George W. Moore

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George W. Moore was a three-cushion carrom billiard champion.[1]

Biography[edit]

In 1910 he was defeated by Tom Hueston by a single point at Doyle's Billiard Academy.[2]

In 1915 he defeated Alfredo De Oro at the New York Theatre Concert Hall.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Moore's Billiards Win From De Oro. Three-Cushion Champion Now Has Lead of 9 in 150-Point Match". New York Times. May 19, 1915. Retrieved 2011-11-05. George W. Moore, the three-cushion carrom billiard champion, again demonstrated his supremacy over the challenger. Alfredo De Oro, in the second 50-point game of a 150-point match at the New York Theatre Concert Hall, the score for the night's play being 50 to 42, and for the two nights' play Moore now leads by a total of 100 to 91. ... 
  2. ^ "Hueston Wins Close Billiard Match. George W. Moore Beaten by One Point in Three-Cushion Game at Doyle's". New York Times. Retrieved 2013-12-24. Tom Hueston, former champion three-cushion billiardist, defeated George W. Moore of this city in the handicap match which closed at Doyle's Billiard Academy, West Forty-second Street, last night by the score of 150 to 129. The terms of the match were that Hueston should make 150 while his opponent was making 130. ...