We start with madness, and pause here at Number 6 with villains. These gentlemen are taking this story literally.
In a throwback to artificial intelligence of a different era, Muller expertly plays Reichenstein's reference with another, bringing the game full circle. This is not just a match of design, this is a culture match, a match a wit and words, a match of historical consequence.
We saw that provocation evolve into a story of original creation. The introduction of a visored character in a pod and reference to new sea of pods. A plea to bring back the narrative. What could these two opponents possibly bring back next and where did Seinfeld go?
The match has four more rounds to go, and I'm getting word from the sidelines that there's new commotion already. Let's quiet down and see what's next.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Liz Danzico.
Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
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