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Topic: Bart'O in Austin

Author: Will Original Message Posted: Oct 3 2011 4:03PM

I'm just trying to figure out the list of Canadian players attending this one..

Anyone missing?

Author: Bank Machine Reply #1 Posted: Oct 6 2011 10:45AM

Best of luck to all. Bring home some iron!

Author: Darcy Reply #2 Posted: Oct 6 2011 11:57AM

Yeah! Bring back some participation ribbons!

Author: hardboiled Reply #3 Posted: Oct 10 2011 4:00PM

participation in drinking and having some laughs was mandatory.

Author: hardboiled Reply #4 Posted: Oct 10 2011 4:03PM

Will - 3rd expert singles
Me & Brian - 9th+ expert dbles
Cam & Tong - 5/6 expert doubles (I think (?) they played great)

that's all I can remember right now. They go at it pretty hard down there :)

Author: Will Reply #5 Posted: Oct 11 2011 12:17PM

That was a really fun tournament!

Ben and Christian had a good run in Open Doubles - they gave Ryan and Brandon a really good match and also beat at least two good pro teams (Dennis Ory and partner, Dave Raddick and partner). Ben played incredible against Dennis Ory - Christian got it rolling after a couple games and they couldn't be stopped.

In Bart'O Wars I had a really good run, lost to Tommy Adkisson and Ryan Moore, finished 4th. There was 40 players in it and bank shots counted as two goals, it was a lot of fun.

Expert Singles I got a pretty soft draw and the A side wasn't too bad to work through. Franco destroyed me in the A side final, but the B side final I really felt like I was going to win, it was a really close game but I lost 5-3 in the 3rd. Then Franco got double dipped by the guy I lost to, Daniel Zepeda.

Cam and Tony Tong played really well together, it was impressive seeing them beating some strong teams. Cams game all together was the best I have seen, so i'm sure he will just build off that.

Met a lot of really cool people down in Texas, it was a pretty cool event.

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