Semi-final lore Shi Xin and Liu Chuang: Li Hewen is my idol

On the afternoon of August 25, 2012, the CBSA “Star Cup” National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament ended a semi-final competition. After 21 rounds of competition, Liu Chuang finally defeated Shi Xin and the previous station champion Li Hewen in the final match.

It is not difficult to see from the results that the two played very stalemate in the game. Liu Chuang led Shi Xin 7-3 in the first half, but in the second half of the game, Shi Xin gradually found his hand to catch up to 7-7 and tied the score to 7-7. After that, he overtook a small climax. The scores of the two increased alternately and never opened a safe distance, and the game entered the deciding round. Both felt “a lot of pressure” in the deciding game, and there were many low-level mistakes. In the end, Liu Chuang seized the opportunity to kill Shi Xin to enter the final.

From lagging behind by a big score to tying, overtaking the score to losing the final game, Shi Xin behaved “very injured” after the game, and his eyes were full of helplessness when talking to reporters. “It has something to do with luck and feel in the game. Actually, I didn’t play well with Liu Chuang today. In general, Liu Chuang had better luck. I played too bad today. It should have been A winning ball.”

Although he won the game in the end, Liu Chuang was not very satisfied with his performance in this game. “My luck in this game was too good, and Shi Xin was not in good shape. If he was in shape, I would have lost a long time ago.” In the deciding game, both of them made a lot of mistakes under heavy pressure. Liu Chuang said with a smile that he was “a little hypoxic.”

After    defeated Shi Xin, Liu Chuang got the ticket to the final. His opponent will be the last champion Li Hewen. Looking forward to the finals, Liu Chuang said frankly, “Let’s start three or seven. I’m not sure about Li Hewen. He is my idol.”

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