Well, you guys saw it for yourself. Actually, you saw it twice in the Asia games. LD, at will, can shift his gear up to a 6th gear that nobody else in the world can play at. You saw it when LD was losing 13-20 to Hu Yun. Next thing you know, it's 22-20 and Hu Yun is wondering what in the world happened. You saw it when LD was losing 16-20 to LCW. Next thing you know, LCW has bad memories of WC 2011 and LD gets 6 straight points to win 22-20. Watch LD's body language. When LD wants to play for real, his body language shows he is more focused and serious. The thing is, LD has always had a 6th gear he can shift to. That's why you can see LD look like a scrub against weaker players and LD barely scrapes by. Everybody thought this was LCW's best chance to beat LD because LD looked really bad. Everybody thought that too when LD played Simon Santoso. But when LD shifts to this 6th gear, he is unbeatable (unless you are Jan O' Jorgensen and you can simply tire LD out by the 3rd set).