Since 2013 I have been a frequent visitor of the ChessBase headquarters in Hamburg, Germany for recording numerous DVDs on a variety of topics. An overview of all my DVDs can be found in the ChessBase Shop.
Studying openings has been my favorite pastime and I have always enjoyed keeping on track with the latest developments. Moreover, my students have benefited from this time-consuming work as well, by building up a long-term repertoire according to their style and specifically designed home-preparation for crucial games. For more than 10 years I have regularly published my analysis in several magazines. A chronological order of these publications:
From January 2009 till end of November 2013 I have been part of the ChessVibes Openings (CVO) team, producing an online opening magazine (in PDF & PGN format), discussing the latest opening trends. In May 2011 we added another weekly magazine ChessVibes Training (CVT), for which I was responsible doing a tactics and endgame column. After, when ChessVibes was taken over by Chess.com, I had a monthly column in The Master's Bulletin until Spring 2015 when it ceased to exist.
Since 2012 I have my own Fast & Furious show on the PlayChess server, in which I explain sharp opening lines for a wider audience. From 2014 onwards I started to write opening articles for ChessBase Magazine.
In 2017 I made my first appearance as an author for the New in Chess Yearbooks.
In May 2019 my first of three (until now) repertoire series for Modern Chess had been published.