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IamCalvin06
01-09-2008, 10:56 PM
So Bucktooth is talking a whole bunch of trash as normal. He had about 40K on him and was woofing it up.

Bucktooth says nobodys got more 1 dollar bills than i got 100 dollar bills.

Fatboy walks up behind him, pulls out 100k from his Louis Vuitton bag and says "FCUKING flip for it"

Bucktooth runs off like a little girl. See ya next year BUCKTOOTH!!!

Only thing missing was Ashton Kutcher showing up

yally
01-09-2008, 10:58 PM
OMG :eek: That was insane!

Hustler08
01-09-2008, 10:58 PM
Ya that was awsome I saw it live, but trust me bro, bucktooth had more then 40k, he showed 20k easy in ONE POCKET

shag_fu
01-09-2008, 11:00 PM
dammit. I wish my sound worked all I could see were jaws flappin and old man running away!

beav99_4life
01-09-2008, 11:00 PM
That was the funniest sh.it i've ever seen. Bucktooth finally got hi rolled like to do to others. Much respect to Fatboy. I met him this past weekend at the DCC and he was a great guy, we talked for an hour. Great guy. Definately the moment of DCC so far this year.

9balllvr
01-09-2008, 11:00 PM
typical pool room action - someone woofs louder and the other ends up like an ass :eek:

IamCalvin06
01-09-2008, 11:03 PM
too bad Bill Gates wasnt there lol

shark3149
01-09-2008, 11:08 PM
Fatboy is the man.That was crazy.

bigskyjake
01-09-2008, 11:09 PM
that was friggin sweet

Rubyron
01-09-2008, 11:16 PM
That was priceless. Bucktooth was so scared he must have pissed his pants.

Cardinal_Syn
01-09-2008, 11:16 PM
seen it live too.....now that should've been on PPV!!!! that was sick

Franky
01-09-2008, 11:16 PM
Hah. It looked to me like Fatboy told everyone he'd be out of town so that he could show up fashionably late and trap Bucktooth mid woof. Very nice ploy Fatboy!:D

Dead Money
01-09-2008, 11:20 PM
Lmao!! Too funny:D

student4ever
01-09-2008, 11:21 PM
That Was Insane!!!!

beetle
01-09-2008, 11:23 PM
That was the best 20 seconds of live streaming ever!!!

arsenius
01-09-2008, 11:53 PM
Are they recording the live stream somewhere, or is it mostly getting discarded? This would be awesome to see!

poolhustler
01-10-2008, 12:08 AM
Damn........I missed it !! I was out hitting some balls.... If anyone can find it, please post it on YouTube!!

Russ......

gopi-1
01-10-2008, 12:15 AM
I thought I would never see the day Bucktooth's a$$ got pwned! Yooo the mannn Eric! http://emoticons4u.com/fingers/fing02.gif

Catahula
01-10-2008, 12:33 AM
Fatboy you did it!
Words cannot describe the pleasure it give me to see somebody let ALL the air out of a hot balloon.:D
They will be talking about this for a long, long time!
Good on ya!

jon21588
01-10-2008, 12:43 AM
Are they recording the live stream somewhere, or is it mostly getting discarded? This would be awesome to see!

Sadly, it didn't get recorded.

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 12:44 AM
10 to 1 that butt tooth ..er ... inbred... ah...cornfed (my bad) shows up here with some lame excuse......

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 12:45 AM
SOOOOOOMEBODY was trapping the stream....... there should be a vid up soon enough....

ioCross
01-10-2008, 12:53 AM
man i wish i saw that.

there's a big difference between flashing them bills and actually willing to gamble for your roll.

and aint nothing truely gambling like coin flips.

LILJOHN30
01-10-2008, 12:54 AM
SOOOOOOMEBODY was trapping the stream....... there should be a vid up soon enough....
If it's out there post the vid Please...........

SpiderWebComm
01-10-2008, 01:29 AM
All I know is we saw the Tooth enter the action room, so I was like... Cornerman, go grab him. He went over and invited him into the booth, and we actually had a pretty good interview. Of course, I instigated... got it going, asked the Tooth where Fatboy was. He went on to say he was there and Fatboy wasn't, etc... and if Fatboy said he'd show up tomorrow then it would be the day after tomorrow, and then the day after that, etc.

Here's the deal, because I was sitting about a foot from the tooth holding the mic: Bucktooth had so much money on him, I was literally scared to death. He said all of his pockets were stuffed tight.... and they were. He looked like the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz... stuffed with $100 bills. He emptied his right pocket and there must've been 40 large. While he was talking, I looked at his other pockets and the man was sitting tough. I gotta admit, I was loving his barking and his knots the size of grapefruits.

While I asked Tooth a question, DerekDisco whispered in my ear: "Spidey... don't say anything, Fatboy is standing behind Bucktooth."

Before you know it, there was total mayhem...Eric (Fatboy) whipped out a bag of CASH. Honestly, I don't know how much he had, but he had ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL of Bucktooth's pockets covered and THEN some. Eric looked a little crazed, and without missing a beat told Bucktooth to flip for it. Bucktooth was rattled and said he didn't have that much money and then Eric said "Let's flip for whatever you have."

The next thing I know, Bucktooth was out the door. When Eric made Bucktooth leave (by now the entire action room at the DCC was staring at the "SCENE"), Eric says: "The whole room can flip for $10k if you want, step up, I'm here."

Everyone just stared at him. Nobody made a chirp. If the camera was on the crowd of 200 of the nation's biggest pool gamblers, it would appear as though they were watching a deer die. He shut up the entire action room. That's what I witnessed. People can say Fatboy wouldn't have REALLY flipped for it. Dude, it was in his eyes... and his money was posted.... all someone had to say was bet, and they didn't.

Fatboy for the Louie Roberts award. That's all I have to say.

-Spider

Roy Steffensen
01-10-2008, 02:02 AM
MAN I WISH SO BADLY I WAS THERE!!!

(I would have posted my 0,25 cents and flipped for that, btw, I am no chicken)

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 03:13 AM
Fatboy said he was going to hi roll Bucktooth about 2 months ago on AZ when Bucktooth was woofing him hourly on there with his Keno Board and he came through on his promise. The mans got balls and plenty of gamble in him. I too hope that it can be found on video. That little clip will be played by gamblers for eternity. Also those words "**ckingflip for it" will be used in every poolroom, bar, and cardroom for ever. It will be as famous as "It's a nightmare". Way to go Eric. Johnnyt

penguin
01-10-2008, 04:56 AM
Since there doesn't seem to be any room left on Fatboy's nuts, I'll be the odd man out and say it...

Any wealthy man can pull out a coin and say "Let's flip for it all". It's definately a good way for a rich guy to weasel out of a pool game. Anyone who's been around has seen it happen plenty of times.

What I'd like to see is Bucktooth and Fatboy get it done on the pool table.

We've been hearing all the woofing on here for months and months. And we all know that Bucktooth is old/blind and Fatboy has back problems. (In other words, neither one is in tip-top physical shape.)

So why not just make a FAIR game?

Then we can find out if either one can play a lick, and who'll dog it for the cash! And let TheActionReport get involved as well, so all of us can get a copy on DVD. :D

Drew
01-10-2008, 05:07 AM
So why not just make a FAIR game?


HAHAHAHA!!! You're joking right?

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 05:15 AM
Since there doesn't seem to be any room left on Fatboy's nuts, I'll be the odd man out and say it...

Any wealthy man can pull out a coin and say "Let's flip for it all". It's definately a good way for a rich guy to weasel out of a pool game. Anyone who's been around has seen it happen plenty of times.

What I'd like to see is Bucktooth and Fatboy get it done on the pool table.

We've been hearing all the woofing on here for months and months. And we all know that Bucktooth is old/blind and Fatboy has back problems. (In other words, neither one is in tip-top physical shape.)

So why not just make a FAIR game?

Then we can find out if either one can play a lick, and who'll dog it for the cash! And let TheActionReport get involved as well, so all of us can get a copy on DVD. :D
They were going to play a few months ago BUT Bucktooth wanted to change the game from pool to a Keno board (his board). Johnnyt

Icon of Sin
01-10-2008, 05:36 AM
Funny stuff. Hope somebody has the stream. Would love to see it, kinda bummed I missed it. I tuned in for a bit last night and saw Billy Incardona playing some 1 pocket, but didnt stay tuned in to long since I had company.

jay helfert
01-10-2008, 05:59 AM
In gambling, every situation is different. A few days ago Fatboy took the worst of it playing in a $3,000 Ring Game with some great pool players. He knew he had the worst of it, but he wanted to show everyone he had the balls to get in the box with champions. And he did.

Last night, he wanted to prove he was fearless when it came to gambling for huge stakes with a very high roller. He didn't really know if Bucktooth would accept his challenge or not. But he was fully prepared to flip a coin for 100K or more. It was no bluff on his part.

The man who posts on here as Fatboy is one of the most fearless high rollers alive today. He is the kind of guy who puts a little fear into the hearts of casino executives. He has the money and the heart to hurt them. Fatboy wouldn't hesitate to play a $100,000 hand of Blackjack if a casino would book his action. He's tried and been turned down cold.

Fatboy is a little like Andy Beal, the Texas billionaire who played a ten million dollar Hold'em game with the best poker players in Vegas. He lost but scared them in the process. There is no one in the pool world who can high roll Fatboy. Anyone who watched the Ten Ball Ring Game knows he is only a 'B' player at best. But would they like to play him one game of 9-Ball for $10,000. If so, they can probably get a game.

Marvel
01-10-2008, 06:05 AM
All I know is we saw the Tooth enter the action room, so I was like... Cornerman, go grab him. He went over and invited him into the booth, and we actually had a pretty good interview. Of course, I instigated... got it going, asked the Tooth where Fatboy was. He went on to say he was there and Fatboy wasn't, etc... and if Fatboy said he'd show up tomorrow then it would be the day after tomorrow, and then the day after that, etc.

Here's the deal, because I was sitting about a foot from the tooth holding the mic: Bucktooth had so much money on him, I was literally scared to death. He said all of his pockets were stuffed tight.... and they were. He looked like the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz... stuffed with $100 bills. He emptied his right pocket and there must've been 40 large. While he was talking, I looked at his other pockets and the man was sitting tough. I gotta admit, I was loving his barking and his knots the size of grapefruits.

While I asked Tooth a question, DerekDisco whispered in my ear: "Spidey... don't say anything, Fatboy is standing behind Bucktooth."

Before you know it, there was total mayhem...Eric (Fatboy) whipped out a bag of CASH. Honestly, I don't know how much he had, but he had ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL of Bucktooth's pockets covered and THEN some. Eric looked a little crazed, and without missing a beat told Bucktooth to flip for it. Bucktooth was rattled and said he didn't have that much money and then Eric said "Let's flip for whatever you have."

The next thing I know, Bucktooth was out the door. When Eric made Bucktooth leave (by now the entire action room at the DCC was staring at the "SCENE"), Eric says: "The whole room can flip for $10k if you want, step up, I'm here."

Everyone just stared at him. Nobody made a chirp. If the camera was on the crowd of 200 of the nation's biggest pool gamblers, it would appear as though they were watching a deer die. He shut up the entire action room. That's what I witnessed. People can say Fatboy wouldn't have REALLY flipped for it. Dude, it was in his eyes... and his money was posted.... all someone had to say was bet, and they didn't.

Fatboy for the Louie Roberts award. That's all I have to say.

-Spider


Heh, nice story! Hope to see it from YouTube soon.

Btw, do you remember what time it happened? Just curious, I was watching the stream until about 9pm or something..

Thunderball
01-10-2008, 06:27 AM
Folks I gotta say that was some straight up classic shyaat right there.

I'm not sure anybody who is not a member would find it as perfect as we do....BUT as an avid AZer for tha past few months and having to listen to all this TOOTH bs over and over and over this was SWEET tv.I dam near peed myself laughing.

I mean I was just happy to tune in and see the tooth sitting there and talking it up.Really I was just happy to put a face to the name.But it was also getting to hear him ham it up....with little rhymes about himself no less...that really made the interveiw interesting.

Fat Boy moved him off that bs in a hurry though.Legendary move I tell ya.Perfect.

Well done Fatboy!!

scottycoyote
01-10-2008, 06:46 AM
i have a new hero

ShootingArts
01-10-2008, 07:09 AM
Seems like forever that Bucktooth has been toting a huge roll and getting people into sucker bets trying to beat the odds chasing that roll. High rolling in general doesn't impress me but high rolling someone that deserved it as much as Bucktooth is hilarious!

Fatboy had an edge because he knew what he was coming with. Bucktooth was blindsided with a bigger roll and an offer of a fair gamble, neither one did he have the heart for at the moment. We'll see if the tooth has the guts to come back with a fair game for big money with everything scheduled in advance.

My bet, stick a fork in the tooth, he's done!

Hu



Folks I gotta say that was some straight up classic shyaat right there.

I'm not sure anybody who is not a member would find it as perfect as we do....BUT as an avid AZer for tha past few months and having to listen to all this TOOTH bs over and over and over this was SWEET tv.I dam near peed myself laughing.

I mean I was just happy to tune in and see the tooth sitting there and talking it up.Really I was just happy to put a face to the name.But it was also getting to hear him ham it up....with little rhymes about himself no less...that really made the interveiw interesting.

Fat Boy moved him off that bs in a hurry though.Legendary move I tell ya.Perfect.

Well done Fatboy!!

iba7467
01-10-2008, 07:48 AM
Well, Tooth said this was his last year and he was going into retirement. It looks like he retired a couple days early thanks to Fatboy.

Poke N Hope
01-10-2008, 08:04 AM
I saw this live last night and it was the funniest thing I have seen in a long time. Perfect timming by FatBoy, Bucktooth was talking so much crap about how he could call Bank of America and they would show up in a armored car, then Fatboy shows up and pulls that big brick:eek: :eek: out of his bag and ask Bucktooth if he wanted to flip for it. Never seen an old man run so fast:D :D

watchez
01-10-2008, 08:14 AM
In gambling, every situation is different. A few days ago Fatboy took the worst of it playing in a $3,000 Ring Game with some great pool players. He knew he had the worst of it, but he wanted to show everyone he had the balls to get in the box with champions. And he did.

Last night, he wanted to prove he was fearless when it came to gambling for huge stakes with a very high roller. He didn't really know if Bucktooth would accept his challenge or not. But he was fully prepared to flip a coin for 100K or more. It was no bluff on his part.

The man who posts on here as Fatboy is one of the most fearless high rollers alive today. He is the kind of guy who puts a little fear into the hearts of casino executives. He has the money and the heart to hurt them. Fatboy wouldn't hesitate to play a $100,000 hand of Blackjack if a casino would book his action. He's tried and been turned down cold.

Fatboy is a little like Andy Beal, the Texas billionaire who played a ten million dollar Hold'em game with the best poker players in Vegas. He lost but scared them in the process. There is no one in the pool world who can high roll Fatboy. Anyone who watched the Ten Ball Ring Game knows he is only a 'B' player at best. But would they like to play him one game of 9-Ball for $10,000. If so, they can probably get a game.

.....sounds like it would be a good matchup for Carl.

RunoutalloverU
01-10-2008, 08:20 AM
Where did fatboy get his money? .Com rich?

Catahula
01-10-2008, 08:22 AM
Could be the quickest sex change in history.
Bucktooth needs to change his name to "Doetooth".
Fatboy owns the Tooth's balls and will have them mounted on the wall in his den.

Tim-n-NM
01-10-2008, 08:31 AM
Where did fatboy get his money? .Com rich?
please dont quote me on this but I think he is in the marketing business. I'm not sure if he does phone or mail and maybe both.

Tim

yobagua
01-10-2008, 08:45 AM
The final insult was when the cops came in and confiscated Tooth's Keno board. It seems that is illegal in LOuisville.

1pRoscoe
01-10-2008, 08:48 AM
There is no one in the pool world who can high roll Fatboy.
Jay, I know Fatboy is your friend and all, but yes - there are people (in the pool world) who can high roll him....

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 08:51 AM
The final insult was when the cops came in and confiscated Tooth's Keno board. It seems that is illegal in LOuisville.


That's a joke right ?????

If it isnt ..then ... DAMN MAN.... talk about a bad day

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 08:52 AM
Jay, I know Fatboy is your friend and all, but yes - there are people (in the pool world) who can high roll him....

And are B players? Johnnyt

1pRoscoe
01-10-2008, 08:55 AM
And are B players? Johnnyt
Most likely...... Hell, one of them posts here regularly....

hemicudas
01-10-2008, 08:58 AM
All I know is we saw the Tooth enter the action room, so I was like... Cornerman, go grab him. He went over and invited him into the booth, and we actually had a pretty good interview. Of course, I instigated... got it going, asked the Tooth where Fatboy was. He went on to say he was there and Fatboy wasn't, etc... and if Fatboy said he'd show up tomorrow then it would be the day after tomorrow, and then the day after that, etc.

Here's the deal, because I was sitting about a foot from the tooth holding the mic: Bucktooth had so much money on him, I was literally scared to death. He said all of his pockets were stuffed tight.... and they were. He looked like the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz... stuffed with $100 bills. He emptied his right pocket and there must've been 40 large. While he was talking, I looked at his other pockets and the man was sitting tough. I gotta admit, I was loving his barking and his knots the size of grapefruits.

While I asked Tooth a question, DerekDisco whispered in my ear: "Spidey... don't say anything, Fatboy is standing behind Bucktooth."

Before you know it, there was total mayhem...Eric (Fatboy) whipped out a bag of CASH. Honestly, I don't know how much he had, but he had ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL of Bucktooth's pockets covered and THEN some. Eric looked a little crazed, and without missing a beat told Bucktooth to flip for it. Bucktooth was rattled and said he didn't have that much money and then Eric said "Let's flip for whatever you have."

The next thing I know, Bucktooth was out the door. When Eric made Bucktooth leave (by now the entire action room at the DCC was staring at the "SCENE"), Eric says: "The whole room can flip for $10k if you want, step up, I'm here."

Everyone just stared at him. Nobody made a chirp. If the camera was on the crowd of 200 of the nation's biggest pool gamblers, it would appear as though they were watching a deer die. He shut up the entire action room. That's what I witnessed. People can say Fatboy wouldn't have REALLY flipped for it. Dude, it was in his eyes... and his money was posted.... all someone had to say was bet, and they didn't.

Fatboy for the Louie Roberts award. That's all I have to say.

-Spider

DUDE,,,,,,,,,,,,,you were as entertaining as the Tooth or Fatboy.

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 08:58 AM
Most likely...... Hell, one of them posts here regularly....

I don't believe he plays 9- ball...just 14.1. Johnnyt

Terry Erdman
01-10-2008, 09:01 AM
I thought Fat Boy was just trying to out woof Bucktooth and without the sound you can't tell really what is happening. I didn't realize that Fat Boy called the whole room out to flip. Jay hit the nail on the head again with his astute summation of the event. It was a play that couldn't have been scripted any better especially after the Tooth says that Fat Boy won't show and "I float like a butterfly" bs and then he crawls like a baby! Fat Boy got money and gamble and if he could ever get to the table with the mouth, his shit would have the Tooth shaking. Edge to Fat Boy. Game, match, set!

steveinflorida
01-10-2008, 09:04 AM
I saw it, and all I can say is, I'm impressed, and I ain't easily impressed.

Don't know Fatboy, but, he must have the kahonas of King F--king Kong.

beetle
01-10-2008, 09:05 AM
Jay, I know Fatboy is your friend and all, but yes - there are people (in the pool world) who can high roll him....

There may be a couple people on the board with more money, but to high roll someone, you've got to have the balls to put it on the line. Are you sure the person(s) you're talking about have the balls???

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 09:20 AM
There may be a couple people on the board with more money, but to high roll someone, you've got to have the balls to put it on the line. Are you sure the person(s) you're talking about have the balls???

I agree. It's one thing to have the money...it's another thing to be that kind of gambler. Johnnyt

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 09:32 AM
I agree. It's one thing to have the money...it's another thing to be that kind of gambler. Johnnyt


First off, I like Eric and am glad that her put the screw to the butt tooth....

but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

Fatboy got over on ol butt tooth... hopefully shut his trap for while... which was his plan , I think... misson accomplished.... nothing more nothing less

1pRoscoe
01-10-2008, 09:42 AM
First off, I like Eric and am glad that her put the screw to the butt tooth....

but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

Fatboy got over on ol butt tooth... hopefully shut his trap for while... which was his plan , I think... misson accomplished.... nothing more nothing less

that's kinda what I meant.... good post.

<-- happy the Tooth got shut up... :p

xianmacx
01-10-2008, 09:49 AM
First off, I like Eric and am glad that her put the screw to the butt tooth....

but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

Fatboy got over on ol butt tooth... hopefully shut his trap for while... which was his plan , I think... misson accomplished.... nothing more nothing less

I completely agree.

I am taking nothing away from Fatboy. He seems like a great guy with alot of heart. (showed it by playing the ring game).

Heres an example. If I have 50 thou in my pocket and offer to flip you a coin for a thousand. Thats not really "gamble". Now on the other hand if you have 1050 in your pocket and offer to flip for a grand, THATS gamble.

I think gamble is all relative to the risk involved. Me risking 2 percent of the money in my pocket means nothing. You risking 96 percent of what you have in your pocket, that shows TONS of gamble.

Fatboy showed tons of heart by getting in front of the world and putting his ego on the line in the ring game. Thats heart that no amount of money can buy.

Nice job shutting up tooth, Fatty.

SpiderWebComm
01-10-2008, 09:53 AM
DUDE,,,,,,,,,,,,,you were as entertaining as the Tooth or Fatboy.

Thanks $Bill...I was just caught up in the moment! Let's do it again tonight!

Maaaaybe that was a fluke. Tooth, if your reading this... you're welcome back at the booth anytime. Fatboy, you're welcome too.

:D

eaglesfan44
01-10-2008, 09:57 AM
Spiderwebcomm we gotta get those guys back in the booth tonight. That was phenominal last night and just hope and pray something like that happens again. That was sick!

alstl
01-10-2008, 10:01 AM
First off, I like Eric and am glad that her put the screw to the butt tooth....

but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

Fatboy got over on ol butt tooth... hopefully shut his trap for while... which was his plan , I think... misson accomplished.... nothing more nothing less

Same thing that happened between fatboy and bucktooth. Nothing.

SpiderWebComm
01-10-2008, 10:04 AM
Spiderwebcomm we gotta get those guys back in the booth tonight. That was phenominal last night and just hope and pray something like that happens again. That was sick!

The last time I was that pumped up in sports was when Tiger Woods made the immaculate flop in the Masters (you golfers know what I mean) to get himself into a play-off, and ultimately winning.

Some of you may think Fatboy doesn't have gamble because he has a lot of money. I can't disagree more. Regardless of what someone's worth, sending it in is sending it in. I bet if any of us held that BRICK, we'd duct tape it to our hand to make sure we didn't mouth-off stupidly.

Eric has the heart of a blue wale.

Flettir
01-10-2008, 10:06 AM
Someone has to put that on youtube with a link so the rest of us can really enjoy what happened.

kvinbrwr
01-10-2008, 10:10 AM
First off, I like Eric and am glad that her put the screw to the butt tooth....

but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

Fatboy got over on ol butt tooth... hopefully shut his trap for while... which was his plan , I think... misson accomplished.... nothing more nothing less

Sure there are folks with more money than FatBoy, but the issue here is gamble. FatBoy last night offered to coin flip a guy for 100K and he meant it, IMHO that certainly trumps hypotheticals about what richer men might do (I actually seriously doubt that Warren Buffet or Bill Gates would gamble 100K on a coin toss regardless of how much $$ they have). I've heard of guys woofing all sorts of things, but FatBoy had the cash and made the bet in front of the world, ready to go. That's a pretty impressive amount of gamble regardless of how much money anyone has. Sure guys with more dough could high-roll FatBoy, the question is would they have the gamble to try him on, which, until someone does, is only a question. There's no question remaining about FatBoy now is there?

Oh, and timing being everything, FatBoy certainly gets the timing award of the century. Instant legend.

Kevin

beetle
01-10-2008, 10:12 AM
Someone has to put that on youtube with a link so the rest of us can really enjoy what happened.


Sadly, it was live streaming. So unless someone just happened to have some screen capture video application running at that exact time, it is lost in the cosmos. Damn, I wish I at least had the foresight to take a few quick screen snapshots. This is what they'd look like:

1. Bucktooth showing his wad
2. Fatboy suddenly appearing from the right side of the camera behind Bucktooth.
3. Bucktooth still unaware as Fatboy sets his Louis Vuitton bag on table behind him and begins to open it.
4. Fatboy pulling out a gigantic brick as Bucktooth, now aware he's behind him, turns around.
5. The blur of Bucktooth exiting right.

VARick
01-10-2008, 10:16 AM
I was lucky enough to see the broadcast. I didn't know what Fatboy looked like, but when I saw this guy come up behind Tooth, with a mild look of disgust on his face, and set his bag down with a heavy THUNK, I knew something was about to happen. WOW! The coup de grace for TAR after great interviews with Mark Tadd and Bucktooth himself.

rayjay
01-10-2008, 10:18 AM
Good move, Fatboy. You da man.
:p

poolhustler
01-10-2008, 10:24 AM
Since there doesn't seem to be any room left on Fatboy's nuts, I'll be the odd man out and say it...

Any wealthy man can pull out a coin and say "Let's flip for it all". It's definately a good way for a rich guy to weasel out of a pool game. Anyone who's been around has seen it happen plenty of times.

What I'd like to see is Bucktooth and Fatboy get it done on the pool table.

We've been hearing all the woofing on here for months and months. And we all know that Bucktooth is old/blind and Fatboy has back problems. (In other words, neither one is in tip-top physical shape.)

So why not just make a FAIR game?

Then we can find out if either one can play a lick, and who'll dog it for the cash! And let TheActionReport get involved as well, so all of us can get a copy on DVD. :D

"Odd man out" ?? You will probably be the only one!! Do you realize that its not about pool??? Its about "GAMBLE", Eric has it and Bucktooth doesn't. Simple as that . Bucktooth won't play unless he has the nuts........and now we know that he doesn't.

Inbred, I mean Cornfed............What do you say now?????

Russ......

whitewolf
01-10-2008, 10:37 AM
Sure there are folks with more money than FatBoy, but the issue here is gamble. FatBoy last night offered to coin flip a guy for 100K and he meant it, IMHO that certainly trumps hypotheticals about what richer men might do (I actually seriously doubt that Warren Buffet or Bill Gates would gamble 100K on a coin toss regardless of how much $$ they have). I've heard of guys woofing all sorts of things, but FatBoy had the cash and made the bet in front of the world, ready to go. That's a pretty impressive amount of gamble regardless of how much money anyone has. Sure guys with more dough could high-roll FatBoy, the question is would they have the gamble to try him on, which, until someone does, is only a question. There's no question remaining about FatBoy now is there?

Oh, and timing being everything, FatBoy certainly gets the timing award of the century. Instant legend.

Kevin

Heh, I am probably going to be the only one on the forum who IS NOT IMPRESSED at all.

Let me preface what I am about to say with this: I don't know FatBoy, but I love reading his posts and he seems to be a great guy.

But being loaded with money and making that kind of bet is like a fire cracker going off - lots of noise but no power.

Now, if FatBoy had challenged the Tooth at least to a GD game of pool for $40k, then I would have been impressed more. FatBoy blew it. He could have had the Tooth really shaking in his boots - especially for a few hours. Instead the Tooth got a quick out. FatBoy did accomplish what he set out to do, but it could have been even better.

The real GD gambler around here is SVB. This guy is going to regenerate pool - taking it back to the Hustler Days. This is a guy who puts his hard earned money (as far as we know) on the line. We need to see more of this. Down side is - the taxing authorities are going to breaking down this forum as a gambling site :D

CrownCityCorey
01-10-2008, 10:38 AM
So Bucktooth is talking a whole bunch of trash as normal. He had about 40K on him and was woofing it up.

Bucktooth says nobodys got more 1 dollar bills than i got 100 dollar bills.

Fatboy walks up behind him, pulls out 100k from his Louis Vuitton bag and says "FCUKING flip for it"

Bucktooth runs off like a little girl. See ya next year BUCKTOOTH!!!

Only thing missing was Ashton Kutcher showing up

Man............I knew I shoulda went to DCC this year. Next year it's on!

beetle
01-10-2008, 10:45 AM
But being loaded with money and making that kind of bet is like a fire cracker going off - lots of noise but no power.



That little "fire cracker" sure generated a lot of power, because it blew Bucktooth right out of the Action Room. :D

SpiderWebComm
01-10-2008, 10:54 AM
Heh, I am probably going to be the only one on the forum who IS NOT IMPRESSED at all.

Let me preface what I am about to say with this: I don't know FatBoy, but I love reading his posts and he seems to be a great guy.

But being loaded with money and making that kind of bet is like a fire cracker going off - lots of noise but no power.

Now, if FatBoy had challenged the Tooth at least to a GD game of pool for $40k, then I would have been impressed more. FatBoy blew it. He could have had the Tooth really shaking in his boots - especially for a few hours. Instead the Tooth got a quick out. FatBoy did accomplish what he set out to do, but it could have been even better.

The real GD gambler around here is SVB. This guy is going to regenerate pool - taking it back to the Hustler Days. This is a guy who puts his hard earned money (as far as we know) on the line. We need to see more of this. Down side is - the taxing authorities are going to breaking down this forum as a gambling site :D

There's no show of gamble more than flipping a quarter. When two people match up, there's always one person who is gambling slightly more/less due to ability, conviction, resilience, etc. A coin flip is 50/50. I understand what you're saying.... but a flip is probably the truest gamble in the world.

Johnnyt
01-10-2008, 10:59 AM
Bucktooth didn't like the coin flip because as long as the coin is legit...nobody has the nuts. Johnnyt

!Smorgass Bored
01-10-2008, 11:01 AM
So why not just make a FAIR game?




This is pool, mister.
No jukebox.
No pinball.
No fair game.

Doug
( I'm talking Penguin and when I quit talking, it's your turn )

BRKNRUN
01-10-2008, 11:02 AM
There's no show of gamble more than flipping a quarter. When two people match up, there's always one person who is gambling slightly more/less due to ability, conviction, resilience, etc. A coin flip is 50/50. I understand what you're saying.... but a flip is probably the truest gamble in the world.


From what I have heard the heads side of a coin is "just slightly" heaver than the Tails side...so the % breaks down more like 49% Heads and 51% Tails........Thus the "Tails Never Fails" statement....;) :)

!Smorgass Bored
01-10-2008, 11:05 AM
Fatboy is a little like Andy Beal, the Texas billionaire who played a ten million dollar Hold'em game with the best poker players in Vegas. He lost but scared them in the process.



LOL...$10,000,000.
Yep, he scared them.
He scared them right into a higher tax bracket.

Doug
( I wish someone would scare me like that ) :)

!Smorgass Bored
01-10-2008, 11:22 AM
Here's a helpful link for Jay Helfert:
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=85164

Doug
( the first rule in woofing is..... there ain't no rules in woofing ) :)

beetle
01-10-2008, 11:28 AM
Here's a helpful link for Jay Helfert:
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=85164

Doug
( the first rule in woofing is..... there ain't no rules in woofing ) :)

The second rule in woofing is: Be careful what you ask for because you may get it!

DaveK
01-10-2008, 12:07 PM
The last time I was that pumped up in sports was when Tiger Woods made ....

So you consider coin-flipping a sport ?

Dave

DrJ
01-10-2008, 12:17 PM
..........

Koop
01-10-2008, 12:20 PM
Normally I'm not that impressed by money or the willingness to throw it away but that took MASSIVE balls.
Fatboy is NO joke.

Cuaba
01-10-2008, 12:21 PM
Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen

Bucktooth called Fatboy out. I read the Cornfed threads for months. He said Fatboy was dodging him because he didn't have enough gamble and wouldn't bet high enough. Fatboy punked him on both points (maybe the first time that's happened to him?)

The Buffet scenario would only apply if Fatboy had called Warren out. But I'm sure Eric is much smarter than that.

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 12:33 PM
Bucktooth called Fatboy out. I read the Cornfed threads for months. He said Fatboy was dodging him because he didn't have enough gamble and wouldn't bet high enough. Fatboy punked him on both points (maybe the first time that's happened to him?)

The Buffet scenario would only apply if Fatboy had called Warren out. But I'm sure Eric is much smarter than that.


Hold up a sec .. Fatboy high rolled and put the screw to butt tooth.. fo sure .. no doubt.. but hey we all that dude would fold if ever put on the spot..

the point I was making was that he was grandstanding.. .basking in his moment.. rightfully earned BTW.... ..

dude had a sack of a few hun G's.... nobody else in that room had anything close... so NOBODY was gonna bet ... that is what you call a LOCK my friend....

I am sure he will be along to tell his side soon enough..

I am willing to bet that the trip back to sin city was set up ...maybe not the only reason ..but once he heard butt head was there..he took advantage of the chance to shut his ass up by high tailing back to DCC with a bag of bills ......

DaveK
01-10-2008, 12:34 PM
Normally I'm not that impressed by money or the willingness to throw it away but that took MASSIVE balls.
Fatboy is NO joke.

I like Fatboy around here, no problem there .... but if the proposed wager was 0.001% of his net worth then he is risking very little. If the proposed wager was 85% of his net worth then he was risking a lot. Risking your financial future on a coin flip seems very foolish to me. Risking a very small portion of your net worth on a coin flip is done all the time.

Shutting up cornfed/bucktooth around here would be priceless though, and hopefully the fatboy has done just that.

Dave

DTL
01-10-2008, 12:36 PM
...........................

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 12:36 PM
as said in the TAR chat...

the size of ones heart is directly proportinal to the size of ones brains...

that and something about panda sneezes and chicken claws.. or somthing like that...

you get the point

smokeandapancak
01-10-2008, 12:37 PM
There was an unknown (to me) fella who played in the 10 ball ring game on day 2 of the DCC.....they were calling him "Fatboy". Is this the same guy?......maybe late 30's, dark hair, maybe 250 lbs at the most.


BINGO...........

DrJ
01-10-2008, 12:39 PM
..........

jay helfert
01-10-2008, 12:44 PM
Jay, I know Fatboy is your friend and all, but yes - there are people (in the pool world) who can high roll him....


Really? Like who?

Koop
01-10-2008, 12:45 PM
I like Fatboy around here, no problem there .... but if the proposed wager was 0.001% of his net worth then he is risking very little. If the proposed wager was 85% of his net worth then he was risking a lot. Risking your financial future on a coin flip seems very foolish to me. Risking a very small portion of your net worth on a coin flip is done all the time.

Shutting up cornfed/bucktooth around here would be priceless though, and hopefully the fatboy has done just that.

Dave

This is very true Dave. No arguments here.

Dead Money
01-10-2008, 12:57 PM
Really? Like who?


What about Prince Brunei? He plays a bit, though I don't know if he is one to bet it up or not.

jay helfert
01-10-2008, 12:59 PM
What about Prince Brunei? He plays a bit, though I don't know if he is one to bet it up or not.

He wouldn't bet two big dogs could whip a little one. :)

The Beginner
01-10-2008, 01:01 PM
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=76945&page=2&highlight=bucktooth >>>is this true?

punter
01-10-2008, 01:04 PM
They call him Action Jackson around here. Some casinos in Louisiana don't want his action at the crap table. Dude has some gamble. Plays a little gin too.

fanthom
01-10-2008, 01:13 PM
What about Prince Brunei? He plays a bit, though I don't know if he is one to bet it up or not.

Very unlikely. Gambling is against the teachings of the Qoran. ;)

TATE
01-10-2008, 02:27 PM
I hope the point here is not being missed. It doesn't matter how much money Fatboy has or anything like that. Bucktooth barked and barked and barked at him. Fatboy didn't get sucked into that. He knows he can't get a fair pool game from Bucktooth.

What matters is, when the time came, he called out Bucktooth. I think he had Bucktooth figured out. Why waste words? Just f***ing flip for it.

Chris

bigskyjake
01-10-2008, 02:31 PM
I hope the point here is not being missed. It doesn't matter how much money Fatboy has or anything like that. Buthtooth barked and barked and barked at him. Fatboy didn't get sucked into that. He knows he can't get a fair pool game from Bucktooth.

What matters is, when the time came, he called out Bucktooth. I think he had Bucktooth figured out. Why waste words? Just f***ing flip for it.

Chris


He pretty much told Bucktooth to eat the cat poop

iba7467
01-10-2008, 03:01 PM
http://forums.azbilliards.com/showthread.php?t=76945&page=2&highlight=bucktooth >>>is this true?

100%. My buddy went back this year not quite as stupid

DrJ
01-10-2008, 03:03 PM
..........

bagofpaper
01-10-2008, 03:15 PM
He pretty much told Bucktooth to eat the cat poop

LMAO you go Fatboy!! You rock.

The Beginner
01-10-2008, 03:17 PM
100%. My buddy went back this year not quite as stupid


So you mean Bucktooth can play then?

cuejoey
01-10-2008, 03:50 PM
All this stuff will make a good book ..maybe the next pool movie in a few years ! keep up the good posts guys ..:)

DawgAndy
01-10-2008, 04:37 PM
I didn't realize grown men flipped coins. What ever. Russian Roulette now that would be something.

penguin
01-10-2008, 05:03 PM
In gambling, every situation is different. A few days ago Fatboy took the worst of it playing in a $3,000 Ring Game with some great pool players. He knew he had the worst of it, but he wanted to show everyone he had the balls to get in the box with champions.
No disrespect Jay, but based on Fatboy's net worth that's like a normal person playing a champion some cheap sets for a few bucks. Most of us would have no problem playing a world beater, or several world beaters, cheap either. It's all relative.

Anyone who watched the Ten Ball Ring Game knows he is only a 'B' player at best. But would they like to play him one game of 9-Ball for $10,000. If so, they can probably get a game.If Fatboy is really interested in playing some $10k/game 9-ball, I am sure there are many, many players (A, B, pros, and otherwise) who will accomadate him. He can get spotted too. All he has to do is ask.


This is pool, mister.
No jukebox.
No pinball.
No fair game.If you want to get technical (read that as nitty if you'd like), no pool match is a perfect 50/50. But that's why we gamble, to find out.

We know that Fatboy won't play keno/rollerball and Bucktooth won't flip coins...

So how about Fatboy and Bucktooth make a game (pool, that is) that they both like and just get it on!


(I'm talking Penguin and when I quit talking, it's your turn)I realize that this is the internet, but why don't you go pull someone else's coat for a change.

<< thinks "Smorgass Bored" called the cops on Bucktooth's keno board :D

watchez
01-10-2008, 05:05 PM
He wouldn't bet two big dogs could whip a little one. :)
Jay -
What is the most that Fatboy has ever gambled for at one time
a) At Pool - What was the race, what was the game
b) At anything - Sports, Casino, etc.

I have seen our local man play races to 6 for $30K (multiple sets) and stake 6 ahead for $30K.

You say that Fatboy tried to bet $100K on one hand of blackjack & the casino declined. Jay, not that I ever doubt your word but which casino? I imagine that if he walked into the Wynn, Belagio, Venetian tomorrow he could get serviced.

To everyone else, money is still money. Whether your net worth is $10,000 or $10 million. Stores don't charge you more based on your net worth so the value of $10,000 is still $10,000. No, if Fatboy loses, he will wake up tomorrow and life goes on but I have no doubts that he understands the value of $10,000. I know a lot of wealthy people, and believe me, they all still know the value of $$$$. That is how they got wealthy in the first place. Now some rich people use their $$$ for entertainment when gambling but they still understand the value of the $$$ they are gambling.

I am not sure how much $$$ Fatboy has but I am sure he has plenty. Here, in STL, you can find Nelly at the casino playing $2-5 No Limit poker, max buy in $500 on any given week. He made $63 million last year. But you don't see him betting $500 on everyhand he plays. Using the analogy of others on here, you would think that $500 (which is .0000079 % of what he earned in just the year before) would mean nothing to him. But he, along with Fatboy & other wealthy people, have not forgotten the value of $$$$. Compare that $500 to the average American making $50,000 a year. That would be like them gambling .40 cents. Believe me, when gambling, things are thought of differently.

I told Nelly once that he ought to write a rap song about poker (kind of like the Black Eyed Peas did for the NBA with 'Lets Get it Started') & it would probably get played on ESPN or FSN during the poker telecasts. You want to
what his response was? There isn't enough $$$ in it for his time. He only does projects when he makes real $$$. But he sits there for hours playing $2-$5 no limit poker. Understand the difference? Until you do, don't comment on whether Fatboy showed heart or not. He showed tons.

Nine Ball
01-10-2008, 05:28 PM
I wouldn't mind playin fatboy some pool for some money.

Marvel
01-10-2008, 05:47 PM
To everyone else, money is still money. Whether your net worth is $10,000 or $10 million. Stores don't charge you more based on your net worth so the value of $10,000 is still $10,000. No, if Fatboy loses, he will wake up tomorrow and life goes on but I have no doubts that he understands the value of $10,000. I know a lot of wealthy people, and believe me, they all still know the value of $$$$. That is how they got wealthy in the first place. Now some rich people use their $$$ for entertainment when gambling but they still understand the value of the $$$ they are gambling.

I am not sure how much $$$ Fatboy has but I am sure he has plenty. Here, in STL, you can find Nelly at the casino playing $2-5 No Limit poker, max buy in $500 on any given week. He made $63 million last year. But you don't see him betting $500 on everyhand he plays. Using the analogy of others on here, you would think that $500 (which is .0000079 % of what he earned in just the year before) would mean nothing to him. But he, along with Fatboy & other wealthy people, have not forgotten the value of $$$$. Compare that $500 to the average American making $50,000 a year. That would be like them gambling .40 cents. Believe me, when gambling, things are thought of differently.
.


Not agreeing completely here.

Everyone knows what kind or woofing war they have had here, and it has lasted for months.

If you are a multi millionaire, it's much easier for you to risk 100 000$ to buy bragging rights and boost your ego - and win the woofing war at the same time.

Of course rich people know the value of money, that is obvious. They wont gamble against the odds - UNLESS THEY GAIN SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE IN RETURN.
Now, in here, nobody wasn't even gambling against the odds, but for sure Fat Boy gained something which was worth risking the money - as he seems to be a (multi) millionaire.
To do the same thing with All-In, last chips on the line, would be completely different act.

Not to take anything away from Fat Boy, he really did entertain us and deserves all the praise, but to gamble is VERY relative thing, and some are missing that point here.

We shouldn't have to be Einsteins to be able understand the difference.

JCIN
01-10-2008, 05:54 PM
Sadly, it didn't get recorded.
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

kvinbrwr
01-10-2008, 05:58 PM
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

OH OH OH that's so hot. Gimme Gimme Gimme. I want a replay!!!

Please

Kevin

SpiderWebComm
01-10-2008, 06:01 PM
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

Sometimes, when your gambling legacy is on the line, you're supposed to say "flip it." Now, Tooth with have to endear YouTube replays of his failure to flip it for the rest of his life.

Cornfed? Where's Cornfed? Did he leave the building too? The next time Corn posts, just embed the video of Tooth folding. It'll be like the new Rick Roll.

Dave

!Smorgass Bored
01-10-2008, 06:12 PM
Sometimes, when your gambling legacy is on the line, you're supposed to say "flip it." Now, Tooth with have to endear YouTube replays of his failure to flip it for the rest of his life.

Cornfed? Where's Cornfed? Did he leave the building too? The next time Corn posts, just embed the video of Tooth folding. It'll be like the new Rick Roll.

Dave


LOL....Rep for you.
Doug
( once it catches on, it will become the new slogan for Waffle House or Denny's...... "Jusy Flip It" ) :)

TX Poolnut
01-10-2008, 06:24 PM
JCIN, please put it on YouTube.:)

Franky
01-10-2008, 06:33 PM
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

Niiiiiiiiiice. With the proper intro, it could be a major hit on youtube and get our sport some interest.

beetle
01-10-2008, 06:35 PM
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

Wow. We are all lucky that was captured. That footage should go in a museum! The Billiard Archives! :eek:

ShootingArts
01-10-2008, 06:50 PM
We got it. Full DVD quality. Sometimes you get a roll.

That may just be the most valuable footage second by second that doesn't include a grassy knoll or a naked babe. There is a site much like U-Tube but it is pay per view. You set the rate, anywhere between twenty cents and fifty bucks. I'd say charge two to five bucks for that few seconds of tape and see where it goes.

Hu

rope_one
01-10-2008, 07:54 PM
Please, please, please post this video.

u12armresl
01-10-2008, 08:16 PM
100% agreed.

So what if you can say I'll flip a coin for 10k if you have 100k on you and a few million more somewhere else.

There are people every day who actually gamble, what you are talking about those two doing is far from gambling.

As far as the 100k a hand blackjack. Once again LOTS of people can do that. Wanna bet on how long he can play 100k a hand blackjack?

I completely agree.

I am taking nothing away from Fatboy. He seems like a great guy with alot of heart. (showed it by playing the ring game).

Heres an example. If I have 50 thou in my pocket and offer to flip you a coin for a thousand. Thats not really "gamble". Now on the other hand if you have 1050 in your pocket and offer to flip for a grand, THATS gamble.

I think gamble is all relative to the risk involved. Me risking 2 percent of the money in my pocket means nothing. You risking 96 percent of what you have in your pocket, that shows TONS of gamble.

Fatboy showed tons of heart by getting in front of the world and putting his ego on the line in the ring game. Thats heart that no amount of money can buy.

Nice job shutting up tooth, Fatty.

BillPorter
01-10-2008, 08:56 PM
the last time that Bucktooth made a substantial bet without believing that he had the best of it? How likely is Bucktooth to ever bet anything substantial on a coin flip?

Nine Ball
01-10-2008, 09:24 PM
Ok, I don't know either one of these guys. Who the hell is bucktooth? From what I have read bucktooth likes to run his mouth, correct? So fatboy shows up with more money than this bucktooth? and asks to flip a coin for it? So I have a few questions. I understand this fatboy has a lot of money. What if this fatboy didn't have a lot of money. Would he of been, how should i say it, big enough to step up then? And what if bucktooth would of said flip it.... Would fatboy have went through with it? I dunno, To me if this fatboy has so much money that he can flip a coin for $40k and wouldn't bother him if he lost I'm finding it hard to understand what the big deal is here? For example... If I have $1000 and a guy is running his mouth about gambling for $10, I call him on it, and he backs out. I really don't see that as something to feel big over. All in all I'm just asking what the big deal is here? Now if someone were running their mouth about gambling for an amount of money that would affect someone if they lost and they still stepped up, Willing to go through with it and not just bluffing, Then you done something to talk about I guess. Like I said. I'm not understanding what the big deal is here so I'm just asking.

Nine Ball
01-10-2008, 09:26 PM
I see a few others have posted basically what I'm saying...

Str8PoolPlayer
01-10-2008, 09:28 PM
Would have loved to have been there in person, but was laid up with Double Pneumonia for 10 days ... Anyway, Eric (FatBoy) ... we're all proud of you here on the West Coast, especially those of us who know Bucktooth and the way he shames the players around SacTown and The S.F. Bay Area ... Great Job and plan to hook up with you when I am back in Sin City ... All the Best, Howard

vagabond
01-10-2008, 09:34 PM
From what I have heard the heads side of a coin is "just slightly" heaver than the Tails side...so the % breaks down more like 49% Heads and 51% Tails........Thus the "Tails Never Fails" statement....;) :)

Coin flip is one of my specialties and I can get heads 70-75%
I can get tails 70-75%
I can get anything I want 70%-75%:cool:

TATE
01-10-2008, 10:27 PM
Ok, I don't know either one of these guys. Who the hell is bucktooth? From what I have read bucktooth likes to run his mouth, correct? So fatboy shows up with more money than this bucktooth? and asks to flip a coin for it? So I have a few questions. I understand this fatboy has a lot of money. What if this fatboy didn't have a lot of money. Would he of been, how should i say it, big enough to step up then? And what if bucktooth would of said flip it.... Would fatboy have went through with it? I dunno, To me if this fatboy has so much money that he can flip a coin for $40k and wouldn't bother him if he lost I'm finding it hard to understand what the big deal is here? For example... If I have $1000 and a guy is running his mouth about gambling for $10, I call him on it, and he backs out. I really don't see that as something to feel big over. All in all I'm just asking what the big deal is here? Now if someone were running their mouth about gambling for an amount of money that would affect someone if they lost and they still stepped up, Willing to go through with it and not just bluffing, Then you done something to talk about I guess. Like I said. I'm not understanding what the big deal is here so I'm just asking.

Josh,

Bucktooth is the legendary high roller (and was also a fine pool player) and pool hustler - if you ever read the book "Playing Off The Rail", Bucktooth is heavily featured. He's a legend and classic pool hustler. He bets it up, woofs and so forth, and plays when he has the nuts. He looks for big scores. He like to high roll people and woof, then he begs for weight. He's an older guy now, but my understanding is he can still play decent speed.

Fatboy was just posting here and Bucktooth started woofing it up with him relentlessly and obnoxiously trying to make a score. Fatboy is not a money pool player and he doesn't pretend to be.

Just look up Cornfed's posts here and you will see for yourself his irritating, arrogant, self-promoting dribble.

The point is not if Fatboy is a gambler, or a big gambler, or a pool player.

The point is Fatboy beat Bucktooth at his own game and that's why we're lovin' it.

Chris

Scott Lee
01-10-2008, 11:05 PM
Tap, tap, tap Chris! Fatboy is in a VERY small, exclusive group...those that actually got over on Bucktooth!...probably can count them on one hand, in the past 30+ years!

Scott Lee
www.poolknowledge.com



The point is Fatboy beat Bucktooth at his own game and that's why we're lovin' it.

Chris

Nine Ball
01-10-2008, 11:48 PM
Josh,

Bucktooth is the legendary high roller (and was also a fine pool player) and pool hustler - if you ever read the book "Playing Off The Rail", Bucktooth is heavily featured. He's a legend and classic pool hustler. He bets it up, woofs and so forth, and plays when he has the nuts. He looks for big scores. He like to high roll people and woof, then he begs for weight. He's an older guy now, but my understanding is he can still play decent speed.

Fatboy was just posting here and Bucktooth started woofing it up with him relentlessly and obnoxiously trying to make a score. Fatboy is not a money pool player and he doesn't pretend to be.

Just look up Cornfed's posts here and you will see for yourself his irritating, arrogant, self-promoting dribble.

The point is not if Fatboy is a gambler, or a big gambler, or a pool player.

The point is Fatboy beat Bucktooth at his own game and that's why we're lovin' it.

Chris


Ok I got ya.. Now can someone please tell fatboy he should play me some pool. :D I could sure use a few thousand out of his few million. He wouldn't even miss it. heh. :D

Franky
01-10-2008, 11:52 PM
Right. The issue isn't the percentage of Fatboy's cash he brought...the issue is he offered an endless woofer a perfectly fair gamble. Bucktooth turned down this dead even gamble and burned up the carpet with his backpedaling out of the room.

I still like both these characters...although I now recognize that one of them MUST have the nuts to throw down.

BreakersOne
01-11-2008, 12:03 AM
Fatboy,

Hats off to you for shutting up him the heck up, he had been setting there rambling on for what seemed like 2 months, that was one of the funniest things I had ever seen.

So if you are ever going through Knoxville, TN, stop in Breakers Sports Bar and Grill and drinks are on me. Thanks, Wes

ironman
01-11-2008, 12:35 AM
He wouldn't bet two big dogs could whip a little one. :)


Igotta back Jay on this one. What Fatboy did is a classic and I have a new hero. Bucktooth has been running his mouth for years and years and has darn near ruined many events with his BS act. He had this one coming for a long time.

When I heard about this in the pool room this afternoon. I near pd my pants laughing and then I got worried. The DCC is great don't get me wrong, but waving around $100 grand, well, not just anyone can get away with that. I'm so glad he wasn't ahrmed ro anything.

Sure, there are some capable HIgh rolling Fatboym but what is the point. There is always somebody richer, or bigger, or faster. That's life! But, what Fatboy done takes nuggets the size of Grapefruits.

But don't lose sight of the great thing, He shit that bag of wind up.

Fatboy, you are my new HERO. I want to be just like you, but, I"M A LITTLE SHORT!

jay helfert
01-11-2008, 03:15 AM
Josh,

Bucktooth is the legendary high roller (and was also a fine pool player) and pool hustler - if you ever read the book "Playing Off The Rail", Bucktooth is heavily featured. He's a legend and classic pool hustler. He bets it up, woofs and so forth, and plays when he has the nuts. He looks for big scores. He like to high roll people and woof, then he begs for weight. He's an older guy now, but my understanding is he can still play decent speed.

Fatboy was just posting here and Bucktooth started woofing it up with him relentlessly and obnoxiously trying to make a score. Fatboy is not a money pool player and he doesn't pretend to be.

Just look up Cornfed's posts here and you will see for yourself his irritating, arrogant, self-promoting dribble.

The point is not if Fatboy is a gambler, or a big gambler, or a pool player.

The point is Fatboy beat Bucktooth at his own game and that's why we're lovin' it.

Chris


chris,

this is fatboy on jays computer,

I will bet high on anything at anytime if I like it, if I dont I wont. I live in Vegas for about 20 years so nothing will shock me and have beei in action with friends that make Archie or bobby baldwin look like bubble gummers, the $$$ in the big action wasnt mine but I was in the mix, I cant keep up with those guys I cant lose 5 million in 30 minutes.(you wouldnt believe the comps you get betting like that) but i'll flip a coin or play pool for 10 dimes anytime...

cheers

fatboy.

thanks to everyone here I have met.

smokeandapancak
01-11-2008, 03:37 AM
chris,

this is fatboy on jays computer,

I will bet high on anything at anytime if I like it, if I dont I wont. I live in Vegas for about 20 years so nothing will shock me and have beei in action with friends that make Archie or bobby baldwin look like bubble gummers, the $$$ in the big action wasnt mine but I was in the mix, I cant keep up with those guys I cant lose 5 million in 30 minutes.(you wouldnt believe the comps you get betting like that) but i'll flip a coin or play pool for 10 dimes anytime...
cheers

fatboy.

thanks to everyone here I have met.

Next time you come to Munich you can get a game maybe not 10K but we can play a lil bit

BillPorter
01-11-2008, 04:11 AM
chris,

this is fatboy on jays computer,

I will bet high on anything at anytime if I like it, if I dont I wont. I live in Vegas for about 20 years so nothing will shock me and have beei in action with friends that make Archie or bobby baldwin look like bubble gummers, the $$$ in the big action wasnt mine but I was in the mix, I cant keep up with those guys I cant lose 5 million in 30 minutes.(you wouldnt believe the comps you get betting like that) but i'll flip a coin or play pool for 10 dimes anytime...

cheers

fatboy.

thanks to everyone here I have met.
Eric, tried to PM you about meeting this evening but your box is full.

yobagua
01-11-2008, 04:32 AM
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poolhustler
01-11-2008, 03:56 PM
Igotta back Jay on this one. What Fatboy did is a classic and I have a new hero. Bucktooth has been running his mouth for years and years and has darn near ruined many events with his BS act. He had this one coming for a long time.

When I heard about this in the pool room this afternoon. I near pd my pants laughing and then I got worried. The DCC is great don't get me wrong, but waving around $100 grand, well, not just anyone can get away with that. I'm so glad he wasn't ahrmed ro anything.

Sure, there are some capable HIgh rolling Fatboym but what is the point. There is always somebody richer, or bigger, or faster. That's life! But, what Fatboy done takes nuggets the size of Grapefruits.

But don't lose sight of the great thing, He shit that bag of wind up.

Fatboy, you are my new HERO. I want to be just like you, but, I"M A LITTLE SHORT!

You are well on your way!! You punctuation and grammar has a close resemblance to Fatboy's!!!!!!!

:D

Russ.......

chilli66
01-11-2008, 07:19 PM
I'm so mad I missed seeing that. I do hope it gets shown somewhere soon.

Fair play to Fatboy, he bided his time & shut the Tooth up in style! Well done, sir!:D

p.s. I wouldn't have taken the bet either. I can't win a coin flip to save my life at the moment!!

JG-in-KY
01-11-2008, 07:27 PM
chris,

this is fatboy on jays computer,

I will bet high on anything at anytime if I like it, if I dont I wont. I live in Vegas for about 20 years so nothing will shock me and have beei in action with friends that make Archie or bobby baldwin look like bubble gummers, the $$$ in the big action wasnt mine but I was in the mix, I cant keep up with those guys I cant lose 5 million in 30 minutes.(you wouldnt believe the comps you get betting like that) but i'll flip a coin or play pool for 10 dimes anytime...

cheers

fatboy.

thanks to everyone here I have met.
I left the Derby on Wednesday so I missed your action with the Tooth. Hard for me to believe anyone ever made Archie look like a "bubble gummer". Don't think anyone bet as high and for as long as Archie did in Vegas. He won between $30 and $40 million in one stretch of several years and rolled the dice for $2 million on one roll at the Horseshoe! Anyway whether you are well off or not you showed the courage to get up and play in the ring game.

thebigdog
01-11-2008, 08:54 PM
I left the Derby on Wednesday so I missed your action with the Tooth. Hard for me to believe anyone ever made Archie look like a "bubble gummer". Don't think anyone bet as high and for as long as Archie did in Vegas. He won between $30 and $40 million in one stretch of several years and rolled the dice for $2 million on one roll at the Horseshoe! Anyway whether you are well off or not you showed the courage to get up and play in the ring game.

I remember when Archie was on his run, the news in Los Angeles even broke programing one time to show him live playing craps at Binion's. He had every either $5K or $10K chip the Horshoe had, cant remember which it was, in his possesion.

AZE
01-12-2008, 09:37 PM
Props to Fatboy....

Anyone who's saying he was just out-bankrolling BT then you really need to stop day dreaming. The man said he'd flip a coin with anyone in the room, for whatever they wanted to flip for, he didn't say "you have to bet X amount". I'm actually amazed that no one stepped up - that's disappointing.
If you say that isn't gamble then you don't have gamble, and you should really just keep your mouth closed on this subject.


Fatboy, I'm still waiting on that visit. I was going to buy you dinner when you came down here but now that it's been so long, and I hear these stories about 100k getting pulled out for a coin-flip, I think I'm going to have to ask that you pay your half..... and the tip....

dabarbr
01-12-2008, 09:43 PM
I remember when Archie was on his run, the news in Los Angeles even broke programing one time to show him live playing craps at Binion's. He had every either $5K or $10K chip the Horshoe had, cant remember which it was, in his possesion.
Archie told me he had all the $5000 chips in their safe and then asked him to cash them in.

Scott Lee
01-12-2008, 09:52 PM
Josh...Need some $$$? GET A JOB!!!:eek: :rolleyes:

Scott Lee
www.poolknowledge.com

Ok I got ya.. Now can someone please tell fatboy he should play me some pool. :D I could sure use a few thousand out of his few million. He wouldn't even miss it. heh. :D

shakes
01-13-2008, 12:18 AM
Josh,

Bucktooth is the legendary high roller (and was also a fine pool player) and pool hustler - if you ever read the book "Playing Off The Rail", Bucktooth is heavily featured. He's a legend and classic pool hustler. He bets it up, woofs and so forth, and plays when he has the nuts. He looks for big scores. He like to high roll people and woof, then he begs for weight. He's an older guy now, but my understanding is he can still play decent speed.

Fatboy was just posting here and Bucktooth started woofing it up with him relentlessly and obnoxiously trying to make a score. Fatboy is not a money pool player and he doesn't pretend to be.

Just look up Cornfed's posts here and you will see for yourself his irritating, arrogant, self-promoting dribble.

The point is not if Fatboy is a gambler, or a big gambler, or a pool player.

The point is Fatboy beat Bucktooth at his own game and that's why we're lovin' it.

Chris

Chris, I agree with 95% of what you have to say, but I think the argument regarding how much money he has is everyone saying how much "heart" Fatboy has.

I respect what Fatboy did, especially as you pointed out Cornfed has been following Fatboy around woofing relentlessly in his posts. However, when you are only betting a pennies of your net worth, I just don't consider that heart. Of course I have been spoiled as I'm from the same neck of the woods as Little John, and that kid has balls the size of boulders.

And pancake alluded to "the size of ones heart is directly proportinal to the size of ones brains", I think that is actually inversely proportional in that the bigger ones heart, the smaller their brains. It's crazy to risk your house payment, or car payment, or your last $1000 in the world on a game of pool. Or even $1000 that you don't even friggin' have. I don't what it says about our society that so many (including myself) seem to respect and love that so much.

I see heart as being willing to risk things that are going to hurt, not something that you won't miss.

Again, I think that Fatboy was awesome and I wish that I could have watched it. Just don't confuse beating a big mouth out at his own game with heart.

manwon
01-13-2008, 02:15 AM
Well since it has been proven that Bucktooth HAS NO BALLS!!!!!!!! I think whenever he is refered to in the future, he should be called Doetooth, it is much more fitting!!!!!:D

Terry Erdman
01-13-2008, 07:41 AM
Manwon that is the ugliest dog I've seen in a long time. He looks very old and blind and more like a bat. If he is yours you just have to love him. Just like your kids, "love them even if they are ugly."

manwon
01-13-2008, 11:53 AM
Manwon that is the ugliest dog I've seen in a long time. He looks very old and blind and more like a bat. If he is yours you just have to love him. Just like your kids, "love them even if they are ugly."

Terry he has been dead for a couple of year's, however, I think he is holding up pretty well, and he is much easier to take care this way!!!!;)

HollyWood
01-13-2008, 12:17 PM
I'm confused- whats all the fatboy fuss, In more than 1 wk watching every thing that was going on. Fatboy did nothing. But look like he had a stick stuck sideways. The ring game was a joke-quite short of good players. I saw him chumming with Johnny Archer. Johnny tired to get a game of doubles with Scooter and the boys. I actually tired talking to Eric at cornerstone- he was talking softly with another- ( I have formed an attitude in person-keep typing fatboy, you lack all comunication skills required to be part of the human race. Jay was at least talkitive, involved with all aspects of the show. I did wish to kid jay a little and say stand up when talking to me. He is about 4 ft but types much taller. He should give fatboy (eric) some lessons. Jay (aka chrome dome) definitly didn't have me killed or have my thunbs broken(who are you, who are you). I thank Mark Tad, Cory,John, Gab, and guido ,cornerstones(jimmyrack), mike at omega, and many others for hospitality(southern). See ya at the derby in the fairgrounds next yr. See the rest at hopkins show. mark

our_auctionguy
01-13-2008, 12:19 PM
Well since it has been proven that Bucktooth HAS NO BALLS!!!!!!!! I think whenever he is refered to in the future, he should be called Doetooth, it is much more fitting!!!!!:D

He could be called BustedTooth

DrJ
01-13-2008, 12:24 PM
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smokeandapancak
01-13-2008, 12:43 PM
I'm confused- whats all the fatboy fuss, In more than 1 wk watching every thing that was going on. Fatboy did nothing. But look like he had a stick stuck sideways. The ring game was a joke-quite short of good players. I saw him chumming with Johnny Archer. Johnny tired to get a game of doubles with Scooter and the boys. I actually tired talking to Eric at cornerstone- he was talking softly with another- ( I have formed an attitude in person-keep typing fatboy, you lack all comunication skills required to be part of the human race. Jay was at least talkitive, involved with all aspects of the show. I did wish to kid jay a little and say stand up when talking to me. He is about 4 ft but types much taller. He should give fatboy (eric) some lessons. Jay (aka chrome dome) definitly didn't have me killed or have my thunbs broken(who are you, who are you). I thank Mark Tad, Cory,John, Gab, and guido ,cornerstones(jimmyrack), mike at omega, and many others for hospitality(southern). See ya at the derby in the fairgrounds next yr. See the rest at hopkins show. mark


You're killing me Smalls,...... killing me.

Jimmy M.
01-13-2008, 01:00 PM
Any wealthy man can pull out a coin and say "Let's flip for it all".

Anyone can, but how many will? There were two guys in there with the money, and only one was willing to bet it.

You think the Tooth would have been willing to make a game that would be as fair as flipping a coin? Not hardly. Fatboy probably didn't want to give up 18-3 playing one-hole, or play some gaff rollerball game (which the cops came and shut down anyway), or something stupid like that, so flipping a coin was the best way to cut through all of Tooth's BS. You can see how well it went over.

Jimmy M.
01-13-2008, 01:15 PM
but come on ... droping more money than anybody in room has (even in the bank) and asking to flip a coin ..... nah that aint gamble.. that's a butt toothish high roll move.....doesnt mean he has more gamble .. just means he has more cash...


Imagine if Buffet was hanging out in the back there.. he walks up to Fatboy and says. I'll take your bet.. but raise to 30 billion.. one flip...

Whaddya think woulda happen :eek:

But that isn't what happened. Tooth said he didn't have that much money, so Fatboy said "bet whatever you have". It wasn't a highroll bluff. Bucktooth had a real opportunity to bet everything in his pocket.

And, seriously? If that happened, and Fatboy said, "I don't have 30 billion", and Buffet said, "then bet what you have", I think there would have been a coin toss.

I'm usually one of the first people on here to call BS when I see it, but you guys should give credit where credit is due. I don't have tens of thousands to bet, nor is there a way to prove what I am about to say, but if there was, I'd bet whatever I have that wasn't a bluff. Fatboy offered Bucktooth a chance to GAMBLE, which is what he's always saying no one will do with him, and Bucktooth ran like Forrest Gump!

ericdraven
01-13-2008, 02:45 PM
Manwon that is the ugliest dog I've seen in a long time. He looks very old and blind and more like a bat. If he is yours you just have to love him. Just like your kids, "love them even if they are ugly."



duded that dog in his avatar is not owned by him lol, that is the half ,chineses crested mutt that has won the worlds ugliest dog contest like 3 times in a row, and yeah that is real and still living. . i should get some rep for pointing out alittle info nobody knew :cool: :D

manwon
01-13-2008, 06:57 PM
duded that dog in his avatar is not owned by him lol, that is the half ,chineses crested mutt that has won the worlds ugliest dog contest like 3 times in a row, and yeah that is real and still living. . i should get some rep for pointing out alittle info nobody knew :cool: :D

No, you are right and wrong!!! When he was alive he was not owned by me, and yes he did win the Worlds Ugliest Dog Contest on a number of occasions. However, when he died, I purchased his remains and had him stuffed!!! Now he sits in my pool room collecting dust!!!!!!!!

Oh and by the way, he is the best pet ever, he dosent eat, Pee. or crap, he makes no noise, and only requires occasional dusting!!!!!;)

penguin
01-14-2008, 03:26 PM
Any wealthy man can pull out a coin and say "Let's flip for it all".Anyone can, but how many will? There were two guys in there with the money, and only one was willing to bet it.Jimmy, I respect your opinion, but here I have to disagree.

It sounds to me like all that money that Fatboy brought was to make sure there would be no bet.

You can say that Bucktooth has been guilty of doing the same thing, but at least he has a history of actually getting in the box. Sure he gets the nuts a lot, but he's also booked some good size losers in the last couple years as well.

And I'm still waiting for someone to tell me who Fatboy got into (serious $) action with at the DCC. I don't count the ring game as action either -- we're talking a legitimate matchup, not a donation.

In other words, just showing up to the DCC with $300k doesn't impress me... we all know the term "flash $".

If you want to give the guy a pat on the back for what he did, go right ahead. But people on here shouldn't talk as if he should get the Louie Roberts award for almost getting in action.

I have a lot more respect for a "regular Joe" (or Josh) who shows up with a couple dimes and is willing to send it all in.

cincyman
01-14-2008, 03:31 PM
Jimmy, I respect your opinion, but here I have to disagree.

It sounds to me like all that money that Fatboy brought was to make sure there would be no bet.

You can say that Bucktooth has been guilty of doing the same thing, but at least he has a history of actually getting in the box. Sure he gets the nuts a lot, but he's also booked some good size losers in the last couple years as well.

And I'm still waiting for someone to tell me who Fatboy got into (serious $) action with at the DCC. I don't count the ring game as action either -- we're talking a legitimate matchup, not a donation.

In other words, just showing up to the DCC with $300k doesn't impress me... we all know the term "flash $".

If you want to give the guy a pat on the back for what he did, go right ahead. But people on here shouldn't talk as if he should get the Louie Roberts award for almost getting in action.

I have a lot more respect for a "regular Joe" (or Josh) who shows up with a couple dimes and is willing to send it all in.
Rep to you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BVal
01-14-2008, 03:33 PM
Jimmy, I respect your opinion, but here I have to disagree.

It sounds to me like all that money that Fatboy brought was to make sure there would be no bet.

You can say that Bucktooth has been guilty of doing the same thing, but at least he has a history of actually getting in the box. Sure he gets the nuts a lot, but he's also booked some good size losers in the last couple years as well.

And I'm still waiting for someone to tell me who Fatboy got into (serious $) action with at the DCC. I don't count the ring game as action either -- we're talking a legitimate matchup, not a donation.

In other words, just showing up to the DCC with $300k doesn't impress me... we all know the term "flash $".

If you want to give the guy a pat on the back for what he did, go right ahead. But people on here shouldn't talk as if he should get the Louie Roberts award for almost getting in action.

I have a lot more respect for a "regular Joe" (or Josh) who shows up with a couple dimes and is willing to send it all in.
You have a skewed view of things. JMHO.

Good Luck,

BVal

Jimmy M.
01-14-2008, 05:55 PM
Jimmy, I respect your opinion, but here I have to disagree.

It sounds to me like all that money that Fatboy brought was to make sure there would be no bet.

Everyone disagrees from time to time, so no harm done there, but again, you left out the part that tells me this wasn't a bluff. Bucktooth said he didn't have that much money on him, so Fatboy said, "bet whatever you have". If it was a "highroll bluff" routine, he wouldn't have offered to lower the bet to whatever money Bucktooth had on him at the time.

Nine Ball
01-14-2008, 06:43 PM
Fatboy... Let's play some nine ball??? I'm not that great and I have no idea how you play. But you got money so it wouldn't hurt for you to play a little. In all honesty I have played 10 times in the last year. I'm sure you play more than that. So, What do you say fatboy? I will not ask again after this since I have asked twice before this with no reply.

Tommyd1
01-14-2008, 07:13 PM
I've never seen Fatboy. Would sure like to know what he looks like.

Just curious :confused:

Does anyone have a picture that they could post ?

Would be appreciated, Thanks....Tommyd1 :)

Nine Ball
01-14-2008, 09:38 PM
Fatboy... Let's play some nine ball??? I'm not that great and I have no idea how you play. But you got money so it wouldn't hurt for you to play a little. In all honesty I have played 10 times in the last year. I'm sure you play more than that. So, What do you say fatboy? I will not ask again after this since I have asked twice before this with no reply.



tap tap tap

Johnson
01-14-2008, 10:01 PM
I've never seen Fatboy. Would sure like to know what he looks like.

Just curious :confused:

Does anyone have a picture that they could post ?

Would be appreciated, Thanks....Tommyd1 :)


look in russ's picture thread and i'm sure theactionreport will have this out on dvd soon
________

JOEY
01-15-2008, 12:04 AM
one thing im learning in this thread is that the more money you put up, the more heart you have. i guess i have been misunderstood all my life. if fatboy pulled out $50 and told bucktooth to flip for it, would all you guys still be on here saying how much heart fatboy has?? personally, i think fatboy has more expendable cash, but not as much sense as bucktooth. now before all the fatboy fans get all hot and bothered, let me explain. you hear about ppl getting highrolled at pool, its even happened to me, and ppl complain about it, but when it happens with fatboy/tooth, it shows alot of heart??? i dont get it. also, who would rather bet on luck then skill? i like to flip quarters once in a while, but for small amounts. im not bashing fatboy, so please dont misunderstand my post, im just saying that i dont think that that move necessarily proved how much heart one has.
take care,
joey

Marvel
01-16-2008, 05:51 AM
tap tap tap


ehm, sir, are you tapping on your own post here?