"This year I've had five state championships, one international championship, one national championship, and I also got a second place on an international championship," said Jen Polik.
Not bad for someone who taught herself and didn't even pick up a pool stick until 1999.
"I started out waitressing at a pool hall and we used to get free pool," she said. "I just kind of picked it up and I realized I really liked it."
"A lot of watching and learning. I picked up a lot of different things from different people."
So, what's the key to being a good pool player?
"You have to have a mental frame of mind because you can go out and play and have fun or you can go out with a I want to win attitude."
But attitude could be her biggest attribute. As a female on felt, she wants to increase women's standing in the game.
"Women are starting to take over. Never underestimate a woman, especially with her own pool stick because she's going to get you."
Watch the Ryan Ermanni's video report to see how he faired against Polik in a game of pool.
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