Pool and Snooker Railbird
Keith wears a mask every time he steps out of the house. Every single time.Question for JAM -- Out of curiosity I wondered whether Keith (whose game I've admired for many years) still sometimes plays in these tournaments, and does he wear a mask when he attends now?
Thanks for any reply.
The point of this thread when I initiated it was truly not about the pros and cons of wearing masks. It's about pool tournaments and weekly league events happening during this pandemic. Unfortunately, many of tournament-goers and league-goers are not social distancing and/or wearing masks. Either they don't think the pandemic is serious or they want to exercise their "personal choice."
I have many friends who own pool rooms, and I can empathize with their stance for economical reasons to remain open and provide a venue for pool events. It helps them financially stay afloat, and we need pool rooms more than ever in USA. So many have gone under in the past decade, actually ever since the smoking ban. Pool is not popular with mainstream America. We are, indeed, a small microcosm in the world of sports.
In this regard, should pool tournaments and leagues be happening during a global pandemic, one in which the United States has the highest rate of infection and deaths? That's the pool-related question that initiated this thread.