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John Schmidt 626 video and contact information - 11-07-2019, 08:29 AM

I received the below email from John Schmidt's team this morning:
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Hi Arnaldo,

John returns from the East Coast tourneys this week and we will be moving forward with new plans for his awesome 626 video. We will let our friends and followers know asap. Thank you for your support and love of the sport!

Team Schmidt

johnschmidt.billiards@gmail.com

Website: https://www.johnschmidt-billiards.com/
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-- Arnaldo (Greatly looking forward to seeing, studying and benefiting from the forthcoming video and his -- no doubt highly instructive and motivating rack-by-rack commentary. Can't wait!)


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11-07-2019, 08:37 AM

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11-07-2019, 09:49 AM

This is like the infamous aiming system book
  
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11-08-2019, 07:05 AM

In other news, important editing "tweaks" will be made this week to Raising The Hustler.
  
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11-08-2019, 07:10 AM

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I received the below email from John Schmidt's team this morning:
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Hi Arnaldo,

John returns from the East Coast tourneys this week and we will be moving forward with new plans for his awesome 626 video. We will let our friends and followers know asap. Thank you for your support and love of the sport!

Team Schmidt

johnschmidt.billiards@gmail.com

Website: https://www.johnschmidt-billiards.com/
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-- Arnaldo (Greatly looking forward to seeing, studying and benefiting from the forthcoming video and his -- no doubt highly instructive and motivating rack-by-rack commentary. Can't wait!)
Thanks for the update.

Jeff


I knew a fellow that thought he was a good boxer because he was in a position to befriend a lot of "professional boxers". It cost him azzwhippens till he realized he wasn't what he thought/wished he was.

Do you know anyone like the "wannabe" boxer in the pool world?
  
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11-08-2019, 08:21 AM

Lol lol
Couldnt give you a green fir that one before spreading it around more


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11-08-2019, 09:26 AM

First of all, I think John is a great champion. Absolute talent.

But, is anyone really all that interested in watching a guy run 600+ balls in a practice run? I'll take his word for it. I have no doubt he did it.

Seriously, I used to put on straight pool DVDs to help me go to sleep like ASMR. I've been lulled into a good night's sleep many times by the beautiful baritones of Billy Incardona and Grady Mathews.


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11-08-2019, 09:44 AM

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First of all, I think John is a great champion. Absolute talent.

But, is anyone really all that interested in watching a guy run 600+ balls in a practice run? I'll take his word for it. I have no doubt he did it.

Seriously, I used to put on straight pool DVDs to help me go to sleep like ASMR. I've been lulled into a good night's sleep many times by the beautiful baritones of Billy Incardona and Grady Mathews.
I'd like to watch it, but in 15 minute-a-day sessions 'til it's done. It's kinda the same with any game other than one pocket, assuming top level guys are playing.


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11-08-2019, 10:40 AM

In a co-promotion, it is coming out the same day that Pool Poker and Pain airs!
  
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11-08-2019, 11:08 AM

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First of all, I think John is a great champion. Absolute talent.

But, is anyone really all that interested in watching a guy run 600+ balls in a practice run? I'll take his word for it. I have no doubt he did it.

Seriously, I used to put on straight pool DVDs to help me go to sleep like ASMR. I've been lulled into a good night's sleep many times by the beautiful baritones of Billy Incardona and Grady Mathews.
I do love watching these types of runs as long as there’s commentary. A little smoke then a comfy chair/couch and you just sink into the run. I don’t know about 4+ hours straight but 2 sittings would work. It takes active watching though, not passive. You need to feel as if you’re in the run because that’s what makes the drama. I get sweaty hands and heart racing just as if I’m playing when someone gets in a tough spot
  
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11-08-2019, 11:18 AM

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I'll take his word for it. I have no doubt he did it.

Seriously, I used to put on straight pool DVDs to help me go to sleep like ASMR.
I believe John too.

I have a video of Chris Melling and Shane Van Boening playing in China with no commentary that I gave to a pool-playing friend who had insomnia. She swears it was the best sleep she'd gotten in years. I use it for the same reason.
  
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11-08-2019, 01:45 PM

Gee, I am forgetful in my old age. Do I remember this right ? One guy was 300+ nights on the road, sometimes driving hundred of miles between exhibitions, giving 2 of 3 exhibitions almost daily, then one day walked into a pool room to discover the 41/2 X 9 tables were not Brunswick and had to play on a 4 x8 he had never even seen before and in front of an audience he proceeded to run 526 balls.
Then umpteen years later, some guy who slept in his own bed the night before, on a table he had previously played on hundred if not 1,00's of hours before attempting to break that record in front of a few friends, and now I am supposed to recognize him as the new record holder... REALLY
Gee next thing I know he will be claiming he hold the records of 15 world championships, held in a bar in the basement of a house on Ritchie Highway. Probably 14 in a row, instead of Willie's just 13 World Championships in a row
  
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11-08-2019, 03:10 PM

Buzzo sorry but it seems john had the harder feat and the better feat. Higher number of balls on a bigger table you said it yourself. Let's see a video of the mosconi run. Lol.
  
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11-08-2019, 04:04 PM

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Buzzo sorry but it seems john had the harder feat and the better feat. Higher number of balls on a bigger table you said it yourself. Let's see a video of the mosconi run. Lol.
Won't argue, but I think if Willie set out to break his own record, slept in his own bed the night before, played on a familiar table, etc, the record might be 4 digits instead of 3. But different times, I agree. Sorta like saying modern quarterback better than Johnny Unitas or any modern running back better than Jim Brown,
leading NFL in 8 of the 9 years he played. ... REALLY

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