RAWLINS – The clean, green-felted tables are ready to go. Local pool sharks are undoubtedly well-practiced. World-class players, meanwhile, have flocked from practically every corner of the world to be here.

Today marks the start of the annual Andy Cloth High Desert Shootout, a relatively young but respected Wyoming pool tournament that attracts hundreds of competitors to the City of Rawlins, from juniors to professionals.

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