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SnookerEd25 wrote:THE BALLAD OF PETER LINES :
Oh, Peter Lines
They’ll be handing out fines
Because you spoke your mind
You should have left it all behind…
On the table where you ply your trade
Once match is lost, just let if fade
Come back to fight another day
Or practice hard upon your play
Take a leaf out of your son’s book
He knows his way round this game, snook
Sinks balls, makes plants, shakes hands and goes
Never makes trouble for other pro’s
So what have you learned from this, old Pete?
To keep it buttoned, when you do meet
the gent who best you on the baize;
come back and play, on other days…
Prop wrote:Few people on social media saying Lines thought the ref replaced a ball incorrectly, and Xiao was about to take advantage of that and play an easier escape which shouldn’t have been playable.
Holden Chinaski wrote:Prop wrote:Few people on social media saying Lines thought the ref replaced a ball incorrectly, and Xiao was about to take advantage of that and play an easier escape which shouldn’t have been playable.
That's what Selby did at the World Championship.
James Bentley wrote:All the accounts of this incident that I can find online are from Chinese sources, translated into English with varying degrees of success. This one's my favourite so far:
https://inf.news/en/sport/48732ed9f0d4d ... ae4f5.html
Peter's surname is variously "Lines", "Lanes", "Lions" and "Lins", plus there's the memorable sentence "Xiao Guodong revealed that after the game, Lions spoke rudely to himself and vomited fragrantly".
Still no idea what went on.
HappyCamper wrote:Is there any suggestion Lines said anything racist?
lhpirnie wrote:If you're interested:
Just over 9 minutes into the video.
There wasn't any outburst at the table, it all happened later.
Scooper wrote:“Netizens” that’s a new one
SnookerFan wrote:As has been said, we've not heard Lines side of the story. But it's certainly not looking good for him.
Dan-cat wrote:Scooper wrote:“Netizens” that’s a new one
Was a dotcom bubble word back in the late 90s/early 2000s