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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #25 - yesterday at 18:47:20
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Collins writes that it is basically about 1.Nf3 d5 2.c4, it is not a repertoire for White, and it is mainly concerned with recent games by top GMs...
  
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Reply #24 - 10/20/20 at 21:11:10
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Interesting to see if it's better or not than excellent's Demuth's work Smiley
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #23 - 10/20/20 at 20:37:30
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The book is now available
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #22 - 08/31/20 at 04:16:46
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grandpatzer wrote on 08/30/20 at 18:11:38:
Is it useful for 1.Nf3 d5 2.g3 players, too? Or only for 1.Nf3 d5 2.c4 players?


Suspect that the book is very much focused on an early c4 by white, so whilst you can probably transpose back into the book with 3 c4 if black plays 2...c6 2...e6,  the longer you delay c4 the less likely you are to be able make this transposition.
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #21 - 08/30/20 at 19:04:03
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The table of contents says there is a chapter on 2.g3 g6 and 2...Nd7.
  
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Reply #20 - 08/30/20 at 18:11:38
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Is it useful for 1.Nf3 d5 2.g3 players, too? Or only for 1.Nf3 d5 2.c4 players?
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #19 - 08/26/20 at 21:13:34
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MW wrote on 08/26/20 at 19:45:16:
Good news, there is now a pdf excerpt on the Everyman website for this book!

The author makes it very clear that it will only cover black's response 1....d5 or to Reti positions transposing to the d5 positions via 1...e6 or 1...c6.... so at 288 pages there should be plenty of content for Reti enthusiasts.  Smiley Smiley

https://everymanchess.com/collections/new-paperback-books/products/the-reti-move...
  
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Reply #18 - 08/26/20 at 19:45:16
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Good news, there is now a pdf excerpt on the Everyman website for this book!

The author makes it very clear that it will only cover black's response 1....d5 or to Reti positions transposing to the d5 positions via 1...e6 or 1...c6.... so at 288 pages there should be plenty of content for Reti enthusiasts.  Smiley Smiley
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #17 - 06/25/20 at 07:47:31
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Reply #16 - 06/24/20 at 20:09:35
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GMTonyKosten wrote on 06/24/20 at 08:58:41:
Apparently, Sam has "submitted the text ... but they haven't finished the proofs yet"


Thanks for asking Tony.....at least it looks like it will now happen and that is great news.
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #15 - 06/24/20 at 16:38:26
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He probably needed a new topic after doing at least three 1 e4 repertoires  Wink
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #14 - 06/24/20 at 08:58:41
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GMTonyKosten wrote on 06/23/20 at 20:53:14:
I'll ask him

Apparently, Sam has "submitted the text ... but they haven't finished the proofs yet" Smiley
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #13 - 06/23/20 at 20:53:14
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MW wrote on 06/22/20 at 21:24:41:
would your columnist Sam Collins be able to give an up-date on this book please?

I'll ask him, although I'm a bit surprised as I always thought Sam was a 1 e4 player.
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #12 - 06/22/20 at 21:24:41
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Searching the Everyman publications coming soon I see this book is due June 2020....would your columnist Sam Collins be able to give an up-date on this book please?
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #11 - 06/08/19 at 23:23:12
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I see we now have a June 2019 publishing date for this book...

Interesting to see if it happens or not ....?
  
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