The third and last tournament of the One Pocket Series 2017 last Sunday was a mysteriously fast end of tour.
I was just traveling online, thinking about what to do and where I want to go. The answer is always the same: I want to see as much of the world as possible. This mind-traveling at home by staring at my laptop screen made me think about all the places where I’ve played pool the past 17 years. I’ve made a list and it apparently comes down to a total
This photo of a pool table on top of a mountain was just sent to me with the question: how’s your altitude sickness? It reminded me of the moment when I was somewhere close to Batad, the Philippines, in January 2014. I actually was on top of a mountain where only a few wooden houses were built and I found this ‘billiards’ table in one of them. True love for
I found this series of audio files on YouTube, posted by fastlenny69, of Ronnie Monroe “Fast Eddie” Allen telling his best road stories. He was inducted in the One Pocket Hall of Fame in 2004 and was the one who dominated the one Pocket scene from the 1960s up to the 1980s in the States. He loved to gamble and was a real entertainer. He appears to be a great
How cool is that!? A friend has started making art inspired by the Poolhead blog. I’m astonished. It’s looking bad-ass and it represents what my blog is about: perpetual thinking and writing about pool. Thank you! I hope my writing inspires others to gain, and spread knowledge about every facet of the game. This piece of art definitely inspires me to continue. Could this be a new art movement, the