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08-06-2018, 08:04 AM

Geno - I've followed you and admired you for years. I expect a perfect surgery and easy rehab. My dad had heart surgery in the days when 4-way bypasses were just getting perfected, and he was like a new man after.

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08-06-2018, 05:34 PM

Hey Geno. My wife had mitral valve surgery 2 years ago at the age of 54. They were able to repair the valve instead of replacing which was great. No doubt a serious surgery - the hardest part of healing is the sternum.

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08-06-2018, 06:43 PM

Well Gene, are you out of rehab. Let's hear an update from you.

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I finally found out why I have no energy. My mitro valve is totally shot. The aortic valve is leaking pretty good and so is one of the other ones. I'm scheduled at Fairview Southdale hospital here in Edina, Mn with a great surgeon.

I will be getting a call from Mayo, Rochester Tuesday or Wed to see if I can get the robotic surgery done. If so I will probably wait until I can get into Mayo but I don't know if I can wait another month and a half. Might just need to go with the 17th anyway.

It finally got so bad that I just almost can't do anything. I've had this mitro valve thing going on even back in the 90's and that's why I quit playing pool in 1999. I just couldn't play at the level I could anymore and it was a stamina thing for sure.

The mitro valve is a one way valve that allows the blood thru from one heart chamber to the other but then is supposed to close. Mine doesn't close. The surgeon called it tattered. So when the other chamber pumps to send the blood into the body much of it just goes back into the chamber that it came from. Bot good.


What this causes is a lot of tired. Just plum wore out. Exhausted. Hard to play pool like that.


I'll be 5 to 7 days in the hospital and then for about 2 weeks be in a rehab place. Then I can go home but with many restrictions. 8 weeks to heal pretty good and 12 weeks for a full recovery so they say.


I will be playing again as soon as my energy comes back. And I will be teaching also doing many free Perfect Aim seminars in the Minneapolis area and then spread out across the country.


Anyway I will be back. Just wanted to let everyone know why I kind of disappeared.

Believe me when I say this is the calm before the storm.


As soon as I'm healthy I will be teaching up a storm all over the place. Everyone needs to know this Perfect aim that ever picks up a cue stick. I know that beyond a shadow of a doubt and so do all the people I've taught it to.


See you all in a few months or so.


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August 17th is my surgery date.... - 08-07-2018, 12:54 AM

I'm waiting to here from Mayo. Rochester , Mn. They do the robotic surgery. It took about 5 weeks for Regions hospital to get all the records to Mayo so the surgeons could study them and see if I am a candidate for robotic surgery. With this they just go in through holes between the ribs and do everything with what looks like needle nose pliers. The healing time is greater because they don't crack the sternum wide open.

I went to Fairview Hospital thinking they also had the robotic surgery but found out after talking to the surgeon that they just do a less invasive surgery where they spread the ribs on the left side and do the surgery with their hands. I go in for a catscan to see if they can even do that. Something about being able to go up through the groin.

I should get a call from Mayo tomorrow or wed. and hear what the surgeon has to say there. If they would be able to do the robotic surgery I would be a fool to do the other. With the robotic the stay in the hospital is only 2 or 3 days versus 5 to 7 with the other.
With robotic I can go home and start healing there versus the other I'd be 2 weeks in a rehab center and then go home and be pretty rough for another 2 weeks with total healing about 12 weeks.

Bottom line is with the robotic surgery my body won't get so wrecked and I can get back to playing and teaching again real soon within a month or 2.

Can't wait to get something done though. Mayo is booked out until the end of September. I hate to wait that long but on the other hand I'd still be in pretty bad shape at the end of September doing it the other way.

Tough decision with the time factor.

I might even do some free Perfect Aim lessons over the phone while I'm healing like I did back in around 2011 when the motorhome fell on me. That was so much fun and I helped a lot of players. Over 900 to be exact.

Thanks everyone for all the kind words and prayers.


I never thought for a million years that I would be doing this but here we go. Another chapter and adventure in life. Looking for a smooth ride.


Oh, and by the way. It sure will be nice to play getting 100% of the blood my body needs to function properly. I will actually be able to practice again. Look out. Here we come. I might even seek out a sponsor or 2 and try my hand at playing in some pro events again.
  
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08-07-2018, 05:21 AM

Thanks for the update Gene.

Here's hoping you get the robotic surgery. Stay in touch.

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I'm waiting to here from Mayo. Rochester , Mn. They do the robotic surgery. It took about 5 weeks for Regions hospital to get all the records to Mayo so the surgeons could study them and see if I am a candidate for robotic surgery. With this they just go in through holes between the ribs and do everything with what looks like needle nose pliers. The healing time is greater because they don't crack the sternum wide open.

I went to Fairview Hospital thinking they also had the robotic surgery but found out after talking to the surgeon that they just do a less invasive surgery where they spread the ribs on the left side and do the surgery with their hands. I go in for a catscan to see if they can even do that. Something about being able to go up through the groin.

I should get a call from Mayo tomorrow or wed. and hear what the surgeon has to say there. If they would be able to do the robotic surgery I would be a fool to do the other. With the robotic the stay in the hospital is only 2 or 3 days versus 5 to 7 with the other.
With robotic I can go home and start healing there versus the other I'd be 2 weeks in a rehab center and then go home and be pretty rough for another 2 weeks with total healing about 12 weeks.

Bottom line is with the robotic surgery my body won't get so wrecked and I can get back to playing and teaching again real soon within a month or 2.

Can't wait to get something done though. Mayo is booked out until the end of September. I hate to wait that long but on the other hand I'd still be in pretty bad shape at the end of September doing it the other way.

Tough decision with the time factor.

I might even do some free Perfect Aim lessons over the phone while I'm healing like I did back in around 2011 when the motorhome fell on me. That was so much fun and I helped a lot of players. Over 900 to be exact.

Thanks everyone for all the kind words and prayers.


I never thought for a million years that I would be doing this but here we go. Another chapter and adventure in life. Looking for a smooth ride.


Oh, and by the way. It sure will be nice to play getting 100% of the blood my body needs to function properly. I will actually be able to practice again. Look out. Here we come. I might even seek out a sponsor or 2 and try my hand at playing in some pro events again.


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08-09-2018, 08:07 PM

You know Joey, I've had this going on for a long time. It went from kind of a problem in the 1990's to a big problem in around 2000. I quit playing pool because I couldn't win. Didn't have enough energy to play at the level I knew I could. When I started playing again in 2008 I was still real low energy but I had kind of gotten used to it. The last 4 years with all the surgeries I had I just thought I was really worn out and blamed my breathing problems on everything else except my heart. I might just start looking at sponsors to go play in a whole bunch of these big tourneys and give these young guys a run for those Mosconi Cup spots. OK, maybe that is a stretch right now but we'll see how it goes. One step at a time. If your going to Dream, Dream BIG.....

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You know Joey, I've had this going on for a long time. It went from kind of a problem in the 1990's to a big problem in around 2000. I quit playing pool because I couldn't win. Didn't have enough energy to play at the level I knew I could. When I started playing again in 2008 I was still real low energy but I had kind of gotten used to it. The last 4 years with all the surgeries I had I just thought I was really worn out and blamed my breathing problems on everything else except my heart. I might just start looking at sponsors to go play in a whole bunch of these big tourneys and give these young guys a run for those Mosconi Cup spots. OK, maybe that is a stretch right now but we'll see how it goes. One step at a time.
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Blessing in disguise...........Belated Birthday present... - 08-28-2018, 08:43 PM

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Hi there Jeff, I was going to have the surgery here at Fairview Southdale in Edina, Mn 2 weeks ago but they did a CT angiogram and they found blood clots in my lungs and right leg. had to cancel the surgery.

The good news is I wanted to get the heart surgery done ay Mayo in Rochester because they are not only considered the best in the world but they have the robotics where they just put a few holes through the ribs and do it. Your under for twice the time but the physical down time afterwards is considerably less.

I started to pursue getting in there again and low and behold it seems to be working out this time. My physical health has went down some and I'm on blood thinners to try and get rid of the clots. This sometimes can take up to 3 months or more. They can do the surgery with the clots but it is a little more complicated and risky.


I really need to get this done. Not only has this drained me of my energy for years but I've kind of reached the end of the road as far as the body and heart can stand. I could hang in there for awhile yet but the quality of life is pretty tough. Just going to the store wears me out totally.


I've been playing in the weekly tournaments here in the Twin Cities and won all but one of them. I need to rest inbetween matches. If I don't sleep 10 to 12 hours the night before and take a 1 or 2 hour nap it gets to feeling like a survival mission to breath well and play. But if I wasn't going to these things I would just be sitting at home. Can't do much exercise because I just get wore out real quick. I guess the pool is pretty good exercise.


The amazing thing is the blood thinners have actually cleared up my vision. It has been blurry for a long time and sometimes just horrible. Plus before I got on them 2 weeks ago I wasn't sure if I was going to make it to the next day. Probably had something to do with the blood clots.


Mayo Called me a couple of days ago and I'm on their urgent to do list. Before I was trying yo get in there it was an almost 2 month wait. Looks like I can get in there in a couple weeks now depending on what they can do with the blood clots. Not sure about that.

So anyway the blood clots were kind of a blessing in disguise because now I can get the heart surgery at what is considered the top dogs in the world. Mayo in Rochester, Mn.

So I will be out there teaching again and I know now that I can get back to the higher level that I once played. I quit in 1999 because I just would run out of gas. So tired I could hardly walk. It was the heart then and all the way up until now.

Anyone that has had this problem knows how draining this can be. And how it can go undiagnosed for years blaming it on everything else.

I will be back so GET READY POOL WORLD...And remember I said this.

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08-29-2018, 05:58 AM

I'm a month older than you, so I appreciate your enthusiasm about playing better.

I'm playing the best pool of my life right now, as far as doing it right when at the table. Yet, at this age, I lose the motivation sometimes in the middle of a tourney, for example, even when I'm playing well.

Crap.

So, keep up the good stories...it helps me and probably you, too...and a few others around here, I'd guess...and good luck with the surgery at Mayo. They're the best, it is said.


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Hi John. Right now I'm patiently waiting for heart surgery. Was supposed to have it about a month ago but they found a blood clot in the leg I had the knee replaced and multiple blood clots in both lungs. Lucky I made it thru that.

Now I'm on blood thinners to try and dissolve the clots and my surgery is now scheduled for nov 2nd. at Mayo, Rochester, Mn

The surgeon says he is 99% sure he can repair the damaged valves. This would be great.

Once I get fixed up I will have tons of energy and I plan on making some great videos on what I teach and travel again.

For the last 10 years I have been too tired to practice. If it wasn't for knowing how to get the eyes Perfect I could not play at the level I do right now.

Detroit is a great city and I will be scheduling free seminars around the country demonstrating how important Perfect Aim is to every single player on the planet.


It effects every single aspect of the game and was never uncovered before. Many people guessed and some were kind of close but an inch turned into a mile as far as learning how these eyes actually work.


Can't hardly wait to get this done and get on with life and helping pool players everywhere. This will blow the lid right off the charts.


Since my car accident in Peoria in 2013 I've just been so worn out from all the surgeries, 4 , and dealing with this bad heart thing.


When the valves are torn and calcified there is nothing else that can be done except to cut you open and fix them. Fortunately I will be doing the robotic surgery where they just put 3 holes in your chest. Everything is done thru these/ pretty amazing.


Now I just hope the clots will be gone by Nov. 2nd.


If you have a pool hall in Detroit that you play out of let me know. I've got about 7 right now to set up that I will be going to starting in Feb. assuming everything goes good.


I do these seminars to and then set up personal lessons for the next 2 weeks. Once the players that learn this talk to others it was hard for me to leave a poolhall at a certain scheduled time.

I did 27 3 hours lessons in one week in Minot, ND. But the norm was 10 to 15 while one the road.

The fun part was to see all the players games improve immediately and the other league players would complain because the handicaps were not fair now.


I can't hardly wait. I feel like my body right now has me in jail. Too tired to do anything. Playing in the weekly tournaments here in the Twin Cities and been winning many but the last few days have been rough. But I need to keep moving. You need to use it or lose it. The better shape I'm in on Nov. 2nd the sooner I will recover.


Let me know about that poolhall and I will contact them and get them on my list. They will be glad they are once I'm there. When players play better they like to play even more. Builds business real fast. I had a room for 13 years. I wish there was someone like me back then, but there was, it was me. Business was great.


Thanks John for the interest and give me an excuse to let all my friends know what's going on with me.
  
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If your ever in the Tampa, Sarasota area please let me know. I have had a phone lesson but would really like a one on one lesson with you. Thanks again, and best wishes.
  
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