04-11-2013, 03:25 PM
The guy asked me why did Takahashi get 90 for pcs for a performance with a fall and a stepout (the only disruptive mistakes) in the LONG program. I answer: He skated an inspired, full of passion program and got those marks.
Originally Posted by Bluebonnet
Chan did the same amount of disruptive mistakes as he did, and still got HIGHER pcs. At 2013 worlds, he did 4 serious serious mistakes including 2(?) falls , skated like a zombie and almost got 90 again. So, Takahashi was not the overscored guy here. I'm not complaining that Dai deserved better pcs, what I'm saying is that Patrick Chan is overscored. And that's so obvious for everybody except patrick's fans and corrupt judges.
04-11-2013, 03:30 PM
About 2013 Worlds? Honestly, yes, Patrick's PCS was fair. I'll take Patrick's two fall LP over Ten's no fall LP any day. As you all said, jumps are not the only thing in figure skating.
Originally Posted by Leonardo
As of this time's WTT, I cannot answer you at this point because I've only watched Takahashi and Chan's SPs.
04-11-2013, 03:33 PM