Tag archive for ‘Advantage’
By Pool and Billiards News On Monday, June 11th, 2012
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Fisher earned back to back U.S. Open titles

Fisher earns back-to-back WPBA U.S. Open 9-Ball titles Tournament highlighted by close matches By SEAN CHAFFIN Two pool-playing titanms squared off in battle to take home the WPBA U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship. More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Thursday, January 7th, 2010
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Hill Earns Back-to-Back Billiards Wins

Hill Earns Back-to-Back Billiards Wins Dominiak Cues Northeast 10-Ball Tour / Worcester, MA by Kevin Vidal Chuck Hill earned another first-place finish on the Dominiak Cues Northeast 10-Ball Tour, making it two More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Monday, November 16th, 2009
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Ouschan Aces WPBA Tour Championship

Ouschan Aces WPBA Tour Championship WPBA Tour Championship / Hollywood, FL by Anne Craig – WPBA The WPBA Tour Championship finals were set as two fierce competitors entered the arena, ready to do battle for More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Monday, May 4th, 2009
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Tucker Takes Down Tetreault on Joss Billiard Tour

Tucker Takes Two for the Win Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour / Providence, RI by Skip Maloney In something of a roller coaster ride, Joe Tucker returned from a defeat among the winners’ side final four to take both More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Friday, January 9th, 2009
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Shuffett Surpasses Louisville Billiard Field

Hogue 9-Ball Tournament / Louisville, KY by Tom Fryer Youth was served at Louisville’s bank shot Billiards January 5, as 14-year-old Landon Shuffett took the $1,000 first prize in Truman Hogue’s 9-ball event. More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Wednesday, August 15th, 2007
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The Psychology of Pool

The term “psychology” is often included in conversations about pool, probably because the sport is considered to have such a significant mental component. I’m using the term in this column, however, somewhat More...

By Pool and Billiards News On Wednesday, August 15th, 2007
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Adapting to a New Cue

In the last issue, I told you how I switched to a longer cue in hopes of improving my game. I gave you all the reasons why a 6-foot-plus guy like me, with long arms and legs, should benefit from such a move. I related More...

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