Stefano Pelinga"s New Book Bringing The House Down

Palmetto cue

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Wondering who else has had the time to read this book?
Just finished a couple weeks ago. Gotta say, really enjoyed it! Was surprised by the amount of information, and diagrammed shots. Also his life story was very interesting. I expected the diagrams of trick shots, but not the thorough fundamental instructions he gives. over 300 pages of something for everybody. If you have a pool library I think this book is a must!
 

Black-Balled

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Cool. I'll be reading this.

I met him at a pool room in Vegas (2015?) and he was very nice to a random me..

Now that cotton, on the other hand...why would he not acknowledge who he was?! I told him I was a tourist with a couple hours to kill and some dollars to earn.

Lol. Pool players...
 

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Wondering who else has had the time to read this book?
Just finished a couple weeks ago. Gotta say, really enjoyed it! Was surprised by the amount of information, and diagrammed shots. Also his life story was very interesting. I expected the diagrams of trick shots, but not the thorough fundamental instructions he gives. over 300 pages of something for everybody. If you have a pool library I think this book is a must!
i just bought it
i look forward to reading it
 

Chicagoplayer

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Wondering who else has had the time to read this book?
Just finished a couple weeks ago. Gotta say, really enjoyed it! Was surprised by the amount of information, and diagrammed shots. Also his life story was very interesting. I expected the diagrams of trick shots, but not the thorough fundamental instructions he gives. over 300 pages of something for everybody. If you have a pool library I think this book is a must!
I don’t believe there’s a hard copy-

(Humble brag coming), Im in there😃

Stefano was in town to translate for Olympic Gold Medal Boxer, Nino Benvenutti (and his wife Nadi) on his award from NIASHF (National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame) President George Randazzo-
 

ShootingArts

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I recall he drives a Lambo at work.

Probably moved on from that now but years ago he was the high speed pursuit specialist for a department in Italy, Rome I think. That would be a hell of a job! Every chase would deserve movie footage. His everyday work vehicle was a supercar. I don't recall the brand at the moment and it might have changed sometimes.

Stefano seems like a guy that knows how to squeeze the fun out of life. He would be a pleasure to be around.

Hu
 

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Probably moved on from that now but years ago he was the high speed pursuit specialist for a department in Italy, Rome I think. That would be a hell of a job! Every chase would deserve movie footage. His everyday work vehicle was a supercar. I don't recall the brand at the moment and it might have changed sometimes.

Stefano seems like a guy that knows how to squeeze the fun out of life. He would be a pleasure to be around.

Hu
Probably too fast for me but the book looks good. lol
 
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