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Q: Hello Stevie,
I met you this weekend at the smoky mountain shoot out and I wanted to say that it was an honor to meet you. You have always been an idol of mine. Would you please inform me when you are back in this area?
Your #1 fan
Darryl Pruitt
Billy Manns friend

Good Luck in Vegas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


A: Hello Darryl,

thank you for your kind words. Of course, I always enjoy coming to the smoky mountain shoot out very much. I try to get to NC as often as I can. I do not have an event scheduled in NC right now, but please check my schedule at http://www.stevie-moore.com/Stevie_Moore_Schedule.asp from time to time. I am sure I will be back before long.

Yours,

Stevie



Q: i know this is not a ? but i just wanted to tell u that u have been a role model of mine since i can remember im also born and raised in spartanburg sc and i have been playin since i was 10 or 11 but i never accomplished anything like u have im 24 now and im not givin up b/c i know that it could happened to a small town kid like u. keep doin what u do ur great. i watched u at the smokie mountain shoot out a couple years ago and i saw greatness good luck on becoming the best in the world i know u r..


A: Anthoney

Thanks for the comment. It means a great deal. U r exactly right. It can also be u. Keep believing n stay focused.Thanks again n good luck on ur journey. u can check out more on propoolvideo.com its a great site for pool

Stevie Moore



Q: Hey Stevie,
It was great to meet you a few weeks ago in New Jersey. The lesson was well worth it, i am taking the techniques and practice tools and applying them to get my game up to the next level. I do have a question, do you have a preferred tip, or just what feels good for your game?


A: Hey Mike

Glad you had a good experience. I enjoyed it myself. You are great student and look forward to seeing your improvement. My preferred tip is a triangle. I've only been using it for about three or four months and i love them.I would definetly say go with what feels good.

Thanks ,

Stevie Moore




 
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