Bali 2013: Daily Chronical Day 4 by Fernando Lema
During the day there were several meetings, the most important was Goa’s presentation: his proposal to organize the same event in 2015. Watch Bocchi-Madala saying hello to all of us, and Kranyak (USA1) dancing the gangman dance. Photo: Jon Sveindal & John Carruthers, two friends.
On 19 September, 2013 At 5:28
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The players are very tired after three days of grueling competition, and the situation is starting to show, not used to so long and demanding competition. Perhaps we should go over the way we organize our tournaments, which perhaps are too short, with very few hands and not so demanding, this makes us to pay a high price, and more! considering that the hardest part is yet to come.
By the time both South American representatives are outside the positions of privilege, and tomorrow they will have to play well to stay in the fight for the classification. So everyone can go lighting a candle!!!.
I made some interviews for the official site of the WBF and shared the evening dinner with the ladies from Philipines and New Zealand Open, but my mood was not the best.
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