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2014 King's Cup Commentary: Round 6

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Round 6 Auto-Commentary

Odette Carmina Rio (PHL) remains in the lead now for 3 rounds, 6-0 +634, on a 6-game winning streak. Panupol Sujjayakorn (THA) is 0.5 games behind at 5.5-0.5 +635, on a 5-game winning streak, remaining unchanged at #2. Gerald Carter (Eng) is 1 game behind the leader at 5-1 +829, remaining unchanged at #3. Puttapong Moonsarn (THA) is +594, #4 up from #5. Akkarapol Khwansak (THA) is +573, on a 5-game winning streak, #5 rising from #7. Jakkrit Klaphajone (THA) is +382, #6 jumping up from #14. Ron Baginski (AUS) is +126, on a 4-game winning streak, #7 hurtling up from #17.

High Win: Panupol Sujjayakorn (THA) 578-399 vs. Nigel Richards (NZL). Low Win: Somphong Phosai (THA) 358-326 vs. Catherine Tong (SGP). High Loss: Martin Teo (MYS) 470-544 vs. Ming Hui Hubert Wee (SGP). Low Loss: Thanatchaporn Thiankarojanakul (THA) 267-462 vs. Ken Smith (USA).

Here's a quick word about some of the prizes we're awarding here. If you look at a TSH rating report and see an 'S' before a player's name, it means that they are a self-described senior, and eligible for prizes for finishing in the top three within that group (THB 5,000, 3,000 and 2,000) (As I write this, there are about 32 Baht to the U.S. dollar).

If you look a little further to the left, there's a column headed "points". Those are handicap points: you get a variable number to get started, depending on your WESPA rating and how recently you've won money at this event, then you get two more for every win and one for each tie. There are five handicap prizes ranging from THB 10,000 down to THB 1,000.

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