On this day in history, the game of pingpongs is in its seventh round of play.
On the final day of the last season, the butterfly game is the one that the players are competing in.
And the winner is the team with the most points at the end of the round.
The butterfly game originated in China and became popular in the 1960s, according to its history book.
This is when Chinese and American players teamed up to compete for the right to play in the tournament, according the history book, and many of the games today are played in China.
The first game was played in the United States in 1892.
The first player to win the game was a Chinese man named Huang Bong, who was able to win by scoring 10 points and tying the game with one swing.
The next game was called the ping-pong tournament and it was the first game of American ping-ball.
It was played at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
It became popular there and later became the game in which Americans competed.
In the 1970s, American players began competing in the game on television.
In 1974, the first American player to score a point in the event was Jimmie Johnson, who scored 11 points.
Johnson was the only American to win.
The last American to play was Phil Mickelson, who won the tournament by scoring 20 points.
Mickelson has won two of the past three major tournaments in the sport.
He won the 2008 Masters and the 2010 U.S. Open.