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DC high run challenge - 10-06-2019, 05:07 PM

What size pockets were used at the former dc high run challenge? Charles
  
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10-06-2019, 06:21 PM

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What size pockets were used at the former dc high run challenge? Charles
Last year, two of the tables were 4 1/2" and two of them were 4 1/4". Per Bob Jewett, Dennis Orcullo's 260 ball run came on one of the 4 1/4" tables and Josh Filler's 285, which won the high run prize, came on one of the 4 1/2" tables. Mika Immonen won Stage 2, the single elimination part of the event.
  
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10-07-2019, 04:55 AM

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Last year, two of the tables were 4 1/2" and two of them were 4 1/4". Per Bob Jewett, Dennis Orcullo's 260 ball run came on one of the 4 1/4" tables and Josh Filler's 285, which won the high run prize, came on one of the 4 1/2" tables. Mika Immonen won Stage 2, the single elimination part of the event.
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10-14-2019, 08:28 PM

Straight pool is better with larger pockets

in my opinion 5 inch pockets make the game better
  
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