Monthly Archives: March 2013

And the MVPerson Award goes to Ken Offenther!!

Ken Offenther has been played a lead role in our 100th Anniversary Celebrations.  Ken not only suggested the idea of recognizing fellow shufflers who have done a great deal for shuffleboard but he is also organizing the MVP (Most Valuable … Continue reading

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The Last Chance; The Tournament of Champions!!

Please remember, click on the Title to be taken to the BLOG proper! Earl Ball has sent along his analysis of the Situation, the situation with regard to the possibilities as to who will be playing in the FSA MASTERS.  … Continue reading

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TOC! Tournament of Champions!! We Mean It!!

Last Name First Name Please remember; the very first thing to do is:  CLICK ON THE TITLE, in blue.   We have listed the Players in contention for the MASTERS.   The Top 8 Men and the Top 8 Women, following the TOC (Tournament … Continue reading

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There is no Emotion in Shuffleboard!! “not”

No other player in the 31st ISA World Championships >  2012 08 06 to 2012 08 10, held in Seattle WA, had a perfect record!!  He was on an emotional high!!  And now I give you his name and country:  … Continue reading

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Read An Interesting Article; A Press Article

When we hear the word HEMET, we think not only of California, we think of Shuffleboard on Speedy Courts!! Thanks to Bob Weber for sending this along.  Click to read: hemet Stan McCormack.  2013 03 22  

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The MASTERS! Might you Win? Might you Lose? By Earl Ball

I bet many of you have thought of what it is like to win the “Masters”.  The excitement and ecstasy of a Champion!  It’s a great feeling. Now, put yourself in the position of losing the “Masters”.  A couple of … Continue reading

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The Masters! Is Change Indicated? Thoughts by Earl.

You can’t help but wonder!  All season we play with a partner and yet we play the “Masters” as a singles event and not just as a singles event either but as a three and a half day, 6, 7, … Continue reading

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