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JohnInNH 05-07-2019 12:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Jimmy B (Post 256967)
He beat that girl and then he and the boy in the white T-shirt and glove decided to chop. Salas..

Hi Steve,

As much as I would have liked another shot at Francisco by this time it was 12:15am and Francisco and I were going to play a race to 4, I figured another 3 hours before we are done, I talked Francisco into splitting the dollars and I would give him first place honors and he accepted.

Bob Newkirk I'm 78 not 80, I admit to being an old man it took two days to recover from the tournament.

Francisco is a great shooter I left him shots that most guys would miss, he never blinked, He was head and shoulders above everyone else there.

The tv table was very tough to get used to not only was it very fast but the cue ball seemed to increase speed when it hit the rail.

I had a great time at the tournament the people here were very supportive, I was very surprised that they could put together 32 entries.

Thanks everyone for your support.

Looking forward to the next tournament in Philly, driving down with my wife Terry and brother Richard, we will be arriving on Wednesday, hoping to take in the sights downtown.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the pool hall.

John

12squared 05-07-2019 01:02 PM

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Originally Posted by JohnInNH (Post 257003)
Hi Steve,

As much as I would have liked another shot at Francisco by this time it was 12:15am and Francisco and I were going to play a race to 4, I figured another 3 hours before we are done, I talked Francisco into splitting the dollars and I would give him first place honors and he accepted.

Bob Newkirk I'm 78 not 80, I admit to being an old man it took two days to recover from the tournament.

Francisco is a great shooter I left him shots that most guys would miss, he never blinked, He was head and shoulders above everyone else there.

The tv table was very tough to get used to not only was it very fast but the cue ball seemed to increase speed when it hit the rail.

I had a great time at the tournament the people here were very supportive, I was very surprised that they could put together 32 entries.

Thanks everyone for your support.

Looking forward to the next tournament in Philly, driving down with my wife Terry and brother Richard, we will be arriving on Wednesday, hoping to take in the sights downtown.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the pool hall.

John

Congratulations, John. Nice showing and playing. See you soon.

NH Steve 05-07-2019 06:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JohnInNH (Post 257003)
Hi Steve,

As much as I would have liked another shot at Francisco by this time it was 12:15am and Francisco and I were going to play a race to 4, I figured another 3 hours before we are done, I talked Francisco into splitting the dollars and I would give him first place honors and he accepted.

Bob Newkirk I'm 78 not 80, I admit to being an old man it took two days to recover from the tournament.

Francisco is a great shooter I left him shots that most guys would miss, he never blinked, He was head and shoulders above everyone else there.

The tv table was very tough to get used to not only was it very fast but the cue ball seemed to increase speed when it hit the rail.

I had a great time at the tournament the people here were very supportive, I was very surprised that they could put together 32 entries.

Thanks everyone for your support.

Looking forward to the next tournament in Philly, driving down with my wife Terry and brother Richard, we will be arriving on Wednesday, hoping to take in the sights downtown.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the pool hall.

John

John great write up, thank you! Yeah, you had a very impressive run Sunday ó wow!! Iím 10 years younger than you but I was the one that ran out of steam. Congratulations on a fantastic finish, and being an inspiration for getting older and still playing great pool!!!


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