Dake dictated the match with movement and stronger ties. His strategy appeared to be to suck Dieringer in, cut him off, and win the ties. He worked that strategy expertly and made Dieringer look one-dimensional. Dieringer was reacting to Dake's movement and this prevented Dieringer from ever getting Dake in a position where Dieringer could score. Dieringer needed to get Dake to move where Dieringer wanted, but that just didn't happen.
My no-so-serious take is sung to the tune of Sir Robin's minstrel from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Brave Sir Kyle ran away
Bravely ran away, away
When Ringer reared his curly head
Sir Kyle moved his feet and fled
Yes, brave Sir Kyle turned about
And gallantly he pushed him out