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2011 Macau Open GPG: Finals Sunday 04-Dec

Discussion in 'Macau Open GP Gold / Korea GP Gold / India GP 2011' started by chris-ccc, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. kelana

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    weird....no more Live Score?? what's the he%%??? any match goes on there???
     
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    LOL...the Korean just learned from China team....................
     
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    HA HA HA.... my guess is absolutely correct, Jung/Kim won easily!


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    [TD]8-4 Retired[/TD]
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  4. kwun

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    wait a minute.

    that's a Chinese move.

    not fair!
     
  5. kelana

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    okay never mind, saving my awakening time, next battle and also the last one: DPY vs LHI
     
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    must be a brilliant move by the Koreans.

    it is a Chinese vs. Korean affair in the finals. (at least for the matches that actually got played) so the Korea threw DuPY off by ending the WD match early.

    yeah. that's gotta be it. ;)
     
  7. kelana

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    Because of today's pools of knowledge and ways of communication & interaction, people learn pretty fasssstttt!
    Any good invention, other will catch up pretty soon :D:p eventually only effectiveness, efficiency and scale of production do give the edge!
     
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    G1: Du Pengyu 15 - 14 Lee Hyun Il

    ... 18 - 14, 18-16, 19-16

    20 - 16, 20-17

    Du takes the first game 21-17

    seems the Korean magical trick does not work!
     
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    wait...wait... seems the trick starts to work in the 2nd game...

    LHI leads 8 -4 now.. 8-5, 9-6... 11-7 into toilet break

    LHI leads 12-8...14-8...18-10

    a rubber is needed

    yeap, LHI takes G2: 21-11
     
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    All Thai players? Including Ratchanok ? She is underage for the casino and the casino lets her play. tsk tsk tsk
     
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    G3: LHI leads 4-1
     
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    Just as I thought, Lee HL is beginning to grind and grind,chip and chip away like a hardworking squirrel until DPY simply collapses from exhaustion and frustration
     
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    Poor DPY,that's just not the way for anyone,even a badminton lover like him,to spend the Sunday, as if he has a choice.
     
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    G3: Du Pengyu 8 - 10 Lee Hyun Il

    8-11...last toilet break

    11-13...11-16, 12-16, 13-16.. 15-16

    16-17, 16-18
     
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    Lee Hyun-Il is a boa constrictor, 70 minutes and he's still at it,inhuman.
     
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    DPY still breathing and struggling, in that case the boa constrictor is not ready to swallow him whole yet. Won't be long now.
     
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    See, you only see Lee HL and his big bloated stomache, no DPY anywhere in sight. R.I.P.
     
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    Head-to-Head: Lee Hyun Il 1 - 0 Du Pengyu

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    [TD]17-21 21-11 21-18
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    Korean magical trick does pay off!
     
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    Owww, lucky I didn't go to Macau. Would have got more entertainment seeing one of the shows.
     
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    There is no XD score in TS, anyone know why??
     

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