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How many runs can a single player score in a one-day match(cricket) ??
Without extras

P.S Answer without googling :p
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Originally posted by VyshakhR1995 on 12 Aug 2017, 23:04.
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Infinite runs with infinite overthrows


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Infinite runs with infinite overthrows


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Question edited....Thank you for pointing out the flow in the question...
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Infinite runs with infinite overthrows


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Question edited....Thank you for pointing out the flow in the question...

1800 if each first ball of alternate over is a no ball and strike is changed..batsman gets to play all 300 balls hitting 6 in every ball.




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Question edited....Thank you for pointing out the flow in the question...

1800 if each first ball of alternate over is a no ball and strike is changed..batsman gets to play all 300 balls hitting 6 in every ball.

When extras are not there how can you include a No Ball


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[quote="Luckisnoexcuse"]Infinite runs with infinite overthrows


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Question edited....Thank you for pointing out the flow in the question...

1800 if each first ball of alternate over is a no ball and strike is changed..batsman gets to play all 300 balls hitting 6 in every ball.

When extras are not there how can you include a No Ball


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Extras are not included in batsman score...ohh u meant no extras were scored by the team??


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Yes...No overthrows,No ball wide etc for entire the team
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How many runs can a single player score in a one-day match(cricket) ??
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(5*6 + 3) * 50 = 33 * 50 = 1650

Even scoring 500 runs in an ODI has not happened till date :)
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(5*6+3)*50=33*50=1650

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VyshakhR1995 wrote:
How many runs can a single player score in a one-day match(cricket) ??
Without extras

P.S Answer without googling :p



(5*6 + 3) * 50 = 33 * 50 = 1650

Even scoring 500 runs in an ODI has not happened till date :)



You came close,But the final answer is Wrong
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New post 31 Aug 2017, 12:09
No wonder, got what I had missed. Btw I googled to get the right answer
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