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Richard Reti vs Roberto Grau
1st olm final (1927), London ENG, rd 15, Jul-29
English Opening: Symmetrical. Anti-Benoni Variation (A31)  ·  1-0


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May-11-04  Lawrence: A different Reti-Grau game--also just 17 moves--is analyzed by Jon Edwards at
May-11-04  Lawrence: 16...♔f8(?) Junior 8 suggests 16...♗g4 17.♘xe7+ ♘xe7 18.♗xb7 ♗xe2 19.♖xd8+ ♖xd8 20.♘xa6 eval +0.88
Dec-05-04  kostich in time: A drastic win by Reti after an exchange of Queens. Reinfeld analyzes it in Chess Mastery by question and answer.
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  ToTheDeath: A very nice miniature by Reti, exploiting Black's opening inaccuracies to the hilt. The difference in positional understanding here could not be more obvious.
Jun-17-18  Vitez: this game is on YouTube:
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