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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:15 pm 
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el critico wrote:
is this really the official forum for phillippine billiards? but i see only one poster, the ts himself :biglaugh:

langya nagsalita k n nman... :shock:

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:00 am 
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villamor will take the first rack
1-o villamor

sargo si villamor me pumasok 8)

it looks clean up na naman ni villamor , 2-0

my bad caneda vs reyes pala
caneda 3-0 :D sorry

habol bata 8)

mananalo rin yata ng game si bata

yesssssssss marlon caneda efren reyes 3-1 marlon leads

sablay kinakabahan yata si bata :(

caneda 4-1

crowd favorite si bata :D
now 4-2 caneda

sargo si bata me pumasok :D

kamot na naman sa ulo si bata

safe shot

di kita ang 4 safe shot din si caneda

di pumasok ang 4 :caneda to play ayun pumasok kay caneda na naman to(

5-2 caneda

bata is on cue. jan pwede mong mapanood

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hirap pa ng last ball ni bata

pasok 5-3 caneda

sargo si bata sana tuloy tloy na :D

kulto nak ng, pasok ang mother ball :(

caneda playing

1 ball pasok sa side pocket
2 corner naman
3 opposite corner
4 coming up sa side pocket

mukhang clean up na naman to ni caneda

clean up nga :shock: 6-3 caneda

caneda sasargo

nakulto, bata on cue

hirap nng pininahan na yun ah ni bata :shock:

sablay sa 6 si bata

7-3 caneda l

2 to go :(

7-4 caneda

caneda sumargo me pumasok

safe yung tira pero me silip ang uno

sablay si bata :shock:

8-4 caneda 1 to go

bata ang sasargo

me pumasok

safe shot ni bata, caneda titira

bata is fighting for his place

1 game safe
8-5 caneda

habol bata :D

caneda ang sasargo

me pumasok

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:27 am 
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update p bro...

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Thanks for the updates. I really love watching world pool championships. Too bad it's not televised. Sana Pinoy uli ang magchampion! Go Philippines!

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cno man matalo d2, pasok parin pinoy... so no worries :D

who knows maybe caneda can be the champ..


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kahit sino basta filipino ang mag champion ok lng... :D

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cno man matalo d2, pasok parin pinoy... so no worries :D

who knows maybe caneda can be the champ..

tama 8) favorite lang si bata

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caneda won 11-5

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diehard fan wrote:
caneda won 11-5


i was here at the tournament few hours ago!
too bad Bata missed too many "sure" shots!
wala na sa condition magpapicture sa mga fans.
after 10 to 15 minutes with the fans he left,
the earliest among the Pinoy manunumboks.

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too bad efren lost! :(

it's a good thing django, corteza and orcullo are still there!

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DOUBLE TROUBLE IN DOHA

GABICA OUSTS IMMONEN, GRAY DOWNS KUO IN 11-10 THRILLERS AT THE WORLD 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP IN QATAR

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(Doha, Qatar)--Antonio Gabica has often been viewed by pool fans as an extremely talented player who tends to wilt when it comes to big time pressure situations. But to the man known as “Ga Ga” to his fellow Filipinos, that moniker now sits forever at the bottom of the nearest trash can at the Al Sadd Sports Club.

Gabica stepped up in the biggest way possible under massive pressure this afternoon and defeated former World Champion Mika Immonen 11-10 in a dramatic finish in the round of 64 at the 2011 World 9-ball Championship in Doha, Qatar. Gabica now advances to the final 32 tomorrow in Doha while Immonen, one of the games premiere players, has been eliminated.

The Filipino, though, very nearly gave away the match just when he had it in hand. Gabica, who now works in Qatar as a coach for the national team, had been in control throughout, first going up 4-1, then 8-5, then 10-6. He looked cool and comfortable, while Immonen continually stewed at every bad roll and the boisterous Filipino crowd that cheered his every mistake.

Then, on his way to an emphatic victory, Gabica scratched after pocketing the two ball. The consummate battler, Immonen stepped up and finally got into the match, tying it at 10-10, after making a clutch full table jump shot in the 20th frame.

Gabica broke in the sudden death last rack, and the two proceeded to engage in a prolonged safety battle that lasted for over 20 nerve rattling minutes. The Filipino then sent the partisan crowd into a frenzy with two of the biggest shots of his career. He first pocketed the one ball with a rail first kick, then banked the two ball in cross table. With the fans going gaga, “Ga Ga” had the path to the finish line and the 11-10 victory.

“That’s too much pressure,” Gabica said afterward. “I’m just lucky to win.”

As expected on the first day of the single elimination knockout stage at the World 9-Ball Championship, the heavy pressure and dramatic finishes weren’t confined to one table. England’s Mark Gray found himself on the verge of elimination after being down 10-6 to Chinese Taipei’s Kuo Po Cheng, who has twice been runner up in this event. But the 37 year old Brit toughed it out and managed to tie up the score at 10-10. In the final rack, Gray went offensive on the 4 ball when he could have very easily played safe. The gamble paid off with a hair raising double kiss pot. Gray then had an opening and ran for the finish line and a hard fought 11-10 win.

“I’ve had a really tough draw this whole tournament and I haven’t really gotten in the grove,”Gray said afterward. “ So to be in the final 32 of the World Championship, I’m over the moon.”

Unfortunately for Gray, the road he’s on is about to get even more steep as he next faces the hottest players in the tournament, fellow Englishman Chris Melling.

Melling trounced Hwang Yong of Korea in a match that took just 45 minutes. While the teenager Hwang may have been in a bit over his head, the bottom line is that Melling has been the best player in the world for the last month. And he hasn’t skipped one single beat here in Doha.

“I’m playing unbelievable right now,” Melling said after his match. “I’m breaking good. I’m controlling the cue, getting a shot on the one ball. I’ve missed three balls in this tournament so far. Someone is going to have to play very good to beat me. I’m not trying to be cocky, but you have to have confidence to win this thing. And I’m very confident right now. I’m definitely here to win it.”

In other matches in the first two session today, Shane Van Boening advanced with a comeback win over Russia’s Konstantin Stepanov. Van Boening rallied from a 6-2 deficit and took control of the match late and won 11-8. Van Boening now faces Taiwan’s Chang Jung Lin, who easily beat the Philippines Joven Alba 11-5.

The Philippines Lee Van Corteza had no problems with fellow Filipino Oliver Medenilla, 11-5. Corteza now faces a marquee matchup with another Filipino, Carlo Biado, who continued to look very sharp in beating Iran’s Takhti Zarekani, 11-6.

One of the biggest surprises of the day was the relatively easy victory for Japan’s Lo Li Wen over former world champion Thorsten Hohmann. After starting out with a 4-1 lead, Hohmann simply fell apart, while Lo, who’s playing in his first ever world championship, said he only missed one ball the entire match. Lo, who’s from Taiwan but lives in Yokohama Japan with his Japanese wife, won going away, 11-7

Lo will now face the Philippines Venancio Tanio, who surprised the Netherland’s Nick van den Berg. The Dutchman started out strong against the Filipino overseas worker but then took a back seat as Tanio caught fire, running the rack seven times when he broke. Tanio won the match 11-7.

Sessions 3 and 4 in the round of 64 will take place later in the day. The field will be cut to 32 players after today, and to 4 players after play finishes on Thursday.

The WPA will be providing complete coverage 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.

To view the brackets for the knockout stage please click here. Or click the Brackets button the home page of the WPA at http://www.wpa-pool.com Scroll down to the bottom of the PDF file to the see the knockout stage brackets.

Complete results from the first two sessions in the round of 64 are listed below:

1st Session

Ralf Souquet(GER) 11 - 5 Serge Das(Bel)
Mariusz Skoneczny(POL) 11 – 7 Radislaw Babica(POL)
Li Lo Wen(JPN) 11 – 7 Thorsten Hohmann(GER)
Carlo Dalmatin(CRO) 11 - 7 Hsu Kai Lun(TPE)
Lee Van Corteza(PHL) 11 – 5 Oliver Medenilla(PHL)
Vicencio Tanio(PHL) 11 – 7 Nick van den Berg(NED)
Yukio Akakariyama(JPN) 11 - 7 Soheil Vahedi(IRI)
Carlo Biado(PHL) 11 - 6 Takhti Zarekani(IRI)

2nd Session

Antonio Gabica(PHL) 11 – 10 Mika Immonen(FIN)
Chris Melling(GBR) 11 - 2 Hwang Yong(KOR)
Darren Appleton(GBR) 11-6 Dang Jin Hu(CHN)
Shane Van Boening(USA) 11- 8 Konstantin Stepanov(RUS)
Naoyuki Oi(JPN) 11- 4 Imran Majid(GBR)
Mark Gray(GBR) 11 – 10 Kuo Po Cheng(TPE)
Allan Cuartero(PHL) 11 - 9 Ahmad Taufiq Binh Murni(BRU)
Chang Jun Lin(TPE) 11 - 5 Joven Alba(PHL)

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DAZLIN DARYL IS IN IT TO WIN IT

FORMER CHAMP PEACH PUTS IN A MARVELOUS PERFORMANCE AS THE DAY OF RECKONING DAWNS AT THE WORLD 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP IN QATAR

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(Doha, Qatar)--Wild finishes, unpredictable outcomes up until the very last ball, plenty of star power and pressure galore were all key ingredients of two very memorable evening sessions in the 64 player knockout stage at the World 9-ball Championship in Doha today. But as the tournament heads into the business side of things on Thursday’s day of reckoning, where the field will be reduced from 32 to 4, it’s instructive for fans and students of the game to pay attention to one awesome performance that sent a shot across the bow to the remaining players in field.

While every single one of the over 500 fans inside the Al Sadd Sports Club was focused on the TV table, and a match between their hero, Efren Reyes of the Philippines, and unknown Filipino Marlon Caneda, England’s Daryl Peach quietly put on one of the strongest performances of the tournament so far. And in the process, the 2007 World 9-ball champion announced to all that he came to Doha with every intention to reclaim the prize that was once his.

Interestingly Peach faced the very man whom he defeated in Manila in ’07 to win pool’s most prestigious title, the Philippines’ Roberto Gomez. On any other day, this intriguing matchup would have screamed marquee, but with Reyes and Francisco Bustamante also playing, most in the crowd barely noticed.

Too bad because Peach was simply sensational. After Gomez got out to a 2-1 lead, Peach literally steamrolled the Filipino, quickly piling on the racks to make the score 6-2 in the race to 11, alternate break match. Everything the Englishman did was as it should be—good breaking, solid potting, confident safeties--and soon he was up 9-3. By the time it ended at 11-4, Gomez walked away with his tail between his legs, while Peach was jacked to the gills.

“That was perfect pool,” the Dazzler said as he walked off the table. “I think I missed one ball, at the end.”

Of course one match does not a tournament make, but let’s be clear. Peach has been there before, in Manila in ’07 when he faced down some of the most incredible pressure ever seen on a professional pool table. And he may be peaking at just the right time. Just the way he’s carrying himself and speaks about his performance tells you there’s something special there.

“A guy came up to me after the match and shook my hand and said, ‘That was surgical,’” Peach said. “I agree. That’s the way you play.”

Peach will first have to tangle tomorrow with the experienced Fu Chei Wei of Taiwan, who defeated the Philippines Jeffrey de Luna, 11-9. Fu also defeated Peach the last time the two played at the China Open back in early June.

The evening session produced mixed results for the Filipinos out on the floor. The crowd of overseas Filipino fans had shown up in mass to hopefully see Reyes perform his legendary magic. But the 28 year old Caneda stole the show by thoroughly dominating the legend and, at same time, making Reyes look every bit his 57 years. Caneda raced out to a 3-0 lead and never looked back. Reyes at times looked uncomfortable, while Caneda was the picture of cool. Caneda, who works in Saudi Arabia as a pool coach, was never challenged, and won 11-5.

“He’s the people’s champ but I can’t think about that,” Caneda said afterward. “I just focused on the table. Maybe he’s not in the best condition. He told me afterwards that he was having a problem with his eyes.”

Caneda has gotten plenty of experience playing top Filipinos in this tournament. He nearly beat Bustamante in the group stage. His next opponent in the round of 32 is one of the tournament favorites, Dennis Orcullo. Orcullo, the current World 8-ball champion, fought a tough battle with Indonesia’s Muhammad Zulfikri in the evening session but prevailed in the end, 11 – 9.

On another table defending champion Francisco Bustamante looked strong in his match against Germany’s Sascha Andrei-Tege, winning 11-3. Bustamante will now play Indonesia’s Riyan Setiawan, who defeated Spain’s Carlo Cabello, 11-8.

Stephan Cohen of France took out the Philippines Raymund Farun in a tough battle, 11-9. Cohen now faces Taiwan’s Ko Pin Yi, who looked good in an 11-8 victory over England’s Karl Boyes.

All of the high drama on the second half of day 5 was reserved for the late afternoon session, when the beautiful Al Sadd Sports Club became a cauldron of one tension filled match after the next.

Englands Scott Higgins was up 6-1 on the Netherlands’ Niels Feijen when the Dutchman mounted a furous fight back. The two were tied at 8, then Higgins went back up 10-8, only to see Feijen storm back to tie. The two were engaged in a high quality battle and the final sudden death rack promised to be a classic.

At first it looked like Higgins would win walking away as he broke off and had a clear path to victory. The burly Englishman cleared to a basic straight in shot on the 9, which incredibly, he missed. Higgins shouted in utter disbelief and frustration.

“I’m thinking I’m not going to be able to get over this,” Higgins recalled afterwards. “But I left the 9 ok.”

Indeed as Feijen leapt out of his chair, he found himself confronted with a either a full table bank off the center of the short rail, an impossible safety play, or a very thin cut in the corner. He chose the thin cut and missed, leaving Higgins another long straight in shot for the win. This time Higgins nailed it for the win.

Higgins will now play Taiwan’s Chang Yu Lun who also stood on the edge of certain defeat right about the same time. Chang led the Philippines Israel Rota throughout their tense match and got to the hill first at 10-8. Rota got two to tie and take it sudden death. Rota had the break, and got two balls down, but also scratched. But that wasn’t Rota’s only problem. In what had to be a massive heartbreak for the Filipino overseas worker, the 2 and 9 ball were lined up perfectly after the scratch, and with ball in hand Chang pocketed the combination to advance to the final 32.

India’s Raj Hundal, who lives in London, was engaged in a back and forth match with Japan’s Tomoo Takano for nearly two hours. The entire match was tight with Takano keeping a slight edge throughout until the Hitman tied it at 10 with two straight. In a precarious sudden death rack the pair engaged in a nervy safety battle. Raj found an opening on a risky full table 2-9 combination. He took the shot on and it paid off for a spot in the final 32.

“I dug deep and played some good safes,” Hundal said. “That saved me. I’ve been doing this for a while and I know how it goes. There’s a lot of talent out there so you just gotta bring your heart. Don’t worry, the Hitman’s going to bring his heart.” Hundal will play the Philippines Ronnie Alcano in the round of 32, who defeated Canada’s Chris Orme, 11-7.

In the other matches in the third session, veteran Filipino player Antonio Lining handily beat Germany’s Oliver Ortmann on the TV table, 11-5. Lining now plays the Czech Republic’s Roman Hybler in the round of 32.

The USA’s Hunter Lombardo made it two for two for the American side(the other being Shane Van Boening) as he defeated 18 year old Austrian Mario He, 11-9. Lombardo will next face Toru Kuribayashi of Japan who took down World 10-ball Champion Huidji See of the Netherlands, 11-8. See’s loss made it a miserable day for the Dutch team as all three players were eliminated from the tournament.

Three rounds will be played on Thursday at the Al Sadd Sports Club and the field will be reduced to 4 at the end of the day’s play. The round of 32 begins at 10am local time(GMT + 3 hours).

The WPA will be providing complete coverage 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.

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To view the brackets for the knockout stage please click here. Or click the Brackets button the home page of the WPA at http://www.wpa-pool.com Scroll down to the bottom of the PDF file to the see the knockout stage brackets.

Complete results from sessions 3 and 4 in the round of 64 are listed below:

3rd Session

Ronnie Alcano(PHL) 11 – 7 Chris Orme(CAN)
Raj Hundal(IND) 11 – 10 Tomoo Takano
Chang Yu Lun(TPE) 11- 10 Israel Rota(PHL)
Scott Higgins(GBR) 11 – 10 Niels Feijen(NED)
Antonio Lining(PHL) 11 – 5 Oliver Ortmann(GER)
Roman Hybler(CZE) 11 – 7 Liu Haitao(CHN)
Hunter Lombardo(USA) 11 – 9 Mario He(AUT)
Toru Kuribayashi(JPN) 11 – 8 Huidji See(NED)

4th Session

Dennis Orcullo(PHL) 11 -9 Muhammad Zulfikri(INA)
Marlon Caneda(PHL) 11 – 5 Efren Reyes(PHL)
Francisco Bustamante(PHL) 11 - 3 Sascha-Andrej Tege(GER)
Riyan Setiwan(INA) 11 – 8 Carlos Cabello(ESP)
Fu Chei Wei(TPE) 11 – 9 Jeffrey de Luna(PHL)
Daryl Peach(GBR) 11 - 4 Roberto Gomez(PHL)
Stephan Cohen(FRA) 11 – 9 Raymund Faron(PHL)
Ko Pin Yi(TPE) 11 – 8 Karl Boyes(GBR)

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