November has been a pretty bad month for me with Snooker Nation. Jason won 4 matches in a row and took the lead for the first time in our Snooker Nation season. Thankfully at least I won the final match of the month, ending Jason’s win steak. You can see by the statistics that I have barely taken back the lead having won 1 more frame than Jason. With just one month to go, it can’t get much closer than this.
This week Jason won 5 frames to 2 in a best of 9, ending my 2 week win streak. There were no century breaks this time which highlights just how bad both Jason and I played. We both missed many easy shots.
Jason wins again, this time 5 frames to 4 in a best of 9, bringing it to an ace frame. Once again there were no century breaks which is always disappointing, but what’s worrying me is that my lead has been reduced to just 1 match, giving Jason the opportunity to level the score next week for the first time.
He did it, Jason won 5 frames to 3 in a best of 9 which now makes us even in matches won this season. Actually, technically, Jason is in the lead having won 64 frames so far this season with me only winning 63. We had 4 century breaks this week, I scored 115 in the 1st frame but impressively Jason scored 3 centuries in a row, 116 in the 6th, 108 in the 7th and 120 in the 8th frame.
What a disaster, Jason wins again, 5 frames to 4 in a best of 9 and is on a 4 week win streak. He also scored the only century breaks of the match, 101 in the 7th frame and 104 in the 9th frame. While technically Jason took the lead for the first time last week, this is the first time he has been ahead on matches won. I really need to up my game.
Victory at last. After 4 weeks of losing, I finally ended Jason’s win streak and won 5 frames to 2 in a best of 9. This, once again, puts us even on matches won, but I am technically ahead having won 1 more frame. I scored the only century this week of 102 in the 6th frame.
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