Years active
2007 - present

Game(s) played
       
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Shane shifts gear to take TAR 37 2-1

After another week-end of great play at The Action Report Studio in Las Vegas, Shane Van Boening won his 12th TAR match...

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TAR 36: Shaw quickly disposes of Dechaine

It didn't take 3 sets for Jayson Shaw to quickly dispose of Mike Dechaine in TAR 36...

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Shane Van Boening wins TAR 35

The Action Report's TAR 35: Shane Van Boening vs Dennis Orcollo match is in the books and will go down as one of the most...

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The Action Report History

[Taken from the official T.A.R. website]

"The Action Report was started in 2007 as a tiny website by Justin Collett and Chad Pollman as a way to talk about the game we love. We both enjoy the side of the game that you won't see on ESPN. That is the side of the game where the best players go head to head in long format games playing winner take all. Action.

What started with a few podcasts has become one of the most exciting things in pool thanks to the players, sponsors and most important the fans who make it all possible. TAR was not the first to do live streaming of pool matches but we like to think that we changed the game when it comes to what matches and events get seen by pool fans all over the world.

We have produced [more than thirty] of our signature challenge matches as well as covered some of the largest events in the pool world. We are constantly striving to improve our technical ability and do the best we can for our customers, the players and sponsors."