Anybody out there, older then me, remember Steve in his prime? Did it seem odd at the time that he had only won it twice? He won it in 1982, then wasn't in a final again until 1988. Did it seem odd that somebody who was winning the World Title so often, and was the runner up in the years that he didn't win it, wasn't getting to the business end of the Masters? Or was it just seen as one of those things. Was there any reasons for this, do people think? Did he just not like playing at the venue?
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