How One Pocket became part of my life – by Govert-Jan Vos

How One Pocket became part of my life – by Govert-Jan Vos

I was 14 years old and had some time in between classes at my high school. A friend suggested to go to het Dijkje Duinzigt, the local pool room down the road. That was the start of a 25 year love affair with pocket billiards. The first couple of years it was mainly the start of a Friday night with the boys. After moving to Scheveningen in the neighborhood of

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Pool as a game of survival in the Philippines – by Konstantinos Booza‎

Pool as a game of survival in the Philippines – by Konstantinos Booza‎

– Konstantinos Booza‎ in response to A memory of true love for ‘billiards’ in the Philippines. Once, as an intrigued tourist of the Philippines, I found myself all over the countryside wanting to know what lays beneath the thoroughbred Pinoy (Filipino) talent the Philippines produces. The country has a colorful past. It’s culturally diverse and its war and political divide has boasted high levels of poverty. I wanted to know how a country that

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