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Old August 1, 2015, 02:45 AM
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Salam, Bhaiz and Apaz, Didiz and Dadaz ( creditz to Bujhee_Kom Bhai for the phrase)

Hope Everybody is Well and No Body is Doomed ( Cant remember who influenced me in writing "We are Doomed")

Anyway recently I became the 6th BC Cricket Savant (on reaching 25000 posts). First of all congratulation to the 5 previous Savants. They are ... ...

1. Nadim................ (44741 Posts) (17.83 posts Per Day)
2. Sohel .................(35464 Posts) (11.72 posts Per Day)
3.AsifTheManRahman .(27675 posts) (6.61 posts Per Day)
4. Zeeshan ..............(27647 posts) (10.24 posts Per Day)
5. Tigers_eye ...........(27267 posts) (7.40 posts Per Day)

these are standings based on current standings, may not be necessarily the order of becoming Savant. but again congratz to all of them and wish they quickly reach the next level ( may be 50000 landmark).

Thanks to Bangladesh Cricket,which is prospering all along the last 8 years which kept me glued to this Forum and also all the member who have big big influence for me to keep on positing and posting. it has been a long journey which started as OffStump and then I changed to al-Sagar. hopefully it will continue as long as I have a device which can connect to internet and login to this forum, and I have passion to watch and understand cricket and keep on thinking and transferring my passion in to the posts in this forum. thanks in advance to all the forum members (present and future) in advance.

Now who will be the next Cricket Savant ???

here is a small Stat I have prepared. based on current posts and current posts per day, I have calculated days to reach 25000.

1. MohammadC ..(22539 Posts), (7.44 Posts per day), ( 331days to Savant)
2. Al Furqaan ....(22160 Posts), (5.30 Posts per day), ( 530 days to Savant)
3. Zunaid .........(22121 Posts), (Data Not Available)
4. Bujhee Kom....(21828 Posts), (7.38 Posts per day), ( 430 days to Savant)
5. Simon............(21392 Posts), (7.87 Posts per day), ( 458 days to Savant)
6. Rabz.............(20532 Posts), (5.40 Posts per day), ( 827 days to Savant)
7. Murad...........(19844 Posts), (6.03 Posts per day), ( 855 days to Savant)
8. BANFAN.........(18959 Posts), (6.22 Posts per day), ( 971 days to Savant)
9. One World.....(18221 Posts), (4.89 Posts per day), ( 1386 days to Savant)
10. KalPurush....(17919 Posts), (4.83 Posts per day), ( 1466 days to Savant)
11. Afjar .........(17713 Posts), (5.15 Posts per day), ( 1415 days to Savant)
12. Fazal..........(16610 Posts), (4.18 Posts per day), ( 2007 days to Savant)

well these stats show career posts per day or strike rate. year wise strike rate could have given better results. again when matches are on we can see huge increase of strike rate. again some people have better strike rate when matches are off.

as for example. I have a career strike rate of 9.05. but I alone had 570 or 750 posts in the match thread of the last test. again during World Cup Football I also have higher strike rate than others. and also when I start playing Football manager or Microsoft Bingo or BridgeBase Online I have strike rate of 0.00.

So every user has their own time. Some body gets excited by ashraFOOL, some by Bjorn Gelotte and Some by Sunny Leone or Naila Nayem. .....

anyway there are many other dark horses who may spoil the party of the 12 that I mentioned above. If they start having a Strike Rate like nadim, anything can happen.

anyway, thanks again to everybody. advance congratz all the future Savants and specially the next one. Hopefully someday everybody will become Savant.
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Old August 3, 2015, 01:17 PM
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Welcome to the club. Here you go...



Once you open the lock you will get to the




Those who are not in the club and have no future desire to joining the club, remember, quality not quantity rules. Ask Babubangla, Tehsin, Mahmood, fwullah, Faltu ridwan bhai, James90 (Italian), Zobair, Cluster11, Shubho, Ehsan, banglaTiger84, fab, Oracle, reinausagi, Chinaman, R_S (before he was ADMIN), Pasha, RazabQ, Pagol-chagol, capslock, Carte blanche, Beamer, Mufi, Simon, WC, Nasif, Bhujhe-Beshi and so many more.
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Old August 3, 2015, 03:07 PM
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somehow my post counts are always low. Which surprises me because I think I'm quite chatty here
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Old August 3, 2015, 05:11 PM
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25K??? Would take another 15+ years!
Target Set - June 2025 .. here I come!!
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Old August 3, 2015, 05:36 PM
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Congrats !!
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Old August 3, 2015, 07:42 PM
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somehow my post counts are always low. Which surprises me because I think I'm quite chatty here
11 thousand posts are not low bro. You are chatty. How the hell you get all the time with unlimited amount of kids that you have ? Or do they take care of each other...

Or are you a full time house husband , so explains the chattiness...
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Old August 3, 2015, 07:44 PM
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25K??? Would take another 15+ years!
Target Set - June 2025 .. here I come!!
Chapabazi'tey kokhonoi bhalo chila na. Talim dibo bhabtasi. Free....
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Old August 3, 2015, 09:40 PM
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^^ ei jonnoi to majhe majhe PP jai idaning ... shiktesi .. free
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Old August 3, 2015, 10:17 PM
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Nadim's SR is insane!..i wish we had a batsman like that in T20!
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Old August 3, 2015, 11:07 PM
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Nadim's SR is insane!..i wish we had a batsman like that in T20!
really really insane ... ... he is the only eliglble T20 players in this forum.

and may be sohel Bhai and zeeshan Bhai ... ...
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Old August 4, 2015, 09:06 AM
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Nadim doesn't post much nowadays. Same goes for Sohel bhai. And ATMR...Sigh. I thought he would come back since our tigers started to whip opponents left and right. Come back bro..
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Old August 4, 2015, 05:59 PM
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একদিন আমিও.......
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Old August 4, 2015, 08:37 PM
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একদিন আমিও.......
Miraz bhai, you have slowed down a lot, you are almost invisible now. I used to remember everyone on the forum was jealous of your time managment - it seemed like you were here in BC 24/7 writing in every thread with detailed 5 page analysis...

Then one day out of the blue you started doing secret handshake with Zunaid and shaad and we find out you earned your prestigious phD and giving some fancy lectures...

That's when I thought to my self.... THis guy must be GOD - how the hell he earned a phd while being here all the time and possibly taking care of couple of kids...?

What happened, where is that Old Miraz!! Maybe it's time to do a second phd.


I think all of us members are under performing now while our cricketers are exceeding themselves.

I doubt you will reach this club at the rate you are going currently.
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Oh, what a vicarious thrill that would be. Me too dude, I would love to be staring at the one-millionth post.
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Old August 6, 2015, 08:14 AM
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Old August 9, 2015, 09:10 AM
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I agree with Tiger's Eye, other than match threads, my posts still remain subtle and to the point. I personally hate blabbering on since birth and known to be the quiet one in the family spread and among friend circle as well.
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Old August 9, 2015, 04:55 PM
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Miraz bhai, you have slowed down a lot, you are almost invisible now. I used to remember everyone on the forum was jealous of your time managment - it seemed like you were here in BC 24/7 writing in every thread with detailed 5 page analysis...

Then one day out of the blue you started doing secret handshake with Zunaid and shaad and we find out you earned your prestigious phD and giving some fancy lectures...

That's when I thought to my self.... THis guy must be GOD - how the hell he earned a phd while being here all the time and possibly taking care of couple of kids...?

What happened, where is that Old Miraz!! Maybe it's time to do a second phd.


I think all of us members are under performing now while our cricketers are exceeding themselves.

I doubt you will reach this club at the rate you are going currently.
Those were the golden days.

I thought I would have more time after doing the PhD...I could not have been more wrong.

Post-doc life was hectic and I had no idea what was waiting for me when I joined King's as an academic.

I am really envious of BC members who can multitask and still manage to post regularly. Kudos to T_E bhai, Zunaid bhai, KP bhai, al-Sagar, Rabz, MohammedC, Nadim et al.
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I thought I would have more time after doing the PhD...I could not have been more wrong.

Post-doc life was hectic and I had no idea what was waiting for me
On the other hand, my post-residency life is pretty damn awesome. I only do couple of shift work a week and free rest of the time.. and on top of that got tons of vacation time.

I see every single ball of cricket, spend great time with my son every day.. sleep a LOT.

I can be much busier if I want to , but I don't want to.. Some of my neighbors actually think I am unemployed :p

Only if my personal life was a little better.. it's a shame really....
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Old August 10, 2015, 04:39 PM
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Orphy, since you have one of yours, you already know that "they" don't take care of diddly squat. It helps that BD matches are mostly at night. Though now that my older one wants to stay up late and watch 'em, I might be posting less

Personal life bhalo korey felo. Nothing is worth messing that up
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Personal life bhalo korey felo. Nothing is worth messing that up
Razab bhai, i can't wait for my son to grow up and watch cricket with him.

Thanks for the above words of wisdom. I am trying but it's very dragging. But you are right, everything else in life is secondary.. including jobs, social life.. No happiness in home, no happiness in life.....We gotta know what's important in life.


I have taken this approach in life:

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Orphy - real joy is when your kids are bursting through your forward defense with a nippy in-swinger (big one) or square driving your slightly wide length delivery through point (middle guy).
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Orphy - real joy is when your kids are bursting through your forward defense with a nippy in-swinger (big one) or square driving your slightly wide length delivery through point (middle guy).
then Farhad Reza's father just might be world's saddest dad
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Wow

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