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Liviu Dieter Nisipeanu vs Michael Adams
Mtel Masters (2007)  ·  Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Keres Defense (C96)  ·  1-0
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May-19-07
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  virginmind: great job liviu dieter!
May-19-07  hitman84: Could someone explain as to why top players repeat moves in classical time controls even when the winning line is obvious ? I personally feel it shows disrespect to the opponent.
May-19-07
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  virginmind: <hitman84> well, the repetition between moves 37-40 i suppose was done to quickly reach the time check - both players were very low on time.

as of that from moves 45-48 hm...i dont know, maybe nisi was hoping/checking from a different reply of adams which would had brought up a more interesting win.

May-19-07
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  Eyal: Instead of 42...h6? Adams should have played h5. If 44...Bxg5, 45.Nf6+ Bxf6 46.Rxg6+ Bg7 47.Ne7+ wins for White.
May-19-07
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  Eyal: In a way, Adams' troubles began as early as 13...Nb6, leaving his kingside relatively exposed - 13...Nf8, as played in Bologan vs Romanishin, 2005, is safer.
May-19-07  russep: What happens if Adams goes 53...Kf8?
May-19-07
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  Eyal: <russep: What happens if Adams goes 53...Kf8?> 54.Rf5
May-23-07  Fey: Why did Nisipeanu repeat moves in this game? Just take a look at the other Adams - Nisipeanu game in the Mtel Masters 07 tournament. Adams had a crushing position and humiliated Nisipeanu by repeating moves a couple of times. The GMs commenting on ICC said it was torture.. I guess it was revenge.
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