Re Edit of your top 10 at the end of 2020

TxOnePocket

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I think there has been decent movement of this list the entire year, and it looks like Scott has been in the lab with what I would call a very impressive game plan and performance this weekend, he still made plenty of un-scott like errors throughout the match and still was pretty much right there at the end.

1. Alex Pagulayan
2. Dennis Orcullo
3. Francisco Bustamante
4. Tony Chohan
5. Roberto Gomez
6. Chip Compton
7. Scott Frost
8. Shane Van Boening
9. Billy Thorpe
10. Warren Kiamco


here is the link to @BRLongArm thread on this earlier in the year, with his list below.

1. Alex Pagulayan
2. Dennis Orcullo
3. Francisco Bustamante
4. Tony Chohan
5. Shane Van Boening
6. Corey Deuel
7. Roberto Gomez
8. Chip Compton
9. Evan Lunda
10. Justin Hall
11. Billy Thorpe
12. Joshua Filler
13. Scott Frost
14. Warren Kiamco
15. Danny Smith

Looks like some money games are in order to clean up the bottom half of the rankings this year.
 

OneRock

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In my opinion...

1. Dennis Orcullo
2. Alex Pagulayan
3. Francisco Bustamante
4. Tony Chohan
5. Joshua Filler
6. Scott Frost
7. Billy Thorpe
8. Roberto Gomez
9. Corey Deuel
10. Chip Compton
11. Justin Hall
12. Shane Van Boening
13. Danny Smith
14. Evan Lunda

I wouldn't put Warren Kiamco anywhere near these guys.


 

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I do not think I can put filler on a list untill he plays more of a variety of players including tony again. I found that set to not in any way show tony close to his abilities. Filler is another one of those pool players who has such strong mechanics he can make bad choices and still do well but I would like to see him against a player like scott or dennis or alex who will never give him any air all and see how he fares.
 

TxOnePocket

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I do not think I can put filler on a list untill he plays more of a variety of players including tony again. I found that set to not in any way show tony close to his abilities. Filler is another one of those pool players who has such strong mechanics he can make bad choices and still do well but I would like to see him against a player like scott or dennis or alex who will never give him any air all and see how he fares.
Yeah IMO you have to earn your way onto that list and it isn't just by beating a couple guys, so Filler would crack my top 15 just on pure outrageous ball running ability.

Scott was hard to place but I think he cant go in front of Chip until they play again, and Roberto has really been playing exceptional in 2020.

Until Dennis beats Alex for legit $$ he doesn't move up, he played a complete game to knock Alex to the losers side in the recent tourney in Illinois, but Alex came right back and just torched him in the finals like he was playing a Random Onepocket.org member.

Supposed to be a multi quote but my brain cant figure it out.
 
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OneRock

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I do not think I can put filler on a list untill he plays more of a variety of players including tony again. I found that set to not in any way show tony close to his abilities. Filler is another one of those pool players who has such strong mechanics he can make bad choices and still do well but I would like to see him against a player like scott or dennis or alex who will never give him any air all and see how he fares.
Well, he's the best at the 8-and-out move. And that's enough to hold back just about anyone. The next time he plays Tony, he will have improved even more.
 
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