REVIEWS AND TESTIMONIALS
OF THE BOOK
UPSCALE ONE-POCKET
POOL & BILLIARD MAGAZINE, December 1995 by Thomas C. Shaw
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More and more people are playing One-Pocket, but if you're not among them – or if you just
want to learn more about the game – or you want to become a very strong One-Pocket
player – you should definitely treat yourself to this game. An excellent Book.”

NATIONAL BILLIARD NEWS, December 1995 by Bob Henning
BOOK REVIEW
“This book is a must read for anyone intending to develop a One-Pocket competence, either
as a player or an observer. It is also a must read for the general pool player who wants to
know more about pool than his or her competitors.”

ALL ABOUT POOL MAGAZINE, January 1996 by Bob Campbell
BOOK REVIEW
“If you consider yourself any kind of serious or semi-serious student of the game you MUST
have this book. Period. End of story.”

AMERICAN CUEIST MAGAZINE, January 1996 by Jim West
BOOK REVIEW
“I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to propel his game forward as fast as
possible. If I could have one book on pool this would be it.”

BILLIARD DIGEST MAGAZINE, February 1996 by George Fels
BOOK REVIEW
“I particularly like his (Koehler’s) approach to problem solving, with the solutions given in
order of their effectiveness. No high-falutin’ scientific niceties to decode, either.”

FIRST NATIONAL BILLIARD EXCHANGE, December 1995
BOOK REVIEW
“Jack's attention to the multiple-rail bank shots coupled with the excellent practice drills
makes this the most thorough discussion in print.” “Do yourself, or your favorite pool player,
a tremendous favor and learn to play One-Pocket with Jack Koehler’s UPSCALE ONE-
POCKET.”

BREAKING NEWS, January 1996 by Dave Chartier
BOOK REVIEW
“I would recommend this book to anybody coming up and starting to play One-Pocket. Even
people who have played for many years will find some interesting facts and some systems
they may not know.”

Fredric Fechter, Teacher/Instructor CUESPORT COLLEGE
"In 1947, One-Pocket became my very first game of pool and remained my game of choice
for over ten years, as no short rack games were allowed. I realize now it was my blessing.
I highly recommend Jack Koehler's book "UPSCALE ONE-POCKET" for the serious student
who wishes to become an all-around advanced cueist."
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