Tell me a story …
Francois Mingaud, an infantry officer in Napoleon’s army, invented the leather cue tip.
Friends and family remember 1960s player and promoter Bill “Weenie Beenie” Staton.
Norfolk during World War II was the nation’s greatest mecca for big-time pool.
The pool hustler’s time of Coast Guard service was three years, 10 months and 7 days.
Joshua Filler defeats Wu Jiaqing April 26 in the final of the 2019 US Open 9-Ball Championship.
He played one of the most dramatic matches in three-cushion history.
Readers share memories of favorite pool halls, some stately and some decrepit.
Cranfield’s claimed run of 768 was never confirmed, unlike Mosconi’s record run of 526.
Willis was a master of all sorts of proposition bets, such as running backwards.
In 1965, Cisero S. Murphy became the first black man to win a major billiards title.
Taberski was the nation’s dominant player shortly before the reign of Ralph Greenleaf.
Several important players and promoters have been skipped over through the years.