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Koning Boudewijn van België samen met Ludo Dielis

Koning Boudewijn van België samen met Ludo Dielis

Alfredo de Oro the great pool and billiards champion born in Manzanillo, Cuba (April 28, 1863 – June 2, 1948, ). Was a  professional carom billiards and pool player who several times held the world title in both three-cushion billiards and straight pool simultaneously. He was posthumously inducted into the Billiard Congress of America's Hall of Fame in 1967, one of the very few non-Americans to receive the honor. He was ranked number 4 on the Billiards Digest 50 Greatest Players of the…

Cuban Billard Player Viintage Reprint Of Old Photo Cuban Billard Player Viintage Reprint Of Old Photo This is an excellent reproduction of an old phot

Billiards Miss Clearwater & Mrs King 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo Here is a neat photo collectible, featuring American Billiards Defeated Champion Martha Clearwater and New Champion Mrs. King 1910's phot

Billiards Miss Clearwater & Mrs King 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Raymond Ceulemans

Raymond Ceulemans

6th Annual Straight Pool Hall of Fame Nominees: Final Qualifiers for the World 14.1Tomorrow - http://thepoolscene.com/?p=20520 - Willie Mosconi - Straight Pool 14.1 Rotation

Annual Straight Pool Hall of Fame Nominees: Final Qualifiers for the World

Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks playing pool.1923

Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks playing pool.1923

Alfredo de Oro, the greatest pool players in American history.

Alfredo de Oro, circa He won world titles in three-cushion billiards and straight pool/continuous pool, and sometimes held them simultaneously. De Oro was fourth in the Billiards Digest rankings of the 50 Greatest Players of the Century.

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