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Old 07-07-2015, 10:13 AM
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Default 1st Annual Super Senior Social Security Open One Pocket Classic Championship

Open to players 70 years of age and over

Bogies Houston (FM 1960)

October 23, 24, 25

$200 entry

$2000 (+?) added

Race to 3 (4?), Double elimination.
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Old 07-07-2015, 10:19 AM
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Forgot to mention, field limited to the first 16 players to post entry

So far:

Wincardona
Jeff Sparks
jrhendy
GulofportDoc
LSJohn
Frank Almanza
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Old 07-07-2015, 10:39 AM
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I'll play in it, if it is in Chicago or anywhere on the East Coast, maybe Florida in the winter.
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Old 07-07-2015, 10:57 AM
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I'll play in it, if it is in Chicago or anywhere on the East Coast, maybe Florida in the winter.
You have the money and the time , just do it. You might be able to get a Gin Rummy game. Dr. Bill
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Old 07-07-2015, 08:52 PM
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You have the money and the time , just do it. You might be able to get a Gin Rummy game. Dr. Bill
I'll be 73 and can't remember the cards my opponent plays so how can I play GIN, in onepocket I always forget my pocket but I can win by telling my opponent he shot the balls in the wrong pocket . I played a guy last week onepocket and paid him $30 because I thought I lost 1 game my son told me I'm losing it I told my son I wanted to see if the guy was honest. My son proved to me I broke even. I told him it was a good investment. True story age caught up to me. I told you when you were young you looked for the suckers ,now look in the mirror because you're the sucker which is a good thing because being the sucker means you got the cash. So when you lose it doesn't hurt too much.
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Old 07-07-2015, 09:40 PM
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I'll be 73 and can't remember the cards my opponent plays so how can I play GIN, in onepocket I always forget my pocket but I can win by telling my opponent he shot the balls in the wrong pocket . I played a guy last week onepocket and paid him $30 because I thought I lost 1 game my son told me I'm losing it I told my son I wanted to see if the guy was honest. My son proved to me I broke even. I told him it was a good investment. True story age caught up to me. I told you when you were young you looked for the suckers ,now look in the mirror because you're the sucker which is a good thing because being the sucker means you got the cash. So when you lose it doesn't hurt too much.
Yea, your right. Just like Hendy say's "i'm the guy I used to look for." Can't remember the last time I lost at the rate i'm losing at now, true. The only good thing about it is..nobody believes me and i'm not getting action.

Dr. Bill
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Old 07-07-2015, 10:46 AM
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We gotta have Rodney drag his butt across town and cough up 2 C's, even though playing tournaments is beneath him...

And what about OldSpurGuy from Beaumont? There must be several other old duffs in the general area who would love to play.

Throw some Ovaltine and Viagra in the car, and hit the road!

~Doc
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Old 07-07-2015, 11:07 AM
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We gotta have Rodney drag his butt across town and cough up 2 C's, even though playing tournaments is beneath him...

And what about OldSpurGuy from Beaumont? There must be several other old duffs in the general area who would love to play.

Throw some Ovaltine and Viagra in the car, and hit the road!

~Doc
I ask Rod yesterday and he said he would considerate it if we needed him, otherwise count him out. Hell, I ain't begging him, he'd prolly beat us all if he entered!!! He can still bring it at 77, I'm a fan.
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Old 07-07-2015, 11:30 AM
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I ask Rod yesterday and he said he would considerate it if we needed him, otherwise count him out. Hell, I ain't begging him, he'd prolly beat us all if he entered!!! He can still bring it at 77, I'm a fan.
We need him. I'm not above begging.

Play on Gold Crowns?
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Old 07-07-2015, 11:41 AM
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I ask Rod yesterday and he said he would considerate it if we needed him, otherwise count him out. Hell, I ain't begging him, he'd prolly beat us all if he entered!!! He can still bring it at 77, I'm a fan.
Jeff, did you play Jtpilot yesterday?? If so, what was the result, could have some tier movement.

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