Jeff White 9 set the pace and decimated his opponents on his way to going undefeated and claiming the “Hot Seat”. He routed Marvin Catindig 5 by a score of 9-1 setting up the fight for the “Hot Seat” with Paul Tytler 7 who had overwhelmed Libby 4+, 8-0 in the previous match.
Jeff White 9 took control of the match and beat Paul Tytler 7, 9-5 On the one loss side young up comer McEarl Bucais 5+ torched up the chart racing through players like water over Niagara Falls. Defeating Jaypee Castillo 5+, Marc Bucais 6, Tony Butera 5. Marvin Catindig 5 finished 5/6th after getting trounced 6-0 by McEarl.
But McEarl 5+ was not done as he bested Paul Tytler 7, 6-3 and sends him packing in 3rd place.
Maybe Jeff White was seated too long in the first match and after giving McEarl the last game in the first set He gets reloaded to the max and ensues a devastating opening of the match by posting five games straight and every time McEarl made a mistake there will be no errors in Jeff part taking the game every time from there on.
But in the end extraordinary skill and experience was more than a match for the young McEarl Bucais as Jeff White picks his young opponent apart and victors over him 10-2 on a 10-6 race. This follows Jeff White recent second place finish at the Limestone Open in Kingston. Nicely done Jeff, I guess the “Great White” Shark still there.
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