Efren, Earl and Francisco in Berlin

fruehlein

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Hi everybody,

What a great event that was - a lifetime experience. Link to more pictures underneath the picture

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See a lot more pictures from that event here:

http://blog.markus-hofstaetter.at/

Or on FB https://www.facebook.com/mhaustria/posts/1696671950413155


Greets from Austria,
Markus
 
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JAM

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Oh, man, what a photo! Wow! Good catch of the Efren face. Very cool pool pic! Well done!
 

Kimmo H.

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Seriously impressive pictures. You clearly know your way around with a camera :wink: Love the way you managed to catch the atmosphere there in your pictures :cool:

Thanks for sharing!
 

pt109

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I love this picture.....the Bata

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Pool is a beautiful game....played with ugly cues....:)

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fruehlein

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Thanks a lot guys - there is something special coming up soon - I will keep you posted here.
 

westcoast

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The old guys Efren and Earl can still play. If you guys haven't watched this match, you should

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8Cl5gzac88

From about the 27 minute mark and on , Earl puts on quite an exhibition of shooting (particularly nice shot at the 33:10 mark). He runs out so effortlessly when he is the zone, even at age 56. He certainly has a lot of issues, but when he is shooting like that there is no other player I'd rather watch.
 
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AtLarge

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The old guys Efren and Earl can still play. If you guys haven't watched this match, you should

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8Cl5gzac88 ...

They both played well in parts, with some fine shots.

One peculiar thing. In Game 7, Efren legally pocketed the 9-ball and also slopped in the 10-ball (c. 24:50). The ref spotted the 10-ball, but not on the foot spot. Instead, he put it in what looked like its racking position, a few inches behind the foot spot. Efren pointed to the foot spot and said something, but the ref left it where he had put it.
 
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