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Reti / Capablanca
  
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Years covered: 1914

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RETI / CAPABLANCA

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Richard Reti & Jose Raul Capablanca.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Faehndrich / Kaufmann vs Reti / Capablanca 0-1471914Vienna consultationC11 French

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Oct-08-10  ppt0349: do you think they did all of their communication through translators?
Oct-08-10
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  TheFocus: Reti was NOT Capablanca's partner in this game.

Reti never suggested he was either.

<CG> should correct this.

They definitely need me on their payroll.

Sep-20-14  Sebastian88: Not true. Reti WAS Capablanca's partner in this game. See "Modern Ideas in Chess" 2.1. Reti's commentar after 14.Qxe2 "Hiermit war eine Stellung erreicht, in der man die Möglichkeit hatte, eine bisher unentwickelte Figur zu entwickeln, und zwar sogar mit Angriff (14...Rf8-e8). [...] Zu MEINEM großen Erstaunen wollte Capablanca aber diesen Zug, den ICH (english "I")für selbstverständlich hielt, überhaubt nicht in Betracht ziehen."
Sep-20-14  john barleycorn: <Im Frühjahr 1914 war Capablanca Gast des Wiener Schachklubs. Unter anderem wurde eine Beratungspartie arrangiert:

Weiß: Fähndrich und Dr. Kaufmann

Schwarz: Capablanca und Reti>

Reti, Die neuen Ideen im Schachspiel

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