- Dec 16, 2008
I certainly don't want to argue with anyone named "Big" before their name, but, I'd have to point out that 1999 is not a "few" years back.Efren only started playing banks a few years back, yet he came in 2nd. (DCC) Against John brumback a few years back, so that makes him better than a tramp oline player.
I see that you are from Cincinnati. I know two great bankers from Cincinnati who for absolute sure wouldnt bet the game on the 2 ball, Joey Spaeth and Clem Metz.I cannot see a top bank pool player passing on that 2 ball for the win. The odds have to be heavily in his favor making that shot to win than the incoming player to run 3 and out if he misses. He has to figure to hang that 2 ball in the hole at worst.
If the CB was frozen on the top rail, that's whole other story.
I see that you are from Cincinnati. I know two great bankers from Cincinnati who for absolute sure wouldnt bet the game on the 2 ball, Joey Spaeth and Clem Metz.
Dear CatFishBreath,Any top flight bankpool player would not think twice about smokin that 2 straight back,no matter what the score is.Just bc he missed it does not mean it's not the right shot. Futhermore it's layin perfect to hit it with my method (over cut it and stun the cball ) ( that pocket is a foot wide on the tv table with my method)the cball stuns off the side rail right to the bottom of the end rail on the middle diamond. John B.
Side note: Joey and Clem never ever played bank pool:sorry.I played alot of pool with Joey and knew Clem pretty good.
PS: does anyone think that Buggs would not fire the 2 straight back?:lol
Well crap....I can't argue with any of that:frus CFBDear CatFishBreath,
How many top Bank players would shoot the 2 on their own dime??? NONE, that's how many, because they don't have a dime.
P.S. Bugs would shoot at anything, he wasn't betting his own either.