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Upsets Rule at Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool

June 14th, 2007

Upsets Rule at Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool
Las Vegas, Nevada – The elite in the world of pool and billiards started journeying to the wrong side of the board in the early sessions at the Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool at the Riviera Hotel and Casion in Las Vegas, NV.
Leading off was John Schmidt as he fell to Filipino wizard Alex Pagulayan 11-8. Pagulayan later advanced after defeating Tony Chohan 11-5. Local westerner Big…

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4th Annual Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool in Las Vegas

June 6th, 2007

4th Annual Billiard Factory World Summit of Pool in Las Vegas

The Billiard Factory will headline sponsor this year’s ESPN World Summit of Pool, a staple tournament on the men’s UPA Tour. Dragon Promotions has moved the event from New York City to the western region of the USA as the event will take place at the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on June 12-16, 2007. The pro event will take place alongside…

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Clatterbuck Undefeated on Tiger Tour

May 6th, 2007

Clatterbuck Undefeated on Tiger Tour

Tiger Tour / Sterling, VA
by Rick Davis
Taking place at First Break Café in Sterling, VA, the Tiger Pool Tour brought a 58-player field to fight during the May 5-6 action. Coming through unscathed was tour regular Matt Clatterbuck, who went undefeated to claim the top spot and move into the top ten on the tour’s rankings.
Clatterbuck could not have had a more difficult road…

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Clatterbuck Undefeated on Tiger Tour

May 6th, 2007

Clatterbuck Undefeated on Tiger Tour

Tiger Tour / Sterling, VA
by Rick Davis
Taking place at First Break Café in Sterling, VA, the Tiger Pool Tour brought a 58-player field to fight during the May 5-6 action. Coming through unscathed was tour regular Matt Clatterbuck, who went undefeated to claim the top spot and move into the top ten on the tour’s rankings.
Clatterbuck could not have had a more difficult road…

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Bustamante Undefeated at UPA Championship

April 1st, 2007

Bustamante Undefeated at UPA Championship

UPA Pro Tour Championship / Los Angeles, CA
by Rick Davis
With Sunday’s action on hand, the final four players of the UPA Pro Tour Championships met to decide the winner of the five-day event. On the winners’ side Mika Immonen faced Francisco Bustamante in the hot seat match, while Johnny Archer and Robb Saez squared off in the quarterfinals on the one-loss side.

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Bustamante Undefeated on UPA Championship

April 1st, 2007

Bustamante Undefeated on UPA Championship

UPA Pro Tour Championship / Los Angeles, CA
by Rick Davis
With Sunday’s action on hand, the final four players of the UPA Pro Tour Championships met to decide the winner of the five-day event. On the winners’ side Mika Immonen faced Francisco Bustamante in the hot seat match, while Johnny Archer and Robb Saez squared off in the quarterfinals on the one-loss side.

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Four Players Remain in LA Billiards Battle

April 1st, 2007

Four Players Remain in UPA Billiard Championship

by Rick Davis
As night fell on the West Coast Saturday evening, the remaining 16 billiards players at the UPA Pro Tour Championships made the final shove to reach the top 4 that would return in the final day.
On the winners’ side Francisco Bustamante defeated Johnny Archer 11-4, and Mika Immonen sent Charlie Bryant to the west of the bracket by virtue of an 11-8…

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Stacked Field Serves up Surprises at UPA Pro Tour Championships

March 31st, 2007

Stacked Field Serves up Surprises at UPA Pro Tour Championships

by Rick Davis
Day Four of the UPA Pro Tour Championships was completely stacked with the top touring pros along with a sprinkling of those hoping to achieve that title. Saturday is the big elimination day, as those that survive through about half the day will find themselves in the money, although only four billiard players are scheduled to return for the final day.

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UPA Pro Tour Championships Continues

March 30th, 2007

UPA Pro Tour Championships Continues
by Rick Davis
The UPA Pro Tour Championships got underway March 29 and will run through Sunday, April 1, when a champion will be crowned and walk away with the top prize of $10,000. The 51-player field has been bravely fighting through the double-elimination event with a race to 11 on both sides of the chart. Saturday’s action will begin with a 16-player field followed by the Sunday field dropping to the top four.

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UPA Pro Tour Championships Continues

March 30th, 2007

UPA Pro Tour Championships Continues
by Rick Davis
The UPA Pro Tour Championships got underway March 29 and will run through Sunday, April 1, when a champion will be crowned and walk away with the top prize of $10,000. The 51-player field has been bravely fighting through the double-elimination event with a race to 11 on both sides of the chart. Saturday’s action will begin with a 16-player field followed by the Sunday field dropping to the top four.

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