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Rudolf Spielmann vs Richard Reti
Dortmund (1928), Dortmund GER, rd 2, Jul-28
Bishop's Opening: Vienna Hybrid (C28)  ·  0-1
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Mar-13-04  morphyvsfischer: And this man broke Capablanca's winning record...
Jul-09-06
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  ChessDude33: <morphyvsfischer>yes he did, nice win by Reti 15. Qxc3 Ne2+ wins back with queen with a piece up. You didn't perhaps think Reti lost this game thouhg did you?
Sep-20-07
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  Mortadulo: More of a poor oversight by his opponent than a nice win... However speaking along the lines of Capablanca's winning streak... Nobody will ever again match it in any rankings of the chess world. Anyone saying Capablanca was not the most "ahead of his time" chess player ever has a lot of convincing to do with me ;)
Sep-20-09
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  whiteshark: Activate your Reticular Cortex!
Aug-06-17
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  fredthebear: <whiteshark> It all depends upon one's posture. In a straddling position, one would activate the Testicular Vortex, no?
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