[Bell Historians] Method name

Matt Dawson matt.dawson at HbM_9yd2mUL2oqNOOjl1wVL7rHN9FtP9TdxmJU0bEaD_JUa-wPaJERKK00kMRphVS1E6eYLXaPQvT874HxM.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jan 24 11:57:21 GMT 2011

On 24 January 2011 11:43, Ted Steele <ted.steele at C-RJEtnXhS5kBHWlh-iQ2RxQE-pVMQEUJ2n2PFQ7czaWnfbSBaHnyXOcvyxZOgS5i4Be2gkFjsO7hPfL37jm.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> The maximum normal break; it can be higher if the break begins with a free ball followed by potting the black and clearing the rest in the normal way for a maximum, giving a 155 break. I dont know if this has ever arisen; does anyone know? It is theoretically possible to begin a break in this way and then miss the final red/black, thus leaving the break at 147. I wonder if this should happen in a top competition the sponsors would pay out the special prize for a 147.
> Ted

I think Jamie Cope made a 151 once, but it wasn't on the telly.

It's also 151 years since Mears cast the eight at St Stephen's,
Rochester Row. Does anyone know whether they've since been tuned or



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