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DCI World Champs Finals - Aug 11, 2018

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2 minutes ago, skevinp said:

So "S" is represented by two different symbols?  :w00t:

No it's the conquest hits that are being played at that time

 

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4 minutes ago, wilme861 said:

No it's the conquest hits that are being played at that time

 

I know, I was just pointing out a flaw in the alternative theory.   :smile:

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24 minutes ago, CAC303 said:

What does it mean?

 

18 minutes ago, MikeRapp said:

SOS

:whaa:

no. it is not SOS.  

It's the notation for the Conquest Shots that Boston is famous for.

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32 minutes ago, mfrontz said:

It's a visual representation of the sting from 'Conquest' that Boston played at the end of their opener. They were in that formation when they played it.

••|•|••• = Conquest hit: 'dut dut,- dut,- dut dut dut ' and it also stands for (2-1-3) or letters B-A-C; not Morse as in the case of  'SOS'.(3 dots, 3 dashes and 3 dots)

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8 minutes ago, Ghost said:

BAC

It can't be, 3 dots is S lol

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10 minutes ago, wilme861 said:

It can't be, 3 dots is S lol

SOS is the International Morse code distress signal

••|•|••• is not Morse lol

 

 

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One highlight of retreat was Rondinaro saying, paraphrasing here, “if SCV does not win this thing people will start throwing themselves on the field.”  Did not even pretend to do a “reliable rondo” pick.

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