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Old 10-16-2019, 03:17 PM
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A couple of weeks ago I played in a qualifier tournament for the APA US Amateur Championships, and despite not having picked up a pool cue in roughly 6 months, I did fairly well. Out of 130ish players I made it to the last 16, and I firmly believe that if I had been practicing and/or playing regularly I would have easily beaten the two players that I lost against. Both matches were very close, and the mistakes that cost me the second match were easily preventable with practice (at least in my experience).


So, in preparation for next year, I've decided to start trying to get back into shape ( <- billiards pun ).
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