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06-22-2015, 09:49 AM

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06-22-2015, 06:00 PM

I think you should consider upping this to a longer ahead set. I don't think we can crown a champion based on so few games being played. lol
  
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06-22-2015, 10:15 PM

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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!"

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CanI ask you - where did Dippy post this?
  
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06-22-2015, 10:24 PM

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CanI ask you - where did Dippy post this?
He posted it on his facebook page but it has now been deleted.
  
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06-22-2015, 11:24 PM

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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
Scott is the better mover but Alex is a better shot maker Alex does good in 9 or 10 ball tournaments. When the last time you ever heard Scott frost winning a 9or10 ball tournament. Johnny could play one pocket for 6 months an best Scott for the same reason Alex beat him they shot better.
  
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06-23-2015, 12:32 AM

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He posted it on his facebook page but it has now been deleted.
Well thats too bad - kind puts a damper on this whole thread...
Incidentally, Terry do you know when the link will be available that has the upload of the match?
  
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06-23-2015, 02:25 AM

Johnny could play one pocket for the next 6 years straight, not 6 months and still lose to Scott.
  
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06-23-2015, 02:59 AM

Sources smarter than me about matching up in pool have said Scott should *not* play Alex an 8 ahead match. Instead, it should be best 4 out of 7 races.

Not saying that Scott isn't a smart cookie about matching up, but from what I have been told, Scott should not engage in ahead sets with Alex. He has a better shot a races against Alex -- much better.


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06-23-2015, 03:19 AM

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Sources smarter than me about matching up in pool have said Scott should *not* play Alex an 8 ahead match. Instead, it should be best 4 out of 7 races.

Not saying that Scott isn't a smart cookie about matching up, but from what I have been told, Scott should not engage in ahead sets with Alex. He has a better shot a races against Alex -- much better.

Right, the cream rises to the top in ahead sets. Scott's aggressive style can be unbeatable, but it can flop badly in a really long set, like it did.

He played great to hold out 5 days, but Power One Pocket definitely did not control the match from the outset.


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06-23-2015, 03:27 AM

i don't think this last match proved that alex is the best

i think its like anything else,he played good enough to win 8 games
it was not long ago when Gabe Owen ran over everyone at the Derby City
It looked like he could beat anyone in the world,but now he doesn't even play

I, personally ,will bet on efren to beat alex if they play
  
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06-23-2015, 03:28 AM

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Scott is the better mover but Alex is a better shot maker Alex does good in 9 or 10 ball tournaments. When the last time you ever heard Scott frost winning a 9or10 ball tournament. Johnny could play one pocket for 6 months an best Scott for the same reason Alex beat him they shot better.
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06-23-2015, 03:29 AM

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i don't think this last match proved that alex is the best

i think its like anything else,he played good enough to win 8 games
it was not long ago when Gabe Owen ran over everyone at the Derby City
It looked like he could beat anyone in the world,but now he doesn't even play

I, personally ,will bet on efren to beat alex if they play
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It's a bet - 06-23-2015, 03:30 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!

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Here's a bet: I bet someone at the I.R.S. reads this crap.
I m sure they keep track of all pool woofing as well as present tax bills to all the winners that have been discussed here over the years

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06-23-2015, 05:52 AM

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Johnny could play one pocket for 6 months an best Scott for the same reason Alex beat him they shot better.
For crying out loud...if you are going to represent the s/n pimp don't post nonsense like this lol.


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