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jrhendy

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Final three winners side: Bustamante, Santos, Efren

Losers side: Reid Stensrud, Ernesto, Alcano, Oscar &Amar Kang

I lost to Santos and then Alcano.
 

jrhendy

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Final three winners side: Bustamante, Santos, Efren

Losers side: Reid Stensrud, Ernesto, Alcano, Oscar &Amar Kang

I lost to Santos and then Alcano.
Efren & Santos for the hot seat.
 

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Sounds like fun John - wish I was there playing too.....and we could team up and get 11-6 from a couple of those straight-shootin' pinoys...:heh

- Ghosty

PS, Who's the guy Reid? - I never heard his name before.
 

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Sounds like fun John - wish I was there playing too.....and we could team up and get 11-6 from a couple of those straight-shootin' pinoys...:heh

- Ghosty

PS, Who's the guy Reid? - I never heard his name before.
Reid is a young local player out of California billiards.

It would be safe to say that he is playing over his head or got a good draw in the tournament.

He is relatively new to one pocket. I think he has been playing a few years or so.

I would play him even... Unlike the ghost, who I would ask for a little spot. :D

Dud
 

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I have been teaching Reid for about a year. I would give him hints and then let him learn from it. He is a straight shooter who has a long way to go. He had a good draw but all the same, it wasn't a soft field except for me. And he didn't play me. I would like to see him and Dudley play. It would be fun to watch a couple of straight shootin newbies trying to out move each other. I'll make Dudley a 6-5 favorite maybe 7-5. As far as the future for either one, neither will have a "state" named after them.:sorry
Kentucky
 

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I have been teaching Reid for about a year. I would give him hints and then let him learn from it. He is a straight shooter who has a long way to go. He had a good draw but all the same, it wasn't a soft field except for me. And he didn't play me. I would like to see him and Dudley play. It would be fun to watch a couple of straight shootin newbies trying to out move each other. I'll make Dudley a 6-5 favorite maybe 7-5. As far as the future for either one, neither will have a "state" named after them.:sorry
Kentucky
Finally somebody describes my game in the way it should be. I can play well at times but I'm not a very well rounded player. I rely on my strengths (ball making) to make up for my weaknesses. (shot selection/moving)

I'm learning though.. :cool:

I would love to play Reid, he is a good guy who I've always enjoyed matching up with.

Dudley

--> Trying to be Mr. Do right
 

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Finally somebody describes my game in the way it should be. I can play well at times but I'm not a very well rounded player. I rely on my strengths (ball making) to make up for my weaknesses. (shot selection/moving)

I'm learning though.. :cool:

I would love to play Reid, he is a good guy who I've always enjoyed matching up with.

Dudley

--> Trying to be Mr. Do right
Reid played great and beat Ernesto to come in 4th. Ernesto had a bad scratch but Reid took advantage of it.

He handled himself very well against tough competition.
 

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Reid is a young local player out of California billiards.

It would be safe to say that he is playing over his head or got a good draw in the tournament.

He is relatively new to one pocket. I think he has been playing a few years or so.

I would play him even... Unlike the ghost, who I would ask for a little spot. :D

Dud

No problem Simon, we'll just get that all settled ahead of time...here ya go - just print it out and bring it with you the next time we play...:) ------>
 

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Reid played great and beat Ernesto to come in 4th. Ernesto had a bad scratch but Reid took advantage of it.

He handled himself very well against tough competition.
Sounds like I would have my hands full against him. Great Playing Reid!!
 

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No problem Simon, we'll just get that all settled ahead of time...here ya go - just print it out and bring it with you the next time we play...:) ------>
Pretty slick maneuver there ghost... You're online woofing skills are second to none.

I've never been very smart when it comes to matching up.. I Just try and outrun it. :frus

Dudley
 

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Reid played great and beat Ernesto to come in 4th. Ernesto had a bad scratch but Reid took advantage of it.

He handled himself very well against tough competition.
Good going Reid. Where's my jelly? At least tell em whare you lernt it.
 
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