Siming Chen vs Donny Mills

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I just thought that since you were making fun of the way I played that maybe you could show me how it’s supposed to be done. It’s ok I get laughed at a lot. I just enjoy playing the game that’s why I no longer gamble. I’m not trying to take anyone’s money just doing it because it’s what I want to do. Others peoples opinion of how bad I play doesn’t bother me.

You beat the ghost, what's there to make fun of? I usually play alone too, just love the game. If I play once a month I'm lucky.
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To put her skills into perspective, the top skilled USA Woman is Vivian V with a 687. Siming with a 783 would win 2 games for every 1 that Vivian wins. So yeah, she can be expected to beat many men.
 

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To put her skills into perspective, the top skilled USA Woman is Vivian V with a 687. Siming with a 783 would win 2 games for every 1 that Vivian wins. So yeah, she can be expected to beat many men.
Yes she certainly can the question is how would she fare with those her rate in long sets for the cheese that jury is still out on that I for one like many others need to see it to believe it ,



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Yes she certainly can the question is how would she fare with those her rate in long sets for the cheese that jury is still out on that I for one like many others need to see it to believe it ,



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Siming’s FargoRate is based on her tournament play...which is shortish races.
....there are lots of tournament players that probably can’t handle a knock ‘em down and
drag ‘em out session.
...that’s why I liked Bergman over Shaw the time they played race to 80...
...a short race, I favor Shaw.
 

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Siming’s FargoRate is based on her tournament play...which is shortish races.
....there are lots of tournament players that probably can’t handle a knock ‘em down and
drag ‘em out session.
...that’s why I liked Bergman over Shaw the time they played race to 80...
...a short race, I favor Shaw.

And why I took Corey over Justin getting 3 on the wire I thought he was stealing , but you get it , it remains to be seen if Shaw can hold up in that long race against Berg

I think the Match for entertainment , Billy Gene Bobby Riggs ,, is Earl , that would be priceless

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And why I took Corey over Justin getting 3 on the wire I thought he was stealing , but you get it , it remains to be seen if Shaw can hold up in that long race against Berg

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Yeah, I think Corey took advantage of them needing a player for the stream....
....I don’t blame him, mind you....he made a good game for himself.
The Justin camp obviously preferred that game over the alternative....
...Alex offered to take Shaw’s place.
 

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Yeah, I think Corey took advantage of them needing a player for the stream....
....I don’t blame him, mind you....he made a good game for himself.
The Justin camp obviously preferred that game over the alternative....
...Alex offered to take Shaw’s place.

And so did SVB

I wish Bergman had played Shane.

To be the man you gotta beat the man.
 

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And why I took Corey over Justin getting 3 on the wire I thought he was stealing , but you get it , it remains to be seen if Shaw can hold up in that long race against Berg

I think the Match for entertainment , Billy Gene Bobby Riggs ,, is Earl , that would be priceless

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Corey plays better 8 ball than Justin. This is one of the rare occasions where being that creative is not factored into Fargo. If they played 9/10ball on any table, Justin is the favorite and creativity really has no effect on the game.
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Yeah, I think Corey took advantage of them needing a player for the stream....
....I don’t blame him, mind you....he made a good game for himself.
The Justin camp obviously preferred that game over the alternative....
...Alex offered to take Shaw’s place.

I was with one of the Backers of Roys crew saw him watching it I asked who do you like he said Berg I looked at him and said who gives Corey 3 on the wire bar box 8 ball no one bar none has to like that


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I was with one of the Backers of Roys crew saw him watching it I asked who do you like he said Berg I looked at him and said who gives Corey 3 on the wire bar box 8 ball no one bar none has to like that


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What you shoulda said is how much do you want to bet on the match.
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I was with one of the Backers of Roys crew saw him watching it I asked who do you like he said Berg I looked at him and said who gives Corey 3 on the wire bar box 8 ball no one bar none has to like that


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Alex has won a lot of money in his life....he’s also lost a lot.
 

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Corey plays better 8 ball than Justin. This is one of the rare occasions where being that creative is not factored into Fargo. If they played 9/10ball on any table, Justin is the favorite and creativity really has no effect on the game.
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No actually it was his break that won him that match and your right he cant win rotation against Berg with current break rules , let him break how he wants im not so sure about it then ,,


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Alex was there with Bustie, who decided to take over the cooking chores....
....didn’t work out so good....but he charmed the firemen....😀

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No actually it was his break that won him that match and your right he cant win rotation against Berg with current break rules , let him break how he wants im not so sure about it then ,,


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I'd have to disagree, it was ability to navigate those tuff racks that makes him the favorite.
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I'd have to disagree, it was ability to navigate those tuff racks that makes him the favorite.
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Corey missed almost twice as many balls as Justin. Justin broke and ran 66% of successful breaks whereas Corey broke and ran 56% of successful breaks.

The huge difference in this match was fouled/or dry breaks. Justin had 40 and Corey only had 26.

Based on the above, if Justin broke like Corey then he most likely would have won first 3 sets convincingly.
 

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I'd have to disagree, it was ability to navigate those tuff racks that makes him the favorite.
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Did you watch the match? I watched just about every rack. If Corey broke the balls for both of them, Bergman would have certainly won. It was almost sad how big the difference was. Saw some Facebook posts that said they agreed they wouldn’t check each others racks. Bad move for Justin if it’s true. Corey basically had the corner balls wired, giving him his choice more often than not.
 
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