All aspects of the game, strategy, runs, etc. Main focus is 8ball, 9ball, and straight pool. Pattern Play, 2-way shots, kicks, banks, throws, trick shots, shot selection, caroms, league play, safety play, and more. Don't ask me about cue's, manufacturers, how much a table is worth, etc. I just don't know.
20 years playing pool
BCA, APA, and past amateur leagues/tours
Bachelors in Business Administration/Marketing
I have been playing pool for over 20 years and read about it any chance I get.
Win more tournaments and get my kids into tournaments.
Rules vary from place to place. Know the rules so you don't lose on a technicality.
|Mr B||04/25/16||10||10||10||Thanks for the short and sweet answer .....|
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Rule #32 under EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS as stated for the rules of the National tournament: "In general, any piece of equipment designed specifically for pocket billiards, with the exeption of laser devices
time will depend on how many tables you have and length of races. 2 tables and race to 1 will probably take 3 hours. Race to 3 will probably take closer to 5 hours. Just use a regular 16-person tournament
Referee should have yielded to what player A stated. Sounds like he knew it was a double hit and agreed it was a foul so it was a foul. If he didn't agree that it was a foul and the ref couldn't make
Jason....THAT SUCKS!!!! I don't play VNEA, but I play APA and a similar rule is true for APA. If you shoot the wrong ball it SHOULD BE A FOUL AUTOMATICALLY!!! But, their crappy rules allow for you
Since none of your balls were made yet, the scratch doesn't help you. Since the other 2 didn't claim a group, then 1 of each of those gets spotted. If one other player had claimed a group then only 1