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  1. 14-1StraightMan
    08-30-2013 12:58 PM
    14-1StraightMan
    Thanks for the message. It is well appreciated.
    Take care & stay in touch... OH... by the way... I love the Honeymooners! Glad to see that there are people out there that grew up on the same wholesome shows that I did.
    Mike
  2. Big Dave
    09-12-2011 01:53 AM
    Big Dave
    Hi Ralph,

    Nice game rules there... Did you invent the "Contact" game, or is it traditionally played somewhere?

    I'm the editor at Pro9 - Europe's No.1 Pool Player Resource. www.Pro9.co.uk

    We kind of came later to the American game of pool, having Snooker and "English Pool" over here taking the front seat, but I'm trying to educate and inform our European audience as much as possible, would it be ok with you to add these rules to our site?

    All the best,
    Big Dave Knight.
    Editor,
    Pro9 - The European Pool Player Resource.
    http://www.pro9.co.uk/
    editor@Pro9.co.uk

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  • About Ralph Kramden
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    I didn't get out played... I just got out smarted
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    Land of the free.. Only because of the brave
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    Good players know where the cue ball stops. Poor players know the ball stops somewhere.
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    I can get shape on any ball... I just don't know which one.
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    GAMES... http://sites.google.com/site/poolandbilliard

    Recognize a 1/2 ball 30 degree cut and quarter ball angles.
    Paralysis by aiming analysis happens by thinking too much.

    To play at top speed... You must own the stop shot line.

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  • Join Date: 09-07-2007

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