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Richard Reti vs Jacques Davidson
Scheveningen (1923), Scheveningen NED, rd 10, Aug-03
Zukertort Opening: Queen Pawn Defense (A06)  ·  1-0



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  Gypsy: Gruenfeld Indian with colors reversed.
Oct-11-06  Chess Carnival: I'm not a gruenfeld player, but I play KIA as White.. Is there an advantage for White playing the Gruenfeld with one "extra" move?
Nov-22-10  chesschampion11: Hey guys, what you find from this formation:

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Jul-11-11  kia0708: chesschampion, this is too passive

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Aug-17-13  jerseybob: Chess Carnival: The main advantage of the Grunfeld Reversed, beside the extra move, is the placement of black's king knight, which when played for white is usually on the second rank(e2) rather than the third(or here, the sixth, f6). A stark example of Reti's "new chess" versus the "old chess".
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  sea7kenp: At the end, White "Skewered" Black's poor Bishop, behind his King. (Yes: It's good to learn the Skewer Attack).

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