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08-27-2019, 10:52 PM

if i remember correctly , ortmann won the 1993 us open ?!
efren played the 2012 world 14.1 by accident , he was there for the world class 3 cushion tournament in the same location .
schmidt vs reyes 2012 was one of the best straight pool finals ive ever saw .
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08-29-2019, 09:56 PM

Tonight looking through some of Bob Byrne's files I ran across a flyer for a challenge match between Ginky and Efren in April 17, 2000 at Amsterdam. (Efren won two of three sets.) Attached was a note:
After this match ended, Efren played a 150-point straight pool game against Tony Robles. Efren broke; Tony ran 21; Efren ran 147; Tony ran a few and then Efren ran out. -- Ned Polsky


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08-29-2019, 11:49 PM

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Tonight looking through some of Bob Byrne's files I ran across a flyer for a challenge match between Ginky and Efren in April 17, 2000 at Amsterdam. (Efren won two of three sets.) Attached was a note:
After this match ended, Efren played a 150-point straight pool game against Tony Robles. Efren broke; Tony ran 21; Efren ran 147; Tony ran a few and then Efren ran out. -- Ned Polsky
nice tidbit..thanks bob!


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08-30-2019, 06:59 AM

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Tonight looking through some of Bob Byrne's files I ran across a flyer for a challenge match between Ginky and Efren in April 17, 2000 at Amsterdam. (Efren won two of three sets.) Attached was a note:
After this match ended, Efren played a 150-point straight pool game against Tony Robles. Efren broke; Tony ran 21; Efren ran 147; Tony ran a few and then Efren ran out. -- Ned Polsky
I think that was the day after the 2000 US Open Straight Pool Championship, where Efren was 3rd and Ginky was 13th/16th.
  
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08-30-2019, 03:52 PM

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I think that was the day after the 2000 US Open Straight Pool Championship, where Efren was 3rd and Ginky was 13th/16th.
and in which Tony Robles ran 148 against Johnny Archer.
  
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08-31-2019, 07:31 AM

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Which is interesting in the sense that people think today's top rotation players who try 14.1 are playing it wrong. Those attempts have been around for much longer than anyone knows.


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08-31-2019, 09:32 AM

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I think that was the day after the 2000 US Open Straight Pool Championship, where Efren was 3rd and Ginky was 13th/16th.
My friend Dave Diaz and I took the train down from Poughkeepsie that Saturday and spent the whole day at the tournament. That was some afternoon:
  • Efren ran 141 against Dallas West,
  • Oliver Ortmann and Jim Rempe played a nail biter, running 126 and 90+ respectively.
  • Tony Robles ran 148. I believe he was playing Johnny Archer.
  
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