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TABLE Round 1 winners

Lining, Antonio PHI (PHI) 9 - 4 Kuribayashi, Toru JPN (JPN)

Alcano, Ronnie PHI (PHI) 8 - 9 Babica, Radoslaw POL (POL)

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Saeed, Ali UAE (UAE) 5 - 9 Dalmatin, Carlo CRO (CRO)

Van den Berg, Nick NED (NED) 9 - 5 Sanchez-Ruiz, Francisco ESP (ESP)

Feijen, Niels NED (NED) 9 - 4 Tege, Sascha-Andrej GER (GER)

Alcano, Ronnie PHI (PHI) 8 - 9 Babica, Radoslaw POL (POL)

He, Mario AUT (AUT) 9 - 8 Hsu, Kai Lun TPE (TPE)

Lining, Antonio PHI (PHI) 9 - 4 Kuribayashi, Toru JPN (JPN)

Al Hazmi, Mohammad KSA (KSA) 4 - 9 Peach, Daryl GBR (GBR)

Akakariyama, Yukio JPN (JPN) 9 - 4 Kumar, Alok IND (IND)

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Dennis Orcollo PHI vs Efren Reyes PHI
Chris Orme CAN vs Chris Melling GBR
Roman Hybler CZE vs Carlos Cabello ESP
Carlo Biado PHI vs Francisco Bustamante PHI
Kuo Po Cheng TPE vs Imran Majid GBR
Mika Immonen FIN vs Stephan Cohen FRA
Thorsten Hohmann GER vs Oliver Medenilla PHI
Jeffery De Luna PHI vs Huidji See NED
Chang Jung Lin TPE vs Karl Boyes GBR
Ralf Souquet GER vs Shane Van Boening USA
Darren Appleton GBR vs Chang Yu Lun TPE
Allan Cuartero PHI vs Raj Hundal GBR
Radoslaw Babica POL vs Daryl Peach GBR
Mario He AUT vs Nick Van Den Berg NED
Akakariyama Yukio JAP vs Niels Feijen NED
Carlo Dalmann CRO vs Antonio Lining PHI

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Final 64 Losers' Bracket (Need to win in order to join the Final 64 slot) :

Mohanna Obaidly OAT vs Konstantin Stepanov RUS
Mark Gray GBE vs Jalal Yousef VEN
Mohammad Ali Berjaoui LIB vs Lo Li Wen JPN
Antonio Gabica PHI vs Fu Jianbo CHN
Han Haoziang CHN vs Fu Chi Wei TPE
Omar Al Shahein KUW vs Muhammad Zulfikri INA
Scott Higgins GBR vs. Majed Alazmi KUW
Caneda Villamor PHI vs Lee Gun Jae KOR
Ahmad Taufiq Bin Murni BRU vs Manuel Gama POR
Robrto Gomez PHI vs Christan Tuvi URU
Hany Al Hori UAE vs Dang Jinhu CHN
Ko Ping Chun TPE vs Hwang Yong KOR
Ko Pin Yi TPE vs Nguyen Phuong Thao VIE
Hunter Lombardo USA vs Waleed Majed QAT
Ibrahim Bin Amir MAS vs Takhti Zarekani IRI
Thomas Engert GER vs Riyan Setiawan INA
Venancio Tanio PHI vs Lee Chenman HKG
Francisco Olita PHI vs Soheil Vahedi IRI
Mariusz Skoneczny POL vs Wu Jiaqing CHN
Joven Alba PHI vs Sundeep Gulati IND
Kim Laaksonen FIN vs Serge Das BEL
Israel Rota PHI vs Bader Al Awadi KUW
Abdulatif Fawal QAT vs Ohi Naoyuki JPN
Lee Van Corteza PHI vs Marcus Chamat SWE
Raymund Faraon vs Mohammad Al Hazmi KSA
Nguyen Phuc Long VIE vs Ronnie Alcano PHI
Liu Haitao CHN vs Francisco Sanchez-Ruiz ESP
Mohamad As Fari SYR vs Hsu Kai Lun TPE
Goh Chin Teck SIN vs Sascha Tege GER
Takano Tomoo JPN vs Alok Kumar IND
Taher Hussain QAT vs Kuribayashi Tohru JPN
Oliver Ortmann GER vs Ali Saeed UAE

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AMERICAS LAST BEST HOPE

SHANE VAN BOENING WINS CLIFFHANGER OVER WU JIAQING AND MOVES INTO THE LAST 64 AT THE WORLD 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP IN DOHA, QATAR

by Ted Lerner

(Doha, Qatar)-- Shane Van Boening will be the first to admit that he hasn’t performed up to his self imposed high expectations when he plays overseas. The American star, who continually travels the globe to play tournaments, has only won twice outside of his native USA. To Van Boening, though, those two victories were small events close to home; a 10-ball tournament in Aruba and another small event in Nicaragua. The American has much higher aspirations. He wants to win the world championship overseas.

Tonight on the center table at the Al Sadd Sports Club in Doha, Qatar, Van Boening took a big step towards achieving his dream when he narrowly defeated former double world champion Wu Chia Ching(now known as Wu Jiaqing) in a 9-8 cliffhanger. With the victory the American qualified for the business end of the 2011 World 9-ball Championship, the single elimination knockout round of 64 which begins on Wednesday.

Van Boening, however, nearly found himself on the ropes and in the losers bracket. He was up 7-3 in the race to 9, alternate break contest. But Wu fought back to close to 7-6. Van Boening pushed the score line to 8-6, before Wu rallied to tie. Wu broke in the final rack and potted a ball, but uncharacteristically played a bad safety on the 1, which left the American a clear shot. In his trademark nonchalant style, Van Boening picked off the remaining colors for the big win.

While the South Dakota native craves a big win overseas, he isn’t just trying to win the world championship for himself either. In what has to be one of the biggest ironies seen in the sport of pool in sometime, only two Americans have bothered to travel to Qatar and enter the world championship of the American game of pool. And the other American player beside Van Boening, Hunter Lombardo, is making his first ever appearance on the big stage.(Lombardo plays in the losers bracket of his group Tuesday.) So realistically the hopes of the nation that created the great game of pool rest on the shoulders of one man.

“It’s motivation because I’m pretty much here by myself,” Van Boening said after defeating Wu. “ I want to win this for the USA.”

As to why many American players are becoming more scarce on the growing international scene these days, Van Boening says it’s for a number of reasons.

“The other American players don’t like to travel,” he said. “And there’s a lot of pressure with all the expenses to go this far. I just like to play anywhere I can. I love to travel the whole world and play pool.”

Van Boening feels confident that he can progress far in this year’s World Championship, where the field of 128 players from over 40 countries is as strong as ever. Two years ago he came here and reached the semi finals of the Qatar Open, which was the tournament that would become the current World 9-ball Championship.

But there’s another angle at play here that just might work in Van Boening’s favor this year. For the first time ever in a World 9-ball Championship, the players are playing on Diamond tables, which have been playing extremely difficult and getting rave reviews from the top players. The American has a special fondness for the American tables.

“I’m confident on Diamond tables,” Van Boening said smiling. “I know how the pockets are. The tournaments I win in the States are all on Diamonds.”

It could be just the thing to put the World Championship of the American game back in American hands.

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Van Boening is just one of many big names who made it through to the final 64 here in Doha. The third day of the World 9-ball Championship was given over to the winners’ side of the group matches, and 32 players have now advanced into the final 64, which begins Wednesday.

So far in the 2011 World Championship there have been no major upsets, and nearly all of pool’s big names have gone through to the knockout stage. Many people are crediting this development to the very tough table conditions, which always favor better players, and puts added pressure on everyone else, especially if they haven’t had much experience at this level. One thing is sure in the coming days. The sport's big guns are going to be slugging it out in some all time classics.

One who’s had plenty of experience at the highest echelons of pool is Efren Reyes of the Philippines. Reyes was first up on day three in a match against the young Russian Konstantin Stepanov. Once again Reyes was placed on center table where he could best be seen by the 500 plus Filipino fans, all of them overseas workers who live in Qatar, who turned out to cheer their hero’s every shot.

After falling behind 2-0 Reyes completely dominated Stepanov and ran away with the match. The Magician broke well, looked confident in his potting and punished Stepanov for every mistake. Reyes won going away, 9-3 and advanced to the round of 64.

“I played good this time,” an obviously pleased Reyes said after the match. “My break was working well. The breaking was easy with this plastic rack. I have a day off tomorrow so I need rest.”

Reyes, who’s a living legend in his native Philippines and is mobbed wherever he goes, often complains of the immense pressure to win when he’s playing in big events back home. He said it’s not much different even when he travels abroad.

“Yes there’s also pressure here because there are so many Filipinos here,” he said laughing. “I’m ashamed to them if I lose. They think I can never lose.” To prove his point, Reyes left the arena and was literally mobbed by several hundred rabid Filipino fans, who shouted “Idol!” and pushed and clamored for photos.

The always strong Filipino contingent pitched a shutout in the first session as all four Pinoy players won easily. Dennis Orcullo easily beat Venezuela’s Jalal Yousef 9-3. The young gun Carlo Biado waltzed over Korea’s Lee Gun Jae, 9-2. And Hall of Famer Francisco Bustamante defeated Kuwait’s Alazmi Majed, 9-4.

For England’s Chris Melling, it was another powerhouse performance from pool’s hottest player right now. Melling broke and ran every single time he had the break and ran away from a very capable Lo Li Wen of Japan, 9-2. The burly Brit has now won two tournaments in a row, including the world ranking China Open, and hasn’t lost in 16 matches. Melling said he had already mastered the break shot, but wasn’t worried that others might follow suit.

“This is the best I ever played,” he said. “I’ve got the break shot down. I’m controlling the cue and the one ball. The Diamond tables are a bit tight but it’s too easy to break. If you figure it out it’s guaranteed you’ll pot the one ball on the break. It’s going to come down to luck. And who can handle the pressure. That’s ok with me because right now I’m definitely the top four or five under pressure.”

Other players who qualified in the first session and looked very strong were last year’s semi-finalist Kuo Po Cheng, former World 9-ball champion Mika Immonen, Chris Orme of Canada, England’s Imran Majid, and France’s Stepan Cohen.

The day’s second session saw mostly routs from some big names. Germany’s Ralf Souquet , current World 10-ball champion Huidji See of the Netherlands, England’s Karl Boyes and Taiwan’s Chang Jung Lin all went untouched. Former World 9-ball champion Thorsten Hohmann struggled a bit but passed the grade. Three out of four Filipinos made it the round of 64, including the hard hitting Jeffrey De Luna.

Current US Open champion Darren Appleton found himself in a tough match with Bader Al Awadi of Kuwait. Appleton was down 5-3 before coming back to win and afterwards praised the progress of the local lads.

“These Middle Eastern guys have improved a lot in the last two years,” Appleton said. “You’ll see a few of them getting to the last 16 for sure. I wouldn’t be surprised to see one of them get to the final within two years.”

The evening session confirmed that the Europeans have all but taken over pool, as the Netherlands Nick van den Berg and Niels Fiejen played strong and booked spots in the final 64. So too did 18 year old Austrian Mario He, who won an 9-8 tester against Taiwan’s Hsu Kun Lai.

The best match of the evening session came between Poland’s Radislaw Babica and the Philippines Ronnie Alcano, the former World 9 and World 8-ball champion. In front of a boisterous crowd of mostly Filipinos, Babica went up 5-2 in the race to 9 and then watched Alcano sprint to the hill at 8-6. Babica showed some serious nerve and tied up the match. Then the confident Pole kept Alcano in his chair and broke and ran for a very satisfying victory.

The group stages wind up on Tuesday at the Al Sadd Sports Club with all matches do-or-die as players from the losers side of each bracket compete for the final spots in the round of 64.

The WPA will be providing complete coverage of all the action from inside the Al Sadd Sports club throughout the tournament. Fans around the world can follow matches as they happen via our live scoring platform. The live scoring button can be seen on the front page of the WPA’s new and improved website, http://www.wpa-pool.com . There you can also see the brackets icon which will give you updated standings from each group and the knockout stage.

Fans can also get instant updates, insights and scores by following the WPA on Twitter. Our Twitter user name is @poolwpa. You can go directly to our Twitter page at, http://twitter.com/poolwpa.

In addition, the WPA will be providing insights and analysis with articles posted several times daily on the WPA home page.

Complete results from Day 3 of the World 9-ball championship are below. All winners have advanced to the knockout stage of 64, while the losers get one more chance on Tuesday.



1st Session

Group A Winners Bracket

Dennis Orcullo(PHL) 9 – 3 Jalal Yousef(VEN)
Efren Reyes(PHL) 9 – 3 Konstantin Stepanov(RUS)



Group B Winners Bracket

Chris Orme(CAN) 9 – 0 Fu Jan Bo(CHN)
Chris Melling(GBR) 9 – 2 Lo Li Wen(JPN)



Group C Winners Bracket

Roman Hybler(CZE) 9 – 5 Muhammad Zulfikri(INA)
Carlos Cabello(ESP) 9 – 4 Fu Chei Wei(TPE)



Group D Winners Bracket

Carlo Biado(PHL) 9 – 2 Lee Gun Jae(KOR)
Francisco Bustamante(PHL) 9 – 4 Alazmi Majed(KUW)


Group E Winners Bracket

Ko Puo Cheng(TPE) 9 – 1 Christian Tuvi(URU)
Imran Majid(GBR) 9 – 7 Manuel Gama(POR)



Group F Winners Bracket

Mika Immonen(FIN) 9 – 2 Hwang Yong(KOR)
Stephan Cohen(FRA) 9 – 6 Dhang Jinhu(CHN)



2nd Session

Group G Winners Bracket

Thorsten Hohmann(GER) 9 – 4 Majed Waleed(QAT)
Oliver Medenilla(PHL) 9 – 6 Nguyen Phuong Thao(VIE)



Group H Winners Bracket

Jeffrey De Luna(PHL) 9 – 4 Riyan Setiawan(INA)
Huidji See(NED) 9 – 2 Takhti Zarekani(IRI)



Group I Winners Bracket

Chang Jung Lin(TPE) 9 – 1 Soheil Vahedi(IRI)
Karl Boyes(GBR) 9 – 0 Lee Chenman(HKG)


Group J Winners Bracket

Ralf Souquet(GER) 9 – 1 Sundeep Gulati(IND)
Shane Van Boening(USA) 9 – 8 Wu Jiaqing(CHN)


Group K Winners Bracket

Darren Appleton(GBR) 9 – 5 Bader Al Awadi(KUW)
Chang Yu Lun(TPE) 9 – 3 Israel Rota(PHL-QAT)


Group L Winners Bracket

Alan Cuartero(PHL-KUW) 9 – 5 Marcus Chamat(SWE)
Raj Hundal(IND) 9 – 8 Naoyuki Oi(JPN)



3rd Session

Group M Winners Bracket

Radoslaw Babica(POL) 9 – 8 Ronnie Alcano(PHL)
Daryl Peach(GBR) 9 – 4 Mohammad Al Hazmi(KSA)

Group N Winners Bracket

Mario He(AUT) 9 – Hsu Kai Lun(TPE)
Nick Van Den Berg(NED) 9 – 5 Francisco Sanchez Ruiz(ESP)


Group O Winners Bracket

Yukio Akakariyama(JPN) 9 – 3 Alok Kumar(IND)
Niels Feijen(NED) 9 – 4 Sascha Tege(GER)


Group P Winners Bracket

Antonio Lining(PHL) 9 – 4 Tohru Kouribayashi(JPN)
Carlo Dalmann(CRO) 9 - 5 Ali Saeed(UAE)

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 6:35 am 
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Sana makapasok yung last 10 Filipino players para 18 Filipino players for the Final 64 ...

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Final 64 Winners' Bracket : Guaranteed USD 2,000

Dennis Orcollo PHI
Efren Reyes PHI
Carlo Biado PHI
Francisco Bustamante PHI
Oliver Medenilla PHI
Jeffery De Luna PHI
Allan Cuartero PHI
Antonio Lining PHI

8 Filipinos for the Final 64 ...

May 10 pa sa Losers' Bracket if they all made it there will be 18 Filipino for the Final 64 ...
Bad news is Dennis Orcollo will have to take Efren Reyes and Carlo Biado against Francisco Bustamante for the Final 32 slot.

Venancio Tanio and Francisco Olita will have to take on each other if they both win with their matches and also Raymund Faraon against Ronnie Alcano if the also win on the losers' bracket.

If ever, on the Final 32 may 14 Pinoys pa ren naman ... Not bad at all :D

Go! go! go!

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I hope a filipino will win the title again this year. :toast:

i'm actually rooting for dennis orcullo to win his first world 9 ball title. :D

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wow! 8 of our pinoy players are now in the 64 winner's bracket and 10 more are battling it out in the loser's bracket to join them. i hope all of them would make it to the final list of 64. do pinoys have the largest number of players in this event?


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dencioPT101 wrote:
I hope a filipino will win the title again this year. :toast:

i'm actually rooting for dennis orcullo to win his first world 9 ball title. :D

bro, doesn't matter who, as long as it's pinoy. cheers! :toast:


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dominic wrote:
dencioPT101 wrote:
I hope a filipino will win the title again this year. :toast:

i'm actually rooting for dennis orcullo to win his first world 9 ball title. :D

bro, doesn't matter who, as long as it's pinoy. cheers! :toast:


no problem with me. i just want to have more filipino world champs. currently we have 4:

efren, pagulayan, alcano and django (in that order).

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Nosaj wrote:
Final 64 Winners' Bracket : Guaranteed USD 2,000

Dennis Orcollo PHI vs Efren Reyes PHI
Chris Orme CAN vs Chris Melling GBR
Roman Hybler CZE vs Carlos Cabello ESP
Carlo Biado PHI vs Francisco Bustamante PHI
Kuo Po Cheng TPE vs Imran Majid GBR
Mika Immonen FIN vs Stephan Cohen FRA
Thorsten Hohmann GER vs Oliver Medenilla PHI
Jeffery De Luna PHI vs Huidji See NED
Chang Jung Lin TPE vs Karl Boyes GBR
Ralf Souquet GER vs Shane Van Boening USA
Darren Appleton GBR vs Chang Yu Lun TPE
Allan Cuartero PHI vs Raj Hundal GBR
Radoslaw Babica POL vs Daryl Peach GBR
Mario He AUT vs Nick Van Den Berg NED
Akakariyama Yukio JAP vs Niels Feijen NED
Carlo Dalmann CRO vs Antonio Lining PHI



Blind draw ba pairing nito bro? Muka yatang pinagtapat-tapat kaagad mga Pinoys para maglaglagan.

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babytroy wrote:
Nosaj wrote:
Final 64 Winners' Bracket : Guaranteed USD 2,000

Dennis Orcollo PHI vs Efren Reyes PHI
Chris Orme CAN vs Chris Melling GBR
Roman Hybler CZE vs Carlos Cabello ESP
Carlo Biado PHI vs Francisco Bustamante PHI
Kuo Po Cheng TPE vs Imran Majid GBR
Mika Immonen FIN vs Stephan Cohen FRA
Thorsten Hohmann GER vs Oliver Medenilla PHI
Jeffery De Luna PHI vs Huidji See NED
Chang Jung Lin TPE vs Karl Boyes GBR
Ralf Souquet GER vs Shane Van Boening USA
Darren Appleton GBR vs Chang Yu Lun TPE
Allan Cuartero PHI vs Raj Hundal GBR
Radoslaw Babica POL vs Daryl Peach GBR
Mario He AUT vs Nick Van Den Berg NED
Akakariyama Yukio JAP vs Niels Feijen NED
Carlo Dalmann CRO vs Antonio Lining PHI



Blind draw ba pairing nito bro? Muka yatang pinagtapat-tapat kaagad mga Pinoys para maglaglagan.


oo nga mabigat yung laban ni dennis against bata. :)

trans: tough match for dennis orcullo.

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1st Session:
Roberto Gomez 9-4 Christian Tuvi (Uru) Final Score
Antonio Gabica 9-8 Jianbo Fu (Chn) Final Score
Caneda Villamor 9-7 Gun Jae Lee (Kor) Final Score
2nd Session:
Joven Alba 9-4 Sundeep Gulat (Ind) Final Score
Venancio Tanio 9-4 Chen Man Lee (Hkg) Final Score
Israel Rota 9-8 Bader Al Awadi (Kuw) Final Score
Francisco Olita Felicilda 8-9 Soheil Vahedi (Iri) Final Score 1st Pinoy Casualty
3rd Session:
Ronnie Alcano 9-1 Nguyen Phuc Long (Viet) Final Score

NOW 15 PINOYS TO THE ROUND OF 64

3rd Session:
Lee Van Corteza 5-4 Marcus Chamat (Swe)
Raymund Faron 7-3 Md. Al Hazmi (KSA)

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