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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Deni Kantono [a.k.a. Chen Yuming] has returned to PB. Djarum after an absence of 2 years from coaching [to help grow his trading business]. Deni now was charged with all the WD squad since early this year, I think... Mel-Shendy are his top elite pupils, of course...
    I think u mentioned this earlier this month So with Deni Kantono in charge of the WD and Antonius in charge of MD, Team Djarum can groom more talents now.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Shendy has to use her advantage of being tall...her smash is powerful...
    I remembered I first saw her play was during the Cheers Asian Satellite, when she was still in Pelatnas, partnering Devi Tika Permatasari. She's really tall for an INA gal

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I remembered I first saw her play was during the Cheers Asian Satellite, when she was still in Pelatnas, partnering Devi Tika Permatasari. She's really tall for an INA gal
    Yes...they call her Kingkong.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Yes...they call her Kingkong.......
    That's a nasty nickname for a gal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    That's a nasty nickname for a gal....
    yeah......... she is friendly though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Deni Kantono [a.k.a. Chen Yuming] has returned to PB. Djarum after an absence of 2 years from coaching [to help grow his trading business]. Deni now was charged with all the WD squad since early this year, I think... Mel-Shendy are his top elite pupils, of course...
    as I knew Denny's Chinese name is Kwan You Ming

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I think u mentioned this earlier this month So with Deni Kantono in charge of the WD and Antonius in charge of MD, Team Djarum can groom more talents now.....
    Yes, Antonius is directly in charge of the adult MD [Rian-Yoke-Fran-Rendra-Wifqi-Alfiat-Rizky-Albert] From what I heard, Sigit Budiarto is doing a good job teaching the under-19 and under-16 MD team... I heard people say that when Sigit teaches, he reminds them of Phil Jackson of the LA Lakers.... I don't know whether those stories are true. Could be just some fans blowing things out of proportion... Hopefully, one of these days, his pupils will give him titles he can be proud about... Not yet, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    as I knew Denny's Chinese name is Kwan You Ming
    My memory is pretty rusty, I admit. But I remember his surname is Chen...

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    COngrats to Marc, He's a brilliant player, very consistent among the top 20 to 40 players.....lets look forward to good results from him in coming SS and big tournaments.......I hope he can perform like anup somewhere soon .....There should be some upsets in SS men's singles by european singles players not only Kenneth and PG......

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    Yeah man, we need GER to have a Wacha type world-beater... Feared by many... It is more fun for everyone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebees90 View Post
    COngrats to Marc, He's a brilliant player, very consistent among the top 20 to 40 players.....lets look forward to good results from him in coming SS and big tournaments.......I hope he can perform like anup somewhere soon .....There should be some upsets in SS men's singles by european singles players not only Kenneth and PG......
    Yes...we need more non asian players to fare well in any tourneys.....it makes badminton more exciting....thats one of ways to promote badminton...more PAW games more difficult to play....

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    Hi again.....Yes that will make Badminton more unpredictable and interesting.....By the way can you guide me how can I play PAW Game?? that seems to be interesting but I've never played it. and can you guide me easily to learn it..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebees90 View Post
    Hi again.....Yes that will make Badminton more unpredictable and interesting.....By the way can you guide me how can I play PAW Game?? that seems to be interesting but I've never played it. and can you guide me easily to learn it..........
    sure...basically in each tournament, eaither you will have 28 picks or 32 picks..( Sandy will detremine that)..so you pick single players in MS and WS who will win...since it si about the points...sometimes..we PAW big points...lets say LD vs Marc , based on the ranking, sandy has a formula so lets say LD vs Marc ( 5-25)..so if you choose LD is winner then youget 5 points but you choose Marc and he beats LD then you get 25 points...
    For Double ( MD,WD and XD), we start PAWing from Quarter final onward...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    as I knew Denny's Chinese name is Kwan You Ming
    I just checked. You're right, Deni Kantono = Kwan Yoe Ming My mistake, last time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    sure...basically in each tournament, eaither you will have 28 picks or 32 picks..( Sandy will detremine that)..so you pick single players in MS and WS who will win...since it si about the points...sometimes..we PAW big points...lets say LD vs Marc , based on the ranking, sandy has a formula so lets say LD vs Marc ( 5-25)..so if you choose LD is winner then youget 5 points but you choose Marc and he beats LD then you get 25 points...
    For Double ( MD,WD and XD), we start PAWing from Quarter final onward...

    Hi.....Thanks alot for all the info....In the next tournament I'll join PAW game, That seems to be very interesting......So how many participants are normally there in PAW Game?? and who's got good marks overall??

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebees90 View Post
    Hi.....Thanks alot for all the info....In the next tournament I'll join PAW game, That seems to be very interesting......So how many participants are normally there in PAW Game?? and who's got good marks overall??
    haha..tough to tell..it like guessing game...so many competitors and very competitive also....

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    for a super series event, you normally get 50+ players in the PAW game. most of the time, an average of 7-8 points per pick will win you the tournament ....

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