Chen Jin's Day of Reckoning

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  1. Bbn

    Bbn Regular Member

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    Not true, the CJ -LCW game contains a mine of Info that can be used to map out a plan for the next game.

    Players learn from past performances all the time to understand better their adversary.

    Here it looks as if both players in today's finals are fighting fit, so it will be the basis of an appropriate strategy.
     
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    LD is fresh as always.. I hope LCW can handle everything on court tonight, and play a much patient game against LD.
    Anyway, i also hope to see the match of the CENTURY tonight!:D
     
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    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    now you said so

    as i mentioned to you we have a member with 2 personalities

    one is good another one purely targeting lcw.

    it is such humiliating and i don't why you guys keep engaging him in debate

    and the mod aren't doing anything.

    its so sick i am out of here.
     
  4. limsy

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    didnt u see the hidden plot of his
    create a new thread but spelling wrong name
    lol
     
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    Not so much revelation lah, to some of us that is.
    Chen Jin played in team event, if I remember correctly, all 3 team ties. In individual event, I noticed CJ was already slower in the match vs Taiwan's Chou - slower than his usual self that is. By the time reach semi, CJ lost steam.
    While LCW had 4 days rest before the individual events started. In AG, need to consider the matches starting from team event.
     
  6. Bbn

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    Good observation,thank you.

    I'm actually using this game as a case study of types game plans as well as what to do and what not to do against different opponents.

    Like some Sun Tsu Bing Fa.Using technical analysis.
     
  7. Bbn

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    in another thread most people have said that even if CJ had been fit he wouldn't have troubled LCW as

    he does not have the strokes or court-craft to play LCW.I think eventually LCW was anticipating his moves like a

    book.As someone in this forum advised, when the body is tired nothing works.

    Could be both, so its up to us to draw our own conclusions.
     
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    single case study result cant be apply on other matches
    its just like a research
    u need more sample and more statistic to prove it
     
  9. Bbn

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    A case study is just the research method that does not need statistical methods to prove.

    The case study method is not proving anything,it is carrying out applied or action research.

    Any research text will tell you that.
     
  10. Bbn

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    Well so today in the final, LD suceeded where CJ failed, using what was the classic strategy,at least LD knew his limits and gave up the 2nd.

    surprising that in this 21 point rally system the old pacing and catch -up strategy still works. Today's final reminded me of the 60s and 70s

    where Hartono's philosophy was "Badminton is all about exacting the maximum damage to your opponent", ultimately forcing your opponent to

    keep pace with you like in cycling or long distance running varying the pace and speed until the opponent turns to jelly at the finish line.

    LCW sure has improved as a player with his wide repertoire of strokes but he was up against 2 legends.

    LD has managed to succeed to playing now a different game ,few of his smashes could penetrate LCW's defence,

    but he was patient.

    Well I started the thread and now I think this thread has served its purpose, hope its useful, but I'm sure the veterans know

    what I was trying to say all the time,minus all the partisan interruptions.
     
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