December 2017

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Jaden Dupree Interview ~ Brian Pauley

More and more young people are playing pool and that is good for the future of the game.  Most gravitate to the normal pool games but one young man gravitated to both regular pool and artistic pool. (trickshots)  Meet 14 year old Jaden Dupree.  Jaden got into both regular pool and trickshots and used social

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Trick Shot Tutorial ~ Tim Chin

Denver Sandwich By Tim Chin – www.trickshottim.com   The Denver Sandwich is an old setup shot that appeared in Robert Byrne’s Treasury of Trick Shots book. It hasn’t been too popularized, so it’s a solid under-the-radar shot if you wanted to use it in a tournament. I saw my good friend Ken “Sarge” Aylesworth shoot

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The Lag, Entry # 2 ~ Kelvin Greenleaf

Technology: the mere word strikes fear in the minds of some, while filling others with unbridled excitement! Since the dawn of mankind we as a race of humans have striven to make life easier. Technology has played a huge role in our history as we have constantly looked for better ways to perform everyday tasks.

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Taom Chalk Review ~ Garret Troop

Ok ladies and gentlemen; Let’s talk chalk. We all need it and there is a ton on the market.  Some like one and other like that one brand. I have had the wonderful opportunity to test many of them.  There are two names in the industry that stick out more so than any, Kamui and

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The Jacoby Break Cue Series ~ Garret Troop

Jacoby has a breaking cue that will fit your needs.  The currently offer three different variations on the break cue. The Heavy Hitter The edge break cue The Feather weight The Heavy hitter is designed for people that have a slower breaking stroke.  The cue has a consistent taper on the butt and fits well

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