In July 2014 FIDE introduced new rules regarding draws. The arbiter was required to step in and declare the game drawn in cases where the players repeated the position 5 times:
9.6 If one or both of the following occur(s) then the game is drawn:
a. the same position has appeared, as in 9.2b, for at least five consecutive alternate moves by each player.
b. any consecutive series of 75 moves have been completed by each player without the movement of any pawn and without any capture. If the last move resulted in checkmate, that shall take precedence.
Of course long before this players have been able to claim a draw for a 3-fold repetition. Nevertheless, the new 5-fold repetition rule allowed players to force the arbiter's hand in tournaments where early draws were forbidden.
Since the rule change in 2014 what is the most number of repetitions in a FIDE rated game where both players are GMs?