MIH 2016 updates

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Shane wins it. One more game for all the cheese! SVB lays down a string break
 

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Efren the champ
Great playing by the "lucky" guy.
Kick, bank, carom, combo, martian English.
 

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what a great tournament. the 5 games i saw were great.
:)

ed must let anyone into his joint.....had a mitch sighting during today's undercard stream.....;)
 

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And what a fantastic match. I drove up earlier today to watch Efren and Shane this afternoon, and obviously ended up staying the entire day. I even got to hang out and shoot a few games of One Pocket with Fanatic. She is very cool.
 

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thanks for the updates guys
i couldnt watch the final or several of the matches but am really looking forward to getting the dvds
congrats to efren....:)
 

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Thank you for all your updates, keoneyo!! I could not stay up for the end last night, but at least Efren was ahead when I shut down :D
 

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found this on azb
alot of statistics from the event
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=428192
Some really neat stats there -- like how often the breaker won (about 60%)
■ Games won by breaker in round-robin play

Reyes -- 8 of 12 (67%)
Van Boening -- 10 of 12 (83%)
Jones -- 8 of 13 (62%)
Chohan -- 9 of 14 (64%)
Smith -- 5 of 13 (38%)
Pagulayan -- 7 of 13 (54%)
Total -- 47 of 77 (61%)
I also found it interesting to see how many balls were run for their final winning innings -- look at this fire-power!! It looks like the average wrap up run out was close to 5 balls!
■ Distribution of run-outs to win the 84 games:

1 ball -- 26
2 balls -- 8
3 balls -- 7
4 balls -- 5
5 balls -- 6
6 balls -- 6
7 balls -- 8
8 balls -- 14
9 balls -- 4
 

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Some really neat stats there -- like how often the breaker won (about 60%)


I also found it interesting to see how many balls were run for their final winning innings -- look at this fire-power!! It looks like the average wrap up run out was close to 5 balls!
14 of the 8 and outs, nice!
 

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And what a fantastic match. I drove up earlier today to watch Efren and Shane this afternoon, and obviously ended up staying the entire day. I even got to hang out and shoot a few games of One Pocket with Fanatic. She is very cool.
How bad did she beat you Mitch? :D
 

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... I also found it interesting to see how many balls were run for their final winning innings -- look at this fire-power!! It looks like the average wrap up run out was close to 5 balls!
The total number of balls pocketed on those 84 final innings was 353. So the arithmetic mean (average) was 4.2.

With 41 "outs" of 3 or below and 44 "outs" of 4 or more, we have a median (the one in the middle) of 4.
 

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I was there live as well and I thoroughly enjoyed the pool playing. Efren and Shane's match in the afternoon was fantastic -- and take what you like and leave the rest -- but when he's in stroke, Efren still makes a very tough argument for being the best player in the world. The finals, that night was even more climactic with Shane mounting a super-impressive comeback.

I enjoyed the entire event and it was nice seeing some friends and familiar faces.
 

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I did get to see two of the evening sessions and once again Accu-stats did a great job of running an event.
 

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found this on azb
alot of statistics from the event
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=428192
Some really neat stats there -- like how often the breaker won (about 60%)


I also found it interesting to see how many balls were run for their final winning innings -- look at this fire-power!! It looks like the average wrap up run out was close to 5 balls!
more stats

Fouls averaged 1.0 per game (86 fouls, 84 games).

Balls pocked for the opponent averaged 0.6 per game (54 balls, 84 games).

[Includes playoff match.]
 
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