It was extremely fast play. The first 4 games were done and over in about 45 min. Scott would make a mistake and Fedor would shoot at everything...and make it. His banking ability, with shape, is something Scott isn't able to fade. The kid will shoot just about any bank and either make it or hang it, and his cue ball speed is flawless. Scott was playing too fast as well, not studying the table long enough to find the best shot. This is where Scott's experience is actually hurting him, he falls into old patterns of 1p play without even giving it a 2nd thought. Gorst could care less about risk, his confidence is off the charts. Even Josh was saying he's learning new shots from Gorst, the kid is breaking the mold and inventing a new way to play the game.