Based on their Fargorate probabilities, even odds were Styer having to get 25 to Morra's 30 so Tyler performed better than statistically expected. I watched for 2 of the last 3 hours with a break in the middle. The play was very slow, it was a little tough to watch. What was interesting was towards the end, Tyler finally got to the table, I think it was 26/28 Morra in the lead, and Tyler picked his pace up by quite a bit. He was shooting great and looked more comfortable to me. Got two racks to even it up but he broke dry at 28/28 and that was the end of his last run.