Reinhard Pesek

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Fide Id1601504
FederationAustria fed
FIDE Elo2205 
Highest 2215 (July 1985)
National Elo2104
Born 1954  (Age 64)
 Ranking: World #9707, Europe #7654, Austria #168
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Queen's pawn (44%): A46 A46 D02Robatsch (55%): B06 B06 B06
Old Benoni defence (33%): A43 A43King's Indian (22%): A48 E91 E90
King's Indian, fianchetto without c4 (22%): A49Queen's pawn (11%): A45
King's Indian, East Indian (11%): A48
Play tendenciesEndgame tendencies
Sacrifices: Not availableAverage draws at: Move #30 (details)
Blunders (): Explore blunders Optimal play: Not available
Positional player: Not available Optimal checkmate: Not available
Exchange tendencies: -6.959 (details) Endgame blunders: Not available.
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