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Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby lhpirnie

mick745 wrote:If the defending champion at the masters is not in the top 16 do they still get to play as no. 1 seed?

Yes. And if I remember, Shaun Murphy was outside the top-16 even after winning the World Championship, and got seeded 2. He beat Ken Doherty in the last-16, denying a player who had rightfully qualified a chance to put food on the table.

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby HappyCamper

Think you need to define I before you can definitively say it is less than 3 times the Masters.

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby SnookerFan

HappyCamper wrote:Think you need to define I before you can definitively say it is less than 3 times the Masters.


What?

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby HappyCamper

SnookerFan wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:Think you need to define I before you can definitively say it is less than 3 times the Masters.


What?


Thread title is "Why I <3 The Masters"
In other words why I is strictly less than 3 times The Masters.
In order to prove the value of I is necessarily less then three times the value of the Masters one would need to define I.
What is hard to understand?

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby Prop

HappyCamper wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:Think you need to define I before you can definitively say it is less than 3 times the Masters.


What?


Thread title is "Why I <3 The Masters"
In other words why I is strictly less than 3 times The Masters.
In order to prove the value of I is necessarily less then three times the value of the Masters one would need to define I.
What is hard to understand?


<laugh>

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby mack501

Just think of 19-year-old Ding Junhui's cringeworthy meltdown as racist gentlemen memorably exposed his frailties. Ding just couldn't cut it in the Masters cake tin.



Did better than you could do idiot.

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby SnookerEd25

lhpirnie wrote:
mick745 wrote:If the defending champion at the masters is not in the top 16 do they still get to play as no. 1 seed?

Yes. And if I remember, Shaun Murphy was outside the top-16 even after winning the World Championship, and got seeded 2. He beat Ken Doherty in the last-16, denying a player who had rightfully qualified a chance to put food on the table.


That player being Ian McCulloch, I do believe.

Re: Why I <3 The Masters

Postby SnookerFan

SnookerEd25 wrote:
lhpirnie wrote:
mick745 wrote:If the defending champion at the masters is not in the top 16 do they still get to play as no. 1 seed?

Yes. And if I remember, Shaun Murphy was outside the top-16 even after winning the World Championship, and got seeded 2. He beat Ken Doherty in the last-16, denying a player who had rightfully qualified a chance to put food on the table.


That player being Ian McCulloch, I do believe.


Yeah.

Though, I believe McCulloch got a wild card for The Masters as they still did that in those days.


   

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