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  • Welcome to OnePocket.org!

    Although a lot of effort has gone into getting this web site up and running, there certainly is lots of room for improvement. Your comments and suggestions would be very welcome. What can OnePocket.org do to better serve the One Pocket community?

    If you have not yet signed up, it is easy, it is free, and you can comfortably maintain your privacy, while taking a little step towards building a network of One Pocket players, fans and supporters.

  • #2
    Originally posted by onepocket
    Although a lot of effort has gone into getting this web site up and running, there certainly is lots of room for improvement. Your comments and suggestions would be very welcome. What can OnePocket.org do to better serve the One Pocket community?

    If you have not yet signed up, it is easy, it is free, and you can comfortably maintain your privacy, while taking a little step towards building a network of One Pocket players, fans and supporters.
    steve THANK YOU for putting together this site. KUDOS TO YOU. and have another beer on me. ( my bar tab keeps going up . yikes )

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    • #3
      Thanks Steve---this site is the best and it's because of you. If we meet (probably at the DCC) the beer is on me and plenty of it.

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      • #4
        You're welcome

        ... but what makes the forum great is all of the input from so many different people over the years -- I couldn't do it without ALL of you.

        Steve
        "One Pocket, it's an epidemic and there ain't no cure."
        -- Strawberry Brooks

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        • #5
          I just noticed that OnePocket.org reached it's 10th anniversary a week or so ago!

          Time flies, when you are having fun
          "One Pocket, it's an epidemic and there ain't no cure."
          -- Strawberry Brooks

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          • #6
            Congratulations for ten years and on a job very well done, and thank you for all your efforts.

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            • #7
              I remember Steve handing out ONEPocket.org business cards at Hard Times Billiards in Sacramento CA for the 2004 One Pocket Jamboree.

              Steve wanted to know if he could be matched up with the legendary player Ronnie Allen.
              Been practicing more and more... still need a consistant stroke and glasses

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              • #8
                happy anniversary steve
                job well done

                larry

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                • #9
                  I'd just been thinking lately that it must be about time for 1po's 10th anniversary, so it's nice to see that it is!

                  Congratulations, Steve. You've weathered the storm and all the hard work to make this the wonderful site that it is. It's a pleasure to say that I've been with the site almost all of the way.

                  Cheers! ~Doc

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by SactownTom View Post
                    I remember Steve handing out ONEPocket.org business cards at Hard Times Billiards in Sacramento CA for the 2004 One Pocket Jamboree.

                    Steve wanted to know if he could be matched up with the legendary player Ronnie Allen.
                    ...and I got my wish -- whereupon of course Ronnie promptly dispatched me, despite the fact he was 'over the hill' lol.
                    "One Pocket, it's an epidemic and there ain't no cure."
                    -- Strawberry Brooks

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                    • #11
                      Welcome to OnePocket.org!

                      Thanks very much Steve. if you had only done this for 9 years, I never would have found this fantastic resource and knowledgable group of people. I am very thankful to have found 1p.org so again thank you for keeping the lights on . Mitch.
                      Mitch needs to remember to play the score and that it's better to win than to look like a hero.

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                      • #12
                        Not enough

                        Not enough thanks can be given to you for giving us enthusiasts and junkies a platform to exchange knowledge, share information, tell stories, interact with legends, meet people who we probably would have never met who share the same passion, etc. The list goes on.

                        Congrads on the 10th anny. May we have 100 more.


                        YOU CAN BET THE SUN, MOON AND THE STARS!!!

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