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Humble Beginnings The mining town of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia boasts a claim to fame beyond the gold mines; it is also the birthplace of two Australian billiards enigmas Walter Lindrum and Robert Marshall. While Lindrum entered the world of professional billiards, Marshall opted to maintain his amateur status. Marshall received

Early years The debate as to whether skills are learned or inborn is nearly as old as time itself. A family who once resided in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, makes a strong case for talent running in DNA.Walter Lindrum (often called Wally) is an example of someone born

Billiards and Snooker Basics Billiards and Snooker are the names of a couple of widely known games. People often assume that they're identical. The truth, however, couldn't be further from that. Billiards, first and foremost, involves balls that are red, yellow and white. Snooker is a