Fantastic video, Dennis.
I couldn't help but notice that at 7:20 in the third rack you gave him a great spot when repositioning the 3 balls after he hit them with the bridge. He had no break ball before the accident but you created break balls with the 5 and 14 after the spot (well, the 14 could have been used but you improved its position). Don't take that as me being critical. You did the best you could given the situation. He did end up keeping the 5 ball for his break shot.
I didn't even notice exactly where the balls were before they were disturbed. I was a bit flummoxed by the faulty bridge that fell apart wreaking havoc on the table. I took his word for the ball placement. It was only a few racks in and didn't seem that important at the time. I still don't think it was that important. :wink: