Grandmaster Repertoire 5: The English Opening by Mihail MarinGrandmaster Repertoire 5: The English Opening by Mihail Marin

Grandmaster Repertoire 5: The English Opening

byMihail Marin

Paperback | October 1, 2010

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Chess Grandmaster Mihail Marin offers a complete White repertoire with 1.c4, the English Opening, in three volumes. The theory is state-of-the-art with many novelties suggested, but most useful of all are Marin’s lucid explanations of how to play the resulting positions.

Volume Three covers all lines after 1.c4 c5.

Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world’s finest chess authors. 
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Title:Grandmaster Repertoire 5: The English OpeningFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 9.5 × 6.75 × 1.1 inPublished:October 1, 2010Publisher:Quality ChessLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1906552592

ISBN - 13:9781906552596

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“Beautifully written and inspirational... Marin’s deep experience and passion for the English Opening is clear throughout the book.”

GM Luke McShane, New in Chess

 

“As always in Marin’s books, you’ll find lots of prose, a clear sense that the man loves to teach, and a ton of original analysis.”

Dennis Monokroussos, The Chess Mind