That's huge!35-32 and Scott wanted to continue tomorrow and it wasn't even closing time yet.. Of course Chip wanted to continue as the master plan was starting to work.... Chip for some reason agreed to flip for it and Scott won. So play picks up tomorrow at 4:00
I don't know if it is strictly stamina in a physical sense, but it certainly appeared that Chip was winning more than his share of the late night games.I'm a little surprised that Scott's stamina has become an issue. I believe he's 45-46, not 65! If he's running out of steam every day, he must be de-conditioned. For comparison J. Schmidt is 48, and stamina might not be an issue for him.
I think its more mental fatigue. He's pretty active bass fishing so that does take some stamina chasing fish out of a boat. When the fish are biting you don't take breaks every 5 mins either..I don't know if it is strictly stamina in a physical sense, but it certainly appeared that Chip was winning more than his share of the late night games.
I thought so as well. Not quite the dagger in the heart but definitely a shovel to the head.BIG win for Scott to go ahead 36-33 in a game where Chip had 7 balls and Scott either zero or 1, and Scott nibbled all the way back to win! It sure looked like Chip was going to pull within one game, with ALL the momentum!
This next game is following the same path! Scott down 7 balls to -1, but he is still fighting with now Scott 4 balls to the good, Chip still stuck at 7 balls. Chip totally babied a real nice and free straight back a minute ago -- came up two diamonds short and left Scott a cross.I thought so as well. Not quite the dagger in the heart but definitely a shovel to the head.