It has been a much better month of Snooker Nation for me, winning 3 out of 4 matches and in doing so I have kept myself in the race for the title. With a maximum of 4 more matches remaining of the season, it has become apparent that if a lose 1 more match my only option will be to try and win by number of frames won, which isn’t so bad because it is the one statistic where I am not behind.
Yet another win for Jason, winning 6 frames to 4 in a best of 11. Jason played exceptionally well and scored 4 century breaks. 135 in the 3rd frame, 129 in the 4th, 124 in the 5th and 101 in the 10th frame. I didn’t play too badly and secured a century of my own of 107 in the 7th frame. I think I just got very unlucky and Jason was able to capitalize on my misfortune.
Jason’s 6 match win streak has finally come to an end with me winning 6 frames to 4 in a best of 11. With only a potential of 6 more matches of our 3rd 6 month Snooker Nation season, I can’t afford to lose much more. Jason secured the only century break of 133 in the 8th frame, which is a shame because I should have done better to get centuries of my own. Although I won, I am not satisfied with my performance and will need to do better in the weeks ahead.
I have started a small win streak of my own by winning this match 6 frames to 1 in a best of 11. There were 3 century breaks, 139 in the 3rd frame and 120 in the 5th frame belong to me while Jason scored 138 in the 6th frame and in so doing narrowly escaped a white wash. It feels good to start catching up not only on matches won but also frames won and centuries.
Another good week of Snooker Nation, winning 6 frames to 2 in a best of 11 and increasing my win streak to 3. As with last week there were 3 century breaks, a massive 143 belonging to Jason in the 2nd frame while I got 141 in the 5th frame (increasing my season highest break) and 127 in the 7th frame.
Season 3 (July – December 2020) statistics
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