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Postby Williamz » 21 Jul 2007, 14:43

S.Williamz(4) d. Kyuuji(20) 6-4 6-0
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Postby fox » 22 Jul 2007, 03:07

Fox (21) def DAN D (15) 6-4 6-4 2-6 7-5
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Postby fox » 23 Jul 2007, 00:21

Fox(20) def Silexian (22) 6-2 6-0
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Postby Hit'em-Hard Kelly » 23 Jul 2007, 01:36

Hit'em-Hard Kelly (#2) defeated Rafael Nadal 6-1
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Postby Hit'em-Hard Kelly » 23 Jul 2007, 01:45

Hit'em-Hard Kelly (#2) defeated Federer-Nadal 6-0 6-0
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Postby Hit'em-Hard Kelly » 23 Jul 2007, 05:16

Hit'em-Hard Kelly (#2) defeated Black Villas 6-0

Hit'em-Hard Kelly (#2) defeated Lorenzo De Rossi 6-0
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Postby Hit'em-Hard Kelly » 24 Jul 2007, 03:57

Hit'em-Hard Kelly (#2) defeated Krystle (unranked, but with an ELO of 2233) 7-6
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Postby Krystle » 24 Jul 2007, 04:37

First of all, if you had noticed, the game that I created was a "best of 3 sets". Your side stopped responding after the first set was completed (where you won the tiebreaker (7-5)), so I thought you had left the game. Now it becomes clear that you couldn't wait to post the result here on the forum. Whatever conclusion that may lead us to.

And by the way, don't you agree that it would be a more respectable thing to do if you had asked for my permission before mentioning my name in your post, since I deliberately chose to be "unranked"? I have been defeated many times by some very nice players on the ladder and I appreciate the fact that none of them took advantage of their victories.
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Postby Hit'em-Hard Kelly » 24 Jul 2007, 05:10

Krystle wrote:First of all, if you had noticed, the game that I created was a "best of 3 sets". Your side stopped responding after the first set was completed (where you won the tiebreaker (7-5)), so I thought you had left the game. Now it becomes clear that you couldn't wait to post the result here on the forum. Whatever conclusion that may lead us to.

And by the way, don't you agree that it would be a more respectable thing to do if you had asked for my permission before mentioning my name in your post, since I deliberately chose to be "unranked"? I have been defeated many times by some very nice players on the ladder and I appreciate the fact that none of them took advantage of their victories.


Hello,
I'm sorry that you feel so upset about this, there were no bad intentions meant when I posted the score.

After the set I went to the bathroom, which took about 1 minute at most, and when I returned it said "Connection lost!", so I just posted the score from set that we played, since most matches are only 1 set anyway.
About posting the score: I did not know that you did not want your name on the forum. You should have told me this before hand, since I usually post my wins over good players (like yourself) in the results section. I am not mean, and did not mean to hurt your feelings, so for that I am sorry. We can play another set some other time and count it as a second set if you'd like.

Once again I did not know that you did not want your name on the site, so please don't be angry :(
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Postby gowrath » 25 Jul 2007, 05:04

Bob the Builder def. Puellus (#10) 6-3
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Postby Guest » 25 Jul 2007, 05:41

gowrath wrote:Bob the Builder def. Puellus (#10) 6-3


Puellus never lose to Bob the Builder, but lose to Rafael Nadal.
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Postby gowrath » 26 Jul 2007, 08:21

Rafael Nadal is hereby known as Bob the Builder. Puellus refuses to acknowledge the fact the two are the same person. This can be confirmed because both Rafael Nadal and Bob the Builder have an ELO of 1855.

-John, aka Bob the Builder/Rafael Nadal
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Postby percy896 » 26 Jul 2007, 19:48

gowrath wrote:Rafael Nadal is hereby known as Bob the Builder. Puellus refuses to acknowledge the fact the two are the same person. This can be confirmed because both Rafael Nadal and Bob the Builder have an ELO of 1855.

-John, aka Bob the Builder/Rafael Nadal

Would you like to be known as Bob the Builder or Rafael Nadal on the ladder?

Which ever one you pick, you must that name only when playing for the ladder.
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Postby gowrath » 27 Jul 2007, 01:59

Bob the Builder please.
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Postby MaxPoint » 27 Jul 2007, 07:33

Maxpoint def Roger Federer(#3)elo 1970 6-1

Maxpoint vs Roger Federer(#3) 5-3 40-30 match point, then finish time demo 10 minutes.
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