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Josh Roberts vs Roberto Gomez One Pocket Action Oct. 8th-9th-10th, 2019

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  • #31
    7-6 Roberto

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    • #32
      7-7 Josh Breaking

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      • #33
        Originally posted by BRLongArm View Post
        7-7 Josh Breaking
        Great Match going on with some great commentary.
        Great commentary with Double J & Bill Miller in the booth breaking down all the shots and strategies.

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        • #34
          Day one recap

          Very entertaining first day in Morgan City, Louisiana where Roberto Gomez came out one game ahead, 8-7. Josh showed the heart of the champion after being down 6-3 at one time to tie the match at 7-7.

          The last game was a cat and mouse affair, with Roberto talking to himself. "Patience, Roberto." Gomez passed on a few shots for his winner, as Josh needed three and Gomez played defense.

          Some analysis. Josh wins more games when he makes Roberto slow down and earn the balls. He won't out shoot Roberto. His long rail banking was on point, but his cross banks were a problem, mostly.

          Roberto is a force of nature. He has a lot of creativity, and can get 8s, 9s and 10s with ease. His banking is better than you would think. He won one game with back to back 3 rail banks. He won two others whistling a straight bank from an inch off the side rail. He did show a little impatience with the up table games, so he will likely see more of that in the following days.

          In the end, very competitive and very entertaining. Roberto to break tomorrow around 5 pm CDT.

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          • #35
            very nice, thanks for the updates! I wish I could buy all of these matches that I missed where I could watch them on my own time later, but either the technology isn't there or it just doesn't make sense to do for the streamers, but I would be a paying customer if so!

            I know it replays over and over, but I may not get time to watch for another week, so when I get a 2 hour window, would be nice to play some and then stop when I have to go and resume later, etc.

            In any case, I appreciate the fact that it's even being streamed and hope one day it can be both!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by BRLongArm View Post
              Very entertaining first day in Morgan City, Louisiana where Roberto Gomez came out one game ahead, 8-7. Josh showed the heart of the champion after being down 6-3 at one time to tie the match at 7-7.

              The last game was a cat and mouse affair, with Roberto talking to himself. "Patience, Roberto." Gomez passed on a few shots for his winner, as Josh needed three and Gomez played defense.

              Some analysis. Josh wins more games when he makes Roberto slow down and earn the balls. He won't out shoot Roberto. His long rail banking was on point, but his cross banks were a problem, mostly.

              Roberto is a force of nature. He has a lot of creativity, and can get 8s, 9s and 10s with ease. His banking is better than you would think. He won one game with back to back 3 rail banks. He won two others whistling a straight bank from an inch off the side rail. He did show a little impatience with the up table games, so he will likely see more of that in the following days.

              In the end, very competitive and very entertaining. Roberto to break tomorrow around 5 pm CDT.
              Thanks for the update.
              How many 9’ tables does this room have?
              How smoky is the room?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by jtompilot View Post
                Thanks for the update.
                How many 9’ tables does this room have?
                How smoky is the room?
                No smoking.

                One 9 foot table, six or seven Valley Cougar bar tables. Sports bar that likes one pocket.

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                • #38
                  Day two starts today at 5pm Central

                  Highlights of day one here https://www.facebook.com/31836523819...2552166498359/

                  Get a pass and sweat the match at www.PoolActionTV.com




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                  • #39
                    Good match going on with Double J breaking down all the shots and strategies from the commentary booth

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                    • #40
                      Col Bille has just joined JJ in the booth.

                      Damn another real slow player in Gomez though.............zzzzz
                      "One Pocket, it's an epidemic and there ain't no cure."
                      -- Strawberry Brooks

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                      • #41
                        ...................[ATTACH]25159[/ATTACH]

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                        • #42
                          Day 2 recap

                          The Beast came alive on day two, at one point winning 7 games in a row and forcing frustration and unforced errors from Roberto Gomez. Josh played great, making the balls he was left and running out when he got a chance. Roberto was often indecisive, leading to slow play without an easily recognizable plan on his part. Experience does count, and Josh trapped Roberto repeatedly, forcing loose shots and mistakes from Superman.

                          The final tally ended 16-13, leading to an exciting third day where Josh has a lead, but hardly insurmountable.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by BRLongArm View Post
                            The Beast came alive on day two, at one point winning 7 games in a row and forcing frustration and unforced errors from Roberto Gomez. Josh played great, making the balls he was left and running out when he got a chance. Roberto was often indecisive, leading to slow play without an easily recognizable plan on his part. Experience does count, and Josh trapped Roberto repeatedly, forcing loose shots and mistakes from Superman.

                            The final tally ended 16-13, leading to an exciting third day where Josh has a lead, but hardly insurmountable.
                            Thanks for the update. I’m thinking about driving there tomorrow

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by jtompilot View Post
                              Thanks for the update. I’m thinking about driving there tomorrow
                              I might as well. Maybe I'll see you.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by BRLongArm View Post
                                I might as well. Maybe I'll see you.
                                If they only had two 9’ tables

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