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State Of Origin 2 Discussion
#21
(06-10-2015, 05:45 PM)roostersule2 Wrote:
(06-10-2015, 05:31 PM)Steeler Wrote: The loser of the first match always has an advantage in the second.
No they don't.

If they lose they're gone.

Yes, they do. They've seen the opposition's game and know what to expect in game 2. They can tailor their game-plan appropriately. The winner of game 1 has no idea what to expect from the loser in game 2. That is why historically, the winner of game 1 usually loses game 2.
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#22
Either way statistically whichever team wins the first two games has a big chance to go on and win the series
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#23
hahahayour so funny camdogz leave the funny joks to me.
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#24
Haha actually i cant cause you cant even spell 'jokes' right haha
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#25
f****ing laptop camdogzz Is now among the ranks of SOR. Grammar Nazi.
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#26
(06-10-2015, 08:18 PM)roostersule2 Wrote: That could be said for either team.

The winner saw the losers game plan too.

Yes, but that doesn't help the winners because the losers change their game-plan in game 2, making them the unknown quantity.
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#27
Haha jack i just found it funny thats all i dont care how you spell you know that
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#28
I know but to everyone else it seems like your pulling me up on a spelling mistake like SOR would.
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#29
Ok well at least take the neg rep back. Ive explained myself
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#30
Thanks jacktigers. Now about origin. i think nsw perhaps have a chance at victory but i agree with gus gould. Gallen shouldnt be selected
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