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9 Ball Match Video: Earl Strickland vs Jim Davis

Earl Strickland vs Jim Davis

Here is a great 9 ball match video from the legendary Earl Strickland playing Jim Davis on the Come and Take it if You Can Tour at Ice Breakers in Youngstown, Ohio. This match was streamed live by Inside Pool Magazine.
The Rating for this billiards video: 5 / 5

Let me know what you think of this pool match video.
Cheers,
Skippy

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7 Responses to 9 Ball Match Video: Earl Strickland vs Jim Davis

  1. asbani911 December 13, 2010 at 12:35 pm #

    it was 3 to 1, when they changed it to 2 to 1, Because he won a first match with a 1 – 9 Combo. when Earl broke the balls at the start of the match.

  2. clwcats17 December 13, 2010 at 12:45 pm #

    That 3 rail kick was sick as H**L!!

  3. InsidePOOLmag December 13, 2010 at 1:15 pm #

    @Diasanti You’re welcome. glad that you appreciate the uploads.

  4. Diasanti December 13, 2010 at 1:35 pm #

    Nice match… thanks for the upload

  5. Allen Franke December 26, 2010 at 6:17 pm #

    Love the possibilties here. Enjoyed it. Thanks for your efforts.

  6. Dan February 19, 2011 at 7:30 pm #

    Earl is definitely the brat of the pool world. Ihave had the chance to see a couple of his exhibitions and to take some lessons from the pearl. In my opinion ther are few players that can match his resume. As long as he doesn’t beat himself Earl is unstoppable.

  7. John Hoge March 26, 2012 at 7:18 pm #

    Earl The Pearl! Wow! What an awesome 3 rail kick. He’s The Man! I don’t think he could play without talking to the crowd, controversy or whatever. Johnny Archer picks debris off the table, moves balls from one pocket to another to calm himself. I think Earl just has to be involved with the audience. I remember Minnesota Fats and did he mingle with the crowd or what? I just wonder if it could be called sharking if it’s disruptive to his opponent. In one recent tournament the judge through Earl out of the tournament and told him to leave the arena. He is one hell of a player, but he should be a good sport, keep his actions under control and respect his opponent. He would have no problem letting his game do the talking!

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