147 Break On Pool Table





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Published on Nov 29, 2006

Some fun on my pool table, a maximum 147 break with small full pocket incident!

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Very well done. I kept wondering when will he take on the reds stuck on either side of the cusions, but was very clever making himself an angle from the 3rd last red to get onto the black. That was when the black bounced off the pocket! Great positional play and liked in particular how smooth this individual played when stunning or playing the run-through shots.
13 reds and 12 blacks not a 147!
Thomas Heal
It is harder than it looks on a Pool Table because balls could be blocking each other.
When balls bounce out of the pocket, you know they don't count as a pot right?
Talmadge Fisher
just wondering though how large are these pockets? they did seem on the large size even for american table but maybe that's because I usually play on no bigger than 4 1/2 
So what if hes using a america pool table with the big pockets,Still put together all the pots,Good break no matter what your playing on to be fair!
Yes great stuff. If you apply the required concentration and disipline with thoose skills you can easy do that on a snooker table. Top play. And good idea!
Knut Simonsen
a 147 is all about cue ball control. Size of pockets are less important. This is fist class playing either way you look at it. 
looks fun!
HUGE pockets!!!! 
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