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Wilkie Gets a Blaze Billiards Win

July 6th, 2007

Wilkie Gets a Blaze Billiards Win

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / West Hempstead, NJ
by InsidePOOL Staff
Shaun “Get Some” Wilkie dominated the July 1 stop of the Blaze 9-Ball Tour, hosted by Raxx Bar and Grill in West Hempstead, NJ. A field 34 came out to play, with players like Matt Krah, Oscar Bonilla, Liz Ford, and Pete Tascarella Sr. populating the field.
Leading the top half of the…

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Abraham Takes Second Blaze Tour

June 18th, 2007

Abraham Takes Second Blaze Tour

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Mount Holly, NJ
by Rick Davis
Billiards News – The Blaze 9-Ball Tour held its June 16-17 stop at Empire Billiards in Mount Holly, NJ, where Eddie Abraham bested the 32-player field to take his second win of the season.
Fighting through the winners’ side, Abraham met Al Lapena in the hot seat match and dispensed with him quickly after a 7-2 thrashing….

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Testa Tops in Atlantic City

May 25th, 2007

Testa Tops at Atlantic City Billiards Club

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Atlantic City, NJ
by Rick Davis
Going undefeated, Joey Testa took the May 20 stop of the Blaze 9-Ball Tour, mostly uncontested during his run at Atlantic City Billiards Club in Atlantic City, NJ, where a 32-player field turned out to be put through the grinder.
In the hot seat match Testa faced Shaun Wilkie, a regular on the tour and…

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Sambajon Back in the WinnersÂ’ Circle

May 9th, 2007

Sambajon Back in the Winners’ Circle

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Levittown, NY
by Rick Davis
Santos Sambajon Jr. returned to the winners’ circle on the Blaze 9-Ball Tour to rack up his third first-place finish out of the twelve events held this season. Taking place at Leisure Time Billiards in Levittown, NY, this tournament attracted a 33-player field for this May 5-6 event.
Once the action reached the hot seat match Sambajon…

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Park Bags Another Blaze Billiard Stop

April 30th, 2007

Park Bags Another Blaze Billiard Stop

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / North Bergen, NJ
by Rick Davis
Out of the top finishers for the past several events, Shin Park appeared with vengeance on the Blaze 9-Ball Tour, held April 28-29 at Gotham Billiards in North Bergen, NJ, where he bested the field of 34 players to go undefeated.
Shooting like a rocket to the hot seat match, Park faced David Abraham and…

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Abraham Tackles West Hampton

April 23rd, 2007

Abraham Tackles West Hampton

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / West Hampton, NY
by Rick Davis
A robust 48-player field came to Raxx Bar and Grill in West Hampton, NY, for the Blaze 9-Ball Tour’s latest event over the April 21-22 weekend. Tearing through the competition was Eddie Abraham, who walked away with the event undefeated.
On the winners’ side Abraham met up with 19-year-old Adam Kielar in the hot seat match and defeated…

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Lapena Rocks the Blaze Billiard Tour

April 20th, 2007

Lapena Rocks the Blaze Billiard Tour

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Rockaway, NJ
by Jose Burgos
Hosted by Rockaway Billiards in Rockaway, NJ, the April 14-15 installment of the Blaze 9-Ball Tour was joined by a strong field of 40 players. Santos Sambajon Jr., Mike Miller, Bristol Bob, and Ignacio Chavez were a few of those who came to play, but Al Lapena was the only one left standing at the end.

Sambajon led the top half of the bracket, notching wins over Scott Evans 7-1, Gorden R. 7-3, Wali Muhammad 7-6, and Adam Keilar 7-4. Fighting through the bottom half of the bracket, Bristol Bob scored victories over Paul Action 7-1, Jim McManus 7-4, Dave Schutte 7-4, Carmen Lombardo 7-5, and Chavez 7-4.

Sambajon and Bob faced off to do battle for the hot seat, and though at first the match went back and forth, Sambajon was able to pull away late and win 7-4. Lapena, having suffered an early loss, now struggled through the west side of the chart to reach the quarterfinal match. There he vanquished Chavez 7-3 to advance and defeated Bob 7-3 as well to reach fellow countryman Sambajon in the finals. A close match ensued, but when all was said and done, Lapena took home the title with a 9-7 victory.

Results:
1st Al Lapena
2nd Santos Sambajon Jr.
3rd Bristol Bob
4th Ignacio Chavez
5th Mike Miller
Adam Kielar
7th Steve Lillis
Carmen Lombardo
9th Mike Young
Paul Robinson
Chris Taormina
Mhet Vergara

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Davis Takes off Drexeline Billiards

April 6th, 2007

Davis Takes off Drexeline Billiards

Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Drexel Hill, PA
by Jose Burgos
A strong 46-player field came out to play in the Blaze 9-Ball Tour’s March 31-April 1 event, but the strongest of all was ultimate winner Mike Davis. This stop was hosted by Drexeline Billiards in Drexel Hill, PA, where room owner Bob Maidhof and his staff made the tour welcome….

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Billiard Victory for Chavez

March 28th, 2007

Billiard Victory for Chavez
Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Mount Holly, NJ

by Jose Burgos
Ignacio Chavez triumphed over a 45-player field to take top honors at the March 24-25 Blaze 9-Ball Tour stop. Hosted by Empire Billiards in Mount Holly, NJ, this billiards event drew fine players like Danny Green, Matt Krah, and Mike Davis, to name a few.

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Billiard Victory for Chavez

March 28th, 2007

Billiard Victory for Chavez
Blaze 9-Ball Tour / Mount Holly, NJ

by Jose Burgos
Ignacio Chavez triumphed over a 45-player field to take top honors at the March 24-25 Blaze 9-Ball Tour stop. Hosted by Empire Billiards in Mount Holly, NJ, this billiards event drew fine players like Danny Green, Matt Krah, and Mike Davis, to name a few.

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