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Old 12-02-2010, 10:45 PM
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Last time I saw PatchEye play was maybe 3 yrs ago. He played JAM up, solid A speed. I heard he had a stroke since then, and I don't know how well he plays now. But he was definitely in his 70's at the time.

Yeah and I'll add this to agree with you...out of all the strong older players that I've seen play, after they were 70 or older - Patcheye played at the highest speed out of all of them.

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Old 12-03-2010, 05:05 AM
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Yeah and I'll add this to agree with you...out of all the strong older players that I've seen play, after they were 70 or older - Patcheye played at the highest speed out of all of them.

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The three off the best I would pick are Taylor Wimpy Kelly. I think thesse three players could have beaten the 65 and over players. Especialy Taylor and Kelly.

But again thier were a lot off great players. And too pick one would be unfair and imposable. Because on any given day any one off the great player could have beat the other player.
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Old 12-03-2010, 09:16 AM
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Marshall Carpenter would definitely be the clear winner in the 80 or over category. I didn't realize that Little Al was that strong. Does he never leave Southern Commufornia?

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Old 12-03-2010, 09:54 AM
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Marshall Carpenter would definitely be the clear winner in the 80 or over category. I didn't realize that Little Al was that strong. Does he never leave Southern Commufornia?

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Not very often Doc, but he does come up north for the Chuck Markulis Memorial 9 ball & usually cashes.

He still makes cues in his shop at Hard Times, Bellflower and stays pretty busy.
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