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Archive for April, 2006

International Pool Tour News

April 27th, 2006

International Pool Tour NewsDear IPT Supporter:The IPT has undergone incredible growth over the last few months. Building a profitable international pool tour is a huge undertaking. It takes a tremendous commitment in financial resources, manpower, and time. Something of this magnitude does not happen overnight. The IPT is fully committed for the long term. We have the financial resources, business expertise, long-term vision, and exciting future corporate partners that will ensure that the IPT continues to grow and expand for many, many years to come! Here are some updates on various issues:Worldwide TV Contracts – There has been tremendous worldwide interest in the purchasing of the King of the Hill TV series, and acquiring rights to broadcasting the entire 2006 season. The bidding war and negotiations amongst all the television broadcasters has been exciting and time consuming. We have made our decisions and will be announcing the exact times and networks that will handle the IPT 2006 tournament schedule within the next two weeks.

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Kelly Fisher Repeats Win at San Diego Classic

April 23rd, 2006

Kelly Fisher Repeats Win at San Diego Classicby InsidePOOL StaffSee the tournament chart (http://www.wpba.com/cms/?pid=1005999)Number-one-ranked on the WPBA, Allison Fisher returned to match up with defending champion Kelly Fisher, the snooker prodigy from England. In the other bracket, number-two-ranked Karen “The Irish Invader” Corr met Sarah Ellerby. Both of these matches ended up being lopsided, as Kelly Fisher vanquished Allison Fisher 7-4, while Corr ousted England’s Ellerby 7-2, going on to meet Kelly Fisher in the final match.

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Four Remain in the Winners’ Bracket on Florida Pro Tour

April 23rd, 2006

Four Remain in the Winners’ Bracket on Florida Pro Tourby Rick DavisView Brackets here (http://www.platinumbilliards.com/eventbracket.php)On the one-loss side, Butch “The Butcher” Croft defeated Ricky Sanchez in a see-saw battle. This was Sanchez’s first appearance on the tour in two years, and of the group of players he came with from Miami, he was the only one to finish in the money.

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Final Four Go into Sunday

April 23rd, 2006

Final Four Go into SundayThe WPBA 2006 San Diego Classic has whittled from 64 to its final 4 players going into Sunday’s matches. The event, held at the Viejas Casino in Alpine, CA, will end today.In the first round of the new single-elimination final 16 format, See the tournament chartIn other action, Melissa Herndon was ahead of Dawn Hopkins for most of their match but couldn’t hold on after being tied double-hill and lost in a 2 hour, 16 minute marathon. Gerda Hofstatter started strong against defending champion Kelly Fisher 3-0, but Fisher fought back to tie the match at 5 before moving past “G-Force” to bring it to 8-5. Hofstatter fought back to force a hill-hill match that eventually went in favor of Fisher 9-8.

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Top 16 Begin Sunday’s Florida Pro Tour Matches

April 23rd, 2006

Top 16 Begin Sunday’s Florida Pro Tour Matchesby Rick DavisView Brackets here (http://www.platinumbilliards.com/eventbracket.php)

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WPBA Enters Single-Elimination

April 22nd, 2006

WPBA Enters Single-Eliminationby Mark MargarettenSee the tournament chart (http://www.wpba.com/cms/?pid=1005999)By 3:30 p.m., the player to watch was clearly “The Florida Flash,” Van Buren. Not only did she earn her touring pro status by besting Megan Minerich 9-3, she made the final 16, en route to her highest finish yet.

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WPBA Elimination Rounds Begin

April 21st, 2006

WPBA Elimination Rounds Begin by InsidePOOL StaffSee the tournament chart (http://www.wpba.com/cms/?pid=1005999)There were a few upsets in the first round. Megan Minerich defeated Gerda Hofstatter 9-5, Tracie Hines defeated Xiaoting Pan 9-1, while Dawn Hopkins defeated Tiffany Nelson 9-5, and Rodgers bested Melissa Little 9-5. But the biggest surprise of the night is that the number-three-ranked Monica Webb took an early exit, sent to the left side by Hsian Huang in a hill-hill match and then ousted by Bonnie Coats 9-8 again.

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Ussery Wins Florida Pro Tour Event

April 16th, 2006

Ussery Wins Florida Pro Tour Eventby Rick DavisAs the afternoon moved along, the remaining top eight players clashed as everyone inched closer to the finals. On the winners’ side of the bracket, Gabe Owen took control of Carlos Viera, besting him 8-3, while Dave Broxson defeated Sparkey Ferrell 8-5. Meanwhile, on the one-loss side B.J. Ussery eliminated Richie Richeson 8-5, as Bill Ferguson ousted Mark Coats 8-4. Richeson and Coats received $650 for their 7-8th place finish.The next round moved the one-loss side to two remaining players as Ferrell bested Ferguson 8-3, and Ussery ousted Viera 8-4. Ferguson and Viera each took away $900 for their 5-6th place finish.Ussery stayed hot as he bested Ferrell in the quarterfinals 8-3. Ferrell received $1200 for his 4th place finish. At the next table, Owen defeated Broxson 8-5 to become king of the hill, as Broxson moved on to play Ussery in the final match of the one-loss side. The match went battled back and forth at first, until Ussery took control and then the match with a final score of 8-4. InsidePOOL Magazine’s 2005 Amateur Player of the Year took a long road to the finals after losing in the opening round to Dave Grossman and then winning ten matches to reach the finals where Owen awaited him. Dave Broxson received $1500 for 3rd place and a weekend of very solid play.

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Scorpion Comes Back to Sting Lion to Win SML 9-Ball Open Championship

April 16th, 2006

Scorpion Comes Back to Sting Lion to Win SML 9-Ball Open Championship Calgary AB – In a morning matchup on the final day of competition, Alex “The Lion” Pagulayan maintained his undefeated streak by downing Johnny “The Scorpion” Archer 11-2. Pagulayan advanced to the final while Archer moved to the B-side bracket. Archer then battled his way back defeating Calgary’s Edwin Montal 11-4 and the right to meet Pagulayan in the SML 9-ball Open Championship game. Following a four-hour marathon match, Archer’s accurate shot making outlasted Pagulayan for a 15-11 win and $15,000 (CDN). For Archer (pictured right with Dean Fisher), it is his second SML Entertainment Open 9-Ball Championship win.

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Florida Pro Tour Field Narrows to 16

April 16th, 2006

Florida Pro Tour Field Narrows to 16by Rick DavisPlay continued on Saturday as the field wound its way down to the top 16 players. The winners’-side matches formed early as those on the one-loss side had a long road ahead. On the winners’ side for Sunday is Richie Richeson, who, after defeating Hunter Lombardo, will face Sparkey Ferrell (pictured right) Sunday morning. Also, Dave Broxson, who tore through his opponents 7-1, 7-3, and 7-1, will face Walter Blacker. The other half of the winners’ side has Carlos Viera against Dennis Searing and Gabe Owen versus Bill Ferguson. Viera and Searing each ended the day with a big win, defeating Robb Saez and Tony Crosby, respectively. The other half of the field from the one-loss side has a mix of all types of players. B.J. Ussery faces Richie Orem, while recent Gabriels Open 8-Ball Pro Championship winner Dennis Hatch faces “Rocket” Rodney Morris on the lower half of the board. Orem defeated Saez 7-2, while Ussery bested Crosby by the same margin to reach play on Sunday. Morris defeated Richard Broumpton, and Hatch defeated Randy Epperson. The two remaining pairings for Sunday shaped up just after 2 a.m. and will be Ron Wiseman versus Gary Flannery and Dave Grossman versus Mark Coats.

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