Pool Tournaments and Special Events
Demonstration for the Allegheny APA
On June 7, 2003, the Allegheny APA invited me to do a demonstration of the EZ Shot Ghost Ball at their playoffs. Since the APA is, known for helping weaker players, Jeff Smith, the league owner, thought the demonstration would be of great benefit to the weaker players. There were eight tables set up in the fire hall and about 200 people playing in the playoffs. After several hours of play, then a table was available for me to use for my demonstration. This was a great opportunity to show the EZ Shot Ghost Ball, for it was our biggest demonstration so far. Several players set up and used the Ghost Ball, while other players had questions about aiming, their stroke, dominate eye, and different shots. We posted some of the questions to our FAQ section. Thank you, Allegheny APA, for giving me the opportunity to help your members improve their game.
West Penn Pool League spring 2003, Best Shooters Shoot Out
This was a tournament for the best shooters in the Iron City Beer West Penn Pool League. It consisted of two separate shootouts. One for the upper level best players and one for the lower level best shooters. Each level was just as exciting to watch and you could feel the adrenalin from the players. It was a great opportunity to watch and learn from the best. I would like to congratulate all the players for a great tournament and a special congratulation to the inventor of the EZ Shot Ghost Ball, Bob Ringeisen, who shoots from a wheelchair in the upper level division, for coming in 2nd place. Good job players! See you at the next playoffs.
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