Yep, Alex won 8 to zero -- oh, wait. That's what the score would be of an 8-ahead set.
Took less than 10 hours. I'm guessing about 8. Alex was on the hill twice and finally closed the deal.
Scott was heard commenting about the table conditions, but, of course, Alex had to play on the same equipment.
I have noticed that Alex has the knowledge to play all pocket billiard games, to include snooker. He sometimes does not fare well in tournaments, mainly because of their locations in casinos, I think. But Alex has every tournament title there is in pool, so he has nothing to prove.
But where Alex always shines the brightest in pool is his gambling exploits. He's hard to beat. He fares much better in his percentages of winning in action than he does tournaments. I saw him give Keith the 7 on bar table playing with the big cueball, a race to 10, and it was over in less than 20 minutes. He might as well have given Keith the 3 and out. It would not have mattered. And Keith plays extremely well on the bar table with the big cueball.
Alex is a gambling machine.
As I'm sure your very aware that Alex might not have liked it playing Keith even in his prime with the big ball, much less with he 7.