Category: 3Cushion

I am now accepting entry fees into the USBA Nationals.


$300 for qualifier participants and $500 for all others.

Paypal payments are $315 and $520.

Details are as follows:

2011 USBA National Championship and Regional Qualifiers

The USBA is proud to announce the 2011 National 3-Cushion Championship will be held Monday through Friday May 9-13, 2011 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event will be occurring at the same time, same place and same floor as the ACS National Pool Championships, so there will be thousands of pool players in attendance.

Regional Qualifier US Billiards, Houston, TX

December 10-12, 2010

US Billiards, Houston, TX

Cong Nguyen (3-1) and Thanh Vu (4-0) played the final match of the tournament to determine the top winner. Cong finished the game in 14 innings with the best game average of 1.786.

WALT HARRIS passes away

Here is an update on services to be held for our beloved Billiards Buddy “œWalt Harris”.

Walt Harris May 13, 1929 – August 21, 2010.

Walt devoted most of his adult life promoting the sport of 3 Cushion Billiards. Author of the 4 volume “œBilliards Atlas” and founder of the United States National  “œSenior Tour” there was never a time when he was not thinking of or playing Billiards. A friend and mentor to almost every Billiards player through out the world he was admired by many and loved by all!
A celebration of Walt’s life will be held 12PM on Thursday September 2, 2010 at:

The church of Our Saviour
5301 North Atlantic Avenue
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

Please click the link below to sign his guest book.


Tom (Dr. Cue ) Rossman

I have been asked many times what contributed to my foundational understanding of pool more than anything else. In 1967 I had my 1st encounter with 3-cushion billiards and discovered a special attraction to the value and beauty of this magnetic and challenging discipline.

Jae Hyung Cho Takes the College Billiards Open

Each year, College Billiardshas an Open Tournament that attracts the best players in the United States as well as the Champions from South America and Mexico. In effect, it is very much like the Pan American Championship Tournament because of the high caliber of players. This year was no different.

Chalk etiquette (but it has nothing to do with your tip)

By Bert van Manen

We all use chalk on our tip, to prevent a miscue. If we do miscue though, we do not blame the chalk. We blame the tip. We put on our  “œI hate this shaft ““ face” and take another one from our bag. This second shaft is not as good as the first one; we started the match with the other one for a reason. The substitution is merely to tell the audience that the miscue was not our fault. (It was).

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