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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 5-9 (KI is showing her experience now)
    MM-KI 6-10
    MM-KI 8-10 (Can MM come back?)

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 8-10 (Can MM come back?)
    MM-KI 10-10 (MM is BACK)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match is playing right now as I type.

    I shall give the progressive score as they are playing (So far, they have won 1 game each).

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 0-0
    I'll bet my second last dollar that Minatsu will win .

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 10-10 (MM is BACK)
    MM-KI 11-10 (MM reaches the interval first)

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 11-10 (MM reaches the interval first)
    MM-KI 11-11 (KI is BACK)
    MM-KI 12-12

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    Quote Originally Posted by suetyan View Post
    great! Sekiya upsets Judith??? Haha... great great. Because from your email, you told me that Sekiya is going to lose!! So, I thought she is going to say sayonora
    Oh, yes. She lost the first set and was down in the second set when I emailed you. But she made a remarkable recovery to win the match . The Japanese have many talented players who should be emerging into the main scene soon. Minatsu Mitani is one of them.

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 12-12
    MM-KI 13-13 (phil-mm, are you getting nervous/excited now?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 12-12
    MM-KI 13-13 (phil-mm, are you getting nervous/excited now?)
    I'm surprised Minatsu hasn't won yet. But Kaori is an experienced player.

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 13-13 (phil-mm, are you getting nervous/excited now?)
    MM-KI 13-15
    MM-KI 14-16 (Again, KI shows her experience)

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 14-16 (Again, KI shows her experience)
    MM-KI 14-18
    MM-KI 15-19

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    Ok, I'm going off to mope .

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12

    Game 3:
    MM-KI 15-19
    MM-KI 16-20 (KI keeps the 4 points lead)
    MM-KI 16-21

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    The Minatsu Mitani-vs-Kaori Imabeppu match

    Match over. Kaori shows what her experience can do for her.

    Game 1: MM-KI 14-21
    Game 2: MM-KI 21-12
    Game 3: MM-KI 16-21

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    What is the purpose of these "livescores"? Isn't that usually only done when the livescore on tournamentsoftware is down and stream/tv viewers do the udates?

    In any case the title is as good as in the bag for Axeman . The only one to stop him left was Pang but he seems to have trouble playing Abian so not a giant upset. Although I see now h2h was 3-0 Pang?? Could've sworn he lost at least once ..? Axeman had no trouble disposing of the spaniard at the Dutch so seems a done deal (Red Bull wings?? )
    Last edited by demolidor; 01-22-2011 at 10:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    What is the purpose of these "livescores"? Isn't that usually only done when the livescore on tournamentsoftware is down and stream/tv viewers do the udates?
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    It's like following a Chess match.

    Progressive cores can show the flow of the match via the players' state of mind, that is; their upsurge, stability, deterioration, etc, etc, ...... as the match progresses.


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    Articles from Badzine :

    http://www.badzine.net/uncategorized...ominate/12154/

    Viktor Axelsen plays the final

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-mm View Post
    Ok, I'm going off to mope .
    Japan will sweep two golds tonight, I think. Kaori will beat Mayu tonight.

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