Pull your head out of your own darkness buddy, how long do you think 714 will last as the record if there's a cash reward to break it?? Such a dumbass!!You're really arguing that 714 isn't good enough because someone could have hypothetically run more. Please get help.
From what i've read there were no witnesses that watched entire run. Took place during a practice session. Not saying i couldn't have happened but there's no solid proof of it.It'll be interesting to see if Legends of Pocket Billiards celebrates Jayson setting a new world record with 714 or whether they celebrate Jayson posting a respectable 2nd place finish behind Babe Cranfield's 768.
You actually make some good points sometimes, but why be so rude making them? I think If someone sets a high enough bounty on a 1000 ball run that someone will do it. If no one puts up the money then this 714 may stand for a while.Pull your head out of your own darkness buddy, how long do you think 714 will last as the record if there's a cash reward to break it?? Such a dumbass!!
The thing is Legends of Pocket Billiards recognized Cranfield's run over John Schmidt's 626. So it puts them in an awkward position in terms of celebrating Jayson's accomplishment in their event.From what i've read there were no witnesses that watched entire run. Took place during a practice session. Not saying i couldn't have happened but there's no solid proof of it.
On a gaff table. Those records stand.so just for the record
Jayson just broke the lifetime highrun of following players:
Danny Di Liberto
... 4 times in two consecutive days
edit: 5 times in two consecutive days
Pockets used for years in 14.1 were this size. I watched Sigel's 150 and those pockets looked pretty roomy to me. Back when Mosconi, Crane,etc. were playing they used B'wicks with pockets like this and no one knocks their performances.On a gaff table. Those records stand.
I grew up in a post 'Hustler' room with all GC1's delivered straight from B'wick. All had 5" corners. They didn't make a Tournament version back then. The 'tight table' deal is a fairly new thing to pool. People used to shim them for gambling on but 14.1 events were played on standard GC's.Yeah - these weren't small pockets either. Look at the side pockets.