Yeah just like they did for they last several tears before the shut down, oh wait, they didn't. They used the Chinese Cyclops balls for several years. And they don't play the same as the Aramiths specially for banks and one-pocket where you twist a bank shot
When my nephew was a little kid he tried to flush a cue ball, it didn't work. It made to the trap curve and locked up, we tried everything after taking the fixture out in the yard and it wouldn't go up or down. Ended up replacing it.
I always enjoyed reading Deans unique way of selling things on here a lot of them sight unseen and I'm curious just how many people who actually bought something from him are upset or dissatisfied with the deal?
The Chattanooga Billiards Club opened in the fall of 1982 in downtown Chattanooga on the second floor of a building on a one-way street with no parking and are still going strong. https://www.cbceast.com/ This has a tour.
I've been to all but about three of the Derby events and there is no comparison between the Executive West events and the Horseshoe events. The Executive West was by far a better event but they chose not to have it after the sale so it doesn't matter what anyone thinks it had to move.