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Sabet is a nasty virgin
Oct 2, 2001
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O'Sullivan is down 2-1 against Williams. Ronnie's problem is about concentration Imo he is a great player, only if he relax :disagree:
 

JCK

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May 11, 2004
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snoop said:
O'Sullivan is down 2-1 against Williams. Ronnie's problem is about concentration Imo he is a great player, only if he relax :disagree:
He does not have the patience anymore, he is the most gifted player in the world and if he just have the patience no one would take a frame from him. Yesterday he was down 9 - 7 against Day at the break, when the play resumed he won 5 frames in a row. I always have confidence he can win any tournament but he needs to be a bit more patient.
 
Sep 28, 2002
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Jeeks said:
He does not have the patience anymore, he is the most gifted player in the world and if he just have the patience no one would take a frame from him. Yesterday he was down 9 - 7 against Day at the break, when the play resumed he won 5 frames in a row. I always have confidence he can win any tournament but he needs to be a bit more patient.
he is the most fun to watch though.
 

Manuel

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Aug 8, 2003
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Well he's 4-2 down now against Williams. It's a tight match though, Williams just getting the run of balls at the moment, that's the only difference I can see between them for now.
I do wonder if Ronnie's tip is gonna last long this time. :p
 

Manuel

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Aug 8, 2003
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Jeeks said:
Not anymore :disagree:

His best season was when he won over Ronnie in the Sheffield final of 2004.
Yeah, sad to see a player of his calibre go down like that. But the fact that even though he is still in his chemo therapy, he still comes out to play in tournemants is fantastic. I hope het gets a complete and fast recovery.
 

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May 11, 2004
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Intro said:
Jimmy White was the most entertaining to watch.
If you want to go back in time, Hendry was the first to start taking risk of scattering the pack and controlling the cue ball at the same time, then O'Sullivan came to perfect this style.

Yes, Bardock, sad about Hunter, I really hope he comes back to his days. Players like Maguire make the game so silly, and he's the one they are saying will be the future number one.
 

Manuel

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Aug 8, 2003
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#15
Azzurri7 said:
Yeah I still remmber that final.

Anyone got the sched with the games???
Order of play at The Crucible
(All times BST)

Tuesday 25 April

1000 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus)

1430 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng)

1900 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus)

Wednesday 26 April

1000 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus) (to a finish)

1430 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK) (to a finish)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng)

1900 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng) (to a finish)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng) (to a finish)

That's all I could find right now.
 

JCK

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May 11, 2004
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Bardock said:
Well he's 4-2 down now against Williams. It's a tight match though, Williams just getting the run of balls at the moment, that's the only difference I can see between them for now.
I do wonder if Ronnie's tip is gonna last long this time. :p
It is still too early in the tie to judge, the play will be resumed tomorrow. If Williams is to do an achievement, he has to pull at least a four frame difference and I don't see Ronnie letting him.
 

Azzurri7

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Dec 16, 2003
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#17
Bardock said:
Order of play at The Crucible
(All times BST)

Tuesday 25 April

1000 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus)

1430 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng)

1900 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus)

Wednesday 26 April

1000 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng)
G Dott (Sco) v N Robertson (Aus) (to a finish)

1430 start:
K Doherty (Ire) v M Fu (HK) (to a finish)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng)

1900 start:
S Murphy (Eng) v P Ebdon (Eng) (to a finish)
M Williams (Wal) v R O'Sullivan (Eng) (to a finish)

That's all I could find right now.

Thanks man.

+rep.
 
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Sabet is a nasty virgin
Oct 2, 2001
28,186
#18
Jeeks said:
He does not have the patience anymore, he is the most gifted player in the world and if he just have the patience no one would take a frame from him. Yesterday he was down 9 - 7 against Day at the break, when the play resumed he won 5 frames in a row. I always have confidence he can win any tournament but he needs to be a bit more patient.
that's true. the score is 4-4 btw

Ebdon is raping murphy btw 5-0 :shocked:
 

JCK

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May 11, 2004
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O'Sullivan's game will continue tomorrow, great last two frames. I expect Williams to take the lead again in the beginning. The evening encounter will be interesting.
 

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