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09-26-2019, 05:46 PM

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Ruslan Chinakhov with the runs of 211, 223 and 243 recently.

Oh wait, he was on the list already with 203...
Not a shocker. Ruslan has won the Derby City Classic 14.1 event and has shown much skill in the discipline. Sounds like some pretty fancy shooting.
  
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12-13-2019, 08:03 PM

Does anyone have more detail on these high runs?
Gene Nagy 430
Dallas West 429
Ray Martin 426
Allen Hopkins 421
Jose Garcia 396
Jack Colavita 385
Steve Mizerak 321
Mike Sigel 319
Danny Di Liberto 308
  
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12-14-2019, 02:31 AM

What kind of detail would you like? There are not many people around anymore who witnessed any of the runs you mentioned. At least 3 on your last are no longer living.
  
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12-14-2019, 07:31 AM

I was curious about when and where the high runs took place. It's true that a few of these guys have passed away but there might still be friends, foes or family around that might remember some details. It was a long shot.
  
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12-14-2019, 07:37 PM

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Does anyone have more detail on these high runs?
Gene Nagy 430
Dallas West 429
Ray Martin 426
Allen Hopkins 421
Jose Garcia 396
Jack Colavita 385
Steve Mizerak 321
Mike Sigel 319
Danny Di Liberto 308
None of these runs happened in the last 35 years, and I believe that three of these never happened, but I'm not going to call out the specifics because I could possibly be mistaken.

Nagy's well-known run came about 50 years ago in Queens, NY, and was a little bit controversial as it took place over two different days, with the balls left on the table overnight.

At least four (maybe five) of these players hailed from New Jersey, a hotbed of straight pool talent back in the day.

Where did you learn of these runs?
  
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12-14-2019, 07:53 PM

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... Where did you learn of these runs?
It could have been from
http://hermund.ardalen.com/straightpoolhighruns.htm
which has some errors. That's a problem with unofficial lists.


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12-15-2019, 08:21 AM

I copied the list from an earlier post in this thread
  
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12-15-2019, 03:28 PM

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See post #21 in this thread. The list to which you have referred is wrong.
  
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12-16-2019, 06:42 PM

Thank you, I missed that. I should have looked a little closer.
  
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12-17-2019, 11:23 AM

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Thank you, I missed that. I should have looked a little closer.
Can't fault you here. This is largely a consequence of our sport's sloppiness in recording the accomplishments of yesteryear, leaving us all too often with the rumor mill, a fairly but not totally reliable source.
  
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12-18-2019, 12:23 AM

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See post #21 in this thread. The list to which you have referred is wrong.
I just watched the Sigel (150&out)/Zuglan match from 1992. In an interview at the end, Sigel says he ran 339 at age 19 or 20. That list in post #21 has him at 319 for his high run.
  
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12-18-2019, 09:21 PM

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I just watched the Sigel (150&out)/Zuglan match from 1992. In an interview at the end, Sigel says he ran 339 at age 19 or 20. That list in post #21 has him at 319 for his high run.
Yup, this list is based on the rumor mill. One of the runs listed is one I'd heard of, but I later learned that it never happened. Another player on the list was my mentor at 14.1 and he never mentioned the run that lies beside his name on this list, so I'm not buying it.
  
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