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get Reti
Member since May-01-04 · Last seen Jan-21-21
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   get Reti has kibitzed 671 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-02-20 K G Shirazi vs O Castro, 1991 (replies)
get Reti: I also saw this faster than Monday and Tuesday. The fact that itís a forced mate makes things easier.
   Nov-01-20 W So vs Lenderman, 2020 (replies)
get Reti: According to Stockfish, 92...Ke7 would have drawn.
   Oct-31-20 AlphaZero (Computer) (replies)
get Reti: Here is an interesting thought I had. We've found that although neural networks don't think as many moves deep as traditional engines, they perform better due to a more conceptual understanding of the position. Is there any two-player board game (maybe Go?) where this effect is ...
   Oct-16-20 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
get Reti: Thanks, <moronovich>. I found the following statement below. Are the pop-up ads at the bottom of the screen considered banner ads? Premium users can turn off banner ads by visiting the Preference Page and checking the box that says "Do not display sidebar advertisements." ...
   Oct-14-20 Volha Malatsilava vs E Diakonova, 2018 (replies)
get Reti: They say a piece pinned to the king is useless, but in this case, black's pinned bishop is the key to checkmating white's king!
   Jun-22-20 E Pettersson vs Stahlberg, 1935 (replies)
get Reti: Thereís one move that checks, try it and it works!
   Aug-04-19 Zeng Chongsheng vs Motylev, 2019 (replies)
get Reti: I like the aesthetics of the move 28. Qh7+. It's a queen sac, but you don't get a piece back in exchange; rather the point is that in drawing the king to h7, you don't lose a single move in checking the king to death, whereas 28.Rxg7 would lose a single move and allow Qxh2#.
   Feb-26-19 Morozevich vs Tkachiev, 2009 (replies)
get Reti: I don't think anyone mentioned this, but I saw a longer winning line after 26...Kh8, instead of 27. Rxh8+ (which forces mate), white can play 27. Bxd4+! Qxf3 (...Rxd4 leads to Rf8+ followed by mate) 28. Rd7+ Kg8 29. Rg5+ Kf8 30. Bg7+ Kg8 31. Bc3+ Kf8 32. Bxb4+ Rd7 33. Rxd7 with an ...
   Jan-19-19 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2018
get Reti: I couldn't figure out the point of 15.Ng5 at first, and then all of a sudden you find out it's to play Rh3 to protect the c3 knight so white can play b3 and control the c4 square. Super deep and subtle computer stuff.
   Jan-13-19 Old Benoni Defense (A44) (replies)
get Reti: Leela Chess literally evaluated this position (1. d4 c5 2. d5 e5) as +2.25 in a TCEC game against Stockfish. Wow.
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