No idea dude
The natives played carrom billiards with nuts and berries for 40,000 years until the Bitish introduced 2 shot.
How about this?
As a compromise, we will play 2 shot but on 10 foot tables.
There are plenty at princes.
That way the american style players will feel more at home but play 2 shot rules.
I Think that is a fair compromise as we are used to playin on 7 foot tables.
What do you think luke? could this be organised? do they have 10 foot tables at city heroes?
30 9fts and 3 riley tables
and what are you talking about? Organise what?
Hey, Ben is one of the best pool player this nation has got to offer. I just hope this won't be a landslide victory but will be great to see the local prince's boy win :D
Ben will win by at least 10 frames.
Ok. So i'm quite sure that Ben's getting very sore from all the backend attention he has got over this thread. Maybe they should start selling chap sticks to all the people that think the sun shines out of his backend. Credit to him he probably deserves it. But seriously if i went by the footage of Hoc on Cueball i would think that he is going to get owned. BUT i recon when Danny beat him in the NSWPBA he would have been very disappointed as i recon he was playing at about 20% of what he can do fresh and tuned up. Both players cue actions are not in question I believe as Hoc has some of the best technique I have seen. I don’t think it’s about the money either. It’s not about what game they are playing like chess, checkers, ping pong, 2shot or cue sport like American 8ball, 9ball, snooker, etc. (yes that was a joke and no I don’t think any cue sport is less or more than another)
It all comes down to what I think personally. Having played Hoc and most of the other really good players in Sydney (and probably getting owned most of the time) I can say that Hoc is one of the few players I have sat and watched while playing him and thought to myself “there is nothing I can do to beat him”. If he gets into that kind of mood he looks like a machine and god help whoever he is playing. Good luck to both players.