We palyed two rounds with the following national teams :
Gustl V - France
Udo T - Italy
Carsten P - Germany
Michael L - Spain
Cornelius H - Sweden
One could say, that Michael gave me a good lesson at our last meeting, which he won well deserved.
Luckily I remebered it and defended more patiently and thus more carefully this time.
Michael L 11 - 0 Udo T
Carsten P 1 - 2 Cornelius H
Gustl V 0 - 4 Michael L
Udo T 0 - 6 Carsten P
Cornelius H 11 - 0 Gustl V
Michael L 3 - 0 Carsten P
Udo T 0 - 0 Gustl V
Cornelius H 5 - 1 Michael L oh bloody revenge how sweet you are
Carsten P 7 - 0 Gustl V
Udo T 0 - 7 Cornelius H
Udo T 0 - 7 Michael L
Cornelius H 3 - 2 Carsten P
Michael L 6 - 0 Gustl V
Carsten P 5 - 0 Udo T
Gustl V 1 - 7 Cornelius H
Carsten P 2 - 2 Michael L
Gustl V 0 - 1 Udo T
Michael L 2 - 1 Cornelius H oh fucking revenge how bitter you are
Gustl V 0 - 7 Carsten P
Cornelius H 1 - 0 Udo T
Fortuna was with me that night.
Carsten, not having a properly functioning joystick of his own, was playing with Michael's stick - except in the games against Michael, where he had to take one, he didn't feel comfortable with. But with Michael's stick, he nearly got back to old strength, presenting himself as a very hard to beat opponent. Both of our games could have easily ended in his favour as well.
Even when I didn't need luck, I had it. Or as Michael stated after his defeat, I was better and I was lucky.
Should better have saved it for our replay.
Anyway the title of the koenigswinter KickOff champion is back where it belongs.
After his victory last month
Einar Kemp wrote:As usual, this uncommon moments don't last for a long time.
If you only knew how right you were.