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Richard Reti vs Rudolf Spielmann
Teplitz-Schönau (1922), Teplice-Sanov CSR, rd 4, Oct-05
Slav Defense: General (D10)  ·  1-0
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Feb-10-06
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  Honza Cervenka: 34...Rxe8 35.Rxb5 and the game is over.
Feb-10-06  ughaibu: If a bad bishop is a "big pawn", can it be used for en passant captures?
Feb-10-06  sleepkid: <ughaibu> you're a big pawn. lol.

how go things on your side of Japan? Getting some snow? I'm on holiday from school for the next month, just going to try and stay warm.

Feb-11-06  ughaibu: It's not so bad for what they were calling the heaviest winter for 20 years. I guess you'll be starting your third year?
Feb-11-06  sleepkid: ughaibu: third year at the school, but second year of the master's program. The first year I was considered a graduate research student - preparing for the graduate entrance exam, etc.

Looking forward to graduating though. This past year the school has undergone some changes that don't make it quite as stimulating anymore. We'll see how it all ends up though.

How have you been keeping busy?

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