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Richard Réti (Bazin (now Pezinok), 28 may 1889 - PragueJune 6, 1929) was an Austrian Hong but later Czechoslovakian chess Grandmaster.

Shortly after his birth the family established itself in ViennaRéti. Richard studied mathematicsand physics but switched to the beroepsschaken: often he eloped in tournaments, had gave much les in several daily and weekly newspapers and a chess column. He was also an expert in blind chess.

At the end of the first world war, he moved to Prague. In 1925 he was champion of Czecho-Slovakia and he also played a few times in the chess Olympiad. In 1922 he wrote That neuen Ideen im Schachspiel. Middle 1929 died at the age of 40 to Richard Réti scarlet fever.

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Réti-opening

He was a researcher and has spent a lot of time the chess theory. There are more than thirty openings variants of known to him and he has left us even a complete chess opening: the Rétiopening. Official world-wide many parties are played.

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