Rolling Into The Blue

Rolling Into The Blue

Eli Ceballos. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Not interesting to the readers? Not interesting to the readers? Some of Eli Ceballos’s first words during this interview were that he didn’t think an article that focused on himself would be “interesting to the readers.” The conversation that ensued proved this to be an undervaluing of his own worthiness. This writing shows a sharp

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Rolling Into The Blue

Official SPM Rating System. ~ Sneaky Pete Mafia Team

This is a breakdown of the rating system for the products that we receive to review at SPM. It’s a one to five rating system, and is a easy way to get the point across — “one” meaning I wouldn’t keep it and “five” meaning I would make room for it in my case. One

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Little Big Dog. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Small town player, Shane Little, had a big idea — real big, in fact. It was to create an application for pool players wanting to find a game wherever in the United States they may be traveling. Growing up in Chickamauga, GA, Shane began playing pool at a local grocery that housed a pool table.

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Juniors

April Larson. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Look who’s tearin’ it up in the Minnesota junior pool world! A very poised, well spoken, intelligent, 15 year old young lady: April Larson. She plays great pool and has been since she was eight years old. While she credits learning the game to playing on a pool league with her dad, Dave, he credits

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The Talents of Jaared Arosemena. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Jazz artist, pool player, and an administrator for Sneaky Pete Mafia Magazine (SPMM,) Jarred is a very busy married man who is father of two and grandfather of three. His nuclear family is “spread out,” as he and his wife live in Washington, D.C., one son lives in Florida, and one in Queens, New York. His

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Greg Hogue. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

When asked where he wanted to be in ten years, Greg Hogue chuckled then said “Hopefully still above ground.” At 38, this divorced father of three (two daughters and a black pit bull named Max, none of whom play pool) has many great accomplishments in the pool and billiard world. His first experience with pool

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Steve Markle The 10th. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Steve Markle is not your typical 23 year old man. A native Philadelphian, he attends college and is majoring in criminology. His three days a week class schedule allows plenty of time for his weekends as a professional pool trick shot artist. Yes, you read that correctly! Presently he is ranked eighth in the world,

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Juniors

Junior Trick Shot Extraordinaire. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

It was after seeing 14 year old Matthew Webber execute a trick shot and comment “Haha, I barely scraped it,” that I knew I had to interview this young man. As I continued to peruse his Facebook page, I saw several quite entertaining snippets. One where his mother, Gizelle, recommended that maybe he should not use

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Carlos Coll. ~ Missy Moran Capestrain

Living in Los Angeles, to be near friends and family, Carlos Coll set up shop. A custom cue building shop. At the start, it’s purpose was for Carlos to fix his own personal playing cues. It then evolved into a shop to build and sell custom cues, as a Coll’s Custom Cues brand. Carlos credits

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