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House Rules for Home Table

Posted 05-17-2020 at 02:29 PM by zcrash
Updated 06-26-2020 at 12:02 PM by zcrash

I was down at my friend Bobby's house over Thanksgiving weekend a few years ago, shooting a bunch of pool in his outdoor man cave (that kind of thing actually works in San Diego), along with his kid and a friend of ours from school. At one point, I made a kiss shot, which I didn't call, and prepared to continue shooting, but Bobby said that was a foul. I protested (citing standard BCA/WPA rules), but he pointed to a framed document sitting on a shelf by the table, his House Rules, which did in...
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Teaching Kids to Really Get the Game

Posted 05-17-2020 at 01:21 AM by zcrash
Updated 06-26-2020 at 11:07 PM by zcrash

I believe that kids who grow up banging balls around the table and not knowing the rules of the game, generally grow up to be adults banging balls around the table and not knowing the rules of the game. To make sure that didn't happen with my stepkid, Chip, the following is how I taught him to play, starting at age 11. For each step, when he reached about 60-70% proficiency (or thereabouts), I explained the next step to him, and had him starting to think about it and layering it onto his game,...
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$$Price Reduced$$ CHEAP Andy Gilbert flame 4 pointer

Posted 05-11-2020 at 06:54 AM by Pwogg

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There's an option for editing your original post so that you wouldn't need two posts for the same cue.

GLWS,
Keith
Hi Keith. I tried to edit the title, but it wouldn’t let me. I was able to edit the body of the listing, but not the title. I also couldn’t see where to delete the original post either.
Admin I apologize for posting another listing for the same cue. Please delete if you can.
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*****Early JOSS*****

Posted 05-09-2020 at 03:14 PM by Snooker Theory

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Submitted for sale is an early model JOSS w/SS piloted joint and 5/16-18 pin (rare) in restored condition. The butt sleeve and points are ebony and the forearm is maple. According to the staff at Joss this cue is only one of a few that were built with stacked veneers in the butt sleeve. The butt and shafts roll straight. Selling at $2100.00 to include shipping (USA only) and Paypal fees...the cue is a bargain at this price.

JOSS cues are excellent players and this old school (early-mid
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Cues - it seems like more simple design is were it is at ?

Posted 05-09-2020 at 06:57 AM by Snooker Theory

[QUOTE=tusmadpark;6646052]I went very simple with nice figured woods for my next cue. Should be in my hands by end of the month. Made by Mike Stacey.




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Cues - it seems like more simple design is were it is at ?

Posted 05-08-2020 at 06:16 PM by Snooker Theory

[QUOTE=tusmadpark;6646052]I went very simple with nice figured woods for my next cue. Should be in my hands by end of the month. Made by Mike Stacey.




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