JJ just took down Josh Roberts after Josh beat Chohan on the one lost side.
JJ got to the hill real quick and Josh went from 4 to 1 to tie it.
JJ sold out the case rack but Josh hung the 3rd ball in his hole and JJ ran a beautiful 8 and out.
One moment youre in heaven the next sent down to hell.
The pool gods are brutal.
JJ meets Efren tomorrow at 11AM Central.
Our man Terry Hanna is posting results of the day soon.
Sure if I lived in beautiful Santa Monica I probably would be hooked up to some high speed internet carrier using the new light bans but I live in no where's ville now surrounded by trees and water. I'll see you at the tournament in New Orleans
If you haven't got the stream from Truck you are missing a great show.
Alex playing SVB on the top table and Efren and JJ on the main.
Efren just ran the most beautiful awe inspiring 9 and out.
He truly is a magician as from no where he opened up clusters and moved
balls in position bobbing and weaving around a funky tricky stack.
Around the stack he is the most dangerous man alive.
I know you guys on the forum can appreciate it like no other pool jockey can.
Efren leads JJ 2 to Zip.
Alex leads the blue gloved SVB 2 to Uno.
JJ put the Jack Cooney old school on Efren and took 2 games from him.
Age comes creeping in the room and puts the curse on Effie.
Made some key mistakes.
JJ keeps putting the rock sitting on the rail.
Efren trying to over do. Needs to settle down.
......a little last night.Corey was playing a guy I forgot who but they were each winning roughly every other game.SVB was playing 2 tables down but I couldn't really see much.On the 10' table Skylar was playing a guy living in St Louis but from Singapore or somewhere and the guy next to me said he never saw Skylar playing so bad.I was talking with 2 guys from KC,both fossils like myself and both real friendly and knowledgable [sp].One had been to the Johnson City tournaments and had great stories.Back to the Big Dog,it was a fine place to play but with no bleachers a poor place to watch....but the Reno tournaments do spoil you....anyway,I think Corey was playing Danny Smith and they were both making every shot in the book.Both very creative with 2-3 ball combo's and all their shots seemed to hit dead center.Don't know the pocket sizes but Diamonds of course.Sorry for the sizzle but no steak as I didn't stay long.