Pool Match Dr. Cue Pueblo Denver


Im sitting in the Classic Q pool hall in Pueblo Colorado between fits within this tough action pool tournament. Their very nearly 4 PM and I have been here since 10:00 AM this morning.

I was lucky and drew a bye in the first round and then won my first match 5 to 1 a couple of minutes ago.

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This is actually the 13th annual Dr. Cue Pool Tournament. By far the biggest tournament in Pueblo and one of the greater billiards tournaments in Colorado. Be taught further on our favorite related essay by navigating to www.coloradostructural.org. I do believe you'll find 85 players this year that will be one player over last year. For other viewpoints, consider taking a look at: colorado structural.

The format is 8 baseball BCA rules. Its a race to 5 on the winner side of the class and a race to 4 on the main one loss side. We flip a coin to determine the break o-n the first game and then it's changing breaks next.

Using a $40 entry fee, only the photographers around get in. You better escape (run the sheet), must be 2nd shot probably will not happen, when you get an open shot. I always say, You miss, You lose.

The pool tables all have new cloth and the main one I played on was extremely fast. I missed a table run on the game because the cue ball rolled to far on the ball before the 8 leaving me connected behind the 8. I hooked myself so good on that one that there was not even a good bank position to make a strike.

I quit ball at hand on this one but fortunately my opponent had a couple of clusters and was not in a position to break them out and clear the tray.

I won the flip when the match started and began the match with a break and run. My opponent had the next break and he responded with a break and run. It was a surprise because his cue ball rolled behind one of my balls and he couldn't see the 8 ball. H-e made a dining table length Masse picture o-n the 8 ball to answer my work.

That is definitely a fun pool competition and I'll be keeping you placed o-n the out-come.

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