AZB Osmium Member
A friend of mine visited friends in Syracuse when Cranfield was about 65. He went to Cranfield's home room five nights in a row to watch Cranfield practice. He said Cranfield ran 200 or more on each of the five nights. Of course playing in your home room is different from playing on TV or in a tournament, but at that age I think Cranfield would have still been in the top 20 at 14.1 if he played in competition.Can you run 100 balls in straight pool? I'm also a C player and I can't. I'm not sure if you're truly aware of the reality of competition. You would have no chance of beating a 61 year old Babe Cranefield.