Is Schmidt's and charlie 626 Legit

JazzyJeff87

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Nah.... I don't think he'll be back, barring any other proclamations that get out via Facebook or other means. Not in this thread, anyway.

Then again, he might get bored, and come back to mix things up.

Have we all forgotten that Danny is radarx?
 

Black-Balled

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Sorry Jeffyjazz. Radar is not xradarx, I am though. Maybe DH is not the only wily and paranoid creature who also thinks they are psychiatrists/psychologists and can just heap those accusations upon anyone that they choose to. Shame..Shame...

Not an easy one to forget?

Partly right on and nothing limiting trolling here!

Whoa there pardner!!! Summary from someones's questionable memory bank. 50 attendees, not one question from anyone and absolutely no answers from the presenters. Approximately 189 shots speedily talked over and we're supposed to believe that the viewer was super attentive and missed nothing at somewhere near 50 FPS to possibly 150 FPS. All of this while filling himself on free spaghetti and meatballs. Is this all you got for the free admission, and paid food???
Do you actually think that he counted each and every shot of the 627 shots?? I don' think so!!!
Easy! just continue...
Still only a handful of what-ifs and vaguely plausible possibility.

Too bad (for you, hilarious to us) that you couldn't come up with anything of actual substance.

You can see the vid too, you know?
 

JazzyJeff87

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Perhaps radar is truly on the spectrum and has answered posts as Danny during times he felt like he really was him. Because it’s happened more than once
 

JazzyJeff87

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im-posters everywhere, have to play some game when not playing pool. Perhaps you're still playing RPS. Who(m) knows? I changed the charade and decided to call a halt to feeding others' ego.

I will always be playing RPS. It brings order from chaos, just like pool and archery.

Im gonna archer this fox 🦊 that’s been bullying my cat and screaming in my back yard at all hours.

You may be A-OK 👌 but complaining about plato o plomo jokes is not the way to become a savage.
 

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since Bob didn't specifically say there was not a person in the audience bearing a strong resemblance to DH in a fake mustache and sitting next to a Navy video forensics expert...I can only conclude that Danny has seen the video.

Sent from the future.
 

Bob Jewett

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Whoa there pardner!!! Summary from someones's questionable memory bank. 50 attendees, not one question from anyone and absolutely no answers from the presenters. Approximately 189 shots speedily talked over and we're supposed to believe that the viewer was super attentive and missed nothing at somewhere near 50 FPS to possibly 150 FPS. All of this while filling himself on free spaghetti and meatballs. Is this all you got for the free admission, and paid food???
Do you actually think that he counted each and every shot of the 627 shots?? I don' think so!!! ...
Well, look what crawled out of jail.

Liar.

There were lots of questions from the audience and the food was not free.

As for counting each and every ball your comment makes me, along with the others, wonder about your familiarity with 14.1. But you are right in a sense: on several shots, which might have been three or four, more than one ball was pocketed, so the run had fewer than 627 shots.

Here are the 45 break balls during the run and the position relative to the rack.

Rack -- Break Ball -- BB Position -- Break Shot Time
1 1 L 0:00:00
2 4 R 0:03:25
3 13 R 0:06:10
4 5 L 0:09:13
5 13 L 0:13:10
6 14 L 0:17:18
7 2 L 0:20:50
8 1 L 0:24:43
9 5 R 0:28:01
10 10 R 0:31:26
11 9 R 0:36:04
12 14 R 0:40:45
13 12 R 0:44:07
14 2 R 0:47:57
15 6 L 0:52:50
16 2 R 0:56:24
17 3 L 0:59:46
18 8 R 1:03:43
19 6 L 1:08:01
20 2 L 1:14:04
21 4 B 1:20:21
22 1 SL 1:26:46
23 8 L 1:36:50
24 7 L 1:40:50
25 1 R 1:46:58
26 6 R 1:51:49
27 11 R 1:58:45
28 9 L 2:04:05
29 5 R 2:08:39
30 3 B 2:16:09
31 1 SL 2:21:15
32 6 B 2:29:03
33 5 L 2:34:46
34 7 R 2:39:53
35 4 R 2:48:48
36 5 R 2:55:49
37 1 L 3:03:29
38 13 R 3:10:05
39 9 R 3:22:55
40 12 L 3:26:55
41 9 L 3:32:22
42 6 B 3:38:39
43 7 L 3:43:26
44 5 L 3:48:49
45 9 R 3:59:58

L and R were side of the rack breaks, B was below the rack, and S was into a side pocket both of which were with ball in hand in the kitchen.

I would be flabbergasted if there were no transcription error in the above data from my hand-written notes.
 

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Using Bob's data, here's how the pace of play proceeded (approximately) throughout the run, for each group of 7 racks (98 balls):

1st 98 -- 24 min., or 4.1 balls per minute (bpm)
2nd 98 -- 28 min., 3.5 bpm
3rd 98 -- 34 min., 2.9 bpm
4th 98 -- 42 min., 2.3 bpm
5th 98 -- 47 min., 2.1 bpm
6th 98 -- 48 min., 2.0 bpm
final 38 balls -- 20 min., 1.9 bpm

Total -- 626 balls in 4 hrs and 3 min. (per prior info), 2.6 bpm
 

justadub

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Using Bob's data, here's how the pace of play proceeded (approximately) throughout the run, for each group of 7 racks (98 balls):

1st 98 -- 24 min., or 4.1 balls per minute (bpm)
2nd 98 -- 28 min., 3.5 bpm
3rd 98 -- 34 min., 2.9 bpm
4th 98 -- 42 min., 2.3 bpm
5th 98 -- 47 min., 2.1 bpm
6th 98 -- 48 min., 2.0 bpm
final 38 balls -- 20 min., 1.9 bpm

Total -- 626 balls in 4 hrs and 3 min. (per prior info), 2.6 bpm

Your number crunching skills continue to amaze...thanks for providing this stuff
 

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More from Bob's info:

Breaks with object ball on left side of rack -- 19
Breaks with object ball on right side of rack -- 20
Breaks with object ball below rack -- 4
Breaks into a side pocket, cue ball in kitchen -- 2
 

Bob Jewett

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More from Bob's info:

Breaks from left side of rack -- 19
Breaks from right side of rack -- 20
Breaks from below rack -- 4
Breaks into a side pocket, cb in kitchen -- 2

One of the breaks below the rack was a one-rail break. No other break shot hit the cushion first. He was fortunate to get past that one-rail break as the cue ball ended up below the rack.
 

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The data reveal some regrettable biases.

The only ball never used for a break ball was the 15-ball. That's just not right.

The 1-ball and 5-ball were most popular with 6 breaks each, and the 6-ball and 9-ball were close behind with 5 each.

The 10-ball and 11-ball were largely shunned, with just one usage apiece.
 

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logical

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The data reveal some regrettable biases.

The only ball never used for a break ball was the 15-ball. That's just not right.

The 1-ball and 5-ball were most popular with 6 breaks each, and the 6-ball and 9-ball were close behind with 5 each.

The 10-ball and 11-ball were largely shunned, with just one usage apiece.
As a 3rd generation 15 ball, I am not at all surprised. We've been kept down by whitey for hundreds of years.

Sent from the future.
 

pt109

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The data reveal some regrettable biases.

The only ball never used for a break ball was the 15-ball. That's just not right.

The 1-ball and 5-ball were most popular with 6 breaks each, and the 6-ball and 9-ball were close behind with 5 each.

The 10-ball and 11-ball were largely shunned, with just one usage apiece.

I’m guessing these are not the team colors for JS

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Bob Jewett

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As a 3rd generation 15 ball, I am not at all surprised. We've been kept down by whitey for hundreds of years.
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In the olden days, playing rotation, the 15 was the most prized.

But you are wrong to blame whitey. It is the other balls of color that are holding you back. They now present themselves as more valuable, and although that's not true at 14.1, still the stigma carries.
 
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