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  • Richard Réti [r]: (1889-1929), An Austrian-Hungarian, later Czechoslovakian chess player and chess problemist whose writings become 'classics' in the chess world; New Ideas in Chess (1922) and Masters of the Chessboard (1930) are still studied today. [e]
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