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06-21-2015, 09:06 AM

15 ahead? Damn...at my age, I may not live long enough to see who won.
  
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06-21-2015, 09:06 AM

Is Dave barking because he lost his partner's match last night after the session was over? Dippy and Alex against the other poker players? I would love to know the outcome.

Scott agreed to play and post w/no stream. We'll see what happens.

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06-21-2015, 09:10 AM

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Is Dave barking because he lost his partner's match last night after the session was over? Dippy and Alex against the other poker players? I would love to know the outcome.

Scott agreed to play and post w/no stream. We'll see what happens.

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06-21-2015, 10:03 AM

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Is Dave barking because he lost his partner's match last night after the session was over? Dippy and Alex against the other poker players? I would love to know the outcome.

Scott agreed to play and post w/no stream. We'll see what happens.

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06-21-2015, 10:10 AM

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Dippy Dave just posted this...

"I will lay 100k to 50k anyone wanting to play Alex Pagulayan 15 ahead one pocket. Scott Frost Ray Hansen Shane VanBoening Justin Bergman Tony Chohan Josh Arieh Its not hard and noone is barred.
Great match, was nice to see!"

John Mars might need to get Shane out of the stable. Giddyup!
I feel the title is a bit misleading, Lenny.
Alex is not offering 2/1.....the Dipster is offering 2/1.

I can't see Alex making that game....and I hope it doesn't happen.....
...15 ahead sounds like a career....for relatively small money.


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06-21-2015, 10:26 AM

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I feel the title is a bit misleading, Lenny.
Alex is not offering 2/1.....the Dipster is offering 2/1.

I can't see Alex making that game....and I hope it doesn't happen.....
...15 ahead sounds like a career....for relatively small money.
Not sure why you would say that. Even if it takes him 2 weeks and Dippy pays him 1K per game, (minimum) isn't that 15K for 2 weeks for Alex to do what hes always doing anyway?
  
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06-21-2015, 10:28 AM

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Why does Scott hate his money?
Or other people's money
He doesn't hate money - he believes he can win.

Scott played Alex very tough, they played over one hundred games before Alex could get 8 ahead...

Alex made some incredible bank shots to pull ahead last night, and I think he made every one he attempted. Not sure Mr. Frost thinks he can do that all the time.

Frost on the other hand had several balls rattle out of jaws, especially earlier in last nights action, that if they would have fallen would have given Frost an easy out.

I think this match up is a lot closer than some may think it is.

Keep in mind that these two played even for 3 days .. Scott played great last night as well, but Alex, as it seems to my memory, did not miss a shot all night and made several circus jobs that split the pocket dead center - I really don't remember him missing a shot all evening.

Congrats Alex, you deserved the win - And Scott deserves a rematch. One that I think he has a 50/50 chance of winning


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Someone will accommodate him - I know that S. Frost should take that bet, he only needs to shore up his scratching the cue ball in the pocket like 5 times a day!
  
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06-21-2015, 10:37 AM

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He doesn't hate money - he believes he can win.

Scott played Alex very tough, they played over one hundred games before Alex could get 8 ahead...

Alex made some incredible bank shots to pull ahead last night, and I think he made every one he attempted. Not sure Mr. Frost thinks he can do that all the time.

Frost on the other hand had several balls rattle out of jaws, especially earlier in last nights action, that if they would have fallen would have given Frost an easy out.

I think this match up is a lot closer than some may think it is.

Keep in mind that these two played even for 3 days .. Scott played great last night as well, but Alex, as it seems to my memory, did not miss a shot all night and made several circus jobs that split the pocket dead center - I really don't remember him missing a shot all evening.

Congrats Alex, you deserved the win - And Scott deserves a rematch. One that I think he has a 50/50 chance of winning
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Unlike the slow death Frost will have to endure playing Alex again ,,

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06-21-2015, 10:40 AM

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Not sure why you would say that. Even if it takes him 2 weeks and Dippy pays him 1K per game, (minimum) isn't that 15K for 2 weeks for Alex to do what hes always doing anyway?
You got two weeks of expenses....and it sounds too much like a job.
Alex is a legitimate high roller himself....he knows what it's like to win and lose 50 thou
in a day's action.

I might be a bit jaded....I've seen more money than that bet on two-ahead...in the 70s
when the money was worth more.

A half mil to a quarter mil might be interesting.....


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Alex and Efren will ride to the match in the same car. LOLOLOL
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06-21-2015, 11:38 AM

Alex played really good and got one or two good rolls at critical points in the match.Alex banks like a monster and hardly ever misses a ball and his cue ball control is perfect. In Scotts defense he got several bad rolls in my opinion in critical points of the match also. If Scott wouldn't have got those few bad rolls they would still be playing. They both are world champion one pocket players in my opinion


  
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06-21-2015, 11:43 AM

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You got two weeks of expenses....and it sounds too much like a job.
Alex is a legitimate high roller himself....he knows what it's like to win and lose 50 thou
in a day's action.

I might be a bit jaded....I've seen more money than that bet on two-ahead...in the 70s
when the money was worth more.

A half mil to a quarter mil might be interesting.....
Man, where did that 70's money come from? These days we need Dippy to make investments.
Maybe Alex and Dippy already talked about it.
I hope someone, like Shane, steps up. He's got money and backers and if you are Shane 2:1 is hard to pass up.
...you know if I were Alex right now I would consider starting my own streaming company. And then promote my upcoming matches on twitter,FB, and then travel around America challenging the best at THEIR game....though that does sound like work and headaches -wonder how many buys that stream got?

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06-21-2015, 12:18 PM

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Man, where did that 70's money come from? These days we need Dippy to make investments.
Maybe Alex and Dippy already talked about it.
I hope someone, like Shane, steps up. He's got money and backers and if you are Shane 2:1 is hard to pass up.
...you know if I were Alex right now I would consider starting my own streaming company. And then promote my upcoming matches on twitter,FB, and then travel around America challenging the best at THEIR game....though that does sound like work and headaches -wonder how many buys that stream got?
Went you get to be a top player...there are people that will make games for you whether
you like them or not.
They'll be accused of saying they can give so'n so the last five...when they never said it.

I like your business idea....although I'd like him to get more mainstream...
...Alex is very marketable....just acting naturally.
....cues, cases, visors...autos....man has charisma.
( hey, what shoes are those? Pags....I can run racks in these things. )


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