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Not self-promoting at all here... However, - 07-11-2016, 05:37 AM

I wanted to see who here on AZB had their own personal libraries of videos on You Tube or wherever. I just wanted to see what other people had. Ive been shooting video at my home room for a couple years and have a few of them made public (30 or so). Check them out if you like and please post links to your own video treasure troves.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Leshiye...sort=dd&view=0

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07-11-2016, 06:11 AM

I have about 600 videos on my account and counting. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/user/fastlenny69/videos


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07-11-2016, 08:09 AM

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I wanted to see who here on AZB had their own personal libraries of videos on You Tube or wherever. I just wanted to see what other people had. Ive been shooting video at my home room for a couple years and have a few of them made public (30 or so). Check them out if you like and please post links to your own video treasure troves.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Leshiye...sort=dd&view=0

Thanks,

Lesh
Lesh,

I am really curious to learn more about that interesting table you posted about.

You never shot on it and I would really like to see how it plays. Any chance of you giving more information about the table conditions or maybe a video of a few games being played on it?

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07-11-2016, 08:26 AM

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I wanted to see who here on AZB had their own personal libraries of videos on You Tube or wherever. I just wanted to see what other people had. Ive been shooting video at my home room for a couple years and have a few of them made public (30 or so). Check them out if you like and please post links to your own video treasure troves.



https://www.youtube.com/user/Leshiye...sort=dd&view=0



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Thanks for the post!

Your link is coming up Invalid Address however

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Lesh,

I am really curious to learn more about that interesting table you posted about.

You never shot on it and I would really like to see how it plays. Any chance of you giving more information about the table conditions or maybe a video of a few games being played on it?

Best,

-Ben
You must be referring to the 7 footer that my good friend Bob Barkhurst designed. The table bed is a solid piece of 1 1/2" acrylic and is covered in woven acrylic fiber that feels kinda like sail bag cloth (if you are nautical in nature). It plays surprisingly similar to cloth. he has two layers of that acrylic cloth on it. He said the table was way too fast with just one layer.

I have played it and I can move the ball well on it. The table is a masterpiece. Fully adjustable, and I mean adjustable. Any point on that table bed can be raised or lowered. I will try and get another video of it up ther with actual play taking place.

Here is a video with us playing on it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpUxwKPBNJs

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Your link is coming up Invalid Address however

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Link works for me... but you can just search Leshiye69 on you tube and get the same access to the videos.

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07-11-2016, 09:21 AM

I just recently started a private YouTube library of pool drills. I have a ton added and I'm recording myself completing them and deleting the originals. It's just for my personal reference for practice. If I do them and record them, they'll always be there. If it's someone else's, they can always delete it or set it to private.
  
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You must be referring to the 7 footer that my good friend Bob Barkhurst designed. The table bed is a solid piece of 1 1/2" acrylic and is covered in woven acrylic fiber that feels kinda like sail bag cloth (if you are nautical in nature). It plays surprisingly similar to cloth. he has two layers of that acrylic cloth on it. He said the table was way too fast with just one layer.

I have played it and I can move the ball well on it. The table is a masterpiece. Fully adjustable, and I mean adjustable. Any point on that table bed can be raised or lowered. I will try and get another video of it up ther with actual play taking place.

Here is a video with us playing on it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpUxwKPBNJs

Regards,

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Just another way to guide aiming. It increases awareness. Bob likes it on his cues. Just a sheet of paper taped on.

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07-12-2016, 01:52 PM

COOL VIDEOS.

They allow smoking at Corner Pocket in Largo, FL?

Which video has you playing in it?

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https://www.youtube.com/user/Leshiye...sort=dd&view=0

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07-12-2016, 02:32 PM

The one that says Dave. It's an older one. I have a hard time getting people to record me as my game causes nausea.

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Yingling - Piloted 3/8x10 Merry Widow w/ 13mm shaft
McDermott D19 (1st Cue bought 1991)
Adam Cues "Julio Stamboulini" circa Mid-80's

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