Great video showing a prime example of the "wheels coming off"

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Got Heart?
Silver Member
My title is not meant to be disrespectful to anyone. I just feel I can relate to Beau Runningen in playing amazing one moment then watching it fall apart in the same set.

This is a great video that shows how one mistake can shift the momentum and have you clawing to get it back.

Beau plays magnificent half way through against Efren, escaping every lock safety too. Then he misses an 8 ball to go up 6-1 and the momentum shifts.

I'm not surprised this video has 100k plus views.

https://youtu.be/uxLHvVJuMdA
 

sebroy9

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
My title is not meant to be disrespectful to anyone. I just feel I can relate to Beau Runningen in playing amazing one moment then watching it fall apart in the same set.

This is a great video that shows how one mistake can shift the momentum and have you clawing to get it back.

Beau plays magnificent half way through against Efren, escaping every lock safety too. Then he misses an 8 ball to go up 6-1 and the momentum shifts.

I'm not surprised this video has 100k plus views.

https://youtu.be/uxLHvVJuMdA

Thanks for the video,it passed under the radar for me.

People coming back in a match is nothing new but still, I appreciate people giving me good matches to watch.
 

Cardigan Kid

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
My title is not meant to be disrespectful to anyone. I just feel I can relate to Beau Runningen in playing amazing one moment then watching it fall apart in the same set.

This is a great video that shows how one mistake can shift the momentum and have you clawing to get it back.

Beau plays magnificent half way through against Efren, escaping every lock safety too. Then he misses an 8 ball to go up 6-1 and the momentum shifts.

I'm not surprised this video has 100k plus views.

https://youtu.be/uxLHvVJuMdA

If he made that 8 and 9, he would have been up 7-2...instead Efren went to 3-6...

and yes, it is clear he starts to play a little different after that 8. The big example was when Efren leaves the 2 hanging, and Beau goes for a masse shot around the seven but hits the 7 ball, Efren then goes to 4-6. from there, Beau's play is a little more reserved but still gathers himself to get to 7-5, then a costly position error in the next game, gives Efren the rack to 6-7.

1 hour 22 min mark: The killer is Efren misses on the 5 ball in next rack, but rolls safe in center table, Beau goes for the double bridge stack jump shot (Shane US Open shot), makes it but bounces cue off table. Efren to 7-7

Match is over from there. Efren wins out 9-7

you are correct... it all started with the miss on the 8. Great video and thanks for the post.
 
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