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Old 11-14-2012, 05:14 PM   #55
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Default Re: Retiring When In A Losing Position ARCHIVE!

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Originally Posted by Dougie View Post
I dont´t get the point of this thread. Obviously some players ( like Tipsy and Pashanski) have a habit of sometimes retiring when they are in a losing position even if they are not injured. But that doesn´t mean every player who retires when not leading is doing the same. Take the result above; does anyone here have any idea WHY Dancevic retired?? I don´t think so. In many of these cases the retirement is likely due to an injury, which might well be the reason the player is in a losing position in the first place. So just because Tipsy is a jerk, no need to label every retired player too.
Actually Dancevic is well-known for his erratic behaviour... he retired down 3 MPs against Janowicz, for example.
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