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    2009 Vegas Shoot-Off Video!!!!!!

    Ok guys, the video is up finally... All 41 minutes worth



    http://www.archeryhistory.com/vegas2009/


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    Awesome awesome awesome!!!!!!!!

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    All I can say is WOW. I am glad I was fortunate enough to see that shoot off. My hat is off to both Lundin and Reo for their performance, I left the shoot off when they announced Lundin had a 30, so I missed the challenge call, wish I would have stayed longer, especially when my shuttle ended up being late. lol. But anyways, good job you two, excellent shooting.

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    CONGRATULATIONS REO!
    Thanks AT for posting the video! It was fantastic!

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    Can't help wondering if Lundin came away thinking he got robbed after the challenge.
    I know, if I was announced the winner of a tournament in a foreign country and it got reversed, I would be suspicious unless the target showed it was no doubt.
    Sure would like to see that particular target!
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    Excelent job at... Thanks !!
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    Great video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagittarius View Post
    Can't help wondering if Lundin came away thinking he got robbed after the challenge.
    I know, if I was announced the winner of a tournament in a foreign country and it got reversed, I would be suspicious unless the target showed it was no doubt.
    Sure would like to see that particular target!
    I doubt it, also I missed the part were he was "announced" the winner. His initial score was annouced, and per the rules, a second and third judge was needed to call one of his arrows. His "official" score was then announced and Reo won. Period.

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    Will never get it loaded up to see it at 28.8 kbps. But o well was fun listning to the play by play on sunday. AC
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    Been trying for awhile to see the video. I get connecting = forever or 404 errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2RCHRY View Post
    I doubt it, also I missed the part were he was "announced" the winner. His initial score was annouced, and per the rules, a second and third judge was needed to call one of his arrows. His "official" score was then announced and Reo won. Period.
    The really interesting thing is Reo, protested Morgan's arrow, not his own. Again, per rules, however I can't help but think that was the major turning point in both of their mental games.

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    Reo and Lundin both thought the arrow was out and where surprised when the 1st judge called it in. So, Reo challenged the call.
    The system worked perfectly.
    Give credit where credit is due!
    Way to go Reo!

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    The way I understood it was they both thought Reo had a 29 and morgan 30. Reo had all but conceeded, until he saw how close to being a 9 one of Morgans shafts were, so he protested morgans arrow.

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    I will say one thing, for an archer, this is like watching the Masters. The best in the game are there, and only those at the top of their game are standing at the end. No one can deny that Reo has been the most consistant shooter as of late, shooting some of the best score we have ever seen.

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    IMPRESSIVE!!!!!!

    Great shooting to all involved!

    I was hoping to see the Dee/Reo moment though.

    Congrats and thanks again for a fantastic show Reo & the other shooters, the WAF and Archerytalk!

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    Thank You AT and Staff for an Outstanding Job!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chequamegon View Post
    The really interesting thing is Reo, protested Morgan's arrow, not his own. Again, per rules, however I can't help but think that was the major turning point in both of their mental games.
    Pretty much how I feel.
    It had to destroy Lundin's mental game!
    It would mine, Guaranteed!
    It was almost like having to win the tournament twice for him at that point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagittarius View Post
    It was almost like having to win the tournament twice for him at that point.

    How do you figure that....Morgan and Reo both thought his disputed arrow was a 9 and 2 out of 3 judges called it a 9 too. Morgan KNEW he had not won it in that end. These guys are world class competitors, not some Joe from no-where USA.The system worked correctly and the Champion was eventually crowned after the shootoff resumed.

    Nice job by ALL shooters, nice job AT, nice job WAF!! Now, if we could get some video of the other shootoffs...........
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    so who won the Vegas Ring??

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    congrats reo

    i had the opurtunity to shoot with reo on a coulple ocasions and hes a great guy not to mention a tank of a shooter....good for him he broke threw and one a big one...congrats reo and to morgan for giving him a run for his money
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuningfreak View Post
    How do you figure that....Morgan and Reo both thought his disputed arrow was a 9 and 2 out of 3 judges called it a 9 too. Morgan KNEW he had not won it in that end.
    The thing that makes me wonder a bit is that both judges who scored Morgans arrow a 9, did so after the first judge scored it a 10 and thus knew that Morgan would win if one of them scored it 10.

    I really can´t give testimony as to Morgans mind-set when the scoring took place, but I´ll ask him next time I see him.

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    That was amazing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swede View Post
    The thing that makes me wonder a bit is that both judges who scored Morgans arrow a 9, did so after the first judge scored it a 10 and thus knew that Morgan would win if one of them scored it 10.

    Magnus
    So, there were 5 people that judged the call on this arrow...Reo, Morgan, and 3 official scorers. Of the 5, 4 judged it to be a 9 and 1 judged it to be a 10. You believe 1 of the 2 judges were not impartial? I believe I've also read on here that, though unofficial, Diane Watson also felt the correct call was made in the end.

    Why can't this just be dropped and Reo recieve all the accolades he deserves? It serves no purpose for archers to keep bringing this up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuningfreak View Post
    So, there were 5 people that judged the call on this arrow...Reo, Morgan, and 3 official scorers. Of the 5, 4 judged it to be a 9 and 1 judged it to be a 10. You believe 1 of the 2 judges were not impartial? I believe I've also read on here that, though unofficial, Diane Watson also felt the correct call was made in the end.

    Why can't this just be dropped and Reo recieve all the accolades he deserves? It serves no purpose for archers to keep bringing this up.
    Because inquiring minds want to know!
    Why do you care if some of us have questions on Morgan's mindset ?
    I find it interesting and wonder if it caused him to lose focus.
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    awesome shoot off..
    first shootoff i attended

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