classic break shot

sfleinen

14.1 & One Pocket Addict
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No, that's incorrect. I have the match it's from -- it's the 2000 U.S. Open 14.1 Championship:


It's described in detail on the Billiards Digest "Stoke of Genius" site, here:

http://billiardsdigest.com/new_strokeofgenius/jul08index.php

Hope this is helpful,
-Sean
 

strtshtr

AzB Silver Member
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DogsPlayingPool

"What's in your wallet?"
Silver Member
No, that's incorrect. I have the match it's from -- it's the 2000 U.S. Open 14.1 Championship:


It's described in detail on the Billiards Digest "Stoke of Genius" site, here:

http://billiardsdigest.com/new_strokeofgenius/jul08index.php

Hope this is helpful,
-Sean

I'd say this sound right.

It appears to be a GC4 they are playing on. Those came out about 1997.
 

sjm

Sweating it at Derby City
Silver Member
Yeah, Bob, that red carpet is from the 2000 14.1 event at the Roseland, an event during which you and I sweated a couple of matches together. Also, the tables used at the Maine event had scoring dials on the foot rail.

Reyes stretched the boundaries of the game on defense, too. On one occasion, he used a masse shot to create the optimal defensive path. Rempe, sitting a couple of seats to my side, said he'd never seen anyone play the shot that way in all his years around the game. Efren is just different!
 

Danny Harriman

One of the best in 14.1
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yo - job+family are not any reason for imperfect stroke 0r lack there of. I have heard all the excuses - this is just another one - or three in a row rather. I known many Champion caliber players who have a family of their own and a job - they need no excuse. I know it's a bit on point - but I am certain and or assertive.
 
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