From IS Plus, 7/19/09:
[Reach, facing TossGirl at the Heritage Match, said, "I'm sorry, TossGirl."]
[His apology to TossGirl about a game in Germany]
"TossGirl, I'm sorry for what happened in Germany three years ago."
Reach, facing TossGirl at the Heritage Match on the 20th, gave her a late apology. He's playing against her at the Match that commemorates a decade of eSports and brings old progamers together.
He apologized for breaking a promise at a tournament in Germany three years ago. In June 2006, the two played at an event game in Munich for a Germany-Korea IT friend match. The problem was that he totally owned her.
About this game, TossGirl said at a recent interview that they had promised on an entertaining game plan for the non-Korean fans but couldn't show it off because Reach played differently.
"I didn't do it on purpose. We had promised, but I was nervous because I had lost to her at a survivor match once, so I just forgot about it," Reach said about this revelation. "It wasn't intentional, so please don't feel bad," he said.
"I wanna play a good game with her at the Heritage. I will analyze strategies in detail and will beat her," he said.