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whitecrj

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Match-ups - good and bad Posted: Dec 20, 2018 12:29 AM
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Anyone else notice that there are some players that you just don't match up well against? On any given day I think I can compete with most on here if I have a good day (and I can be absolutely horrible as well). There are a couple of players, however, that I just cannot ever beat. I watch them play others and it looks like I can take them, but get on the ice, and no way will it happen.


Rubiam98

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Re: Match-ups - good and bad Posted: Dec 20, 2018 3:57 AM
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This reminds me of a certain Scot on this site that has had some issues in the past beating a cheeky young Canadian... Hehe...

But yes, the more you lose to someone the more it gets in your head. The people I struggle with, I overthink everything each time I play them.

But hey, if Kerri Einarson can turn around a 0-17 head to head record against Jennifer Jones to win 5 of the last 6, we can figure out too.

Wulliebhoy

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Re: Match-ups - good and bad Posted: Dec 21, 2018 2:43 AM
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Yeah its so easy watching others, you can clearly see their faults & you know that you can take them but when it comes to it somehow either you are not on your game or they seem to play differently.
Jen leave young Jock out of it please. :>

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