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brady and escrow - 10-22-2019, 12:46 PM

oh correction q mesters' I hope that the $ is in an escrow account, if not then they may end up wishing they would have stayed home. it does make sense that peter would choose that venue, he is not an honest person and is easily influenced by his boy archer. probly no ref's either - i will let em have their little soiree as I have zero interest takin my chances with brady after him lying on this forum about ($2,000) that had been owed to me for 12yrs. Good luck getting paid american straight pool players - again i won't take my chances with little weasel brady.

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10-22-2019, 12:55 PM

Appleton losses to Marco (forgot his last name) in a fun little match to start the streaming side of things.
  
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10-22-2019, 02:04 PM

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oh correction q mesters' ... little weasel brady.
The room has nothing to do with the prize fund.


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10-22-2019, 02:06 PM

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Appleton losses to Marco (forgot his last name) in a fun little match to start the streaming side of things.
In post number 2 it is listed as:

Marco Teutscher -- Eindhoven ... Netherlands


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oh yea - 10-22-2019, 05:28 PM

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The room has nothing to do with the prize fund.
that is a very politically correct statement Mr. jewett, however brady really has a poor record as far as being honest - and feeling comfortable has everything to do with playing well. I will choose to keep my game at home, I really don't think I could play my best in a room where the owner owed me $ for a pro sanctioned event for 12yrs. If Brady did add any $ I would hope (for the players sake) that it's in an escrow account. After the grief I went through with weasel brady - he should pay my entry fee's and motels for the next ten yrs. and peter ain't much better - If ya'll have any questions - refer to "What do I do" post yrs back. No big deal - i just refuse to play in a room where I do not feel welcome. brady has paid me for $ that was owed, but too many bad memories for me - I do hope the tournament is a success - for the hope that 14.1 lives on. However if someone has difficulty getting paid - I would not be surprised. I think brady deleted the post where he came on here and lied to the forum members bout paying me. He said he had sent me two $ orders for a $1,000 a piece oh that was really not too funny at the time - now I just laugh bout him. That is all I have to say about that q - mesters tournament.

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10-22-2019, 05:35 PM

Link to the stream and the results table, please.
  
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10-22-2019, 09:33 PM

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sjm - See the first post in this thread - https://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=501337 - for the stream. Seth.
  
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10-22-2019, 10:00 PM

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Link to the stream and the results table, please.
The results seem to be on the Facebook page. You can get there through the facebook link on the main web page:

http://www.americanstraightpool.com/


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10-23-2019, 09:25 AM

Day 2 starts with Thorsten vs LeeVan Corteza on the streaming table. SO oddball question, have any americans been put in front of the camera yet?
  
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10-23-2019, 03:15 PM

Based on having watched parts of three matches, including Appletonís loss in his opener, Hohmannís loss in his opener, and most notably, Appletonís win today against Orcollo, I can only conclude that Peter Burrows must have specified much tighter pockets this year. If you recall, last year the tournament was held at Carom Cafe in NYC, where there were a lot of high runs, and many subsequent comments about the tables being easy. Well, this yearís matches that Iíve watched - the Appleton/Orcollo match in particular - looked at times like matches in a local A league, with the table being turned over repeatedly. After Appleton had been given the table for about the third time in what must have been no more than 15 minutes, only to give it back every time, I was convinced heíd never see it again. Yet he got it back one more time, and finally reached the goal line. Kind of fun to watch them sweat, to be honest.
  
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10-23-2019, 04:35 PM

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Based on having watched parts of three matches, including Appleton’s loss in his opener, Hohmann’s loss in his opener, and most notably, Appleton’s win today against Orcollo, I can only conclude that Peter Burrows must have specified much tighter pockets this year. If you recall, last year the tournament was held at Carom Cafe in NYC, where there were a lot of high runs, and many subsequent comments about the tables being easy. Well, this year’s matches that I’ve watched - the Appleton/Orcollo match in particular - looked at times like matches in a local A league, with the table being turned over repeatedly. After Appleton had been given the table for about the third time in what must have been no more than 15 minutes, only to give it back every time, I was convinced he’d never see it again. Yet he got it back one more time, and finally reached the goal line. Kind of fun to watch them sweat, to be honest.

Yeah, I hear ya.

These tables are set up very much like the Diamond tables I regularly play on and they are a be-atch. I run a 50 and feel like popping champagne.

It does a soul good to see these guys suffer similarly :-)

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10-23-2019, 05:01 PM

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Yeah, I hear ya.

These tables are set up very much like the Diamond tables I regularly play on and they are a be-atch. I run a 50 and feel like popping champagne.

It does a soul good to see these guys suffer similarly :-)

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10-23-2019, 07:53 PM

Blame the 4 hour baseball game on the fact there are too many commercials and the sabermetrician geeks.

As for the matches so far, yeah, you can clearly tell the tighter tables are making a huge difference this year.
  
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10-23-2019, 10:17 PM

Maybe there haven't been many high runs on the stream but there have been a good amount of high runs overall. Don't know exactly how many 100+ runs exactly but at least 3 of 125 and out, more than double that of 100+ and many more of 80-100.
Yeah the Diamonds slow us mere mortals down but don't bother the top guys that much.
  
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10-24-2019, 02:47 AM

For the contenders, the round robin is largely the "practice" stage of this event, as nearly all of them wlll qualify for the main knockout stage of the event. We won't know who's who in the world of straight pool until the big guns start to match up in winner take all situations,. That's what will separate the men from the boys.

I'm not sure we've seen a tougher field than this in America in about ten years, as most of the top Europeans stopped coming to the Dragon event when it lost its WPA sanctioning. Props to Peter Burrows on putting on such a great show.
  
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