Chapter 1: Grünfeld – Alekhine  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Modern Classics - Alatortsev – Kholmov  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Tal – Flesch  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Gomez – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Karpov – Gligoric  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Korchnoi – Polugaevsky  Closed
  • Chapter 2: Knaak – Bronstein  Closed
  • Chapter 3: King in the Center - Vadja – Georgiev  Closed
  • Chapter 3: Kholmov – Keres  Closed
  • Chapter 3: Svidler – Mamedyarov  Closed
  • Chapter 3: Marin – Graf  Closed
  • Chapter 3: Marin – Aleksandrov  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Strong King in the Center - Steinitz – Zukertort  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Portisch – Karpov  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Spassky – Polugaevsky  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Carlsen – So  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Alekhine – Euwe  Closed
  • Chapter 4: Portisch – Pinter  Closed
  • Chapter 5: The Necessity to Attack - Geller – Korchnoi  Closed
  • Chapter 5: Geller – Keres  Closed
  • Chapter 5: Spassky – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 5: Adorjan – Tarjan  Closed
  • Chapter 5: Caruana – Giri  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Premature Attacks - Ivkov – Gheorghiu  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Savon – Korchnoi  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Doroshkievich – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Nunn – Yusupov  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Nunn – Beliavsky  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Mamedyarov – Lenderman  Closed
  • Chapter 6: Anand – Kramnik  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Massive Attack - Rotlewi – Rubinstein  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Cifuentes Parada – Zvjaginsev  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Karpov – Topalov  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Nunn – Thorsteins  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Gurgenidze – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 7: Miles – Spassky  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Attack with Few Pieces - Marin – Inkiov  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Marin – Fressinet  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Ftacnik – Cvitan  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Timman – Adams  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Huebner – Kasparov  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Karpov – Geller  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Marin – Grigore  Closed
  • Chapter 8: Portisch – Ivkov  Closed
  • Chapter 9: From the Queenside to the Kingside - Alekhine – Rubinstein  Closed
  • Chapter 9: Marin – Kiselef  Closed
  • Chapter 9: Polugaevsky – Torre  Closed
  • Chapter 9: Botvinnik – Portisch  Closed
  • Chapter 9: Marin – Torrecillas Martinez  Closed
  • Chapter 9: Saidy – Fischer  Closed
  • Chapter 10: From the Center to the Kingside - Alekhine – Bogoljubov  Closed
  • Chapter 10: Romanishin – Agzamov  Closed
  • Chapter 10: Nepomniachtchi – Vallejo Pons  Closed
  • Chapter 10: Lutz – Ftacnik  Closed
  • Chapter 10: Ivanisevic – Miladinovic  Closed
  • Chapter 11: From Central Tension to Kingside Attack - Marin – Adianto  Closed
  • Chapter 11: Karpov – Kavalek  Closed
  • Chapter 11: Shulman – Ginsburg  Closed
  • Chapter 11: Korchnoi – Svidler  Closed
  • Chapter 11: Penrose – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 11: Polugaevsky – Tal  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Central Counterblow - Bialas – Uhlmann  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Gheorghiu – Ljubojevic  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Keres – Smyslov  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Yusupov – Enders  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Poulsson – Farago  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Shirov – Ivanchuk  Closed
  • Chapter 12: Gulko – Popovic  Closed
  • Chapter 13: Attacking with Quiet Moves - Gulko – Campora  Closed
  • Chapter 13: Smyslov – Ribli  Closed
  • Chapter 13: Portisch – Petrosian  Closed
  • Chapter 13: Miles – Korchnoi  Closed
  • Chapter 13: Speelman – Uhlmann  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Attack in the Endgame - Short – Beliavsky  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Ninov – Ftacnik  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Alekhine – Yates  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Giurumia – Ionescu  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Brzozka – Bronstein  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Smyslov – Portisch  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Milos – Portisch  Closed
  • Chapter 14: Larsen – Portisch  Closed
  • Chapter 15: From Attack to the Endgame - Boleslavsky – Kotov  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Spassky – Fischer  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Dolmatov – Speelman  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Karpov – Hort  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Fischer – Unzicker  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Nakamura – Carlsen  Closed
  • Chapter 15: Spassky – Kholmov  Closed
  • Chapter 16: Initiative - Bronstein – Keres  Closed
  • Chapter 16: Marin – Granda Zuniga  Closed
  • Chapter 16: Marin – Spasov  Closed
  • Chapter 16: Kramnik – Anand  Closed
  • Chapter 16: Volokitin – Rublevsky  Closed
  • Extras  Closed
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    Mihail Marin’s Attacking Academy (The Marin Method)

    GM Mihail Marin is one of the most respected coaches in the world today having trained the young Judit Polgar and being praised for his ability to explain deep chess truths in a way improving players can understand.

    Now, GM Marin pours his enormous experience and knowledge of the game into his 16 hour Master Method, Marin’s Attacking Academy.

    By analyzing over 90 great games – from Greco to Carlsen – GM Marin reveals how the art of attack has evolved over time and the key principles you need to know to emerge victorious from any position that may arise in your games.

    Through these magnificent examples from the greatest players in history, GM Marin builds an attacking foundation you can unleash against your opponents, whether attacking on the queenside, kingside, through the centre, in the endgame, or with just a few pieces.

    Of course, timing and activity are everything – that’s why you’ll also learn how to avoid premature attacks, how to counterattack, and how to find the quiet moves that set up your unsuspecting opponent for a crushing defeat!

    Join Mihail Marin’s Attacking Academy and never miss a breakthrough again!

    Summary:

    Chapter 1: Old History
    1. Greco – NN
    2. Anderssen – Zukertort
    3. Morphy – Stanley
    4. Grünfeld – Alekhine

    Chapter 2: Modern Classics
    1. Alatortsev – Kholmov
    2. Tal – Flesch
    3. Gomez – Tal
    4. Karpov – Gligoric
    5. Korchnoi – Polugaevsky
    6. Knaak – Bronstein

    Chapter 3: King in the Center
    1. Vadja – Georgiev
    2. Kholmov – Keres
    3. Svidler – Mamedyarov
    4. Marin – Graf
    5. Marin – Aleksandrov

    Chapter 4: Strong King in the Center
    1. Steinitz – Zukertort
    2. Portisch – Karpov
    3. Spassky – Polugaevsky
    4. Carlsen – So
    5. Alekhine – Euwe
    6. Portisch – Pinter

    Chapter 5: The Necessity to Attack
    1. Geller – Korchnoi
    2. Geller – Keres
    3. Spassky – Tal
    4. Adorjan – Tarjan
    5. Caruana – Giri

    Chapter 6: Premature Attacks
    1. Ivkov – Gheorghiu
    2. Savon – Korchnoi
    3. Doroshkievich – Tal
    4. Nunn – Yusupov
    5. Nunn – Beliavsky
    6. Mamedyarov – Lenderman
    7. Anand – Kramnik

    Chapter 7: Massive Attack
    1. Rotlewi – Rubinstein
    2. Cifuentes Parada – Zvjaginsev
    3. Karpov – Topalov
    4. Nunn – Thorsteins
    5. Gurgenidze – Tal
    6. Miles – Spassky

    Chapter 8: Attack with Few Pieces
    1. Marin – Inkiov
    2. Marin – Fressinet
    3. Ftacnik – Cvitan
    4. Timman – Adams
    5. Huebner – Kasparov
    6. Karpov – Geller
    7. Marin – Grigore
    8. Portisch – Ivkov

    Chapter 9: From the Queenside to the Kingside
    1. Alekhine – Rubinstein
    2. Marin – Kiselef
    3. Polugaevsky – Torre
    4. Botvinnik – Portisch
    5. Marin – Torrecillas Martinez
    6. Saidy – Fischer

    Chapter 10: From the Center to the Kingside
    1. Alekhine – Bogoljubov
    2. Romanishin – Agzamov
    3. Nepomniachtchi – Vallejo Pons
    4. Lutz – Ftacnik
    5. Ivanisevic – Miladinovic

    Chapter 11: From Central Tension to Kingside Attack
    1. Marin – Adianto
    2. Karpov – Kavalek
    3. Shulman – Ginsburg
    4. Korchnoi – Svidler
    5. Penrose – Tal
    6. Polugaevsky – Tal

    Chapter 12: Central Counterblow
    1. Bialas – Uhlmann
    2. Gheorghiu – Ljubojevic
    3. Keres – Smyslov
    4. Yusupov – Enders
    5. Poulsson – Farago
    6. Shirov – Ivanchuk
    7. Gulko – Popovic

    Chapter 13: Attacking with Quiet Moves
    1. Gulko – Campora
    2. Smyslov – Ribli
    3. Portisch – Petrosian
    4. Miles – Korchnoi
    5. Speelman – Uhlmann

    Chapter 14: Attack in the Endgame
    1. Short – Beliavsky
    2. Ninov – Ftacnik
    3. Alekhine – Yates
    4. Giurumia – Ionescu
    5. Brzozka – Bronstein
    6. Smyslov – Portisch
    7. Milos – Portisch
    8. Larsen – Portisch

    Chapter 15: From Attack to the Endgame
    1. Boleslavsky – Kotov
    2. Spassky – Fischer
    3. Dolmatov – Speelman
    4. Karpov – Hort
    5. Fischer – Unzicker
    6. Nakamura – Carlsen
    7. Spassky – Kholmov

    Chapter 16: Initiative
    1. Bronstein – Keres
    2. Marin – Granda Zuniga
    3. Marin – Spasov
    4. Kramnik – Anand
    5. Volokitin – Rublevsky