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08-29-2019, 11:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Bob Jewett View Post
Tonight looking through some of Bob Byrne's files I ran across a flyer for a challenge match between Ginky and Efren in April 17, 2000 at Amsterdam. (Efren won two of three sets.) Attached was a note:
After this match ended, Efren played a 150-point straight pool game against Tony Robles. Efren broke; Tony ran 21; Efren ran 147; Tony ran a few and then Efren ran out. -- Ned Polsky
nice tidbit..thanks bob!


A billiard table is that richest of metaphors,
by turns a theatre, an altar, touchstone, gauntlet,
ritual ground, a gunfighter's high noon, a refuge,
a verdant landscape for balls to scatter and rest in meaningful synchronicity,
a classroom, a karma dance, mirror of moods, a guide and trusted friend...

-- from grissim's "billiards"
  
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