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    From @chess24.com:

    Nepomniachtchi on choosing to play the Pirc vs. Giri: "The usual citizen has his own day. So in the morning he goes to work - sees his children, he hugs his wife. But some professional chess players begin their day with analysing the Najdorf or Berlin..."
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    Often not a fan of Evgenij Miroshnichenko's commentary but he just made a great comment:

    "The lower the time control, the less respect you have for your opponent".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham View Post
    Often not a fan of Evgenij Miroshnichenko's commentary but he just made a great comment:

    "The lower the time control, the less respect you have for your opponent".
    This actually depends....when it comes to the final seconds..the kids indeed fight it out bravely but for older players -sometimes respect ''kicks in''
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