A Woman to Know: Masako Katsura

Men want to beat me. I play men six, seven hours a day. Men — they do not beat me. — Masako Katsura

(image via Wikimedia Commons)

As one billiards legend remembered her: "She was a mere slip of a thing, 5 feet tall and 96 pounds, but what a phenomenal billiard player! She was petite, polite, precise, feminine, charming, modest, entrancing and a scoring machine unlike any other."

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