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He won the final two games in the second set to halt Taoatao's league winning streak at 73 sets - the first loss since the 2004 semifinals.
Consider many runs of an experiment in which B is set to 2 and A is set to 3, which might produce the following results in which colors (G stands for green and R for red) at the detectors agree about 85 percent of the time: B2: GGGGRGRRRGGRGRRGGRR A3: GGRGRGRRGGGRGRRGRRR.
As you can see, the athlete utilized one 30-second continuation set to fulfill his goal reps for the set.