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08-05-2020, 04:04 AM

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It ends at 11:55:00... The match doesn't...
Holy hell I watched it live so I didnít realize it . Sorry .


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08-05-2020, 04:10 AM

Just another guy who couldnít make it as a pro because there just isnít enough money.


I played in a tournament with a lot of excellent players and someone said he couldnít play with his sledge hammer break cue with the break tip on it lol He ran straight through it. We were on tight pocket gold crowns and I saw him shoot a draw shot with that the length of the table with inside right so it would kick left and get perfect shape on a ball that he had super small target area to get on. Lol I remember thinking shit.. I donít have that shot in my bag With a regular tip let alone a samasara on . 🤣😂


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08-05-2020, 05:51 AM

Beware the Stottlehammer.

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Just another guy who couldnít make it as a pro because there just isnít enough money.


I played in a tournament with a lot of excellent players and someone said to one of them that he couldnít play with his sledge hammer break cue with the break tip on it lol He ran straight through it. We were on tight pocket gold crowns and I saw him shoot a draw shot with that the length of the table with inside right so it would kick left and get perfect shape on a ball that he had super small target area to get on. Lol I remember thinking shit.. I donít have that shot in my bag With a regular tip let alone a samasara on . 🤣😂


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08-05-2020, 05:54 AM

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Brett Stottlemyer has always been a beast. Iíve seen this guy run sets on people at weekday tournaments back when they used to have them here Baltimore. 5 packs. He was sponsored by Mike Lambros. Monster player.
I like that nutball. Good times.

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