Jamison Neu is considered one of the worlds greatest trick shot billiard players, and is without a doubt, one of the world's best massé shot makers. In fact, Jamison Neu is so great at executing massé shots that many variations of the massé shot have been named after him.
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Jamison Neu - Billiard Player
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Jamison Neu - Biography
- Date of Birth: 1979-05-13 00:00:00.000
- Place of Birth: North Carolina, USA
- Country of Residence: United States (USA)
- Jamison Neus Nickname(s): The Gentleman, Mr. Masse
- Jamison Neus Sponsors: Fury Cues
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- Jamison Neus Website: jamisonneu.com
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Jamison Neus Cue Sports Records and Accomplishments
Jamison Neu has had many accomplishments throughout his career as a professional billiard player.
- 2005 World Masse Champion
- 2005 World Stroke Champion
- 2005 Masters Masse Champion
- Ranked #1 statistically at the end of 2005 season
- Jamison Neu was the only person to ever make all Masse shots twice within first 8 tournaments
- 1 of 4 people to ever make all Masse shots once in tournament play
- Highest score ever recorded in Masse with only one missed attempt
- Currently ranked #1 at Stroke and Masse
- 5th place at the 2005 World Championship
- 6th place at the 2004 World Championship
- Performed trick shot exhibitions and pool clinics 4 times per day for 26 days straight in Las Vegas
- Performs trick shot shows all over the United States
Of course these are just a few of Jamison Neu's accomplishments.
- Title: Jamison Neu
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 6/1/2008 9:17:00 PM
- Last Updated: 10/23/2016 5:08:06 PM
- Last Updated By: billiardsforum
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