Schmidt and Ortmann Notch Wins

July 25th, 2006 by Billiard News by Inside POOL Magazine Leave a reply »

Schmidt and Ortmann Notch WinsVisit the IPT North American Open image gallery (/pool_billiard_photos/index.php?cat=14)Day 1 image gallery (/pool_billiard_photos/thumbnails.php?album=14)Day 2 image gallery (/pool_billiard_photos/thumbnails.php?album=15)Match schedule (/ipt-north-american-8-ball-championship-tournament-/content/view/3729/102/)On the other table, in a slightly longer match, Southern California’s Keith “Earthquake” McCready and John “Mr. 400” Schmidt matched up. McCready, famous for his portrayal of Grady Seasons in “The Color of Money” and his line, “It’s like a nightmare, isn’t it?” reached the hill first with Schmidt at 6 but badly missed the 8 ball. Unable to believe his luck, Schmidt cleared his balls from the table to make the match double-hill. A dry break from Schmidt turned the table back over to McCready, whose fourth shot wobbled … but still dropped. “Time out for me, baby,” McCready announced, walking away to grab a bottle of water.

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