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Results from ABO Grande Finale
Neil Ayotte and Karl Periard Finalist in the Open.
For the last time this season shooters from the ABO Ottawa/Gatineau Circuit gathered at Terminus Billiards in Gatineau to play the Grand Finale April 12-13. In order to qualify for this event each player had to have participated in at least 4 out of the 8 tournaments held in their respective division. On day one each division played down to the final 8 who were all paid out.
Day 1 had no real upsets to speak of. However in day two the top shooters who most favoured to win this event started facing off. Two Semi-Pro’s met up on the A side in the first match of the day, Roger Miller an Jason Hubert. A couple rolls where the difference in this match as I watched a 7 ball drift off the rail on cut shot by Hubert costing him the rack and eventually losing the set 9-7. A few tables away a short time later another key match up was taking place, as Pro ranked John Leblanc was taking on Semi-Pro Karl Periard. This match up went right down to the wire, the room was filled with anticipation as people gathered to see who wins this hill hill thriller. Periard earned himself the first opportunity at closing out this match. He began his run out without much concern until he left himself a little funny on the 8 ball forcing him to play a delicate touch shot to hold shape. With perhaps a little bit of pressure tightening up in his back arm Periard over hit the 8 leaving himself with either a tough safety or a full table cross corner. He chose the cross and missed it essentially selling out the set, however Leblanc must have tightening up a bit as well as he uncharacteristically rattled the 9 for the win.
Unfortunately for Leblanc the torture was not yet done for the day as he later met up with AAA Neil Ayotte. This was another match that Leblanc was spotting multiple games on a race to 9. After battling hard to get to the hill Leblanc looked like he had the set won shooting the 6 ball on an open table. He chose to come back two rails for the 7 ball, however the siding he put checked off the second rail and slowly found its way to the 8 ball where it froze leaving him no shot on the 7 and costing him the match. Ayotte who was taking advantage of his opportunities and grinding out the B side all day met up with Roger Miller and ended his stellar tournament in third. Ayotte then met up with Periard who had been sitting a few hours since his last match and was able to edge him out 9-7 to take the trophy and $1000 first place prize.
Winner Neil Ayotte
1.Neil Ayotte $1000
2. Karl Periard $700
3. Roger Miller $500A/B
In day one myself and Eric Mallet who’s home room is also Rack-M-Up Billiards won all of our matches on the A side. Our reward was we got to come back the next day to play each other in the A side final four. It was a nervy match with neither one of us playing well. I survived with less then my best and won 7-4 to move on to the A side final against Marc Plamondon. After the pressure of having to beat a friend to the B side was gone I was free stroking. Starting off the match 5-0 capitalizing on all his mistakes early on. I went on to win this match 7-3. Mallet went on to win his next match against Leonard Hereault who had a great tournament and finished tied for 5th with Gerry Filion. Christian Dodgier and Eric Mallet battled to a Hill-Hill with Dodgier getting the win after playing a well timed safety earning him the rack. Dodgier went on to play Plamondon in the B side final taking advantage of his opportunities and wining convincingly. I gave Dodgier 1-7 in the final and we battled to 5-5 with Dodgier taking a break after he evened up the match. I took this opportunity to grab a beverage and collect my thoughts. Dodgier came back scratched off the break leaving me a nice table, I ran out and took back control of the set and won 7-5. Thank you to Mike Meunier President of the ABO and to the host venues Terminus Billiards and Dooly’s Ottawa for a great season.
1. Markus Noe $500
2.Christian Dodgier $375
3.Marc Plamondon $225
Markus Noe and Mike Meunier
The 74th World Tournament of 14.1 August 4-9th in New York City
New York City, NY – The World Tournament of 14.1 will take place once more in New York City for the third year straight. Dragon Promotions and Dr. Michael Fedak are pleased to announce the 74th production of the oldest billiard event in the world on August 4th-9th, 2014. An even bigger star studded field is expected this year with Steinway Billiards Cafe once more hosting the world’s grandest straight pool championship.
“The World Tournament has extended the history of the venerable game of 14.1 well into the 21st century. Thorsten Hohmann is now this century’s three time champion and Darren Appleton’s dramatic 200-and-out game was the kind of “you had to be there” moment that makes it all worthwhile”, says Dr. Michael Fedak who has presented this event for five years now.
“It’s undeniable that this is one of the most looked forward to events of the year for pool enthusiasts. The amount of fan letters and support builds every year that it’s overwhelming and rewarding for us”, says Charlie Williams, Executive Producer of the World Tournament.
Last year’s event had standing room only crowds on most of the days. And there were many firsts such as USA’s champion Shane Van Boening entering for the first time, China’s first 14.1 player in Can Wang, and of course the record shattering performance from England’s Darren Appleton in the semi-finals when he ran a perfect 200 against Filipino World Champion Francisco Bustamante. DVDs of last year’s events can be acquired by clicking onto this link http://www.3cushioncues.
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“New York City has the best straight pool fans in the world!”, said Thorsten Hohmann last year when he won his 3rd World Tournament crown.
Germany’s Hohmann will not only be chasing his fourth World 14.1 crown, but could be the first ever back to back champion of the event, which has not been done in this millenium. Meanwhile, last year’s silver medalist Darren Appleton now has a bronze, a silver, and will be chasing the elusive Gold for his possible first. USA’s John Schmidt will try for his second Gold with top Americans Johnny Archer, Max Eberle, and Charlie Williams right behind him.
“We are very pleased to be back at Steinway Billiards once more. New York City is the perfect home for the World Tournament where the fans really appreciate the artistry of 14.1″, said Cindy Lee, CEO of Dragon Promotions.
Dragon Promotions is one of the leading producers of billiards and sports programming in the world today covering billiards, tennis, football, golf, charity events and more. In a span of 14 years, Dragon Promotions has produced over 200 international events airing on TV networks globally from the USA, China, Philippines, South Korea, Canada, the Middle East, all of Asia, and Europe. Events include The World Tournament of 14.1, Korea vs Philippines Football, The Women’s World 10-Ball Championship, The Typhoon Haiyan Tennis Tournament, The Queens Cup, The Orlando Summer Tennis Open, The International 10-Ball Championship, King & Queen of Carom, Empress Cup, Pro Pool Schools, DP Pro Classic, Women’s Trickshot Challenge, W
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Stage I - 2014 Canadian Pool Championships
The first stage of the 2014 CBSA Canadian Open Pool Championships has come to an end at Shooters Snooker & Sports Club in Toronto. Although the attendance in each event was less than anticipated, the level of play was exceptional. The top players from each division will move on to Stage II of the Championship to be held at the Delta Meadowvale in Mississauga, Ontario. This year marks the first year where both the CBSA and CCS Championships are being held side-by-side. Here is a breakdown of the matches scheduled for this week in Mississauga:
Tuesday, April 15 – 8-Ball
A-Side – John Morra vs Rod Arsenault
A-Side – Erik Hjorleifson vs Paul Potier
B-Side – Jason Klatt vs Alex Pagulayan
B-Side – Sumon Sarkar vs Pahdahsung Shognosh
Thursday, April 17 – 9-Ball
A-Side – Alex Pagulayan vs John Morra
B-Side – Mario Morra vs Paul Potier
B-Side – Jason Klatt vs Erik Hjorleifson
Thursday, April 17 – Women’s 9-Ball
A-Side – Naomi Williams vs Brittany Bryant
B-Side – Kayla Jones vs Joanne Ashton
B-Side – Kayla Roloson vs Maureen Seto
Friday, April 18 – 10-Ball
A-Side - Erik Hjorleifson vs Andy Aupin
B-Side - Alex Pagulayan vs Paul Potier
B-Side - Mario Morra vs Jason Klatt
Friday, April 18 – Women’s 10 Ball
A-Side – Denise Belanger vs Brittany Bryant
B-Side - Naomi Williams vs Hanna Kwon
B-Side - Joanne Ashton vs Kayla Jones
There is no charge for spectators, so drop by and witness a piece of Canadian history being made. Be sure to bring your pool cue as mini-tournaments will be taking place throughout the event. There is no other tourney like it where you have great players from all over Canada in one place at one time.
Souquet and Ouschan win the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open
Ralf Souquet (GER) and Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) have won the titles at the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open Euro-Tour.
In the men’s division, Ralf Souquet played at his best. He took down great names like Ivo Aarts (NED) 9:0, Imran Majid (GBR) 9:3, Mieszko Fortunski (POL) 9:3 and in the final match Karl Boyes (GBR) with 9:4. The final match was dominated by Souquet from start to finish. A bit scrappy in the beginning, Souquet turned out to have the far better break shot than Boyes. He pocketed almost every time a vll on his break and ran out 4 racks without even allowing Boyes into the table. The Brit however had to struggle with his break shot. Most of the time, he came up dry with no ball down or not enough balls crossing the kitchen line. This situation was taken advantage of by Souquet without any mercy. The BCA Hall of Famer played up to his standard and rightfully took the final match with 9:4. „I did not have the best two weeks before at the European Championships“, stated Souquet after the match. „I won a bronze Medal in 9-Ball and one in the team competition. Normally, I am aiming for more“, he added. „I am happy that I found my game in the Euro-Tour and that I was able to perform on that level“, mentioned the likable German.
The first 8 players in the men’s division were:
1. Ralf Souquet (GER)
2. Karl Boys (GBR)
3. Chris Melling (GBR)
Mieszko Fortunski (POL)
5. Phil Burford (GBR)
Imran Majid (GBR)
Francisco Diaz-Pizarro (ESP)
Serge Das (BEL)
The Top Ten men in the Euro-Tour rankings are:
1. Nick van den Berg (NED)
2 .Niels Feijen (NED)
3. Phil Burford (GBR)
4. Karol Skowerski (POL)
5. Tomasz Kaplan (POL)
6. Mateusz Sniegocki (POL)
7. Albin Ouschan (AUT)
8. Konstantin Stepanov (RUS)
9. Mark Gray (GBR)
10. Chris Melling (GBR)
These new rankings after the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open determine the European participants for the Men’s World 9-Ball Championships in Qatar later this year. Nominated through the WPA rankings will be: Thorsten Hohmann (GER), Karl Boyes (GBR), Mika Immonen (FIN), Nick Ekonomopoulos (GRE), Darren Appleton (GBR), Chris Melling (GBR), Niels Feijen (GER), Ralf Souquet (GER) and Huidji See. Nominated through the European Championships will be: Jürgen Jenisy (AUT), Albin Ouschan (AUT), Mateusz Sniegocki (POL), Konstantin Stepanov (RUS) and Michel Barthol (CRO). Nominated through the Euro-Tour rankings will be: Nick van den Berg (NED), Phil Burford (GBR), Karol Skowerski (POL), Tomasz Kaplan (POL), Mark Gray (GBR), Daryl Peach (GBR), Radoslaw Babica (POL), Stephan Cohen (FRA), Mieszko Fortunski (POL), Alex Kazakis (GRE), Imran Majid (GBR), Andreas Gerwen (SWE), Ivo Aarts (NED), Mario He (AUT), Petri Makkonen (FIN), Manuel Gama (POR), Artem Koshovyi (UKR) and Bruno Muratore (ITA). Nominated through the European Senior Championships will be: Tom Strom (SWE).
These names are subject to confirmation by the EPBF.
In the women’s final, Jasmin Ouschan demonstrated her superiority over all other players. In a total of six matches, she only lost seven (7!) individual racks! She defeated Katrine Feijen (DEN) 7:1, Monika Margeta (SWE) 7:1, Katarzyna Wesolowska (POL) 7:1, Oliwia Czuprynska (POL) 7:3, Monica Webb (USA) 7:1 and Kristina Tkach (RUS) in the final match even with 7:0. „I always try and play my best game“, said Ouschan after the match. „This time, I was really feeling good and I think that was the reason why I could perform with my best game“.
The first 8 players in the women’s division were:
1. Jasmin Ouschan (AUT)
2. Kristina Tkach (RUS)
3. Monica Webb (USA)
Ana Gradisnik (SLO)
5. Caroline Roos (SWE)
Kristina Zlateva (BUL)
Claudia Kunz (SUI)
Oliwia Czuprynska (POL)
The Top Ten women in the Euro-Tour rankings are:
1. Jasmin Ouschan (AUT)
2. Anna Mazhirina (RUS)
3. Caroline Roos (SWE)
4. Martine Christiansen (NOR)
5. Ina Kaplan (GER)
6. Jennifer Vietz (GER)
7. Nataliya Seroshtan (RUS)
8. Louise Furberg (SWE)
9. Sandra Baumgartner (AUT)
10. Ine Helvik (NOR)
That concludes the coverage of the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open Euro-Tour for Men and Women.
The event was hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.eurotouronline.eu or contact our press office email@example.com.
Over $1,200 awarded at Michelles Billiards
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Michelle’s weekly Blind Draw Scotch Doubles tournaments came to a close as 12 teams vied for their share of the $844 prize pool. Between the tournament prize fund and the 10 Ball Break and Run Jackpot, 14 of the 24 players walked away with a portion of the $1269 that was up for grabs. It was only fitting that the four finalists, Bonnie Reynolds, Colin Kerr, Steve Viau and Randy Ricard were amongst the most avid supporters of this event throughout the session. These players were all in the top 10 in the point race and therefore, received free entry into this tournament.
As fate would have it, the top 2 players this session, Bonnie Reynolds (4) & Colin Kerr (7), who both won four events this session, were finally paired together and proved why they have been so dominant throughout this session. Bonnie & Colin breezed through the A Division without losing a game with 3-0 victories over Gene Lew (7) & Neil Woo (4), Greg Welbanks (7) & James Stevens (4) and Derek Bedard (7) & Kris Hansen (4). Gene & Neil were able to secure victories over the other two teams to finish in 2nd place in the division and advance to the quarter finals.
In the B Division, Steve Viau (7) & Randy Ricard (4) secured the division title with a 3-0 victory over Randy Johnson (7) & Linda Saville (3) and besting Paul Schinkel (6) & Jenn Comeau (4) by a 3-1 score. Steve & Randy lost their last match in a hill-hill battle to Peter Linkletter (6) & Steve Horvath (4) which guaranteed both of these teams to advance to the quarter finals.
Simon Yeung (5) & Gemma Pratt (4) dominated the C Division with 3-1 victories over Stefan Bonnici (5) & Matt Bell (4) and Brian Belobradic (7) & Sharon Cullen (2) before completing their sweep of the division with a shutout victory over Scott Templeton (5) & Mike Horvath (4). Stefan & Matt secured 2nd place in the division with their 3-0 victory over Brian & Sharon in the final match.
So the stage was set for the quarter-finals, with the top two teams Colin & Bonnie with a perfect 3-0 record in matches and a 9-0 record in games and Simon & Gemma with a 3-0 record in matches and a 9-2 record in games in the round robin play receiving byes to the semi-finals. Stefan Bonnici & Matt Bell breezed by Peter Linkletter & Steve Horvath 3-0 to advance to the first semi-final match against Colin Kerr & Bonnie Reynolds. Steve Viau & Randy Ricard defeated Gene Lew & Neil Woo by a 3-1 margin to advance to the other semi-final where Simon Yeung & Gemma Pratt awaited.
In the fist semi-final, Colin & Bonnie had to win four games to Stefan & Matt’s three. Colin & Bonnie showed their first signs of vulnerability, as they were down 2-2 when Stefan narrowly missed his last ball, as he tried to hold the cue ball for shape on the 8 Ball. Colin & Bonnie proceeded to run out the game to force the hill-hill decider. They then concluded the match with a perfectly executed break and run to advance to the finals.
In the other semi-final, Steve & Randy, who had to win four games to Simon & Gemma’s three caught their stride and advanced to the finals with a convincing 4-0 rout.
Both teams understandably elected to shorten their long evening and split the finals and the third place match. So the final results were as follows:
1st place / 2nd place: Colin Kerr & Bonnie Reynolds $297
Steve Viau & Randy Ricard $297
3rd place / 4th place: Stefan Bonnici & Matt Bell $125
Simon Yeung & Gemma Pratt $125
As there was no confirmation that this weekly event would continue, the 8 Ball Three Rail Jackpot was combined with the 10 Ball Break and Run Jackpot and teams were drawn until the $425 Jackpot was awarded. After 37 attempts, the Jackpot was finally exhausted as the teams slowly diminished the Jackpot with each attempt. Many teams who had purchased additional tickets had multiple attempts at the Jackpot with only the following six teams winning a share of the $425:
Colin Kerr & Bonnie Reynolds $159
Steve Viau & Randy Ricard $107
Brian Belobradic & Sharon Cullen $75
Greg Welbanks & James Stevens $40
Stefan Bonnici & Matt Bell $23
Gene Lew & Neil Woo $21
Unfortunately, Michelle’s Billiard’s and Lounge has yet to decide to continue this weekly tournament. I would like to thank everyone for their support and participation during the previous 13 weeks and offer congratulations to all the winners who took home a portion of the $1269 from the Championship.
No one able to stop Feijen so far
Niels Feijen is on fire! After winning the 9-Ball European Champion title two days ago, he is now in the final 16 players of the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open Euro-Tour event. He had an epic clash with Albin Ouschan (AUT) in the round of the last 32 players. Feijen seemed to be unstoppable by Ouschan. After 8 racks, the scoreboard displayed 7:1 for Feijen. Then the tide seemed to turn in the match. Ouschan won a rack after Feijen gave him a good safety position but Ouschan luckily pocketed the 2-ball. That obviously gave him wind underneath his wings. Ouschan managed to pull a few racks back from Feijen. And “The Terminator” seemed to be impressed by Ouschan’s comeback. 6:7 was the score after 13 racks. Then, Ouschan came up with a sloppy played safety shot. That was his end in the tournament. Feijen ran that rack and the next one to win this match with 9:6. He will now face Chris Melling (GBR) in the next round.
Other notable results from today include Manuel Gama (POR) ousting Darren Appleton (GBR) from the event with 9:6. Serge Das (BEL) had a close heads-up match with Daryl Peach (GBR). Das had the better end in his favor, winning the match with 9:8 over Peach. Young „Orange“ player Ivo Aarts (NED) also still has the chance to leave his footprints in the tournament. He defeated Babken Melkonyan (ROM) with 9:6 and will now have to deal with „grandmaster“ Ralf Souquet (GER) in the next round.
In the women’s Euro-Tour event, all-time favored player Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) won her match in the round of the final 16 players clearly with 7:1 over Katarzyna Wesolowska (POL). She will now face Wesolowska’s teammate Oliwia Czuprynska (POL) who eliminated Kateryna Polovinchuk (UKR) 7:1 in the next round. Kristina Zlateva (BUL) has a match with Monica Webb (USA) in the same round. Zlateva overcame Martine Christiansen (NOR) 7:3 while Webb destroyed Darya Sirotina (RUS) with 7:1. Caroline Roos (SWE) will play Ana Gradisnik (SLO) in the same round, just like Claudia Kunz (SUI) versus Kristina Tkach (RUS).
The Euro-Tour event will continue tomorrow morning at 10:00 am local time.
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.eurotouronline.eu or contact our press firstname.lastname@example.org.
USBTC 8-Ball Matches Released on CSI YouTube Channel
CueSports International, Henderson, Nevada (April 11, 2014) – CSI has released all recorded matches from the 8-Ball Division of the 2014 US Bar Table Championships on the CSI YouTube channel. Over ten (10) hours of action featuring some of the world’s best players including Shane Van Boening, Darren Appleton, Warren Kiamco, Jayson Shaw, Mike Immonen, Thorsten Hohmann, Corey Deuel, Carlo Biado, and many more are now available for viewing in high definition absolutely free.
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Appleton sneaks past Kazakis with a lot of help from Lady Luck
In an exciting winner’s round match, World Games Gold Medallist Darren Appleton defeated Alexander Kazakis (GRE) with 9:7 in the second winner’s round of the Dynamic Billard North Cyprus Open Euro-Tour.
The story of the match is filled with ups and downs from both players. But Appleton always had his nose a bot in front of Kazakis. In the 8th rack, Kazakis breaks the balls and has no shot on the lowest numbered ball. He plays a decent safety shot. Appleton gets to the table and pockets the object ball over the side rail, running the rack to take a two rack lead with 5:3. A similar situation occurred in the 12th rack. Kazakis broke and again had no shot on the lowest numbered ball. He decided to play a safety shot and, again, come up with a tough situation for Appleton. The Brit fired the 3-ball in over one rail and got himself no position for the 4-ball. Again, he used a rail and sunk the 4-ball in the corner pocket. Finally, he had one blocked ball which was the 6-ball. He also sunk that over one rail into the side pocket and took again a two-rack lead over Kazakis, 7:5. Being on the hill with 8:6 a bit later on in the match, Appleton for the first time broke the balls and did not have a dry break. He had balls down and even a shot at the lowest numbered ball. He had an open table for the match point. He got to the 7-ball when he left that hanging over the corner pocket. That gave second life to Kazakis who probably did not expect to get to the table in that match again. Kazakis cleared the rack and turned the scoreboard to 7:8 with his own break shot coming up. When he broke the balls, the two contestants had a small discussion as to whether enough balls had crossed the headstrong in order for the break to boot be dry. Appleton said that Kazakis played a dry break. After the match, that could be confirmed by the TV pictures. Appleton again had the match point in his hands. He got to the 4-ball this time before he missed a shot. But Kazakis also missed the 4-ball and allowed Darren Appleton back into the table. This time, there was no more room for errors from Appleton. He ran the rack and won the match with 9:7. „I really need to improve my break shot“, stated Appleton after the match,“ I had four out of six being dry“. That needs to be improved for him to remain successful in the tournament.
Other notable results from today include Karl Boyes (GBR) losing his opening match with 7:9 to unheralded Onur Yildirim (TUR). In the loser’s round, Boyes went ahead and ousted Fabio Petroni (ITA) from the event with 9:6. Petroni had lost to Ali Karafiloglu (TNC) earlier today. Another big upset was Huidji See (NED) losing against Mustapha Tabelsi (TUN) with 8:9.
In the women’s division, Jasmin Ouschan (AUT) smashed her opponent Katrine Feijen (DEN) with 7:1. Monika Margeta (SWE) sneaked past Nathalie Seichter (NED) with 7:6.
The event is hosted by the European Governing Body for Pool, the European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF) and organized by International Billiard Promotion (IBP). For further information and reference please go to the federation website www.epconline.eu or contact our press office email@example.com.
Canadian Open Pool Championships Underway In Toronto
The opening stages of the 2014 Canadian Open Pool Championships kicked off earlier this week at Shooters Snooker & Sports Club. This year the format of the event has been changed to two venues. The final stages will be hosted at the Delta Meadowvale Hotel in Mississauga, ON, starting on Tuesday, April 15th.
The Championships consist of Open divisions in 8, 9, & 10-Ball, and a Women’s divisions in 9 & 10-Ball. The field consist of past World Pool Champions Alex Pagulayan & Brittany Bryant, along with other past Canadian Champions such as John Morra, Jason Klatt, Paul Potier, Francis Crevier, Joanne Ashton & Naomi Williams.
The Canadian Billiards and Snooker Association (CBSA) is also very pleased to announce that Simonis Cloth and OB cues are returning as sponsors of the 2014 Canadian Cue Sport Championships. Simonis will be the official cloth supplier for the pool disciplines and OB is the official cue sponsor of this year’s events. “Having a giant in the billiard industry like Simonis and a reputable and respected cue manufacturer like OB involved with our national championships will definitely enhance our events.. We wish to thank them very much and are deeply grateful for their support,” noted Steve Cooper CBSA president.
The Canadian Amateur Pool Championships will be hosted by Fairville Shooters in Saint John NB, June 24 to 29.
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