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04-18-2019, 08:32 PM

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One year at Derby City on exactly that equipment, Thorsten Hohmann failed to run 50 on any of his attempts.
Yep, and it probably will not be the last time he can't make 50.

I have a feeling that he would be willing to bet he can break 50 within 3 or 4 attempts everyday.

I think he would win in the long run.

Heck, "AT HOME", (no stress, distractions etc...) I wouldn't feel to uncomfortable with that bet given the attempts was in the 5 or 6 range.

At the same time, lol....my wife and I have become accustomed to "eating".... "everyday" so, I better let the above thought, stay a "thought"....either that or drop the number to 14.


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04-18-2019, 08:50 PM

Mine is 42 and Iíve just started playing it again in a quest to beat it. Today I put up a couple in the teens. Back at it tomorrow.


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04-18-2019, 10:36 PM

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On the other hand, if your table is a 9' and has 4.5 or smaller pockets and has a deep shelf such as the diamond pro-am, well, 50's is a very respectable number for any amateur.
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One year at Derby City on exactly that equipment, Thorsten Hohmann failed to run 50 on any of his attempts.
Reading this actually makes me feel a little better...a little. My 46 was on my home table with 4.25Ē corners and 4.75Ē sides. Itís a GC though so the shelf isnít deep. Thereís an old school place near me with a bunch of 9ft Annaversary tables with huge pockets. Iíve never been there but I may just wander out there one day and try to break 50 on those tables. I dunno though...might not make much difference. My patterns are terrible. 😂

I do have a couple of runs in the 20-30 range on a 4.25Ē pocket pro-am at a local action spot though.
  
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04-20-2019, 08:57 AM

I think 51 and 52 are my high runs.
  
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04-20-2019, 09:28 AM

102 but it was on a 4x8 and 43 years ago. I had a 98 on a 4.5x9 this month.


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04-20-2019, 08:54 PM

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102 but it was on a 4x8 and 43 years ago. I had a 98 on a 4.5x9 this month.
Come Bob, if 98 was my best "current" high, I wouldn't even mention it. Especially, if it was on a 4.5x9....

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Props on the 98!!!!!

I've had my camera rolling on all of my 14.1 practice but, I've not got past 80 something. I may have to lower my goal from 125 to 75ish or I may NEVER get to actually post a 14.1 vid.

Again, good shooting!

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04-20-2019, 08:56 PM

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Reading this actually makes me feel a little better...a little. My 46 was on my home table with 4.25Ē corners and 4.75Ē sides. Itís a GC though so the shelf isnít deep. Thereís an old school place near me with a bunch of 9ft Annaversary tables with huge pockets. Iíve never been there but I may just wander out there one day and try to break 50 on those tables. I dunno though...might not make much difference. My patterns are terrible. 😂

I do have a couple of runs in the 20-30 range on a 4.25Ē pocket pro-am at a local action spot though.
46 with 4.25 corners is nothing to sneeze at my friend.


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04-20-2019, 09:01 PM

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Come Bob, if 98 was my best "current" high, I wouldn't even mention it. Especially, if it was on a 4.5x9....

What were you thinking?????
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I was thinking, "Why did I leave myself on the head rail for the breakshot?" Oh, yeah, bad end pattern.


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04-21-2019, 03:58 AM

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102 but it was on a 4x8 and 43 years ago. I had a 98 on a 4.5x9 this month.
43 years ago! Come on Bob, you were only ten years old then! You must have been a child prodigy.


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04-21-2019, 06:23 AM

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43 years ago! Come on Bob, you were only ten years old then! You must have been a child prodigy.
I ran 101 balls 56 years ago.
Has anyone here run a 100 longer ago than that?
That would be 1963 for the math challenged.


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04-21-2019, 06:52 AM

128 on a GC.

A 92 on a tough Diamond back in December.

A 112 on a GC with a camera running about five years ago:
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And a 75 and out in competition a loooong time ago, probably '85.

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128 on a GC.

A 92 on a tough Diamond back in December.

A 112 on a GC with a camera running about five years ago:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRNPz_CEszE

And a 75 and out in competition a loooong time ago, probably '85.

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