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05-22-2015, 10:03 AM

When I am playing my "A" game against an opponent I will have a 40+ ball run at least once every day. When I am off and playing at a "B" level the high run will be around 30. I have played in straight pool leagues and I average around 8 balls an inning. I am considered an "A" player.

If there is no opponent and I am just trying to get a high run for hours than I expect the numbers to be higher, but I never did this. I would get bored after about 30 minutes.

Based on many years and thousands of straight pool games

Highest run for the day playing several games

Pro Level - 75+
A Level - 40+
B Level - 28+
C Level - 18+
D Level - 10+
  
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