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Old 08-18-2012, 05:26 PM
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Ooohhh touchy today aren't we. Where and how do you read into that,that I ever put anyone down.I really don't understand that one,buddy.But WHATEVER.I think you need a little pat on the back today. John B.

PS,I didn't put you down or anybody else

pps: Me and Back Playing are good friends too
Dearest CatfishBreath,

Not touchy at all today except I'm getting ready to go in and work 12 hours.

When you refer to players who bet their own as suckers then you should expect a response, that's all. You can get your pats on the back from all the yo-yo's, I give 'em out when deserved.

P.S. You & BackPlaying being friends ain't got nuttin' to do with nuttin'.

Damn, just blew out my "spellcheck".

Take care John.

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Old 08-18-2012, 05:36 PM
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I believe the man answered this question for you already.


As to your other point, I guess we can just assume.



Just think John, soon they may have a Bank Forum on the All-Zaniness site and you'll have hundreds if not thousands of people patting you on the back & telling you how witty you are for repeating things that are said in poolrooms everyday. Of course, you still won't be sure how you'd do bettin' your own.





Maybe while you're having so much fun putting down players who bet their own you'd like to put down AB too?


Cowboy "knows how he does betting his own" Dennis
Gee, I wonder why the site that you claim to make fun of(but still find time to quote and reference all of the time) has more players and more top players. Maybe it's because there's so much going on over there that it doesn't get derailed by one asshole that knows everything and isn't afraid to tell everybody with a scowl on his face.

You know, I started playing because I needed something to do and somebody asked me if I wanted to join a pool team - APA, of course. I've had the same full-time job since before I started playing 7 1/2 years ago. I've got a car payment and a student loan payment(and a girlfriend). I have no relatives in Oregon, so I have to pay to travel to see them. I've improved by playing almost entirely in a bar, quite a bit just by myself. I've played even all the way up to a couple of the Western BCA Master runner-ups(I'm still a B), though a couple of games I did get a spot and ended up giving it up. Yeah, I bet my own with what little I had. If I didn't have to, I sure as hell wouldn't have. There's a difference between having balls and risking the important things in life.

To come on here and see you nitpicking and just being a jerkoff in general to people gets old. I liked the WWYD stuff, but mostly it devolves into people arguing shot choices that could be just as good either way depending on the execution. Other than that, I've picked up quite a bit of information from AZB since I found it and most of it has come without some no-longer-playing asshole trying to tell me that I don't know shit.

Some day I hope I can afford to get Brumback out here and hook him into a sturgeon, but the funds have been needed elsewhere this year. He's a good guy, is willing to offer advice to schmuck B players like me and just likes to talk pool with a smile on his face. I had kept Freddy's number in my cell phone for a few years, hoping that when my brother lived in Janesville I could get down to Chicago and get some learning on, but I've got a little ways to go and money's needed for that, too. Lots of other good people on here, too. Maybe they could care less for me, I don't know. You are passionate about pool, but you turn into a condescending asshole too often.

Have fun with your little playground. I know that I'll still be seeing all of the other friendly faces over at the other place. Sorry, 1P.org, I've had all I can take.

I'm out.
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Old 08-18-2012, 05:48 PM
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Dearest CatfishBreath,

Not touchy at all today except I'm getting ready to go in and work 12 hours.

When you refer to players who bet their own as suckers then you should expect a response, that's all. You can get your pats on the back from all the yo-yo's, I give 'em out when deserved.

P.S. You & BackPlaying being friends ain't got nuttin' to do with nuttin'.

Damn, just blew out my "spellcheck".

Take care John.

Dennis
That's cool.Don't work to hard old buddy Hurry back and I'll mess with ya somemore JB
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Old 08-18-2012, 09:28 PM
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I don't think I have ever seen a game where strong ego's come forward as much as pool. When you start getting older like me and several others here, our ego's get even bigger because we can't perform like we once did, and have to dwell on the past. I wouldn't take anything said here on a pool forum personally!
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Old 08-19-2012, 05:14 PM
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That's cool.Don't work to hard old buddy Hurry back and I'll mess with ya somemore JB
I'm finally going to shoot some tomorrow, woo hoo. Do you have any tips? How should I hit a 6' straight-back? I might be on a bartable and I wanna practice my long shots. Maybe with top-right low-left?. Actually I'll be playing snooker with a guy from work who loves it since I taught it to him.

Take care CFB.

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Old 08-19-2012, 07:24 PM
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I'm finally going to shoot some tomorrow, woo hoo. Do you have any tips? How should I hit a 6' straight-back? I might be on a bartable and I wanna practice my long shots. Maybe with top-right low-left?. Actually I'll be playing snooker with a guy from work who loves it since I taught it to him.

Take care CFB.

RBL
Yes, by the way I have a very good tip for you.Here it is...use an open bridge on every shot.It lets you see the line better which is paramount on the snooker table. I used to play a little 6ball and payball myself. CFB

PS: stay off the funny meds or get checked for adt or adh or whatever that condition is Hope you play good,I aint never played one game of snooker
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Old 08-19-2012, 08:30 PM
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I don't think I have ever seen a game where strong ego's come forward as much as pool. When you start getting older like me and several others here, our ego's get even bigger because we can't perform like we once did, and have to dwell on the past. I wouldn't take anything said here on a pool forum personally!
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Old 08-20-2012, 11:03 AM
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To keep to the thread topic... here are my picks:

John Brumback
Brian Gregg
Shannon Daulton
Alex Pagulayan
Scott Frost
Jason Miller
Truman Hogue
Efren Reyes
Louis Demarco
Chris Gentile

If keeping to just US players I would add:

SVB and Richie Richeson
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Old 08-20-2012, 12:50 PM
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To keep to the thread topic... here are my picks:

John Brumback
Brian Gregg
Shannon Daulton
Alex Pagulayan
Scott Frost
Jason Miller
Truman Hogue
Efren Reyes
Louis Demarco
Chris Gentile

If keeping to just US players I would add:

SVB and Richie Richeson

Boy,you keep up with pool,dont ya? That's a good list.Just wondering if that's in your picked order or did you just toss them up there? Doesn't matter just curious. John B.

PS: I hope to get to play golf with you guys before the season is over.I'll just need 5 or 6 a side Gots lots of aches and pains
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Old 08-20-2012, 01:46 PM
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To keep to the thread topic... here are my picks:

John Brumback
Brian Gregg
Shannon Daulton
Alex Pagulayan
Scott Frost
Jason Miller
Truman Hogue
Efren Reyes
Louis Demarco
Chris Gentile

If keeping to just US players I would add:

SVB and Richie Richeson
I'm not a bank pool enthusiast but I wouldn't leave Justin Hall out of the top three players on anyone's list.

Dr. Bill
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