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Thumbs up The One Ball Moved......Barely!! - 05-02-2019, 03:30 PM

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Shane made that hit on the 1. It barely moved.
You are correct!

I am surprised he misjudged that kick by such a margin, he was trying to kick it in the side pocket.


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05-02-2019, 03:31 PM

Shout out to Shane for fighting to the end. The heart he showed and always shows is part of why we admire him so much, Those who don't think he wanted it real bad are kidding themselves, for Chang has owned Shane in Asia and Shane would have loved some revenge, especially with a US crowd watching. Wonder how much SVB and his team had bet on the side, here, but I'd guess not that much, because they've learned the hard way how hard this Chang fellow is to beat.

Of course, anyone who was at the Derby knows that there were virtually no takers for a match with JL Chang in the action room. His team made it clear to everyone that he'd bet high against anyone there, but noone would play him, and it might have remained that way until Friday afternoon's elimination of both Filler and Chang from the nine ball.

It was then, and only then, that Filler became the first one to bet high in a match with Chang, and they played a 10-ball race to 17, won by Filler 17-14. Both guys played beautifully.

Shane will rise again, but he might want to stop making games with the great Chang. There's easier action out there, and he knows where to find it.
  
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Yes; that thin hit was in Game 86 at 48-37 -- a "coat of paint" hit. Chang proceeded to run to the 6-ball, for which he drew the CB straight back into the side pocket. That was in the midst of Shane's string of 10 wins in 11 games (games 82-92), interrupted only by that 1/10 combo for Chang in Game 89 after Shane's dry break. And then Shane broke dry again in Game 93 and Chang ran out for the 50-43 victory.
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05-02-2019, 06:59 PM

Im not a fan of long races....even though I had some long money matches earlier in life....
...by the game

I love watching Chang play...reminds me of Buddy Hall....in the late 70s.
...but I was hurting for Shane the first day...like getting hit by a Mack truck....
....but he restored his dignity on the second day.

If they were playing race to 25, best 2 out of 3 sets....wed be watching the rubber match now.


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I’m not a fan of long races....even though I had some long money matches earlier in life....
...by the game

I love watching Chang play...reminds me of Buddy Hall....in the late 70s.
...but I was hurting for Shane the first day...like getting hit by a Mack truck....
....but he restored his dignity on the second day.

If they were playing race to 25, best 2 out of 3 sets....we’d be watching the rubber match now.
That is why I like sets of short races instead of 1 long race. More entertaining
Anyway , each new day is a new race cos way players play vary from day to day.
Technically, a race to 50 should be non-stop race without long sleep break in between.
  
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05-02-2019, 08:55 PM

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That is why I like sets of short races instead of 1 long race. More entertaining
Anyway , each new day is a new race cos way players play vary from day to day.
Technically, a race to 50 should be non-stop race without long sleep break in between.
The spartan race of pool eh?
  
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The spartan race of pool eh?
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Yes , gladiator format
I'm game ! Till opponent says he is done just like in the movie The Hustler .... I've never not once quit winner !
  
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Im not a fan of long races....even though I had some long money matches earlier in life....
...by the game

I love watching Chang play...reminds me of Buddy Hall....in the late 70s.
...but I was hurting for Shane the first day...like getting hit by a Mack truck....
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If they were playing race to 25, best 2 out of 3 sets....wed be watching the rubber match now.
I like watching Buddy but I see nothing alike in their game except thier stroke was always the same , but buddy 's long stroke with a five minute pause lol was a thing of beauty, arguably the best stroke of all time ,


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That is why I like sets of short races instead of 1 long race. More entertaining
Anyway , each new day is a new race cos way players play vary from day to day.
Technically, a race to 50 should be non-stop race without long sleep break in between.
Then it's a battle of conditioning also not so sure that bares out the best player all the time


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When will Chinese 8 ball be the the top game for all - 05-03-2019, 06:25 PM

I have been watching it a lot lately and they are dumping a lot of money into this game
To me it is the best game to bridge all cue sports together it's 8 ball game that's played world wide it's played on a 9 ft ,, American length table and it has snooker pockets,
To me it's the perfect game for all to complete in

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I like watching Buddy but I see nothing alike in their game except thier stroke was always the same , but buddy 's long stroke with a five minute pause lol was a thing of beauty, arguably the best stroke of all time ,


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For me, it's Wu that brings back memories of Buddy Hall. Not talking about their strokes, but as pattern players they are very similar in their table management.

I'd have to give Mizerak my vote for best stroke I've ever seen, but Buddy is on the short list.
  
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I have been watching it a lot lately and they are dumping a lot of money into this game
To me it is the best game to bridge all cue sports together it's 8 ball game that's played world wide it's played on a 9 ft ,, American length table and it has snooker pockets,
To me it's the perfect game for all to complete in

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Always an irony that anywhere in the world , 8 ball (whether it is American/WPA 8 ball, British 8 ball or Chinese 8 ball) is still by far the most popular cuesport played recreationally (in pubs, bars) but it is not the most watched.
You would think that if pool promoters want to target the mainstream audience, they would go for 8 ball events. But somehow all major pool events by promoters are still 9 ball which is neither game played by most nor is it is preferred game of pros.
But then again what we like to play and what we like to watch can be 2 different things
  
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05-03-2019, 08:10 PM

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For me, it's Wu that brings back memories of Buddy Hall. Not talking about their strokes, but as pattern players they are very similar in their table management.

(I'd have to give Mizerak my vote for best stroke I've ever seen, but Buddy is on the short list.
Funny you should bring that up....
...I told Buddy once that if we could put his stroke on a snooker cue...
...it could win the world snooker title....
...he said Dont forget the Miz...nobody strokes them better.


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