That line you're talking about (and that Flamez11 posted on the link for the page) sounded to me that Nagoya made it on purpose to prepare for the win in the first 3 sets, fielding their by far best players. But I could be wrong.
That line you're talking about (and that Flamez11 posted on the link for the page) sounded to me that Nagoya made it on purpose to prepare for the win in the first 3 sets, fielding their by far best players. But I could be wrong.
Simple-
'The probability that the point will end in 7 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 6 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 5 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 4 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 3 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 2 shots...100%'
'The probability that the point will end in 1 shot...100%'
---the data is now perfect...the data never lies...
That sounds a bit cliche @_@ but it works lol.
Lol. Okay..... I wonder if it's going to be another one of those, lose the first two; win the last three thing again, like at Kantou.
that would be very repeating and boring...thats why i prefered fuki in S3 and win... then d2 lose, s3 los, GP in D1 win, and S1 with ryomas win..also, if two players with PoGW faced, the player with better abilities will get the correct prediction, remember tezuka vs chitose match..
^Meh, whats done is done. Fuji can't be S3 now. I agree that GP and Ryoma are probably guaranteed wins too. Fuji has a high chance of a win since he lost last time.
It would be really surprising if D2 won... That would throw everything we've predicted into turmoil.
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