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Second row from top. ?, ?, ?, ?, ?


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I see Jackie Robinson in row 2!

When I first worked at Champions in Laurel, Jackie and I shared the Keno counter position.

This thread brings back memories for sure. Thanks, JAM!

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09-12-2017, 09:39 AM

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Ww, the old Bill & Billies ( Jack & Jills ) is where I came up and was my home room. Geese was awesome and funny as hell. I learned one pocket from him. The only real competition for Geese in the State tourney was my buddy Cigar Tom. Tom won it like 9 years in a row or something and he's told me Geese was always the only one he worried about . I remember Gentlemams when it was owned by Nick Frank ( also had Northpoint billiards and Top Hat - at the time, he is now passed ). Gentleman's was across the street from on of Barry Greenbergs rooms, I say one of because he lost several along with millions of dollars gambling . That name of that place was Greenies. Do you remember that place or him at all?
Geese was great and Geese was a character, but he was lucky that the late "Little Nicky" Vlahos went up to Boston when they were still both teenagers, because Geese couldn't have beaten Nicky in one pocket or straight pool without a decent spot. Check out the archived Accu-Stats match between Nick and Earl if you've never heard of him, and this was when Nick hadn't been playing straight pool for quite some time.
  
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09-12-2017, 02:36 PM

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Here's Radar, Tom-Tom, Jimmy Mac, and Richard Allen.

I saw Richard Allen not so long ago in the mall. He had long hair. I mean really long. I wouldn't have recognized him at first glance. He always treated me right. I like Richard.
Great picture. I still miss Jimmy Mac. Played the weekly nine-ball tournaments with him in Champions Shirlington in the early 90s. A lot of people don't realize that Planet Pool got going because Jimmy took the effort to start what he called the Mid Atlantic Regional Circuit in about 93 or so, because there were competing local tournaments.

Jimmy could play, and he would also share some knowledge with you, which a lot of good players won't do. I always thought he looked like a bit of a combination of James Dean and the Fonzie, probably with some other characters thrown in.

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09-12-2017, 02:39 PM

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Great picture. I still miss Jimmy Mac. Played the weekly nine-ball tournaments with him in Champions Shirlington in the early 90s. A lot of people don't realize that Planet Pool got going because Jimmy took the effort to start what he called the Mid Atlantic Regional Circuit in about 93 or so, because there were competing local tournaments.

Jimmy could play, and he would also share some knowledge with you, which a lot of good players won't do. I always thought he looked like a bit of a combination of James Dean and the Fonzie, probably with some other characters thrown in.

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I remember one time when Geese and I went to the Montgomery County Fair in Gaithersburg, MD. We saw Jimmy Mack there with his kid. Jimmy pulls me aside and tells me how to win on the crooked pool table at the fair. And he was right. I won the biggest stuffed animal ever!


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I remember one time when Geese and I went to the Montgomery County Fair in Gaithersburg, MD. We saw Jimmy Mack there with his kid. Jimmy pulls me aside and tells me how to win on the crooked pool table at the fair. And he was right. I won the biggest stuffed animal ever!
And most probabl wouldnt know, but jimmy mac retired from service with a local government, for whom i also worked.

His accomplishments as a civil servant were recognized by his superiors and publcally, by his customers.

He was a strong player and a good human.

Also featured in mccumbers book, running the table (whatever he called it


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Geese was great and Geese was a character, but he was lucky that the late "Little Nicky" Vlahos went up to Boston when they were still both teenagers, because Geese couldn't have beaten Nicky in one pocket or straight pool without a decent spot. Check out the archived Accu-Stats match between Nick and Earl if you've never heard of him, and this was when Nick hadn't been playing straight pool for quite some time.
Nicky, Stu, and New decker were before my time . I have however heard plenty about each and I did know Newdecker, although WAY past his prime. Everyone mentioned were stone cold champions so would be hard to bet against any of them, but I can tell you ANYONE spotting Geese in one hole is something I would have to see.

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Great picture. I still miss Jimmy Mac. Played the weekly nine-ball tournaments with him in Champions Shirlington in the early 90s. A lot of people don't realize that Planet Pool got going because Jimmy took the effort to start what he called the Mid Atlantic Regional Circuit in about 93 or so, because there were competing local tournaments.

Jimmy could play, and he would also share some knowledge with you, which a lot of good players won't do. I always thought he looked like a bit of a combination of James Dean and the Fonzie, probably with some other characters thrown in.

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I was pretty sure Danny Green started Planet Pool or am I thinking of something else?

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Hit the rack dead on but very easy with a tip of high English 😆. I used to bust out that game down Ocean City, Giving away the huge stuffed animals to every hot chic I saw ( not like I was gonna carry it around anyway lol ). But first they end up putting a two a day limit on me, then banned lololol.
  
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Nicky, Stu, and New decker were before my time . I have however heard plenty about each and I did know Newdecker, although WAY past his prime. Everyone mentioned were stone cold champions so would be hard to bet against any of them, but I can tell you ANYONE spotting Geese in one hole is something I would have to see.



I was pretty sure Danny Green started Planet Pool or am I thinking of something else?



Hit the rack dead on but very easy with a tip of high English 😆. I used to bust out that game down Ocean City, Giving away the huge stuffed animals to every hot chic I saw ( not like I was gonna carry it around anyway lol ). But first they end up putting a two a day limit on me, then banned lololol.

Yes, Danny Green did start Planet Pool.

You'll never guess who I just became FB friends with: Wayne Collins. Now, there's a Marylander player from the past. He's now living in Alabama.


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I was pretty sure Danny Green started Planet Pool or am I thinking of something else?
You're absolutely right, Danny started Planet Pool, but the reason I mentioned Jimmy Mac in that is that I don't think it would have happened without Jimmy starting the MARC a few years before. Then, there were tournaments in Shirlington, Rockville, Laurel, and Herndon, to name a few,, that were uncoordinated, sometimes happening on the same nights, which limited the field. I think the fact that Jimmy started the MARC led to Danny starting Planet Pool later on. Maybe it would have happened anyway, can't say for sure. There's other morphing involved too, I have to admit. The MARC was doing pretty good for awhile, so it was either taken over or bought in some way by the McDermott tour. But anyhow, I give Jimmy some credit, as he was the first to get a major area circuit going in those days.

And I agree with you. Anybody giving Geese a spot would have to have mashed potatoes for brains. I'd like to see it. Maybe in nine ball, but not in straight or one pocket.

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You're absolutely right, Danny started Planet Pool, but the reason I mentioned Jimmy Mac in that is that I don't think it would have happened without Jimmy starting the MARC a few years before. Then, there were tournaments in Shirlington, Rockville, Laurel, and Herndon, to name a few,, that were uncoordinated, sometimes happening on the same nights, which limited the field. I think the fact that Jimmy started the MARC led to Danny starting Planet Pool later on. Maybe it would have happened anyway, can't say for sure. There's other morphing involved too, I have to admit. The MARC was doing pretty good for awhile, so it was either taken over or bought in some way by the McDermott tour. But anyhow, I give Jimmy some credit, as he was the first to get a major area circuit going in those days.

And I agree with you. Anybody giving Geese a spot would have to have mashed potatoes for brains. I'd like to see it. Maybe in nine ball, but not in straight or one pocket.

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Lolol, the McDermott Tour! Boy I had some good times there! Usually Action Billiards down in Salisbury. Never had any intentions of doing any good in tourney but was tons of good action there for me - loved it! A bunch of us would go down and it would be the biggest party before leaving Bmore all the way down, the whole weekend, and when we got back. Partied hard - good old days 😊. Actually made a thread on here about one of those weekends - but my boy getting a pole up his ass ( literally ).

Wayne Collins lolololol. I like Wayne. We were friends when he was up here. I actually staked him quite a bit. NEVER WON ONCE LOL!. He's a really strong player , but it was this one time that .... just broke him. Not money wise but as a player . It's been awhile, but either I was staking him or I was in staking playing I think Jeremy Jones with the free7. Can't remember but it might have been a skunk. But IT WAS BAD. He never played the same after that night. But none the less I always likes wayne. He used to work with me in my 9 ball game, I picked up that funny slip stroke he uses lol. I don't think I've seen him since 07, 08.

As far a Geese, well nuff said really. Not only were the top guys in the world not looking to play him, a spot??? Lololol
  
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09-12-2017, 07:31 PM

We get some good shiiid flowing about the mid Atlantic.

I'd like to be able to revisit sometimes.

I will throw you one more: first time I had an extended exchange with Buckles was in Georgia ave champions. I was there with my buddy, Knuckles. Must have been 17-19 and he was fun to party with, but a bit uptight.

He had a nice 70 ss camaro and we parked in the used car lot next door. Well, Knuckles has to be home at a certain hour, or it is trouble...for him. Surprise! There is a fat chain across the lot.

Buckles comes out and we chat about the situation. He says he has it taken care of, comes back in his jeep, with a tow chain. Wraps chain around offending barrier and rips it away, pulling the pole to which it was grounded from its roots.

Off we drove and I am sure Knuckles got grounded, but he did keep his camaro.


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We get some good shiiid flowing about the mid Atlantic.

I'd like to be able to revisit sometimes.

I will throw you one more: first time I had an extended exchange with danny green was in Georgia ave champions. I was there with my buddy, dean. Must have been 17-19 and he was fun to party with, but a bit uptight.

He had a nice 70 ss camaro and we parked in the used car lot next door. Well, dean has to be home at a certain hour, or it is trouble...for him. Surprise! There is a fat chain across the lot.

Danny comes out and we chat about the situation. He says he has it taken care of, comes back in his jeep, with a tow chain. Wraps chain around offending barrier and rips it away, pulling the pole to which it was grounded from its roots.

Off we drove and I am sure dean got grounded, but he did keep his camaro.
Lol, that's a good one!

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09-13-2017, 12:19 AM

From the Ted Gup article that Mike Page posted earlier in this thread, it looks like Champion Billiards in Silver Spring closed in 2005 (or possibly a bit earlier). Does anyone know when it opened? And did a pool hall exist in that location before Champion Billiards; if so, how long was it there?
  
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From the Ted Gup article that Mike Page posted earlier in this thread, it looks like Champion Billiards in Silver Spring closed in 2005 (or possibly a bit earlier). Does anyone know when it opened? And did a pool hall exist in that location before Champion Billiards; if so, how long was it there?
A pool hall did *not* exist in that Silver Spring location before Richard Allen opened up Champion Billiards in Silver Spring, MD. This was the very first Champion Billiards in the area. They were the largest pool talbe distributor on the East Coast at that time. In fact, when the movie people from "The Color of Money" were looking for pool tables for the Atlantic City scene, they contacted Richard, but another company bid lower for the job, so Richard didn't get it.

Richard was partners with Chris-something (can't remember, old age kicking in ), and the two of them then opened up a Champions in Virginia, not to be confused with the Champions in the shopping center with the cop shop where Seattle Sam was working. This is the Champions located on the second floor that Billy Stephen once owned too. In fact, there still exists a Weanie Beanie hot dog stand down the street from it, last time I checked.

Before Champions in Silver Spring, which is where I worked graveyard shift, when all the action woudl take place , Richard owned "Let's Play Games" pool room in Rockville, which I think went under or he just closed it down.

Richard's family used to own a pool table distributorship on 14th Street in D.C. that sold these tables, which are not Brunswick. They don't make those tables anymore, and I can't remember the names of those tables either. I can find out, though.

The Champions in Frederick, MD that exists today is run by Richard's son Gary Allen. Here's a photo of him at the 1986 Maryland State Championship that I was the TD of. From left to right, Gary Allen's mother holding Gary, Rose, me, Chris (Mike Sigel's girlfriend), and Cigar Tom's wife with the neck brace.
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