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Richard Reti vs Theodor Gruber
Vienna (1923), Vienna AUT, rd 11, Dec-04
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Old Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0

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Aug-05-05  Kingsider: Two more moves,according to Britannica vol.15 Birds-Chess(really!)27...Bf6 28.d5 THEN resigns.
Dec-08-06  rudysanford: These additional moves also appear in Dynamic Chess by R. N. Coles, Dover, 1966.
Jun-11-08  suenteus po 147: The two additional moves also appear in Golombek's book of Reti's best games.
Feb-04-11  SamAtoms1980: Those additional moves also appear in Grandmasters of Chess (1981) by Harold C. Schonberg.
Jun-02-13  Karpova: This game from the Carl Schlechter Memorial won the Brilliancy Prize (5 $, donated by Patay).

From page 20 of the 1924 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'

Jun-02-13  Karpova: Reti annotates this game on page 317 of the 1923 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung' (his analysis originally appeared in the 'Deutschen Tageszeitung Bohemia') and I hoped that this would clarify the matter with regards to the game score - did it end after 27.d4 as given here or after 27...Bf6 28.d5 as posted above?

The answer: Reti gives the game as ending after 22.dxe6 (!)

Apr-28-16  andrea volponi: 20...cxd5-21Dxf4 Af6=

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