Legendary Egerbie from the mid- 1980s Seminole days makes NJAA debut Posted on January 24, 2017 at 07:43:40 PM by Jeff "Laca" Conway
Legendary Seminole Middle School player "Egerbie" has made his first appearance in a NJAA action at Puryear Park this week. He was one of the original Pinellas county amateur players and played many years at Seminole Middle School and Largo Market Place "frontons" back in the 80s.
Among those he played with back then include current NJAA players Laca and Seminole King. He also can claim he "taught" former pros Tedrick, Paul B. and Chris how to play jai-alai - all of whom were all regulars back in the 80s before going pro shortly afterwards. Other regulars back then included Matt The Mummy, Javy and Mark Fox (aka Joey).
He won playing with Rocco over the weekend and improved greatly in Tuesday nights performance. He is on vacation for the week and will be returning to Georgia soon. For nearly 30 years now he has been a professional blackjack and poker dealer. Replies: There have been no replies.
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