To be honest, he never got a chance to knock balls up table. Gorst was so aggressive and precise it looked like he knew power 1p better than Scott. His cue ball control was just too good and left very little for Scott to shoot at. I think the first day was enough for Fedor to understand Scott and his abilities and shot selection, the rest was putting on a clinic on how to shut that all down and dominate.He'll never be the shot maker he once was, but that doesn't mean he forgets all his knowledge. When playing a Dennis, or an Alex, or a Tony, you have to slow them down. Playing Fedor means pushing the balls up table and using your knowledge to offset the fire power. When you give up a shot, you give up one ball. Scott never even tried to do that. In three days, the longest game was 61 minutes once. The average game today lasted 13 minutes. Missing balls is understood and forgivable. Playing right in to your opponent's strength is unforgivable when you are a Hall of Famer. Very disappointed.