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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 14: A billiard table is brushed before break during the World Junior 9-Ball Championships November 14, 2006 in Sydney, Australia. The championship, which is being played at Rooty Hill RSL (Returned Services League) club in Sydney's West, is a nine-ball version of Billiards, and has attracted junior players from all over the world. The championship will culminate on November 17th. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

A professional pool player named Antony Myers sank seven balls on his break shot during a match in England . . . five of his own, and two of his opponent’s balls.  Antony only had to sink two more, plus the 8-ball, to run the table . . . and he did. The whole game was over in less than a minute, and the other guy never got a shot.