And so we finish, with what seems like a clean win for Chris: the motifs he took from Naz each round and consistently improved upon, watching on while the drama's played out.
Congratulations to both players, excellent designers both. It's a nasty business, layer tennis, and the pressure is intense. Those who haven't played in the terror dome don't know the anxiety that draws a line in the sand every 15 minutes. Those who have, are all champions.
Tune in next week for yet another battle of speed-addled pixel pushing. From Paris, I salute all of you, because I've drunk too much and need to get back to my lady friend. Santé.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Rosecrans Baldwin.
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Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
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