If that's the only music you're gonna play be prepared for one of the old timers to unplug the jukebox. When they were in their heyday every bar was a honkey tonk with nothing but country music and classic rock.
If y'all get to playing that drag your wife through the field and trample her with a texas steer music I'm outta there. You ever been to Alvin? They might see under 10 black people a year
PAID Entries from Old School Players
1. Calvin "Country" Harcrow
2. Robert "Nuke" Newkirk
3. David Harcrow
The list below will be OK to pay their entry after June 10th if there are spaces available
Credit Card or paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. David Parker
2. David Sapolis
3. Charlie "Hillbilly" Bryant
4. John Day
5. Moises Herrera
6. Jr. Moore
7. Brent Thomas
8. Ming Ng
9. Brandon Shuff
10. Blain Barcus
11. Mike Alonzo
12. Phillip (Scooter) Thweatt
13. Ernesto Bayaua
14. Jim Walker
15. Joe Cuellar
16. Robley Fontenot
17. Zach Ballas
18. Mikey Frost
19. Joe Hughes
20. Roy Payton
The opportunity to play will be in the order of THIS list!!! After June 10th paid stand bys will start getting moved to the main list.
I requested to be added when there were only 10 people on the list. I think the fair thing would be to add me to the list in the 11th spot. Maybe not. It is up to you.
1. A player has the option to pushout at anytime during the game (except after a pushout), upon a pushout the opponent may take the shot or pass, if the shot is passed back to the shooter and the shooter makes a foul, ( bad hit, no rail after contact, or scratch ) it is ball in hand to the opponent. 2 consecutive fouls by the same player = ball in hand
***note - If a player pushes out and the incoming player takes the shot it erases the first players foul.
2. Scratched balls & jumped balls off the table, shooter plays the shot from behind the headstring (except balls pocketed on the break, they stay down). The only balls spotted are the ball before the 9 , and ball behind the line on a scratch, or a jumped ball.
3. If the breaker scratches and the next numerical ball is behind the headstring line ( in the kitchen ) it is spotted, incoming player may pass or take the shot.
4. All balls are deemed behind the headstring ( or in the kitchen ) by the base of the ball, from headstring line.
5. Ball made before the money ball ( 9-Ball ) on a scratch will be spotted and shot from behind the headstring. (Spot Shot )
6. Any fouled or pushed shot may be passed or taken by incoming player.
7. Cue Ball Fouls Only, if you move or touch a ball by any means other than the tip of your cuestick , your opponent may move the ball or balls back to original position or leave the remaining layout to the shooter.
8. You may not get up on the table to shoot a shot.
9. A 30 or 45 second shot clock maybe ask for if a player is deemed playing slow by his opponent., up to TD
10. No jump cues allowed. Legal jump with full cue is allowed.