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I've seen Gene in action in North Dakota even while he was playing in the tournament.

He is an inspiration to anyone who meets him. He is always giving away his knowledge to those who want to learn and occasionally he picks up a paying customer while he is on the road.

I think Gene does the pool world a favor by traveling all over pooldom giving pool lessons.

It's nice to hear where he is going next because those who are interested in getting a lesson can contact him when he is passing through.

I know he could get some lessons down here in Louisiana but we probably smoke too much for his taste. (Can't say as I can blame him for not wanting to be in smoky pool rooms.)

If Gene doesn't get back to playing some PERFECT POOL, he isn't going to win any more big tournaments.

I would like to hear more about the pool rooms that he travels too. Hopefully, he will continue to keep us informed about his travels and what he is up to.

Gene, if you read this post, what tournament are you going to next?

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This looks like a pretty good time. The casino will be packed as usual for all of John Stitch's tournys. He really does a great job.

And $10,000 is some pretty sweet cheese even if we are in Minnesota.

So the road is taking me up to Carlton, Mn to the Black Bear Casino.

I feel lucky so I'm getting there tonight and try counting some cards.

I'm trying to win one of these darn tournaments. Who knows this might be the one.

Good Luck to everyone this coming weekend.

Geno..........
  
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MPA Pool Tournament
$10,000 Added Tournament

Thursday, May 3 - Sunday, May 6, 2012
Singles and Team Tournaments

Single
$50-$90
Team
$250

This looks like a pretty good time. The casino will be packed as usual for all of John Stitch's tournys. He really does a great job.

And $10,000 is some pretty sweet cheese even if we are in Minnesota.

So the road is taking me up to Carlton, Mn to the Black Bear Casino.

I feel lucky so I'm getting there tonight and try counting some cards.

I'm trying to win one of these darn tournaments. Who knows this might be the one.

Good Luck to everyone this coming weekend.

Geno..........
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wish i had the time and the freedom Geno, i would love to join you on this journey!!
  
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Thumbs up Thank you for sharing your thoughts.......... - 05-02-2012, 01:33 PM

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wish i had the time and the freedom Geno, i would love to join you on this journey!!
Hi there Champ,

I know the feeling. Many of us old road players know that the road has changed alot. Years back I used to drive just 100 or 200 miles and get another game. Now someone just takes your picture with their phone and goes on the internet and knows exactly how you play. Want's a spot.

With me teaching and playing, survival on the road doesn't depend on getting a game and only booking winners. This will give me an opportunity to go places and play in tournaments. I just have to work my way there just like in the old days except I'm not tryng to beat people out of their money but helping them by teaching them how to improve their own game more than they ever imagine. And I really have something special to teach.


My trip to Minot was the first one that I took the camera. I'm trying to document what's going on and kind of make a short little reality movie about what goes on out here on the road.

One incident in Minot would have been kind of fun to have on camera. I'm washing clothes at the Dakota Inn and someone has theirs in the dryer yet. It's 2:00 AM. I set their clothes on the washing machine and put my clothes in the dryer. When I came back my clothes were on the washing machine still a little damp and 2 guys were standing there that hardly spoke English, Spanish I think, and the short stocky guy acted like he wanted to kick my ass. He went about 240 and looked pretty tough. As I went to leave this small space where the washer dryer was he stepped in the doorway. I had already told him that the dryer had stopped but he didn't seem to care. He looked like a guy that was just looking for a fight.

I'm in a space of about 3' by 6' with him, like I said,blocking the doorway.
I'm sizing up the situation and trying to figure out how this is going to turn out. It doesn't look good. The taller guy is younger, I'd say around 25, and looks like a good guy but you never know when the fists start flying.

Thoughts of my surgically repaired shoulder that still bites me from time to time and 4 broken ribs that need about 4 or 5 months to really feel normal agian, so the Doc says, are surfing though my mind. I was in Karate school for 6 years when I was younger but now I'm 59 years old.

The thought of even throwing a punch almosts hurts me let alone doing it.

I set my clothes basket down on the washer and square around to get ready for what I tought was going to be like the Alamo. I just stood there solidly and glared right straight into his eyes. We're about 4 feet apart right now. A bluff on my part knowing he has no idea about my banged up body.

It seemed like forever, the staring at each other, but was only about 15 seconds. By now I was ready to fight if that was going to happen. My heart was pumping and I was getting kind of angry inside. And for a split second during the stare I actually thought about rushing him. I really felt trapped in this little room.

Finally he moved to the side so I could go by. I was relieved but still need to squeeze by. There's not much room.

As I walked down the hall I turned around to make sure they hadn't changed their mind.

Who would have thought washing your clothes could be so dangerous.

But this is the ROAD. It can be fun and it can be treacherous. All your survival skills need to be honed to the max to handle situations that arise.

Minot is my first attempt with the camera. Got some great footage and dropped it off to be editted in Minneapolis on my way to the Black Bear Casino. It's all real. The way it is.

Got to go. I'm going to Mr Luckys right now to see if I can stir something up there. Maybe a lesson or you never know, maybe some action.

I'm takng the camera with me. Mr Luckys is pretty cool. I little slice of heaven for the pool players up here in Superior. It will be kind of fun sharing these poohalls with everyone.

See ya later. Need to go have some fun with The Road............
  
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Be safe...............and post often. - 05-02-2012, 01:50 PM

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Hi there Champ,

I know the feeling. Many of us old road players know that the road has changed alot. Years back I used to drive just 100 or 200 miles and get another game. Now someone just takes your picture with their phone and goes on the internet and knows exactly how you play. Want's a spot.

With me teaching and playing, survival on the road doesn't depend on getting a game and only booking winners. This will give me an opportunity to go places and play in tournaments. I just have to work my way there just like in the old days except I'm not tryng to beat people out of their money but helping them by teaching them how to improve their own game more than they ever imagine. And I really have something special to teach.


My trip to Minot was the first one that I took the camera. I'm trying to document what's going on and kind of make a short little reality movie about what goes on out here on the road.

One incident in Minot would have been kind of fun to have on camera. I'm washing clothes at the Dakota Inn and someone has theirs in the dryer yet. It's 2:00 AM. I set their clothes on the washing machine and put my clothes in the dryer. When I came back my clothes were on the washing machine still a little damp and 2 guys were standing there that hardly spoke English, Spanish I think, and the short stocky guy acted like he wanted to kick my ass. He went about 240 and looked pretty tough. As I went to leave this small space where the washer dryer was he stepped in the doorway. I had already told him that the dryer had stopped but he didn't seem to care. He looked like a guy that was just looking for a fight.

I'm in a space of about 3' by 6' with him, like I said,blocking the doorway.
I'm sizing up the situation and trying to figure out how this is going to turn out. It doesn't look good. The taller guy is younger, I'd say around 25, and looks like a good guy but you never know when the fists start flying.

Thoughts of my surgically repaired shoulder that still bites me from time to time and 4 broken ribs that need about 4 or 5 months to really feel normal agian, so the Doc says, are surfing though my mind. I was in Karate school for 6 years when I was younger but now I'm 59 years old.

The thought of even throwing a punch almosts hurts me let alone doing it.

I set my clothes basket down on the washer and square around to get ready for what I tought was going to be like the Alamo. I just stood there solidly and glared right straight into his eyes. We're about 4 feet apart right now. A bluff on my part knowing he has no idea about my banged up body.

It seemed like forever, the staring at each other, but was only about 15 seconds. By now I was ready to fight if that was going to happen. My heart was pumping and I was getting kind of angry inside. And for a split second during the stare I actually thought about rushing him. I really felt trapped in this little room.

Finally he moved to the side so I could go by. I was relieved but still need to squeeze by. There's not much room.

As I walked down the hall I turned around to make sure they hadn't changed their mind.

Who would have thought washing your clothes could be so dangerous.

But this is the ROAD. It can be fun and it can be treacherous. All your survival skills need to be honed to the max to handle situations that arise.

Minot is my first attempt with the camera. Got some great footage and dropped it off to be editted in Minneapolis on my way to the Black Bear Casino. It's all real. The way it is.

Got to go. I'm going to Mr Luckys right now to see if I can stir something up there. Maybe a lesson or you never know, maybe some action.

I'm takng the camera with me. Mr Luckys is pretty cool. I little slice of heaven for the pool players up here in Superior. It will be kind of fun sharing these poohalls with everyone.

See ya later. Need to go have some fun with The Road............
Does anyone realize how nice it is for Gene to share his experiences on the road with all of us stuck at home?

I had a chance to room with Gene while in North Dakota for a few days and he showed me a couple of his Taekwondo moves as well as the improvements he has made in teaching Perfect Aim. He's still got it, busted ribs and all.

Try washing clothes later in the morning when most of the thugs are tired from a hard night's skullduggery.


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05-02-2012, 02:10 PM

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Hi there Champ,

I know the feeling. Many of us old road players know that the road has changed alot. Years back I used to drive just 100 or 200 miles and get another game. Now someone just takes your picture with their phone and goes on the internet and knows exactly how you play. Want's a spot.

With me teaching and playing, survival on the road doesn't depend on getting a game and only booking winners. This will give me an opportunity to go places and play in tournaments. I just have to work my way there just like in the old days except I'm not tryng to beat people out of their money but helping them by teaching them how to improve their own game more than they ever imagine. And I really have something special to teach.


My trip to Minot was the first one that I took the camera. I'm trying to document what's going on and kind of make a short little reality movie about what goes on out here on the road.

One incident in Minot would have been kind of fun to have on camera. I'm washing clothes at the Dakota Inn and someone has theirs in the dryer yet. It's 2:00 AM. I set their clothes on the washing machine and put my clothes in the dryer. When I came back my clothes were on the washing machine still a little damp and 2 guys were standing there that hardly spoke English, Spanish I think, and the short stocky guy acted like he wanted to kick my ass. He went about 240 and looked pretty tough. As I went to leave this small space where the washer dryer was he stepped in the doorway. I had already told him that the dryer had stopped but he didn't seem to care. He looked like a guy that was just looking for a fight.

I'm in a space of about 3' by 6' with him, like I said,blocking the doorway.
I'm sizing up the situation and trying to figure out how this is going to turn out. It doesn't look good. The taller guy is younger, I'd say around 25, and looks like a good guy but you never know when the fists start flying.

Thoughts of my surgically repaired shoulder that still bites me from time to time and 4 broken ribs that need about 4 or 5 months to really feel normal agian, so the Doc says, are surfing though my mind. I was in Karate school for 6 years when I was younger but now I'm 59 years old.

The thought of even throwing a punch almosts hurts me let alone doing it.

I set my clothes basket down on the washer and square around to get ready for what I tought was going to be like the Alamo. I just stood there solidly and glared right straight into his eyes. We're about 4 feet apart right now. A bluff on my part knowing he has no idea about my banged up body.

It seemed like forever, the staring at each other, but was only about 15 seconds. By now I was ready to fight if that was going to happen. My heart was pumping and I was getting kind of angry inside. And for a split second during the stare I actually thought about rushing him. I really felt trapped in this little room.

Finally he moved to the side so I could go by. I was relieved but still need to squeeze by. There's not much room.

As I walked down the hall I turned around to make sure they hadn't changed their mind.

Who would have thought washing your clothes could be so dangerous.

But this is the ROAD. It can be fun and it can be treacherous. All your survival skills need to be honed to the max to handle situations that arise.

Minot is my first attempt with the camera. Got some great footage and dropped it off to be editted in Minneapolis on my way to the Black Bear Casino. It's all real. The way it is.

Got to go. I'm going to Mr Luckys right now to see if I can stir something up there. Maybe a lesson or you never know, maybe some action.

I'm takng the camera with me. Mr Luckys is pretty cool. I little slice of heaven for the pool players up here in Superior. It will be kind of fun sharing these poohalls with everyone.

See ya later. Need to go have some fun with The Road............
Hi Geno,

Since this forum is supposed to be about aiming systems, maybe you could share your traveling adventures on the Main Forum instead of in the Aiming forum? On the Main Forum, I'm sure a lot of people would be interested in reading about your adventures on the road.
  
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MPA Pool Tournament
$10,000 Added Tournament

Thursday, May 3 - Sunday, May 6, 2012
Singles and Team Tournaments

Single
$50-$90
Team
$250

This looks like a pretty good time. The casino will be packed as usual for all of John Stitch's tournys. He really does a great job.

And $10,000 is some pretty sweet cheese even if we are in Minnesota.

So the road is taking me up to Carlton, Mn to the Black Bear Casino.

I feel lucky so I'm getting there tonight and try counting some cards.

I'm trying to win one of these darn tournaments. Who knows this might be the one.

Good Luck to everyone this coming weekend.

Geno..........

The setup is great but unfortuanately there is no live stream.

On the way down to the tournament I met a players that wants a Perfect Aim lesson.

Then when I got there, Tom with Cuestickman, has 4 guys that want lessons from his league.

That was the good news.

The bad news is I wrecked my left knee in my first match. I hurt it today in the room just turning around a little. It kind of went scrunch and hurt real bad and sharp.

Was ahead my first match 5-1. Lost 7-6 and could hardly stand on the left leg at the end. My right knee has had 2 surgeries. The left one was my good one.

Looks like I need braces on both knees now. Don't know if I can play tomorrow at 10:00. If not, there are plenty of lessons to do.

Great tourny though.

Have to wait and see tomorrow.
  
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05-03-2012, 09:53 PM

You took a lesson "yesterday" and it's revolutionized your game?

There is nothing, no chalk, no one lesson, no hypnotic tape, etc. that in ONE day can revolutionize someone's pool game.

Maybe you were literally a hack league player who couldn't run 2 balls and now you can run 3, but as even the hardcore people who believe in systems will tell you, it takes time and practice.

Gives you a great practice point and place to work from, yep, but not revolutionize.

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I took the lesson yesterday, after my girlfriend. I'll write a review in the "instructor" review area as soon as I can, but all I need to say is wow. This has revolutionized my game, my girlfriend's game, and my teammate's game. I have to apply it for a few nights to get the muscle memory right, but alas, my employer thinks I should work.

This is the closest thing to "instant pool game in a box" that I've seen and I'm recommending all my friends take the lesson.

I've never met Gene before this week, now I am a faithful "Perfect Aim" follower.

It opened my eyes and the look of understanding on my girlfriend's face is priceless. Thanks Gene.
  
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You took a lesson "yesterday" and it's revolutionized your game?

There is nothing, no chalk, no one lesson, no hypnotic tape, etc. that in ONE day can revolutionize someone's pool game.

Maybe you were literally a hack league player who couldn't run 2 balls and now you can run 3, but as even the hardcore people who believe in systems will tell you, it takes time and practice.

Gives you a great practice point and place to work from, yep, but not revolutionize.

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Who are you to say how much it helped his game?

It certainly helped change/revolutionize the way I see the game
  
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05-03-2012, 10:22 PM

Tanner,

I'm just someone reading the post just like you did.

You already played well, so it didn't revolutionize your game overnight. And if you reread you will see, overnight is where I'm saying there is an issue.

If you want to argue, I'm not going to go along with you. Every aiming system, or professional lesson all stress the same thing. You have a new tool, now start practicing with your new "line of sight, stance, grip, stroke, break, etc." I don't play as good as you probably, but based on me being around pool for a long long time, I don't ever remember anyone saying it revolutionized their game overnight.

I've heard of systems revolutionizing someone's game after they practiced it, but not overnight.


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It certainly helped change/revolutionize the way I see the game
Hi there Tanner,

It's really hard for most players to really think there is something like Perfect Aim that will bump your game up that fast. And of course it won't make them an instant pro,but it wll jump them up a level or 2 in a quick hurry.

You know first hand there Tanner just like the 20 some players I taught Perfect Aim to in Minot Sd last week. 25 to be exact if I count the 3 free ones to the kids.

Now that I have been gone from Minnesota for awhile I got the whole next week filled up with lessons. And it's from word of mouth just like your saying right now.

IT'S Just so much fun now when I go to a poolhall. Many of the players can't believe I'm there.

Thanks again Tanner and keep having fun with your pool game......
  
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Tanner,

I'm just someone reading the post just like you did.

You already played well, so it didn't revolutionize your game overnight. And if you reread you will see, overnight is where I'm saying there is an issue.

If you want to argue, I'm not going to go along with you. Every aiming system, or professional lesson all stress the same thing. You have a new tool, now start practicing with your new "line of sight, stance, grip, stroke, break, etc." I don't play as good as you probably, but based on me being around pool for a long long time, I don't ever remember anyone saying it revolutionized their game overnight.

I've heard of systems revolutionizing someone's game after they practiced it, but not overnight.
Tommy,
You are actually correct about the fact that you have to practice the things that you learn for them to be effective on a consistent basis and I agree with you on that.

I know PERFECT AIM and I am not perfectly consistent with using it and fall off the wagon from time to time as I am like to do with most things that I have come to learn. Even when I use it, I sometimes fail to do other things that are necessary to pocket the ball or get shape.

However, when an individual learns & comprehends a new technique they are most likely able to see immediate results.

When they experience the successful implementation of the technique, the endorphins kick in.

When they master the technique, they enter a whole new realm. I'm working on the mastering part.

Gene has a lot to offer those who want to learn and he knows A LOT MORE THAN perfect aim and shares that in his lessons.


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Oh and Gene: Since you are banged up and can't play right now, go sit at the black jack table, count cards and win a hat full.


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I have to explain what's happening..... - 05-04-2012, 05:08 PM

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Tanner,

I'm just someone reading the post just like you did.

You already played well, so it didn't revolutionize your game overnight. And if you reread you will see, overnight is where I'm saying there is an issue.

If you want to argue, I'm not going to go along with you. Every aiming system, or professional lesson all stress the same thing. You have a new tool, now start practicing with your new "line of sight, stance, grip, stroke, break, etc." I don't play as good as you probably, but based on me being around pool for a long long time, I don't ever remember anyone saying it revolutionized their game overnight.

I've heard of systems revolutionizing someone's game after they practiced it, but not overnight.
Hi there,

I don't blame you for being skeptical. But the results speak for themselves.

When a player like Rodney Morris tells me that this is the answer he had been searching for. He said he had asked some of his pro friends why some shots just didn't look right. They couldn't tell him. They really didn't know either.

Then he asked me who showed me this. I told him I figured it out. He replied; You figured it out, kind of surprised. This was July 2009 at Bullshooter in Phoenix, AZ.

There is a reason no one has ever figured this out. It was real tough to figure out but it's real easy to understand once you can see it with your own eyes.

There are bits and pieces of Perfect Aim that are common knowledge. When some players see one or 2 of these bits and pieces they think that is what it's all about. Kind of like the misinformation on Dr Daves site. He describes it like paralell aiming or smething. Doesn't even have a clue. But the main meat of Perfect Aim stands alone. It's one of a kind and it's all original.

When a player sees this for the first time it's eye opening no matter what level they are at. They know this is the real deal because they can see it with their own eyes. I don't just tell them but teach them to see how to make it work with their own eyes.

It's pretty exciting to see why you have been stuck at the same level and keep missing the same shots over and over.

It's pretty exciting when a beginner or lower level player can see why they couldn't improve. They were not seeing the aim of the shot correctly.

It's pretty exciting when pros see this and actually get exited about it.

Players can see immediately after a personal lesson that this will be huge. The shot actually looks like it will go.

Many players have a nice stroke but still miss. Many players have a bad stroke and still make alot of shots.

It's all about the dominant eye and getting everythng in the right position. When a player sees this for the first time, your darn right they get excited.

Not only how to get there but knowing how to correct the look of their aim if it doesn't look quite right.

If you ever learn Perfect Aim you too will agree.

Have a great day. Geno........

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