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Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

Ronnie79 wrote:Qualies in September event in Nov


I wish World Snooker would make their minds up. <doh>

A bit like my Manchester / Barnsley fiasco earlier this year. Barry Hearn will probably have a press release to announce that it was his intention to move it to November all along. :roll:

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

Wildey wrote:can anyone spot the name Shanghai Masters here http://livescores.worldsnookerdata.com/ http://livescores.worldsnookerdata.com/ ... 7&month=11 And yet on Twitter Matt has told me its not bloody confirmed and Entry packs not out <doh>

Seriously how amateurish can these bunch of morons be <doh>


World Snooker? Very.

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby Cloud Strife

This is getting a little bit confusing now. So is the Shanghai Masters happening or not? Does anyone know? Does World Snooker know?

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby Cloud Strife

SnookerFan wrote:
Badsnookerplayer wrote:It is on but being held in Barnsley.


Barnsley, China?


The Barnsley Masters has a nice ring to it.

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

Cloud Strife wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
Badsnookerplayer wrote:It is on but being held in Barnsley.


Barnsley, China?


The Barnsley Masters has a nice ring to it.


<ok>

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby Wildey

Shanghai Masters have now been removed from the calendar on live scoring.

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

Cloud Strife wrote:Is this supposed to be some sort of joke?

Barry Hearn <doh>


It is a joke. (Even though, it's probably not supposed to be.)

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

fridge46 wrote:Potential Event 2017 Qualifiers: 11-13 October
Potential Event 2017: 13-18 November

:chin:


The Croydon Open.

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby TheSaviour

The top players shouldn´t have to qualify.

Recently David Gilbert has done marvellously. He is solid second rounder, almost a solid quarter-finalist. On any given tournament. That´s a career. Do that some time, and that´s a career.

I basically hate all those qualifiers. Anyone can slip. It would be such a shame if David Gilbert would slip and his run would end. John Higgins has also has done very well recently. A similar solidness. Matt Selt also. Mark Williams is lauching a fight back. Probably Neil Robertson too. Ronnie´s problem is that he isn´t playing. It just isn´t good enough anymore just to show up to play the Masters and perhaps to win that. But that´s not the same.

Everyone should finish the match also. All of them always starts so brightly. Just finish the matches also. And there´s your results also. There´s absolutely no any reason why they couldn´t do that.

It is funny that I yesterday read about that 25% theory. How there is a 25% chance to have an outside winner. Where everything is new.. And nothing controlled at all.. Because I have always felt that the odds should be at least 4/1 that it would make any sense. Otherwise there´s not enough profit marginal, and no-one can live with it. Because there´s always some expenses and slips. You can combine a few favourites together and get that 4/1. But without it it doesn´t make any sense.

Re: Shanghai Masters back on

Postby SnookerFan

Badsnookerplayer wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Is it me, or is The Saviour more understandable than he used to be?

It's called Stockholm Syndrome


rofl