Got my new table today.

Side Pocket

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Can't wait to post some century runs on my new table. Way easier than my modified 10 foot Brunswick.
 

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Tony_in_MD

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325 @ 165 in a teeshirt.

DL was my best lift, could'nt lockout 602 for a Junior National qualifying total. Only had to go that high because I only did an opening attempt in squat due to the fact that I could not squat for 3 months prior to the meet, due to an injury in training of Xmas.

Haven't touched a weight in 35 years, that stuff would break me in half now. :grin-square:

Me too.

67.5 and 75 Kg

You look bigger

I was 211 pounds and bench pressed 410 pounds at that time.
 

Side Pocket

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That's awesome!

I quit 10 years ago because I kept tearing my pec right before the contest.
 

Tony_in_MD

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So you went from power lifting to pool like I did.

Two sports that could not be more different.

Trendsetters we are....

:grin:
 

ChrisinNC

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After you played on it for a while, I’d be curious how you would compare 14.1 high runs between the two tables? How tight did you say the corner pockets were on your 10 foot table? My guess would be a 28 ball run on your 10 foot table is the equivalent in toughness to a 42+ ball run on your 9 foot diamond table?
 

Side Pocket

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After you played on it for a while, I’d be curious how you would compare 14.1 high runs between the two tables? How tight did you say the corner pockets were on your 10 foot table? My guess would be a 28 ball run on your 10 foot table is the equivalent in toughness to a 42+ ball run on your 9 foot diamond table?

Pockets on my 10 foot Brunswick were 4.25.
 
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