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Memories created at Amsterdam pool hall

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When he was 15, Amsterdam native Mark Copp was “a heckuva pool player” at Frank’s Pool Hall, above the Sears store next to the bus station on Amsterdam’s East Main Street. Copp said, “The smoke was so thick that you could hardly see the table next to you. You could buy cigarettes for two cents each (three for a nickel) from a shot glass kept under the counter!” Copp still has his membership card in ...


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