My light saber is LD
Without a doubt it's Buddy Hall as far as rotation games go and John Schmidt for 14.1
tommy "buttermilk" brown (deceased) from paris, tn; no not the one in daytona beach. he didn't offer much advice but when he did, i listened. he played with an old house cue and took it with him everywhere he went. he was the first guy that taught me the power of keeping your opponent in his chair by putting together multiple packages and high runs. he was a certified nut (u.s. army) but he sure could play some pool. he also took me on my first road trip. of course he went bust, but u learn from those too.
I've spent some time in paris tn....never got to see buttermilk brown play but plenty of people have told me stories.....do we know each other? Pm me
When you watch a player play a great match and you learned a lot from watching the match. Who was the player that you learned the most from watching them play a match? Did I say that right? Thanks for your input. Which player do you like to watch the most?
Lock N Load.
Grady Mathews gave my my first 10 min lesson back in the 80's, and lately i am amazed by Dennis O and Darren A, Lo win style of play, as well as Alex P all great shot makers. In one pocket, Efren and Shannon D. Steve Davis snooker legend, 1st game i played back in the 70's.
Howard Barrett. I watched that old man play in the Weekly $5 9-ball event in his 80's sometimes wheeling around oxygen. What I learned from him was his never give up attitude. 80+ years young and still cashing in the tourneys and they weren't handicapped tourneys either.
Howard would also sweat one hole matches with me and tell me what moves and shots the players would take before they took them. He taught me a lot about the game and myself and I miss him dearly.
I watched Efren make a ridiculous cut shot up the long rail one time, and after some practice shooting it just like Efren,
I was able to make the shot.
The ball was not frozen and he didn't use any english.
I've told people to watch certain women pro's, because overall I think they have better basic fundamentals.