As any normal 12 year-old girl, Robin wanted boys to notice her. When the boys played pinball, she wanted to play pinball, but when the boys played pool, she didn`t know how to play. But that meant they weren`t paying attention to her, so she learned to play. After some time, the owner of Westminster Family Billiards noticed the raw talent that she exhibited. He began to explain some basics, and gave her pointers to improve her game. A local pool player came in the room one day and saw Robin practicing. He asked her if she wanted to play in the California Women`s State Championship. Robin said no but he still encouraged her to play, and offered to pay her $5 entry fee. She decided to go. At 16 years old, she won the title, her first trophy, $100, and a berth into the U.S. Open Championship. She couldn`t afford to go to the event, but she was quite happy with her accomplishment.
Robin continued to play in different poolrooms and started running with the wrong crowd. Through that ... View All »
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Claim to Fame: Being Drake Bell`s mother & the The Time World Billiards Champion with the new record of MAT 23.25