Monthly Archives: December 2005

IPT Announcement – Dates, Locations, and Event Information for 2006 Tour Card

December 30, 2005
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IPT Announcement – Dates, Locations, and Event Information for 2006 Tour Card Qualifying Tournamentswww.internationalpooltour.com (http://www.internationalpooltour.com/)The entry fee for each tournament is $2000. Each tournament will be a Double-Elimination competition with races to ten. The Two players from each tournament who will win tour cards will be the winner of the winning side and the winner…

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Jeanette Lee

December 28, 2005
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Jeanette Lee

Jeanette Lee   Everybody knows who Jeanette Lee is. After all, Jeanette Lee is perhaps the most widely recognized pool player ever in the public eye. She has been featured o­n ESPN, “The David Letterman Show,” HBO’s “Arliss,” “Hard Copy,” People Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and many other shows and publications.  She has remained of the…

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Ewa Laurance

December 28, 2005
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Ewa Laurance

Ewa Laurance Ewa Mataya Laurance laughed as she said,“I don’t feel like I am old enough, just so you know.” This comment comes in reference to her upcoming induction into the Billiard Congress of America’s (BCA) Hall of Fame, which was announced in January 2004. While Laurance is being inducted into the Greatest Player category,…

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Earl Strickland

December 28, 2005
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Earl Strickland

Earl Strickland By InsidePOOL Staff Earl Strickland is the 2002 WPA World 9-Ball Champion, a six-time World 9-Ball Champion, a five-time U.S. Open 9-Ball Champion, and the five-time Player of the Year. He began playing pool in 1974 and currently resides in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. Earl is most commonly kown for his antics on…

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Danny Basavich Kid Delicious

December 28, 2005
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Danny Basavich Kid Delicious

Danny “Kid Delicious” Basavich Danny “Kid Delicious” Basavich has been playing professionally o­nly for a few years.  In that short time he has made a name for himself by winning tournaments and heads-up matches.  His nickname came from o­ne of these heads-up matches when he played a player nicknamed “Kid Viscious”, where after defeating his…

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