Earl Strickland vs Yuri Pashinsky
Russian billiard WC-2005 Moscow.
Rules: Once the pyramid is split cue, you can choose as a cue ball any ball. Counted as a hit in the pocket an object ball and cue ball (but always after a collision with the object ball)
Winning is the player who scored the first eight balls.
Russian billiards. Palamar Alexander VS Artem Khlebnikov
Russian billiards. Palamar VS Khlebnikov.
96 seconds - fastest frame in the history of dinamical piramyde (Russian billiard)
Fastest frame in the history of dinamical piramyde - Russian billiard, Petery Pohjola (Finland) v Kirill Anishenko (Rus) - Grate 8 tournament in Russia,Saint-Petersburg.
Petri Pohjola vs Evgeny Stalev - Russian Billiard - Combined Pyramid - Set 2 - Part 1/3
Russian Billiard exhibition match between Petri Pohjola and Evgeny Stalev. Race to 4, second of two sets played at Finnalist Billiard Club, Kotka Finland. - Part 1/3
Beauty girl plays in Russian billiards!
Russian Billiard-Pyramid | TRICKSHOT COMPILATION
Russian billiard tricks
that's crazy!!! I wish I could do that
Top 10 Sexiest Female Pool Players
Top 10 Sexiest Female Pool Players
10. Allison Fisher
Allison Fisher (born 24 February 1968) is an English professional pool and former professional snooker player. Fisher grew up in Peacehaven, Sussex. She started playing snooker when she was 7. She won her first world title at the age of 17. To date, she has won over 80 national titles and 11 world titles in total.
9. Jeanette Lee
Jeanette Lee is an American professional pool player. She was nicknamed the Black Widow by her friends because of how, in spite of her sweet demeanor, she would eat people alive when she got to a pool table. Lee started playing pool in 1989. She went on to rank as the No. 1 female pool player in the world during the 1990s, and received the Women's Professional Billiard Association (WPBA) Sportsperson of the Year Award in 1998
8. Borana Andoni
Borana Andoni was born in Albania. Surprising fact about Borana Andoni is , studied piano for 12 years and violin for 4 years before Billiards.Predator Tour Female Player of the Year , Amsterdam Straight pool Champion, Tri-State Tour Champion and 4th Place in World Scotch Double Championships
7. Emily Duddy
Year turned professional, 2010 age 26.Pool room is Amsterdam Billiard Club NYC WPBA Rookie of the year 2010, competed in 5 world Championships.BCAPL women team national 8-ball Champion 2009POOL ROOM: Amsterdam Billiard Club NYC 6 Mary Avina Mary Avina was born Riverside California, USA in February 2, 1993.Her Nicknames, Trick Shot Princess, The Red Angel and Princess First Billiard Disciplines, 8-ball then 10 x 5 Snooker
5. Jennifer Barretta
Since she first picked up a pool cue, natural athlete and born competitor Jennifer Barretta, has become one of the top ten female 9-ball players in the world. With coaching and long days of practice Jennifer climbed the ranks to become Player of the Year on the Chesapeake Area Tour which earned her spots into all of the professional events for 2003.
4. Jasmin Ouschan
Jasmin Ouschan is an Austrian professional pool player from Klagenfurt, Carinthia. Her first professional competition occurred in 2002, but she did not officially become a professional member of the (WPBA) until 2007. In international competition she has earned the World Games 2005 gold medal and World Games 2009 silver medal in nine-ball.
3. Ewa Mataya Laurance
Ewa Laurance is a Swedish–American professional pool player, most notably on the Women's Professional Billiard Association nine-ball tour , a sports writer, and more recently a sports commentator for ESPN. In 2004, she was inducted into the Billiard Congress of America's Hall of Fame. She has been nicknamed the Leading Lady of Billiards and the Striking Viking.
2. Anastasia Luppova
Anastasia Vladimirovna Luppova is a Russian billiards player, the two-time European champion in Russian pyramid, the champion of Moscow in dynamic pyramid, and a Russian Master of Sports. Luppova also won the 2009 Miss Billiards competition.She went on to become a coach.
1. Shanelle Loraine
Shanelle Loraine began playing pool in 2000, and played on the University of Central Florida pool team for four years. Train in Orlando, FL and am coached by top world ranked Pro, Charlie Williams and Senior Tour Pro, Wayne Catledge. She have had the personal assistance and insight in 3-cushion by World Champion, Semih Sayginer of Turkey. I have also had the assistance with trickshots from World Champions Mike Massey and Stefano Pelinga.
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Russian Pyramid / Billiards on an 8ft Valley
This is my very first youtube video! I took this from my iPhone so I apologize for the quality. I am no pro pool player by any means. My shooting technique still leaves something to be desired. I like to just shoot at the table for fun really. I'm into Pub games. The point of this video is to show anyone the basic idea of Russian Pyramid and how it would be played on a U.S. table. This is a set of Aramith Premier 57mm Russian Billiard balls being played on a U.S. Valley coin-op pool table. I am following Russian Pyramid rules as best I can, however to really play the game, you need a special 12ft Russian Billiard table and a set of 68mm Russian billiard balls. More information can be found on wiki as there's a lot more to this game then I've explained here.
This video was made and dedicated to my dear friend Mike. Hope you like the video Mike!
Mikhail Koklyaev and Chad Wesley Smith, deadlift pyramid, Russian Strength Tour-2015, June 29
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Evgeny Stalev of Russia vs. Maris Vartik of Latvia, 2003 European Pyramid Championships
Russian billiards aim for global recognition
The finals of the Russian version of pool have been held in Moscow, with its growing popularity internationally suggesting a bright future for the sport. 150 players battled for the Kremlin billiards title, and a cool $US 35,000, in a game known as Russian pyramid.
Rare double pocket in Russian pyramid.
Petri Pohjola vs Evgeny Stalev - Russian Billiard - Combined Pyramid - Set 1 - Part 3/5
Russian Billiard exhibition match between Petri Pohjola and Evgeny Stalev. Race to 4, First of two sets played at Finnalist Billiard Club, Kotka Finland. - Part 3/5
Russian Pool. Moscow, ModusVita.
17 Most Insane Urban Climbs You Won't Believe
People are actually performing amazing stunts of climbing to the highest & most dangerous buildings and even crane to get photos!
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8. Mercury City Tower
5 Russian daredevils illegally climbed to the top of a construction crane sitting on the top of Moscow’s Mercury City Tower in 2012. The building is currently the third tallest skyscraper in Moscow. The incredibly dangerous prank took a lot of planning. The group observed the area, studied the worker’s schedules and the locations of security camera’s. Dressed as construction workers the group snuck into the building and climbed the stairs to get to the top of the 75 story building. Two of the group proceeded to base jump off the building while the other 3 climbed the crane. They managed to pull off the stunt without getting caught in the act and walked away with some incredible footage.
7. Shanghai Tower
Images of this crazy urban stunt will give you an immediate tingling sensation in your extremities. Two Russians, Vadim Makhorov and Vitaly Raskalov, are the people that climbed the second highest tower in the world. They got some pretty amazing footage of the stunt that swept across the internet and got millions of hits.
6. Radio Tower in Germany
Two people made this epic climb up an inactive radio tower in Donebach, Germany in 2015. The antenna was switched off at the beginning of 2015 which enabled the two people to perform this stunt and come away with some incredible footage unscathed. The tower is the tallest structure in Germany at just under 1,200 feet high.
5. The Great Pyramid of Giza
“On balance I thought the photos would be worth it,” explained 18 year old German Andrej Ciesielski when he was asked why he decided to climb to the top of the Great Pyramid of Giza with a video camera in the middle of the day despite the fact that he could go to jail and in plain view of tourists and security personnel below. Police were waiting at the bottom when Ciesielski eventually decided to descend the pyramid and they took him into custody. Luckily for the young German, authorities decided against charging him on the condition that he delete all of his files in front of them, to which the teenager agreed. Little did the cops know, Ciesielski had recovery software for his camera and posted the pictures and video of the incident online upon returning home.
4. Crane in Dubai
Rumors were floating around that the popular urban climber known as Mustang Wanted had perished while attempting one of his death defying stunts. Those rumors were disproved when the adrenaline junkie posted a video earlier this year of him climbing a crane that was almost 1,500 feet high. But simply climbing the crane wasn’t enough for this unusually brave soul. Just as he did with James Kingston on the Moscow Bridge, Mustang Wanted did a variety of moves while on top of the crane and did them, of course, without safety equipment of any kind.
3. South Bank Tower
Gaining unique perspectives and gathering unbelievable footage is one of the main goals of urban adventurers, and this climb up London’s iconic South Bank Tower and the crane on it’s roof produced both in spades. Accomplished by James Kingston, the footage gathered features the brass balled man hanging one handed off of the crane and jumping an insane gap on his way to the top. The unique view of London that he is able to provide us all is simply breathtaking.
2. Ping An Finance Centre
When the pair who climbed the Shanghai Tower released footage of the stunt, the internet went nuts and the video and photos that were posted got millions of views. This notoriety led the pair to climb the Ping An Finance Centre, a mega skyscraper that was still under construction, in 2015. Not only did they reach the top of the building but, like they did on the Shanghai Tower, they found a crane to climb. The footage of the stunt will leave you speechless and have you begging for them to make it down safely which they thankfully did.
1. Russky Bridge
Three Russian thrillseekers filmed themselves climbing the 1,050 foot pylons of the Russky Island Bridge in 2012. Apparently upon posting the vertigo inducing footage of the illegal act Russian authorities fined the trio for trespassing.
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Чужой на партию (Russian pyramid)
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Чужой шар на партию в исполнении Салтовского. Встречю выиграл Еркулев.