Thanks for the feedback. I will take it into consideration and I do agree with some of what you wrote.
However, just as with many things in life, I fell into this by accident while dealing with PTSD. I see your point though. That being said, we lack monetary movement to make sudden changes. Many things you mentioned take money to resolve. I sing, play guitar, and hustle which is how I make my money. People have enjoyed my singing for years and still continue to do so. Except, the music industry is forever volatile and competitive.
Its so happened that I met a highly influential person in the billiards industry, sent them my game rules without signing a confidentiality form. Therefore, I rushed everything over to the Library of Congress to gain copyrights. This way, I can make revisions and still be credited with the game. As of now, 99% of those who have taken the surveys (17 folks) give the game high remarks and indicated that they would be willing to watch None Is Perfect Billiards on media. The one exception says it's great for beginners.
Come February 2020, I have a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of finding funds to make some of those adjustments you have advised. I wish I had more of a team on this, but it's mainly just me by myself making moves. I know I can't think of everything and I've never claimed to be a great writer or business mind. However, I'm not going to be intimidated out of the goals set out for this game.
Once again, we appreciate the feedback and hope to be in touch from time to time. I'm easily accessible online for anyone interested in to discuss more about the goals for our new 21st Century game.
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