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Reti Incarnate
Member since Apr-30-04 · Last seen Oct-10-07
I'm not very good at chess but, as you can see by my name i'm an avid student of the game. Follow my advice, it is often good and backed up by real knowledge! If you go wrong because of me, then kindly send me letter explaining your i can burn it! hahahahahahahahah! *cough* *cough*, *ahem*, oh my. I do apologise for that psychotic episode. Anyway, my favourite players are Reti, Karpov, Alekhine, Fischer, Tal and Capablanca. Good day.
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   Reti Incarnate has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-24-04 Bakhtadze vs Petrosian, 1944 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: Ah! It appears that, contrary to popular belief, Petrosian was prone to the occasional fit of violence! 18. ...g5, what an adventurous move!
   Jun-09-04 Kasparov vs O Vasilchenko, 1973 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: Rf7+ doesn't seem to accomplish that much sonic...after Ke4 and f4 white's pawn structure is safe.
   May-20-04 Korchnoi vs Spassky, 1949 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: Korchnoi was known to get into terrible time trouble; certainly he was going very well in this game until he miscalculated the win of a pawn; though even if Rg7 was not a resource black's position looks fine.
   May-20-04 V Liavdansky vs Spassky, 1949
Reti Incarnate: 46. Kf3 Bh4 seems to put white to rest. I'm not sure about it (i'm not very good at calculative analysis) but it seems the threat of 47..Rg3# forces white to play Rg2, whereupon the complicated Be1 looks very strong.
   May-19-04 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2000 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: Yeah sorry i probably wasn't being very clear. I meant that Qb3 was the novelty (to my eyes), i haven't seen it played before until i checked this database :)
   May-19-04 Pirc (B07) (replies)
Reti Incarnate: It may well be. Certainly, 6.f3 initiates a position that is similar to Kasparov's favourite opening, the Sicilian Dragon.
   May-19-04 V Mikenas vs Keres, 1949 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: Cool game huh? It's kinda rare for a Nimzo-indian to be this short. Probably because of the quick transposition to a Benoni pawn structure around move 7. From then on, black kicks arse!
   May-19-04 Alekhine vs Pirc, 1930 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: I'd say White's screwed. Straight win for black, unless he blunders his rook.
   May-17-04 Birbrager vs Tal, 1953 (replies)
Reti Incarnate: are you called talchess because you like his games or cos you like to analyse em till they suck
   May-15-04 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Reti Incarnate: You missed my point, Mr. Lau. If one was to give Capablanca a few hours of modern chess theory training, then he'd be easily be ready to fight the young tigers of today and emerge victorious. Capablanca's style had no weaknesses. He was a strong player. Ruy, i find it ironic ...
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