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Professional pool players come in all shapes and sizes. They also all have different stories on how they became a professional pool player. The most important part in the quest to go pro is to practice, practice, then practice some more! Playing pool is a very tough competitive sport to break into and so many people are great at it. To become a professional pool player takes great skill, style and winning tournaments.

When you start playing pool at a young age, the best bet is to play at local pool and billiard halls so that you can pick up not only on the lingo but also grab some great pointers on the game from the old timers. Gather experience and start playing against the adults locally. Eventually, once you build up your skills, you can start to enter tournaments. It may take several years of entering tournaments and consistently winning games to join the big leagues of professional pool players.

To determine where the tournaments are held in your area, cruise internet sites catering to professional pool players. Find out where they are playing. Subscribe to some pool magazines to learn where the games are. At one time, in order to be considered professional pool players, you had to place in the top twenty-four in at least two professional tournaments per year. Today, you start earning the big bucks and winning tournaments then you are considered one of the many professional pool players on the circuit.

If you attend college and want to become one of the many professional pool players but don't know how to start, play in college tournaments to determine your skill level and how you measure up to other players. If you are a consistent college tournament winner, you just may have what it takes to go pro. Start slowly and get your feet wet with a smaller pro tournament and work your way up from there.

It just takes a lot of practice, trial and error and being in the right place at the right time. As mentioned before, there are so many people that are great pool players and have what it takes to be among the elite professional pool players. You have to be better than them and play to win. That is what professional pool players are all about.

 
   

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