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Bowlliards

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How To 0Play Bowlliards

billiard (bowlliards)

me playing bowlliards with my left hand as a practice. originally I'm right-hander.
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222 Bowlliards Score

Me in (drunken) practice scoring a 222 in a game of Bowlliards.
Score is: X - X - 9/ - X - X - X - 09 - X - X - X 5 / :(

8 Ball Problem Solving

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The Crucifix

Draw Drill

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Power Draw Shot

3 Cushion Preliminaries

How To Play Open Cue Ball 3 Cushion Billiards

Bowliards Pool Practice at Fred Matzke's (fredm4315)

One rack bowliards runnout during practice session. Bowliards is scored similar to bowling. 10 frames/racks per game. Runnout in 1 inning = strike. Runnout in 2 innings = spare ect.. Ref BCA rulebook. Shooter is Fred Matzke.
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Raw Pool 261. Bowlard. 1 of 12

Practice

Rail Drill

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The Small Grid Drill

Raw Pool 263. Bowlard. 3 of 12

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Alex Pagulayan Best Shot & Run Out 2013

Alejandro Alex Salvador Pagulayan (born June 25, 1976) is a Filipino Canadian professional pool (pocket billiards) and snooker player. His nicknames are the Lion and the Killer Pixie. This latter nickname was given by none other than the great Cliff the Grinder Thorburn, former World and Canadian Snooker champion. Alex has a third, more recent nickname of Mungo (a favorite Filipino dish) given to him by Rick McCallum, former Wayne State University Pocket Billiard instructor and friend from the Hall of Fame Billiard room in Warren, Michigan. Alex was born in Cabagan, Isabela, Philippines and was raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In 2004, Pagulayan returned to the Philippines, and is a dual citizen of Canada and the Philippines.[1]

He is known for his relaxed demeanor during competition, and is a crowd favorite, well liked because of his humorous interaction with the audience.[2] His impressions of other pool players are especially entertaining.

Contents

1 Early days
2 Professional career
2.1 Lawsuit
3 Personal life
4 Achievements
4.1 Open Snooker finals: : 2 (2 titles)
5 References
6 External links
Open Snooker finals: : 2 (2 titles)
Outcome No. Year Championship Opponent in the final Score
Winner 1. 2011 Canadian Open Snooker Championship Canada Floyd Ziegler 6–0
Winner 2. 2012 Canadian Open Snooker Championship Canada Tom Finstad 6–3

2017 U.S Open 8-ball Champion
2016 Canadian Pool 9-Ball Champion[19]
2016 U.S. Open One Pocket Champion[22]
2013 Derby City Classic 9-ball Champion
2012 Canadian 9-Ball Champion
2012 Canadian 8-Ball Champion
2012 Jay Swanson Memorial champion
2011 Jay Swanson Memorial champion
2008 World Pool Masters, Las Vegas, Nevada
2007 World Summit of Pool
2006 Philippine National Championship
2005 Philippines Snooker Team Gold Medal, SEA Games
2005 US Open Nine-ball Championship
2005 Derby City Classic Ten-ball Ring Game Champion
2005 SML Entertainment Nine-ball Champion
2004 WPA World Nine-ball Championship
2003 Joss Tour Grand Final Winner
2003 Carolinas Open Nine-ball Division, Goldsboro, North Carolina
2003 IBC Western Canadian Open
2002 World Pool Trickshot Champion

References

The Professionals, Filipinopool.com. Accessed 2007-08-11
Pagulayan Accuses BSCP of Getting Back at Him 2007-07, Filipinopool.com. Accessed 2007-08-11
Alex 'The Lion' Pagulayan, PoolBilliardNews.com. Accessed 2007-08-11.
23rd SEA Games Winners and Losers, Editorial, The Sunday Times, December 11, 2005. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Footage of the six ball break shot and its aftermath
Pagulayan wins U.S. Open, 'AzBilliards.com. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Pagulayan Wins Carolinas Open Nine-ball Division, AzBilliards.com. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Hohmann Wins World Title, by Mike Panozzo, BilliardsDigest.com, July 20, 2003. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Pagulayan Crowned World ChampionAzBilliards.com, Retrieved June 18, 2007
Alex Pagulayan Wins Opener in BSCP National Pool Championship, by Marlon Bernardino, AzBilliards.com. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Straight Pool Challenge at Derby City, by Bob Jewett, Professor-Q-Ball's National Pool & 3-cushion News, 2006; accessed February 11, 2007
Pagulayan Sails Through at Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool, InsidePOOL.com, June 2007. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Shane Van Boening vs. Alex Pagulayan Live Update, TheActionReport.com. Retrieved June 18, 2007
Lion Wins World Pool Masters, AzBilliards.com. Retrieved May 12, 2008
'The Lion' conquers Mandaue 9-Ball tilt
mb.com.ph, Pagulayan ends Taipei’s reign in Guinness Tour
inquirer.net, Gallego reigns in Villar Cup
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Pagulayan rules Quebec 9-ball. Manila Times. May 20, 2016. Retrieved May 22, 2016.
gmanews.tv, Alex Pagulayan files P6-M libel case vs 2 pool officials
Alex 'The Lion' Pagulayan, PoolBilliardNews.com, March 12, 2007. Retrieved June 18, 2007

Christopher Clark (April 22, 2016). Alex Pagulayan crowned 2016 U.S. Open One Pocket Champion. On Cue News. Retrieved 2016-04-08.

External links

WorldPoolMasters Biography
Snooker Gold Medal
Pagulayan champ
Alex Pagulayan Profile
Lion Bared
Alex Pagulayan interview on Xtrem Pressbox
Pool games

Nine-ball Eight-ball Straight pool Ten-ball Blackball Artistic pool and trick shots Bank pool Baseball pocket billiards Bottle pool Bowlliards Chicago Chinese eight-ball Cowboy pool Cribbage Cutthroat Golf Honolulu Kelly pool Killer One-pocket Rotation Seven-ball Speed pool Three-ball


A cube of blue chalk with a paper wrapper on all sides but one; a rounded indentation appears at the top where a cue would be chalked
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Who is "Buzzy"? Part 2 with Jaclyn Rosato

9-ball run-out workout to 11. 60 ball run shooting balls in rotation.

I am running these out in ascending order (lowest ball first) as the rules intend in 7/9/10-balI. I accidentally did 5 balls twice, lol. No this is not a true 60 ball run because of the (fucking) wall in my house. Yes, I know it is completely my fault that I ended up on it but there was no way I would have gotten that shit leave on 9, or missed the 9 that easy shot if the walls didn't force me to jack way up, so I counted it. A few sloppy outs; but outs nonetheless. Thanks for watching.

Pool consistency practice

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Ein Spare in der Trainingsdisziplin Bowliard

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