Guestbook

Mr. Ceulamans;
It will be an honor to see you again in Denver in July and take part in the workshop. I am certain your instruction will bring my own billiard game to a more respectable level. I will also draw you again as I did in Tacoma.

Tom "Huf" Hofstedt
Thomas Hofstedt, USA, 05-16-2003 at 01:23
Mr Ceulemans. PLEASE let me know when you book will be ready as I ahve looked for it every where for the last ten year.You are an outstanding man as well as a player of the highest level keep up the great work, Best regards, Ken..
Ken Tewksbury, USA, 05-13-2003 at 06:17
Dear Mr. Ceulemans:

I look forward to the republication of your book and continuing to see you play your magnificent game in competition.
Very Best Regards,
David Stearns
David K. Stearns, USA, 05-01-2003 at 09:33
U herinnert zich waarschijnlijk de fijne namiddag dat ik enkele foto's mocht komen nemen van U en het beeld dat ik voor U mocht maken naar aanleiding van de Sportman van het Jaar 2001. Ik ben U echter niet vergeten en zou graag een e-mailadres van U ontvangen naar waar ik de foto's kan opsturen, zoals ik U indertijd heb beloofd. Met vriendelijke groetjes, Jef.
Jef Malfait, BelgiŽ, 04-27-2003 at 19:53
Mr.Ceulemans,
I have been playing billiards now for about two years now and what an addicting game it has become!i live in the cleveland ohio area and have the fortune to be able to play on three verhoeven tables at Racks Billards in Middleburgh Hts, Ohio.I'm planning on coming to Las Vegas in July to see the World Cup and I hope to get the chance to meet you there and try to convince you to come to our pool room and put on an exhibition while you are here in america.If you get the chance please e-mail back would really enjoy hearing from you!
God Bless,
Mark Karpowicz
markkarpowicz, u.s.a., 04-17-2003 at 03:08
Dear Sir: I have watched you play for many years, beginning in Las Vegas in the late 70's. I am a member of the Burbank Elks, and I play and teach younger players. I am 58, and still can play 350 points in a day, as I love the game and have a lot of stamina. I'm certain that you are the greatest player who ever lived, and although you're still in the top 3-5 players, I would shudder to think what your average would be if today's equipment had been available 20-25 years ago. You will always be the standard other players are compared to. God Bless You and give you good health and long life. Sam Worley
Sam Worley, Los Angeles, California, 04-15-2003 at 00:38
beste raymond,
Ik heb onlangs een boek gekocht over biljarten,
daar ik in de fut en ben
op een club gegaan om er
het een en ander teleren
vandaar dat ik je schrijf in de hoop dat ik een boek kan kopen met voor beelden om het wat onder de knie tekrijgen.
in afwachting uw bericht
teken ik
W.S.veld
bleekhof 167
8921 ME
ws.veld, ned . leeuwarden, 04-13-2003 at 20:07
hi raymond..

i have just updated my knowledge about whats going on out there...i congratulate you for your 2001 championship and also your upcoming knighthood:) thanks for being our idol

efes ( from istanbul )
asst to bora karatay
efes gunkut, usa, 04-07-2003 at 00:47
Dear Sir:
As a 3-cushion enthusiast for over 35 years, I would like to learn how to play from the all-time worlds finest. If you give a clinic in the states please contact me.
Joe Pershes, USA, 03-18-2003 at 14:17
Dear Sir Raymond Ceulemans:

It's really wonderful to look at your trophy history and discover you get stronger as the years pass. Certainly the Knighthood honors your career and 3-C spirit.

Keep your smile and enjoy each stroke.

Rgds, Adolfo.
Adolfo Carrasco, Chile, 03-12-2003 at 02:13