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List of Living 200+ Runners - 06-08-2010, 08:31 AM

1 Aarts, Ivo Netherlands
2 Anda, Per Sweden
3 Appleton, Darren England
4 Archer, Johnny USA
5 Barouty, Danny USA
6 Basavich, Danny USA
7 Bjelland, Malvin Norway
8 Briesath, Jerry USA
9 Chamat, Marcus Sweden
10 Chamberlain, Bobby USA
11 Chen, Jui-Lung Taiwan
12 Chinakhov, Ruslan Russia
13 Clark, Kevin USA
14 Cohen, Stefan France
15 Davis, Mike USA
16 Daya, Dave USA
17 Deuel, Corey USA
18 Diks, Rico Netherlands
19 DiLiberto, Danny USA
20 Dobosenski, Ron USA
21 Dobrowolski, Steve USA
22 Eckert, Ralph Germany
23 Ederer, Manuel Germany
24 Engert, Thomas Germany
25 Feijen, Neils Netherlands
26 Filler, Joshua Germany
27 Fleitman, Todd USA
28 Fleming, Pat USA
29 Foldes, Vilmos Hungary
30 Frady, Joe USA
31 Friedemann, Herbert Germany
32 Fusco, Pete USA
33 Garcia, Jose USA
34 Garrahan, Teddy USA
35 Griffis, Roger USA
36 Hacsi, John USA
37 Hammer, Florian Germany
38 Harriman, Danny USA
39 Hatch, Dennis USA
40 Heiligenhaus, Frank Germany
41 Heiskanen, Aki Finland
42 Hendricks, Bill USA
43 Hodan, Ed USA
44 Hohmann, Thortsten Germany
45 Hoiss, Tobias Germany
46 Hopkins, Allen USA
47 Hunter, Bobby USA
48 Hybler, Roman Czech Republic
49 Immonen, Mika Finland
50 Jahnke, Bernd Germany
51 Jarvis, Mark USA
52 Jenisy, Jurgen Austria
53 Kaplan, Tomasz Poland
54 Karabatsos, Tom USA
55 Kelly, Eddie USA
56 Kinman, Leroy USA
57 Kong, Sammy USA
58 Koshovyi, Artem Ukraine
59 Kristansen, Vegar Norway
60 Laaksonen, Kim Finland
61 Laha, Duke USA
62 Lane, Dick USA
63 Lechner, Maximillian Austria
64 Lely, Alex Netherlands
65 Leonard, Dick USA
66 Letourneau, Dick USA
67 Lipsky, Steve USA
68 Maidhof, Bob USA
69 Makkonen, Petri Finland
70 Margo, Pete USA
71 Martel, Alain Canada
72 Martin, Ray USA
73 Martinez, Rafael Mexico
74 Massey, Mike USA
75 Matushonek, Ed USA
76 McCreesh, Ryan USA
77 Melling, Chris England
78 Nacovski, Jerry USA
79 Naithani, Brian Germany
80 Neemy, Joe USA
81 Nevel, Larry USA
82 Norcross, Wayne USA
83 Orcullo, Dennis Philippines
84 Ortmann, Oliver Germany
85 Pagulayan, Alex Philippines
86 Parica, Jose Philippines
87 Peach, Daryl England
88 Pecaroro, Richard USA
89 Poguntke, Martin Germany
90 Regli, Ronald Switzerland
91 Reintjes, Christoph Germany
92 Rempe, Jim USA
93 Robison, Stanley USA
94 Robles, Tony USA
95 Rodriguez, Tony (Flaco) USA
96 Roschkowski, Andreas Germany
97 Ross, David USA
98 Sapolis, David USA
99 Schmidt, John USA
100 Scholl, Florian Germany
101 Schumacher, Jakob Germany
102 Schweden, Ingo Germany
103 See, Huidji Netherlands
104 Shaw, Jayson Scotland
105 Sigel, Mike USA
106 Slivka, Jerry USA
107 Sloesen, Karl USA
108 Smulowitz, Lester USA
109 Souquet, Ralf Germany
110 Stalev, Evgeny Russia
111 Stellman, Frank USA
112 Stojanovic, Philipp Croatia
113 Storm, Tom Sweden
114 Strickland, Earl USA
115 Thompson, Rodney USA
116 Thygesen, Kasper Denmark
117 Toth, Andy USA
118 Van Boening, Shane USA
119 Van Corteza, Lee Philippines
120 Van Den Berg, Nick Netherlands
121 Vanover, Bob USA
122 Varner, Nick USA
123 Vogel, Marko Germany
124 Weigoni, Christian Germany
125 Weir, Wendell USA
126 West, Dallas USA
127 Wheeler, Adam USA
128 Zobrekis, Klaus Germany
129 Zummo, Frank USA


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Laaksonen, Kim Finland



Departed Since List Creation:
Matthews, Grady USA
McGown, Frank USA
SanSouci, George USA
Pawelski, George USA
Butera, Lou USA
Viera, Carlos USA
Gay, Leil USA

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06-08-2010, 08:32 AM

Bobby's post in the other thread got me thinking that maybe we should start a list, and see what we can come up with. Just add any names you can confirm to the bottom, with a new number, and I'll periodically adjust the alphabetization.

What I have so far is in the first post.

Any name with an asterisk is either because I can't confirm 100% that he has run over 200 or I can't confirm he is still alive.

I also have this list of possibles:

Abruzzo, John
Aguerro, Billy
Altomare, Chuck
Aslin, Cetin
Babica, Radoslaw
Bandy, Mike
Becker, Kevin
Bell, Terry
Boyes, Karl
Bryant, Charlie
Bustamante, Francisco
Carter, Jeff
Chao, Fong-Pang
Chavez, Ignacio
Chin, Min-Wai
Dunsmore, Bill
Duregger, Werner
Fisher, Pete
Fusco, Jimmy
Glass, Walter
Hall, Buddy
Herring, Earl
Howard, David
Hunt, Bob
Jungo, Dimitri
Kempter, Martin
Kiamco, Warren
Louie, Dan
Madenjian, Bob
Manalo, Marlon
Marrata, Mike
Mataya, Jimmy
Matushonek, Ed
McNally, Pat
Nacovski, Scotty
Orcullo, Dennis
Pagulayan, Alex
Reid, Jimmy
Reyes, Efren
Ruocco, Tommy
Sambajon, Santos
See, Huidji
Sweet, Toby
Tascarella, Pete
Vickery, Howard
Wiggins, Larry



If anyone can confirm who on this list of possibles definitely has or definitely hasn't run 200, please also chime in.

If anyone can help with the Filipinos, Scandinavians, or Asians, that would be great.

Thanks,
Steve

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06-08-2010, 08:43 AM

Corey's high run is 153.
You forgot Lou Butera
I don't believe Rodney or Raj have run 200.
I think Max Eberle's high run is 180+ (however it was on 4 inch pockets)
Charlie WIlliams is 141
I think Raphael Martinez has done it (over 300)
Busta and Orcollo are questionable.
Don't know if Efren ever took the time as he gets bored with straight pool

Just a few off the top of my head.

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06-08-2010, 08:43 AM

Steve:

You might want to add Zion Zvi to your list of possibilities, that is, unless, you know for a fact his high run isn't 200+ (I'm not sure -- I've not had the pleasure of meeting Zion yet).

And also, I hope to make your list this year. My high run at the moment is 133, and I did run a 122 recently, but I hope to smash 'em both sometime this year, if this slight distraction called "work" will step out of the way for a period of time enough where I can hit balls consistently. I'll do my damnedest, though.

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06-08-2010, 08:48 AM

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Corey's high run is 153.
You forgot Lou Butera
I don't believe Rodney or Raj have run 200.
I think Max Eberle's high run is 180+ (however it was on 4 inch pockets)
Charlie WIlliams is 141

Just a few off the top of my head.

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Thanks Bill, edited per your corrections. I'm shocked at Corey's run. I've seen him play 14.1 and he plays beautifully. Combine that with his talent and it's clearly just a function of his not playing the game very often I guess.

Btw, Mike Zuglan *claims* his high run is only 180, because he always stops when he wins a game. I find this highly unlikely but if it's his claim, I can't put him on the list.

Sean, you'll get there. You have the talent and are a student of the game. That, and some luck, is all it takes...

I'm confirming with Zion right now.

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06-08-2010, 09:25 AM

Possibles:

I think Frank "Sailor" Stellman, who has run 100 more than a thousand times has had to have run 200, but he won't talk about his high run. Maybe a contemporary like George Fels or a friend like Mark Wilson or Jeff Carter would know. I wonder if Jeff has run 200. There is also another guy in Illinois they talk about that played 14.1 pretty good, Mike Bandy. John Abruzzo? Bandy and Abruzzo are both disciples of Dallas West.

Also, How about Ralf Eckert? Anyone know his high run?

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he's #6.

according to robert byrne, lou has run over 100, one-handed. as far as i know he's the only one on the planet who has done so. scroll down to page 88. http://books.google.com/books?id=42M...ed=0CCAQ6AEwAw
  
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he's #6.

according to robert byrne, lou has run over 100, one-handed. as far as i know he's the only one on the planet who has done so. scroll down to page 88. http://books.google.com/books?id=42M...ed=0CCAQ6AEwAw
Sausage, I updated the list after I saw Marop's correction. I did indeed forget Mr. Butera.

Running 100 one-handed is the sickest thing I've ever heard. Dick Leonard has run 100 with his opposite hand, which is just slightly below that on the insane-o-meter lol.

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200 Ball Runners - 06-08-2010, 10:06 AM

There is a good list and looking at that list compared to how many players
out there. It is a small %. Very, very hard thing to do. Maybe compares to the all time Home Run list?
Vanover told me that his high run was 285.
I put a call into Leroy to see what his high run is. I can't believe, I never asked. I know for a fact that he always stops shooting when he wins a game like Zuglan but practice is another story.
  
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There is a good list and looking at that list compared to how many players
out there. It is a small %. Very, very hard thing to do. Maybe compares to the all time Home Run list?
Vanover told me that his high run was 285.
I put a call into Leroy to see what his high run is. I can't believe, I never asked. I know for a fact that he always stops shooting when he wins a game like Zuglan but practice is another story.
I hate to ask, but who is Leroy?

Also, I just confirmed with Zion -191. That will soon change lol.
  
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I hate to ask, but who is Leroy?

Also, I just confirmed with Zion -191. That will soon change lol.
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-191? That is a h*ll of a lot of fouls!



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-191? That is a h*ll of a lot of fouls!



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You know it's funny, when I saw that there was a new response I opened the thread and started scrolling down. Before I got to your last post, I looked at mine where I showed Zion's run and I said to myself, "that looks kinda weird".

And sure enough, there you were, to tell me all about it hahaha.

On a serious note, I did kinda remember that his high was just short of the 200 mark which is why I didn't add him to begin with. He will very soon break that mark by a lot. Very, very strong player.

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06-08-2010, 10:44 AM

Hi Steve,

That's an interesting list, but a little hard to confirm. It would be nice to have a list of those who have run 100 in competition, which is a little easier to document and I think about as hard as doing 200 in practice.


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06-08-2010, 10:48 AM

Steve,

I know of 2 candidates.

The first is Rodney (Babe) Thompson, out of Phoenix AZ. I have the pleasure of playing Babe occasionally. I am certain that his high run is over 200, I believe it is 213. At age 69 he can still dab 'em.

The second is Leil (JR) Gay. I don't know if he is still in Phoenix, but a year ago I asked what his high run was and he modestly answered "over 300". After watching him play I would not doubt it for one minute.

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Question Wayne Norcross? - 06-08-2010, 10:54 AM

Another name I hear being thrown around with high runs in 14.1, is Wayne Norcross. I'm not sure of his high run, but perhaps someone on here might know -- or might be able to confirm with Wayne himself? (I don't know Wayne, I'm just going by memory from some videos that someone had posted in another forum about Wayne's beautiful slip-stroke.)

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