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06-11-2019, 12:09 AM

Im in...........


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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06-11-2019, 12:15 AM

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Does anyone want to help John Schmidt get 1,000 subscribers on his youtube channel which will in turn allow him to live stream his multiple straight pool high run attempts?
He has 697 subscribers right now. Once he gets to 1000, we will all be rewarded with many more of his straight pool runs. I've been lucky enough for years to have been receiving many of his runs from the Bill Maropulos sessions, but this will open up many more of his runs to many more students of the game.



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I'm in like Flynn at No. 784. Just subscribed. John will get 1,000 easy peasy soon and many more.


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06-11-2019, 12:16 AM

I'll put it on my FB page this morning. He'll reach 1,000 today.


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Cool Little by little. Or one at a time. - 06-11-2019, 02:57 AM

793 for me.

Wish a billiard related company would sponsor exibitions all over the world with John the shining star. Please book one near me.
  
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06-11-2019, 03:49 AM

Subscribed, but isn't it a bit late? Has he said he is going to go back and try and beat his 626? Has he said he is going to live stream anything? He hasn't uploaded much of what he has, so youtube doesn't seem to be that big a deal for him.
  
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06-11-2019, 05:46 AM

801 paging Mr Eight O One.
Mr. Eight O One paging One Mr. Eight O One

Paging Bob Dubalina Mr. Bob Dubalina



A bull without horns is still dangerous.

Law of logical arguement-Anything is possible when you dont know what you are talking about.

  
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I'm in, 824
  
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06-11-2019, 10:41 AM

Anyone notice John has taken a Mosconi-esque pool stance in these high runs as of late? He's more upright and looking down on the shot (like Willie had to shoot).also it minimizes fatigue of bending lower and extreme sighting in on every shot.

This appears to allow him to stay more relaxed and not aggravate his back while on mega high rack-runs.

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06-11-2019, 10:53 AM

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Anyone notice John has taken a Mosconi-esque pool stance in these high runs as of late? He's more upright and looking down on the shot (like Willie had to shoot).also it minimizes fatigue of bending lower and extreme sighting in on every shot.

This appears to allow him to stay more relaxed and not aggravate his back while on mega high rack-runs.

Just an observation.
Yea I was thinking the same thing. Perhaps the short ranged shots lend towards it.
  
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06-11-2019, 10:55 AM

Done. Glad to do my small part for the master.
  
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06-11-2019, 04:04 PM

I for one cannot believe there aren't 100,000 people signed on to this already.
hell, az billiards has thousands of members, the U.S.A. has millions of at least recreational players, The world, who knows.

A while back I asked a couple people if the number 626 had any meaning to them and they both came back with the same blank stare. After I explained it to them their eyes opened up a little, and they wanted to know more. John Who? WHAT?? etc...

The story needs to get out, until it does, and the people get interested, He's lucky to get the 1000 subscribers.

And that would suck.

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06-11-2019, 05:36 PM

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Anyone notice John has taken a Mosconi-esque pool stance in these high runs as of late? He's more upright and looking down on the shot (like Willie had to shoot).also it minimizes fatigue of bending lower and extreme sighting in on every shot.

This appears to allow him to stay more relaxed and not aggravate his back while on mega high rack-runs.

Just an observation.
He has done that in the past but, it was always after he had ben playing for a long time.

So, your assumptions are spot on. Long, up table shots, he will get much closer to cue. As long as he is in the pack (half table play), he is much more upright, especially deeper into the run.

Most anyone over 30s ish will start to have aches and pains after standing and/or walking for hour and hours on end with almost no break at all.

Not to mention, all the bending over to pick up a piece of chalk after being dropped (im guilty of that a lot), picking at the felt....for us OCD people etc...etc. Add that to all the energy spent during getting into and out of stances, well, that's a days work.....a hard days work.

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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.

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06-12-2019, 10:08 AM

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He has done that in the past but, it was always after he had ben playing for a long time.

So, your assumptions are spot on. Long, up table shots, he will get much closer to cue. As long as he is in the pack (half table play), he is much more upright, especially deeper into the run.

Most anyone over 30s ish will start to have aches and pains after standing and/or walking for hour and hours on end with almost no break at all.

Not to mention, all the bending over to pick up a piece of chalk after being dropped (im guilty of that a lot), picking at the felt....for us OCD people etc...etc. Add that to all the energy spent during getting into and out of stances, well, that's a days work.....a hard days work.

Jeff
So would this but something a rotation player would consciously have to work on in order to try to go after 626? It appears for long haul 14.1...Where the superior rotation players would have to make some concessions to their fundamentals in order to prolong the concentration and energy needed to sustain a 40+ rack haul.
I noticed Dennis O was still in his usual playing style while practicing 14.1 recently.
Kind of like marathon runners compared to sprinters....You have to be well versed on pace, breathing patterns, etc in order to be top in the field, but switch them over night and they aren't built, trained, or mentally conditioned to take on the opposite event.

When John said in his post 626 interview that he wants to work on his rotation game to get it back up to where he could compete, that let me know, there are two different works here, and I'm thinking, any top level pro that wants to go after 626 but not make a concession on their rotation game through a constant commitment to 14.1 just won't get there.
  
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