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2021 U.S. Open: Strickland Among Day 3 Casualties
It was the end of the road, though, for Earl Strickland as he looked for his sixth title.
MATCHROOM POOL LAUNCHES UK OPEN in May ’22
Matchroom Pool Announces new UK Open to premier in London in May 2022.
2021 U.S. Open: Round-Up of Day 2 Action from Atlantic City
Immonen, Gorst, Woodward and Van Boening remain undefeated after two days of play.
Germany’s Thorsten Hohmann Elected to BCA Hall of Fame
Hohmann, who turned 42 on July 14, will enter the Greatest Players wing of the BCA Hall of Fame.
An Interview with Greenleaf’s Widow, the Princess Nai Tai Tai
Vaudeville star Amelia Parker and celebrated billiard champion Ralph Greenleaf met in Philadelphia.
Already Postponed, US Open Now Cancelled Due to Pandemic
Matchroom Pool and MGM Resorts will make an announcement later regarding dates for 2021.
Johnston City and Minnesota Fats: A Chat with Karen Fox
Karen and her husband, Sports Illustrated writers Tom Fox made, road trips to Johnston City in 1961.
World Champion Kelly Fisher selected for Hall of Fame
Born in England, Fisher got her start in cue sports playing ladies professional snooker.
Guest Essay: Observations of a Pool Room Junkie
Memories of Julian’s, Ames, McGirr’s and other famous (and infamous) city rooms.
Ruth McGinnis – America’s First Queen of Pocket Billiards
McGinnis found that because of her gender, few people would give her a chance.
LASSITER & FATS: BIG BETS IN TODAY’S DOLLARS
Minnesota Fats won $20,000 from a trio of Johnston City hustlers, back in ’71.
Marshall “Tuscaloosa Squirrel” Carpenter dead at 92
Carpenter was the last of pool’s great ’60s generation made famous with The Hustler.