I watched it yesterday and I think it is a recent post from accu-stats. Fun to watch and we saw both good and bad play. I'm surprised Keith was at .950 at one point, but when he did hit a gear—it was pretty fun to watch. Both of their breaks were weak compared to the players today even though they started making multiple balls in the later racks. I'll take Shanes break any day.
now i see why he is a legend,
his behavior. i can’t watch him.
like some guy at a restaurant
eating with his mouth open-
he isn’t doing anything morally wrong,
but i have to leave.
oh- I also played Parica a few times over the years and one think sticks out in my mind...He broke first, broke dry and the 1 was straight in, about 18" from pocket.
With about 376 people watching, i shot that ball into the rail about a foot from the pocket. Dammit.
I take my deserved place in the chair and my buddy puts his hand on my shoulder and says, "yeah, he wins a lot of games because he is Jose Parica".