Shane Van Boening Net Worth

Among the most famous American pool players, Shane Van Boening, has a net worth of at least $500000. Born on July 14, 1983, in Rapid City, South Dakota, Shane Van Boening is a professional pocket billiard player. He started learning the game when he was young, and has since gone on to become a four-time U.S. Open 9-Ball champion. He has been voted the Player of the Year by three major pool publications.

Shane Van Boening is known for his work ethic and dedication to improve his skills. He has been on the professional pool scene since his debut, and has won ten of his fifteen appearances. The majority of his time is spent practicing pool, which can take between 12 and 15 hours, without a break. He does not smoke, drink alcohol, or use drugs, and is not known for causing fights or breaking the rules. He is a regular fixture on TAR broadcasts.

Shane Van Boening’s parents were both billiards players, and his grandmother was a one-time national champion. He grew up in Rapid City, South Dakota. His family is also well-known for their pocket billiards skill. His grandfather, David Boening, was a well-known trick shot artist.

Despite his family’s pool background, Shane Van Boening has not been known for previous hookups. In fact, he prefers to keep his personal life private. However, there are some rumors that he has had at least one girlfriend. He is not currently married, but has had several children.

Van Boening has been ranked the #1 player in the Matchroom Pool rankings, and is currently ranked number one in the US by the UPA Tour. He also ranked in the P&B fans’ favorite players poll. During his professional career, he has won over 100 professional titles. His best performances include winning the Reno Open 9-Ball Championship in 2010, the first-ever World Ten-Ball Championship in 2007, and the three majors in 2007.

Van Boening’s mother was a Billiard Congress of America (BCA) champion, and his father was a former BCA champion. He also has two brothers, Michael and Jeff. He has two children, a son, Ryan, and a daughter, Sarah. He is also the owner of Lucky Billiards in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His grandmother, Jeanne Bloomberg, is the aunt of Gary Bloomberg, a world-famous pool player.

In 2007, Van Boening was named male Player of the Year by three major pool publications. He has also been named player of the decade for the 2010s. His net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million. He is also known for his good attitude and his eschewing of alcohol and drugs during his matches. He uses a Cuetec WCT Break Cue, which is one of the most technically advanced cues available on the market today.

Van Boening is hearing impaired, and uses a hearing aid. He turns off his hearing aid during games to concentrate on the game. However, his opponents have argued that he is unable to hear the balls rolling. Despite his hearing problems, Shane Van Boening has won numerous championships, and has been praised for his attitude towards the sport.