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Louie Roberts / Keith McCready - Good Stuff! - 11-13-2019, 08:39 AM

From former road player Bobby Hunt; he said he heard Keith and Louie got into a game and Keith broke and ran the set. Louie quietly unscrewed and was walking away when Keith yelled over to him "wait, come back, we can adjust."

Louie replied "I'd be embarrassed to ask for what I need and afraid that you might give it to me."

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11-13-2019, 09:38 AM

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From former road player Bobby Hunt; he said he heard Keith and Louie got into a game and Keith broke and ran the set. Louie quietly unscrewed and was walking away when Keith yelled over to him "wait, come back, we can adjust."

Louie replied "I'd be embarrassed to ask for what I need and afraid that you might give it to me."

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Hahahaha! I know a few Keith stories with Louie. I'll have to get Keith to post 'em.

There's a book coming out about Louie Roberts. It might already be out. A guy in Missouri wrote it.


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11-14-2019, 05:52 AM

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5G13l_W_UI4

Old footage of Louie I found.

Side note, back in the 90’s, my buddie and I played on the US Open 9 ball in St Charles Illinois. Second round, my buddy ran into a buzz saw named Louie Roberts, who I watched as he dismantled my friend 11-0 in about 20 minutes. My friend payed accustats to record the match (think it cost ten bucks to get a vhs of your match). I joked with my buddy that it was a waste of a tape. I would love to watch that today.


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11-14-2019, 07:48 AM

i have no idea how louie woud play keith,but i did see louie play some beautiful pool

last time i was with him,right before the end,he was in a pool room in dalllas where
he was buying guitars at a national show

he was with a buyer stake horse and we ended up winning his money while louie never got to play

i never heard of louie breaking down or even asking for a spot

i am told he ran 125 including calling a ball on the break,and that is a record that may never be broken since every one else breaks safe

that feat personified st louie louie in my mind

i really don't know how much better keith was than louie,seeing them play at different times
and not really being able to judge speeds of great players

it would be very interesting to at least read how the players i admired stacked up

here is my guesstimate
1 buddy hall,nick varner,sigel,eddie taylor,eddie kelly



2 billy incardona,keith,wimpy

3 louie, train, help me with this name...Grg Stevens

i played him golf,won the money,took him out for pizza and gave him all
his money back to get him started in business in withita,ks where he settled into a normal life
owned a pool room ,not allowing gambling from what i hear

after i won all his money on golf course,we ate and stopped at the pool room
he took an hour showing me shots and having a good time,he never asked for a return of his money

he was just so nice and friendly that i volunteered

now i am having memory failure for his name

i can not remember all the names and only mention the guys
that i played or bet on or against not including the filipino greats
who might be better than all the rest

pre 1980 is where my heart lies

i would love to hear a knowledgeable ranking

from jam and keith or billy

keith was so very much fun to watch,he was everything i wasn't,cool to the point of
absurdity,confident.loose as a goose both in attitude carriage and stroke

i have heard that a few on my list were better,but i wonder how you can tell
when most of his opponents were hard to distinguish from the spectators

i always thought keith wasn't trying hard until i decided he was just born to play,
you and I don't concentrate on walking or talking,keith is at home with pool
in that same way

my pick for the greatest is still nick,but i am guessing

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11-14-2019, 08:22 AM

we have a winner

Greg Stevens

I recently met an older pool player nick named "scroothem"

Played a lot of pool back in the day,Jersey Red,Greg Stevens and
a lot more

He things Greg was the best ever

Anyone ever heard of Scrootchem ?

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11-14-2019, 10:59 AM

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Hahahaha! I know a few Keith stories with Louie. I'll have to get Keith to post 'em.

There's a book coming out about Louie Roberts. It might already be out. A guy in Missouri wrote it.
Book ..."Have Pool Cue Will Travel" by Mark O'Brien.


"St. Louie" Louie Roberts: Pool God and Immortal Shotmaker

by Mike Burch, with quotes and anecdotes by pool insiders

I am currently editing the book Have Pool Cue Will Travel by Mark O'Brien. The book is primarily about the exploits of the incomparable St. Louie Louie Roberts, but it also involves other colorful pool characters. If you have anything to share, or see anything here that seems incorrect, please let me know by emailing me at mikerburch@gmail.com. One thing we are trying to get right, or as right as possible, is what happened the night Louie died. I think there are serious doubts about it being a suicide, for reasons explained on this page. If you have anything to share, please feel free to email me.

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11-14-2019, 11:11 AM

You mean scrotum.

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we have a winner

Greg Stevens

I recently man an older pool player nick named "scroothem"

Played a lot of pool back in the day,Jersey Red,Greg Stevens and
a lot more

He things Greg was the best ever

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Hahahaha! I know a few Keith stories with Louie. I'll have to get Keith to post 'em.

There's a book coming out about Louie Roberts. It might already be out. A guy in Missouri wrote it.
Book isn't out yet -- about 1/2 of it has been edited. Full of Louie and other pool/gambling stories.


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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5G13l_W_UI4

Old footage of Louie I found.

Side note, back in the 90’s, my buddie and I played on the US Open 9 ball in St Charles Illinois. Second round, my buddy ran into a buzz saw named Louie Roberts, who I watched as he dismantled my friend 11-0 in about 20 minutes. My friend payed accustats to record the match (think it cost ten bucks to get a vhs of your match). I joked with my buddy that it was a waste of a tape. I would love to watch that today.
Thanks for posting this. It brings back a lot of memories of times I spent with Louie and Danny Medina, two old road buddies of mine. At the time I didn't know how lucky I was to be hanging out with guys like this, and Keith and Ronnie and so many more. Now all I have is my memories, some good and some not so good, but all memorable.

Louie died in Phoenix in January, 1991 under suspicious circumstances. Danny never fully recovered from a severe beating he took during a late night mugging in downtown Las Vegas. He died several years ago. Somehow I'm still here and I had my share of close calls as well. I look back on some of the spots I put myself in and how I handled some bad situations and realize I'm lucky to have survived. It feels like I'm in my second life now with a wonderful young wife, good finances and no real pressure to make money. Every day is a gift and I know it!


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Book ..."Have Pool Cue Will Travel" by Mark O'Brien.


"St. Louie" Louie Roberts: Pool God and Immortal Shotmaker

by Mike Burch, with quotes and anecdotes by pool insiders

I am currently editing the book Have Pool Cue Will Travel by Mark O'Brien. The book is primarily about the exploits of the incomparable St. Louie Louie Roberts, but it also involves other colorful pool characters. If you have anything to share, or see anything here that seems incorrect, please let me know by emailing me at mikerburch@gmail.com. One thing we are trying to get right, or as right as possible, is what happened the night Louie died. I think there are serious doubts about it being a suicide, for reasons explained on this page. If you have anything to share, please feel free to email me.

continue reading at link:

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i have no idea how louie woud play keith,but i did see louie play some beautiful pool

last time i was with him,right before the end,he was in a pool room in dalllas where
he was buying guitars at a national show

he was with a buyer stake horse and we ended up winning his money while louie never got to play

i never heard of louie breaking down or even asking for a spot

i am told he ran 125 including calling a ball on the break,and that is a record that may never be broken since every one else breaks safe

that feat personified st louie louie in my mind

i really don't know how much better keith was than louie,seeing them play at different times
and not really being able to judge speeds of great players

it would be very interesting to at least read how the players i admired stacked up

here is my guesstimate
1 buddy hall,nick varner,sigel,eddie taylor,eddie kelly



2 billy incardona,keith,wimpy

3 louie, train, help me with this name...Grg Stevens

i played him golf,won the money,took him out for pizza and gave him all
his money back to get him started in business in withita,ks where he settled into a normal life
owned a pool room ,not allowing gambling from what i hear

after i won all his money on golf course,we ate and stopped at the pool room
he took an hour showing me shots and having a good time,he never asked for a return of his money

he was just so nice and friendly that i volunteered

now i am having memory failure for his name

i can not remember all the names and only mention the guys
that i played or bet on or against not including the filipino greats
who might be better than all the rest

pre 1980 is where my heart lies

i would love to hear a knowledgeable ranking

from jam and keith or billy

keith was so very much fun to watch,he was everything i wasn't,cool to the point of
absurdity,confident.loose as a goose both in attitude carriage and stroke

i have heard that a few on my list were better,but i wonder how you can tell
when most of his opponents were hard to distinguish from the spectators

i always thought keith wasn't trying hard until i decided he was just born to play,
you and I don't concentrate on walking or talking,keith is at home with pool
in that same way

my pick for the greatest is still nick,but i am guessing
Everybody was a little afraid of Keith. When he was on, he was in a different world. He made every shot look like a hanger. No one wanted to draw Keith in a tournament. Their best hope was that he would either show up drunk without any sleep or not show up at all, which often was the case.

Louie shot straighter than anyone who ever held a cue. He could see and hit the edge of the ball with precision like no one else. He was also prone to some bad habits that could affect his performance. He busted a lot of poolrooms only to give it all back to some bum who he tried to give too much weight to when he was exhausted. Louie didn't like to go home with all the money. That was his problem. I learned early on that after we made a score to get my end and go back to the room. He would show up in the morning broke more often than not. He always had a sad story to tell me, but I loved the guy anyway.


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Everybody was a little afraid of Keith. When he was on, he was in a different world. He made every shot look like a hanger. No one wanted to draw Keith in a tournament. Their best hope was that he would either show up drunk without any sleep or not show up at all, which often was the case.

Louie shot straighter than anyone who ever held a cue. He could see and hit the edge of the ball with precision like no one else. He was also prone to some bad habits that could affect his performance. He busted a lot of poolrooms only to give it all back to some bum who he tried to give too much weight to when he was exhausted. Louie didn't like to go home with all the money. That was his problem. I learned early on that after we made a score to get my end and go back to the room. He would show up in the morning broke more often than not. He always had a sad story to tell me, but I loved the guy anyway.

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i have no idea how louie woud play keith,but i did see louie play some beautiful pool

last time i was with him,right before the end,he was in a pool room in dalllas where
he was buying guitars at a national show

he was with a buyer stake horse and we ended up winning his money while louie never got to play

i never heard of louie breaking down or even asking for a spot

i am told he ran 125 including calling a ball on the break,and that is a record that may never be broken since every one else breaks safe

that feat personified st louie louie in my mind

i really don't know how much better keith was than louie,seeing them play at different times
and not really being able to judge speeds of great players

it would be very interesting to at least read how the players i admired stacked up

here is my guesstimate
1 buddy hall,nick varner,sigel,eddie taylor,eddie kelly



2 billy incardona,keith,wimpy

3 louie, train, help me with this name...Grg Stevens

i played him golf,won the money,took him out for pizza and gave him all
his money back to get him started in business in withita,ks where he settled into a normal life
owned a pool room ,not allowing gambling from what i hear

after i won all his money on golf course,we ate and stopped at the pool room
he took an hour showing me shots and having a good time,he never asked for a return of his money

he was just so nice and friendly that i volunteered

now i am having memory failure for his name

i can not remember all the names and only mention the guys
that i played or bet on or against not including the filipino greats
who might be better than all the rest

pre 1980 is where my heart lies

i would love to hear a knowledgeable ranking

from jam and keith or billy
————————————————————————————
keith was so very much fun to watch,he was everything i wasn't,cool to the point of
absurdity,confident.loose as a goose both in attitude carriage and stroke

i have heard that a few on my list were better,but i wonder how you can tell
when most of his opponents were hard to distinguish from the spectators

i always thought keith wasn't trying hard until i decided he was just born to play,
you and I don't concentrate on walking or talking,keith is at home with pool
in that same way
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my pick for the greatest is still nick,but i am guessing
Can’t say it much better than that...


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