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    If it's action you want, go to Blue Fox Billiards in Winchester, Va. It's not too far from the WV line.
    Take plenty of cash and ask for a guy named Matt Clatterbuck.
    http://www.bluefoxbilliards.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    WV pool rooms are few and far between, and most aren't the place you leave an expensive cue while you go take a wee.
    Weston, Grafton, Shinnston, Fairmont have nice pool rooms.
    May God bless all of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    I'd like to try a Predator but I don't think anyone in WV sells them.
    I traded mine. Didn't like it.
    May God bless all of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondo View Post
    Weston, Grafton, Shinnston, Fairmont have nice pool rooms.
    Been to the strand and metropolitan and strokerz all and they are ok for a rural area but are nothing like the larger city pool halls.
    Last edited by WV Slim Shady; 03-24-2013 at 05:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    Been to the strand and metropolitan and strokerz all and they are ok for a rural area but are nothing like the larger city pool halls.

    Of course not.
    May God bless all of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich R. View Post
    If it's action you want, go to Blue Fox Billiards in Winchester, Va. It's not too far from the WV line.
    Take plenty of cash and ask for a guy named Matt Clatterbuck.
    http://www.bluefoxbilliards.com/
    I've played Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    I've played Matt.
    And how did you make out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich R. View Post
    And how did you make out?
    To be honest hes a bit up on me but not much. If its the same Matt.

    About 6 foot and about 200 pds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    To be honest hes a bit up on me but not much. If its the same Matt.

    About 6 foot and about 200 pds?
    It's probably the same Matt. 200 sounds a bit high but I haven't seen him for a while.

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    I play with my Woody...sounds decadent I know. I bought it back in the early 90s and have foolishly spend thousands in new cues since, but decided to stay with the "one that brung me." It is a Woodsworth SP but glamored up with 4 points on the forearm, and hits sweet. IMO, people should really find the first GOOD playing cue they find and stick with it. Sure would save a bunch of money cuz reselling bought cues always bites you if it's not a real collectable. It all depends if you are a player or a billiards enthusiast and investor I guess. Sid
    "If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much room!"

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