Bellflower Billiards was a haven of great players and lots of action for a couple of years around 1971. As the premier all night room, many a great player showed up for the happening each night. Here's just a few of the players who were there; Cole Dickson, Dr. Bill, Ritchie Florence, Wade Crane, Ronnie Allen, Eddie Burton, Ray Booth, NY Blackie, Alibi Al, Hawaiian Brian, Larry Liscotti, Larry Hubbard, Mike Siegal, Denny Sercey, Kieth MeCready and many more. The action table was the front snooker table where friday nights six ball ring game started off at $5/10 then would finish up early monday mornings sometimes at $20/40 or higher. The players moved in and out of the game all weekend with lots of stakehorses. As a young player I took a few shots in that six ball game but I just couldn't pull off a win. Those greats shot too straight. Larry Liscotti made the big money. He was just an awesome position player on that table. I believe over the course of a year he made 100K clear and took it all back to New England. Being an LA guy, this room was the best continous action I remember. Oh, there were were other rooms around the country where big scores were made but this room had action nonstop on every table all the time. As a shortstop, I was around another 50 or so shortstops so the woofing and matching up was an ongoing never ending stream of gaming each other. In earlier threads I've mentioned the Hollywood action but when it came to after hours nothing was better than Bellflower.