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Doo Hoi Kem vs Ito Mima:  Now 2-2.

The 5th game, Doo is ahead 8-6. (Ito Mima time out.)


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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

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ZYL's been playing like sh*t lately. She's lucky to escape another defeat.

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Yeah right now that 2nd Olympics spot is going to either WMY, LSW or possibly CM in that order.
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Doo vs Ito:  3-2 now.
Ito may not survive.
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Whoa! Games 2 & 3 Mima Ito lost 11-1 11-2. Can she pull it together.
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Doo Hoi Kem beat Ito Mima:  4-2.
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Why in the world that a week or so ago, Zhu Yuling lost so bad to Ito Mima?

Here Doo beat Ito:  4-2.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Why in the world that a week or so ago, Zhu Yuling lost so bad to Ito Mima?

Here Doo beat Ito:  4-2.

Yes, I thought Ito could be in danger playing against Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese players for instance. In the past, she often lost from non Chinese players. Lots of people have begun thinking she could be the best one but ...they forgot the other players :)) Not enough being able to defeat the Chineseplayers, you have to be able to defeat the other ones also
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Why in the world that a week or so ago, Zhu Yuling lost so bad to Ito Mima?

Here Doo beat Ito:  4-2.
It's simply table tennis. 
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Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.
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Managing the pressure once everybody is looking at you as a favourite is not easy. That's why Ding Ning is the top of the top.
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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.
Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm
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It's all part of her grand strategy to limit the number of opportunities for the Chinese to compete against her 😀. Probably just peaked in Sweden. Go home early. Rest up and prepare for Grand Finals.
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Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt
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Hi,

Take a look at the Women's singles draw quarters.  Naw, don't bother: China, China, China.

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<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Hi,
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<font size="3" color="#0033ff">Take a look at the Women's singles draw quarters.  Naw, don't bother: China, China, China.
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Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.


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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Why in the world that a week or so ago, Zhu Yuling lost so bad to Ito Mima?

Here Doo beat Ito:  4-2.

Simple, ITO and ZYL are overrated and Doo is underrated. ;)
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Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt

It's not that she doesn't want to win.  Everyone wants to win.  But the reality is she's probably physically, emotionally, and even mentally somewhat drained as this is the second of a back to back tournament.  She's already proven to herself that she can beat the best of the best.  For now anyway, she has nothing to prove.  Plus, she still has the Grand Finals to prepare/look forward to.
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Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Why in the world that a week or so ago, Zhu Yuling lost so bad to Ito Mima?

Here Doo beat Ito:  4-2.
It's simply table tennis. 


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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt

It's not that she doesn't want to win.  Everyone wants to win.  But the reality is she's probably physically, emotionally, and even mentally somewhat drained as this is the second of a back to back tournament.  She's already proven to herself that she can beat the best of the best.  For now anyway, she has nothing to prove.  Plus, she still has the Grand Finals to prepare/look forward to.



Fully agree with you ...

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Zheng Peifeng leading TB 2-0. I'm a penholder myself. Really like how Zheng plays.
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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt

It's not that she doesn't want to win.  Everyone wants to win.  But the reality is she's probably physically, emotionally, and even mentally somewhat drained as this is the second of a back to back tournament.  She's already proven to herself that she can beat the best of the best.  For now anyway, she has nothing to prove.  Plus, she still has the Grand Finals to prepare/look forward to.

It’s just another tournament. No big deal. Nobody can win all matches, event Ma Long can not do that. It’s just like playing cards on a poker table. If you can win big pots and lose small pots, you are already a very good player.
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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt


It's not that she doesn't want to win.  Everyone wants to win.  But the reality is she's probably physically, emotionally, and even mentally somewhat drained as this is the second of a back to back tournament.  She's already proven to herself that she can beat the best of the best.  For now anyway, she has nothing to prove.  Plus, she still has the Grand Finals to prepare/look forward to.


Exactly. She also does not want to over expose herself to the chinese who are now trying to find ways to beat her.
She would be wise to limit her encounters with the chinese before the Tokyo Olympics.

Edited by jackwong23 - 11/09/2018 at 9:28am
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Zheng Peifeng leading TB 2-0. I'm a penholder myself. Really like how Zheng plays.

He is fun to watch. Very impressive BH.
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Originally posted by pongfugrasshopper pongfugrasshopper wrote:

Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Originally posted by troubadour troubadour wrote:

Originally posted by jackwong23 jackwong23 wrote:

Ito mima looked like she lost interest and did not try out there. I don't blame her, these are mickey mouse tournaments and winning and losing does not matter in the great scheme of things.

Oh!, do tell bro, If a Platinum tournament is mickey mouse, then what's an Ordinary World Tour Event in Sweden??.
Or who knows, like in your GREAT SCHEME OF THINGS,  maybe Ito deliberately lost to avoid the Chinese and to hide her weapons, seems like you were actually making some sense, hmmn, Ermm


Lol I ll play this tournament but I dont want to win. She has not defeated me I dont have interest..yehhhhhh rightttt


It's not that she doesn't want to win.  Everyone wants to win.  But the reality is she's probably physically, emotionally, and even mentally somewhat drained as this is the second of a back to back tournament.  She's already proven to herself that she can beat the best of the best.  For now anyway, she has nothing to prove.  Plus, she still has the Grand Finals to prepare/look forward to.


Ok I Agree but i think ito built her game to beat chinese but maybe not outplay other players
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Originally posted by chroot chroot wrote:

Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

Zheng Peifeng leading TB 2-0. I'm a penholder myself. Really like how Zheng plays.

He is fun to watch. Very impressive BH.

Seems like the magic of TB's trademark FH spinny loop is gone with T05H.
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Originally posted by Makelele Makelele wrote:

That lateral camera was the best angle to watch the game in real time, but unfortunately they used it only before the players serve and for the slow motion repetition.


I find it very jarring and annoying to show the serve and then switch cameras mid point.
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Originally posted by WeebleWobble WeebleWobble wrote:

Originally posted by Makelele Makelele wrote:

That lateral camera was the best angle to watch the game in real time, but unfortunately they used it only before the players serve and for the slow motion repetition.


I find it very jarring and annoying to show the serve and then switch cameras mid point.



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Originally posted by vvk1 vvk1 wrote:

Originally posted by chroot chroot wrote:

Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

Zheng Peifeng leading TB 2-0. I'm a penholder myself. Really like how Zheng plays.


He is fun to watch. Very impressive BH.


Seems like the magic of TB's trademark FH spinny loop is gone with T05H.



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Originally posted by vvk1 vvk1 wrote:

Originally posted by chroot chroot wrote:

Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

Zheng Peifeng leading TB 2-0. I'm a penholder myself. Really like how Zheng plays.

He is fun to watch. Very impressive BH.

Seems like the magic of TB's trademark FH spinny loop is gone with T05H.

Time to eat a humble pie :-)
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