Legends of pool help break in the new club

Pool Pub on Rentemestervej in Nordvest is officially reborn following a sell-out reopening of its facilities last Saturday.


The four owners – (left-right) Nikolai, Brian, Jimmi, Daniel – were thrilled with what they called an “exceptional event”.


Former national champion Jan Pedersen (left) played another former champ, Nick Conradi (second left), to mark the opening.


Among those also present (centre to right) were Gerry, Claus and Rasmus – it is believed Gerry is from Ireland but nobody is quite sure;


Mark from Australia was there, no doubt insisting on everyone playing Aussie rules


And there were plenty of others who gathered to boogie the night away to the live band





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