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To get a better sense of hunkeelin's both wings spin game, the match with Alexander, the same kind of conventional topspin oriented allround player, is better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y41g9apEkPU&t=7540 Having trouble with long pips is not uncommon all the way to pretty high in the ratings, we have seen Danny Seemiller losing Sakda at the 2010 Nationals for example (5 games, 12-10 in the 5th), it's a matter of finding the time to play them. Then it will be 2200 easy for hunkeelin because successfully looping hard the LP's response to topspin enhances the looping technique and explosiveness on any other ball. Now it's all about finding chopping kiddos Big smile

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Originally posted by stiltt stiltt wrote:

To get a better sense of hunkeelin's both wings spin game, the match with Alexander, the same kind of conventional topspin oriented allround player, is better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y41g9apEkPU&t=29m0s Having trouble with long pips is not uncommon all the way to pretty high in the ratings, we have seen Danny Seemiller losing Sakda at the 2010 Nationals for example (5 games, 12-10 in the 5th), it's a matter of finding the time to play them. Then it will be 2200 easy for hunkeelin because successfully looping hard the LP's response to topspin enhances the looping technique and explosiveness on any other ball. Now it's all about finding chopping kiddos Big smile

Are you sure that's him at 29m?  According to the post before you -- "Hunkeelin in the blue playing the woman in blue" which is at around  1h12m.
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Originally posted by lgxb lgxb wrote:

Originally posted by stiltt stiltt wrote:

To get a better sense of hunkeelin's both wings spin game, the match with Alexander, the same kind of conventional topspin oriented allround player, is better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y41g9apEkPU&t=29m0s Having trouble with long pips is not uncommon all the way to pretty high in the ratings, we have seen Danny Seemiller losing Sakda at the 2010 Nationals for example (5 games, 12-10 in the 5th), it's a matter of finding the time to play them. Then it will be 2200 easy for hunkeelin because successfully looping hard the LP's response to topspin enhances the looping technique and explosiveness on any other ball. Now it's all about finding chopping kiddos Big smile

Are you sure that's him at 29m?  According to the post before you -- "Hunkeelin in the blue playing the woman in blue" which is at around  1h12m.
The match at 29 min was Bernardo Iturriaga be Anton Berman. The match at 1:12 hr was Hunkeelin vs Seema (Sp/LP combination for her).

Edited by Vince64 - 11/12/2019 at 5:00pm
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Originally posted by Vince64 Vince64 wrote:

Originally posted by lgxb lgxb wrote:

Are you sure that's him at 29m?  According to the post before you -- "Hunkeelin in the blue playing the woman in blue" which is at around  1h12m.
The match at 29 min was Bernardo Iturriaga be Anton Bergman. The match at 1:12 hr was Hunkeelin vs Seema (Sp/LP combination for her).

Thanks for the clarification.
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sorry, I edited my post, I meant that match, not sure what happened:

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Live stream link for 11/16/2019 starting at 5:45 pm PST. 

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Live stream link for 11/23/2019 starting at 5:45 pm PST.

There will be no Live stream on Saturday 11/30.
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League live stream link for 12/07/2019 starting at 5:45 pm PST

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