Neight is Wisconsin master player from Madison, Wisconsin. Here is a list of his accomplishments in pool...
When asked why he created the podcast, he answered, "there is a desire for knowledge at a local, national, and world level from players of all abilites. I hope to be the medium between the players, events, topics, etc and our listening followers that I feel just does not currently exist. I hope to make this a one stop pod for all of your pool knowledge needs."
Robert Hovick is a Wisconsin and national master from from Marshfield, WI. Here are a list of Robs accomplishments in pool...
Rob is best known for having a hard time staying quiet while playing. He switched to 3 cushion in 2016 and will not look back. Rob says he is doing this podcast because, "my days are numbered and this is a chance to make myself look like a fool on the air, cannot pass that up. If I can help one listener to laugh or learn I will go to the pool hall in the sky a happy guy. "
Demetrius Jelatis is a professional level pool player that splits his time between tournament play and running http://www.mnpoolbootcamp.com, his pool instruction business. Some of his career accomplishments include:
Demetrius joined the podcast because he is passionate about the game of pool and wants to help listeners get as much out of their pool journeys as he has from his own.
An extremely talented writer, marketer, and social media wizard, Eugene is the entire social media presence of the Cue It Up Facebook page. Eugene is the founder and operator of the TheCueist.net. One of the most well done hubs for information across the entire cue sports world. Eugene began working with the Cue It Up team in September of 2019 to help focus both of our ultimate goals; to better the game of pool.
I’m Molina Mike . Facebook pool fan and poor mans reporter. He also does some buying, selling, and raffling of cues. I get my love covering the sport and helping out players if I can buying product . I also enjoy the action side of the game so if there’s something going on, I usually have some kind of action stirring up on it. As far as my game goes , it’s pretty non existent. I have four daughters so finding time to practice is far and few between. But I do have some buddies who I enjoy sparring with, and it helps scratch the competitive itch. League wise, I also do not play. I just don’t have time to commit . The podcast is just what the sport needs in my opinion. It’s the modern way to get information out to fans and is put together extremely well . It’s got great guests, great content , and it’s exactly what we needed in this day in age as news and coverage of all things have shifted .
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