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About Edward A.

Hello, My name is Eddie, I am a PBIA Instructor, I have been playing pool for over 30 years. I offer the latest training aids along with video analysis of your stroke. I can help you learn the game of pool properly and become a better player,proper stance,stroke and proper aiming. I can teach you how to play position with the cue ball to run out racks. Let me teach you how to play pool and you to will become a better pool player.

I am originally from Brooklyn, NY and live in Central Florida now for 16 years. I have been playing pool since I was 14 years old and fell in love with the game. Let me share my knowledge of the game with you.

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  • Teaching since 2016
  • Teaches students Male: 15 and up; Female: 18 and up
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate

Reviews (12)

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John Mar 11, 2019
Billiards · Online

Edward and I had a horrible time trying to connect via the Take Lessons interface. I could see and hear him but he couldn't hear me. This being interactive doesn't work. We futzed with it for about 20 minutes and then went to Skype, which worked perfectly. Take Lessons needs to get their act together on their interface.

Once connected via Skype, we had an almost instant "buddy" connection. Eddie is really pleasant and very good at working with what you have, which in my case is not much. We spent the first ten or so minutes with me hitting simple shots with the cue ball only so he could study my "technique." He immediate spotted about three flaws and we spent the next thirty or so minutes working on grip, alignment, open and closed bridge (left hand use for a right hander) and ball striking for an on line shot. From there he had me shooting a simple cut shot explaining how to aim it, hit the spot and pocket the ball. I must have hit that shot for him 30 times with only ONE miss. The whole time he was giving me feedback on minor corrections and positive reenforcement when I got something right. We finished the hour with him giving me practice instructions for the next week and a brief conversation about sticks and tips. It turns out I lucked out and bought what he called "an excellent entry stick".

I played a match with a friend right after the lesson and applied what Eddie had given me in our lesson. I made a lot of shots I would normally not have expected to make utilizing Eddies instruction. I still lost the match (my friend is highly advanced) but gave him more of a game than normal, and won two out of five. I'm very pleased.

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David Aug 14, 2018
Billiards · In studio

First lesson. Great start.

Melvin Jul 23, 2018
Billiards · In studio

helped my game appreciated his teachings

Todd Jun 21, 2018
Billiards · Online

Learned a tremendous amount as a beginner just watching Eddie’s videos. Looking forward to having lessons in person. Well done sir!

Mark Jan 25, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Eddie definitely has my vote! I have not seen a more complete, detailed and easy to learn instructor as Eddie. I appreciate his perfectionist nature his and attention to detail. He showed me what I was doing wrong and provided easy to understand lessons. Most of all, practice, practice, practice! I'll be taking more lessons until I can become as proficient as the master. You will not be disappointed, I highly recommend Eddie as your next billiards instructor!

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Lance Jan 25, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Eddie is extremely professional & knowledgeable.
He was very helpful from basic fundamentals to showing me some drills I can work on. More importantly, it was fun & he is a cool dude.

Donna Jan 24, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Eddie is an awesome instructor and knows the ins and outs of billiards. I would recommend Eddie very highly. He's given me a few lessons and I have to say he helped me improve my game greatly. He's the BEST and amazing to watch!!!

NOVALEE Jan 23, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Excellent! Knowledgeable, professional, patient and personable. Couldn't ask for a better instructor....well worth it!!

Edward Jan 23, 2018
Billiards · In studio

I'm not one to write reviews but here goes nothing. I consider myself a pretty good pool player but wanted to sharpen my game. after a few lessons I must say I became a better pool player than I thought I was. One thing I liked was that when he showed me something it was repeated until I got it. He was a great teacher and you can tell he loved the game. I gave him five stars because he was knowledgeable and patient showing me different shots and techniques over and over till I perfected them.

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Nick Jan 23, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Awesome instruction. I’ve had lessons before, but never as good as these. Highly recommended!!

Helen Jan 23, 2018
Billiards · In home

Great instructor very knowledgeable and patient

Phil Jan 23, 2018
Billiards · In studio

Amazing instructor. He took my game to the next level.

Experience

PBIA INSTRUCTOR
Jan 2017 - Present

Private Studio

Education

PBIA Instructor
Jan 2017 - Feb 2017

Professional Billiard Instructor Association

Languages

English

Fluent / Native Proficiency

Certifications

PBIA Instructor
Jan 2017

PBIA

Affiliations

World Pool-Billiard Association
Jan 2017
The World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA) is the international governing body for pocket billiards. The group was formed in Germany in November of 1987, as a result of the efforts of the European Pocket Billiard Federation. The Asian Pocket Billiard Union (APBU) was formed shortly after, and became the second member of the WPA. North America became the third member in 1990 and Oceania joined in 1992. The Australasian Pool Association represented Oceania in the WPA until 1999, until it was replaced by the Oceania Pocket Billiard Association (OPBA). It was also in 1999 that the Confederacion Panamerican de Billar (CPB) and the All African Pool Association (AAPA) joined the WPA and based upon this the WPA truly represents all corners of the world. The current WPA president is Ian Anderson of Australia.

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