In his second match, didn't Magee beat a FR 520 by a score of 9-8. He's at least a 500 player, and according to Dr. Dave's comparison that would put him around APA 7 or 8 in 9-ball??Anyone who saw the Trump match and thinks Magee is an APA 3 is delusional - In fact, it actually says more about your speed than his.
I only saw his Trump match, placed on the big stage, first match of the tourney, facing a world snooker champion, live crowd, huge TV audience, commentators, media buildup, with friends watching - all on 4.25” pocckets??? Yes he was obviously and understandably nervous.I thought he looked like a very, very nervous APA 5/6 out there.
Zero chance. An A player probably wouldn't be able to execute at that level no matter how much nerves they had, but they certainly wouldn't have made some of the choices he did which were terrible and showed clear lack of knowledge. Not that it matters, he paid his money as is just as entitled to play as anybody else for whatever his own personal reasons are. More power to him.FYI I hear from a reliable source in the tournament that Joe Magee is a low A player from Pennsylvania not a 3 in the APA
Sclafani's 520 rating is a pure starter rating with no robustness (i.e. zero games in the system) and can't be used as evidence one way or another.In his second match, didn't Magee beat a FR 520 by a score of 9-8. He's at least a 500 player, and according to Dr. Dave's comparison that would put him around APA 7 or 8 in 9-ball??