Hi folks, in a much earlier post, I made a blog where it talks about a brief history of pool. Well, in today’s post, I’ll share with you that very same post, except that I’ll show you the entire site that I found where I summarized that site in a brief blog. And, since this
Hi there! In this post, I’ll share with you a historic tidbit about the origin of billiards balls. This is more of an emphasis on the cue balls and just found this out today and would like to share it with you. I would like to mention that what you’re about to read when you
Hi folks! I was trying to find famous people who played the game of billiards and found a player by the name of Ruth McGinnis. She is the so-called, Queen of Billiards who became a shooting pool sensation at the age of 10. As the left-hander got older, she started to become noticed from people
Hi everyone! In this post, I am going to be adding a video that I saw on YouTube that shows the historic significance of billiards. I felt that I have forgotten to add this video to that post as it would have been a more completed article. Oh, well!
The game of darts, the game where you position yourself several feet from the dartboard and take aim by throwing that little pointy object to try and hit the middle part of the board called the target. That little pointy object almost resembles a tiny missile. Yes, this game is quite fun to play. And,
As I was venturing into a pool hall some time ago, I was looking for something outside of billiards that I can talk about and found this painting named, The Night Café that has been done by Vincent van Gogh. In this painting, van Gogh tells the tale of a real-life bar owner, Joseph-Michel Ginoux
I have always wanted to know about the history of pool (billiards) for quite some time. Yes, the game is fun and can be challenging at times. Yet, there’s a history to how the game of pool “came to be”. Like, I was thinking to myself, “Where did the word ‘billiards’ come from?” As it