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Old 05-18-2013, 06:12 PM   #6
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Default Re: Describe your best choking moment

I used to have a lot of chokes, but not anymore since I stopped training and caring

Worst one in recent memory was 5 years or something ago. I was down 2-5 in the first set, saved a SP, won the set 7-6 and led 5-2 in the second. But then it happened, I missed 2 MP, lost the set 5-7 and the third set 0-6
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