Stan Shuffett

I began playing pool at the age of 8 and basically consider myself a lifelong student of the game. I have top 10 national finishes in the games of 9-ball, 8-ball, and 1-pocket. I grew up learning the game of bank and later became a 100-ball runner in straight pool. My most memorable match was in 1984 at the Tar Heel Open where I ran the 1st 5 racks of 9-ball against Hall of Famer Dallas West and winning 11-4 as was noted in The National Billiard News. My most notable tournament victory came in Athens, Georgia in 2002 at Murphy’s Brass Rail winning a Southeast Open Tour event.
I have been a billiards instructor for 29 years. I obtained my initial BCA training under Jerry Briesath in 1989 and his teachings have been the foundation for my game and for what I have imparted to others. In 1992, I became one of the original 19 chartered members of the BCA Instructors’ Program as we know it today. In October, 2006, I added BCA Advanced Level training to my instructing credentials.

My personal teaching facility is a dedicated studio housing a 4½ x 9 Diamond Pro. It is located at my home in historic Greensburg, which is centrally located in the heart of Kentucky. Hotel accommodations are located within 15 minutes of my home. After a very successful career of 30 years, I retired from public education in May of 2005.

In April of 2010 Stan refined his Pro One aiming system into what is now known as 'Stan Shuffett's CTE/Pro One'. Stan released his Basic Center to Edge and Pro One DVD in January 2011.  In December of 2013, Stan released his CTE PRO ONE DVD 2 "The Final Chapter, Aiming in a New Dimension".  

Stan completed his training for PBIA Master Instructor in February of 2014 under the direction of Scott Lee.





Stan with YuRam and BoRam Cha, the Number 1 and Number 3 Ranked Players in Korea

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