If you need to show each row of a repeater as it’s own page I would suggest that you use a custom post type instead.
Is is possible? I was able to do what you are looking for by creating links to pages the way WP does for paged content. I started here http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-split-wordpress-posts-into-multiple-pages/
I build my own function that created the links that were necessary and then in the content of the template I read the query string and figured out what row of the repeater I was supposed to be showing and then got that row and displayed it.
If I had it to do over again I would have used a hierarchical custom post type with one parent and multiple child posts.
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