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2009 PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool - Day 3
 Posted on Thursday, September 03 2009 @ 10:48:48 UTCby admin
World Cup Of Pool PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool 2009
SM City North EDSA Mall
Metro Manila
Philippines
www.matchroomsport.com

1-6 September 2009


Team USA - Shane van Boening and Rodney Morris.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

USA Power Into Quarters

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Team USA became the first side through to the quarter-finals of the 2009 PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool at the SM Mall North Annex in Manila, as the pairing of Rodney Morris and Shane Van Boening held off a plucky Indonesian team 8-5.

The Americans always held the upper hand but Indonesia, made up of the smiling and laughing Muhammad Simanjuntuak and the more straight faced Muhammad Zulfikri, gave it a good go

The defending champs got off to a great start as they won the lag and raced into a 3-0 lead, with Morris and Van Boening looking very comfortable in each other’s company at the table.





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The Indonesians, who looked a decent outfit in disposing of India in the first round, got their first rack in the bank as Morris missed a 6 ball and that made it 3-1.

A Morris foul gives the Indonesians ball in hand in the fifth game and they took full advantage to make it 3-2 to the Americans. They shared the next two to move the score along to 4-3.

A foul by Simanjuntuak in the next gave USA ball-in-hand and they used it well as they moved two ahead, closing in on their victory target of eight. Indonesia had a chance in the ninth but Zulfikri's jump shot on the 5-ball meant America regained possession again. They inched closer to the finish line to lead 6-3.


Team USA - Shane van Boening and Rodney Morris.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Things went awry for America right at the start of the tenth as Morris watched his cue ball run into the side pocket. With ball-in-hand, Indonesia forced the Americans to sit and watch as the scoreline ticked over to 6-4. Simanjuntuak missed a thin cut on the green 6 which allowed the USA to move to the hill 7-4.

A Morris scratch in the next allowed Indonesia to pinch one back but a dry break in what was to be the last rack of the match proved to be the undoing of the game Asians. America now face Finland or China in the quarter finals.

"I'm dogging it at the moment right now as I'm not spending enough time at the table so I need to practise more. I would rather not play against Mika Immonen in the next round because he is a good friend but China are solid guys,” said Morris.

"Whatever comes out of the bracket will be very tough but we will be ready for them. Mika has his eyes on the final in every tournament he plays in so it will be interesting if we play Finland."


Team Philippines B - Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Philippines Home by a Hair’s Breadth

A NATION AWAITS and it was the turn of legends Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante to feel the force of expectation as they lined up for their round two showdown with Team Italy (Fabio Petroni and Bruno Muratore).

With upwards of 600 people hanging from the rafters to catch a view of their idols, the atmosphere was electric as both sets of players were introduced into the arena.

They were not disappointed as the home boys won 8-5 in a match that swung on a call by referee Cielo Lopez in the 11th rack. The Italians were looking good to comeback at 6-4 down but the ref called a foul on Muratore, claiming the hair on his arm touched the 6 ball.

It helped the Philippines regain the momentum and they went on to close out the win.


Team Italy - Fabio Petroni and Bruno Muratore.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Undeterred by the crowd, the Italians looked happy to be there and the teams shared the opening two racks before Bustamante made up for a Reyes positional error as he banked the 9 ball to fire Philippines B into the lead.

It was tense and they shared the next two to shift the score to 3-2 to the Philippines. Muratore had a great chance to level it in the next but miscued on the 8 ball and instead of 3-3, the Philippines moved into a two rack lead.

An unintended snooker was the slice of fortune that determined the outcome of the next and it was the home team that enjoyed it to move to 5-2. A dry break from the Philippines gave Italy the chance they were looking for and Muratore deposited the 9 ball but Efren and Django regained the three rack lead as they cashed in on a poor Petroni safety.

Dry break in the next allowed Italy to make a great run out including a decent pot on the 2 ball which freed up the 3 which was stuck to the 7. That put the score at 6-4.

There was controversy in the next when referee Cielo Lopez called a foul on Muratore, adjudging his arm to have lightly touched the 6 ball when cueing. The Italian didn’t like it at all but with ball in hand the Philippines moved to the hill at 7-4. TV replays were inconclusive but the referee stuck to her guns.

Italy got back into the match in the next rack and sealed it to go 7-5. But the controversy wasn’t finished as Muratore spoke to head referee Michaela Tabb during the break between racks.

The incident clearly played on Muratore's mind and he scratched in the next rack. That is the last time Italy had a shot in the competition as the Philippines won the rack to win the match and move into the quarter-finals.

"Hopefully it doesn't matter who we play next but me and Efren have lots of pressure everytime we miss a ball or make a mistake,” said Bustamante.


Team Holland - Niels Feijen & Nick van den Berg.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

14 out of 16 Seeds Through

In the final round one match, Team Holland, wearing very stylish national team shirts, made it 14 out of 16 of the seeded teams into the second round at the expense of former World Cup semi-finalists Vietnam.

Niels Feijen and Nick van den Berg have always been among the favourites in the four years of this competition and they looked very methodical as they kept well ahead of the opposition.

Similar to the earlier game, the classy Dutch moved into a 5-0 lead in the brutal race-to-eight winner breaks format. A missed 9 ball from Van den Berg let in the Viet team of Luong Chi Dung and Nguyen Thanh Nam but there was to be no comeback as the Dutch took the next for 6-1.


Team Vietnam - Luong Chi Dung and Nguyen Thanh Nam.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Vietnam managed a couple more but it would be Team Holland who would take the second round spot where they would face Japan.

“We started off great, made a couple of errors and had to regain our composure and finish the job which we did,” said Feijen.


Team Russia - Ruslan Chinakhov and Konstantin Stepanov.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Holland & Russia Take Last Two Spots

RUSSIA, with a combined age of 42 making them the youngest team in the tournament, looked older than their years as they put in an excellent performance to oust Denmark from the 2009 PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool at the SM Mall North Annex in Manila.

Konstantin Stepanov is 25 and Ruslan Chinakhov is 17 but they controlled the match from start to finish as they restricted Denmark to few chances and converted their own.

Denmark struggled throughout and failed to take their chances as Russia moved quickly into a 5-1 lead. There was no real way back from that for the Danish pair of Kasper Kristoffersen & Bahram Lotfy.

They managed another couple of racks but it was all Russia as they went forward to round two.

“We practice together and we’re friends off the table as well and I think that helps in this type of format,” said Stepanov after the match.


Team Poland - Mateusz Sniegocki and Radoslaw Babica.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Super Poland Paste the Belgians

POLAND put in one of the best performances so far at the PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool as they restricted the Belgian pair of Serge Das and Pascal Budo to the role of spectators, running out 8-0 winners at the SM Mall North Annex in Manila.

The pairing of Radoslaw Babica and Mateusz Sniegocki, currently ranked 19th and 15th in Europe respectively, looked in tip top shape as they kept the Belgians in their chairs, allowing them up for occasional visits to escape from safeties.

Belgium got to the table in the third but Budo, making his World Cup of Pool debut, scratched to give ball in hand to the Poles. It was the story of the match for the Belgians.

The ever-youthful looking Babica, once known as the Choirboy, but now a seasoned pro, and his team mate Sniegocki looked in fine fettle as they ran out the third to leave Belgium in trouble.

There was no respite as the Poles ran through the racks and with a white-wash on the cards, they kept their foot firmly on the pedal to run out clear winners. They now meet Chinese Taipei in the second round.

“I know Chinese Taipei will be favourites in our second round match but we watched them earlier and they made a few mistakes. So, if we can play like this we have a real chance,” said Babica.

“For us, this will be a good chance to show our countrymen that we can win something and we will be doing our best.”


Team Chinese Taipei - Yang Ching Shun and Lai Chia Hsiung.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Lacklustre Chinese Taipei Take Win

EARLIER CHINESE Taipei won a hard fought match 8-6 against Singapore to advance to the next round but it wasn’t pretty as both teams struggled to get anything going.

The team consisted of Yang Ching-shun, a consistent performer at the highest level over the years, and Lai Chia-hsiung, who last played in a Matchroom Sport pool event back in 2001 when he appeared in the World Pool Masters (coincidentally also in a shopping mall).

That followed a great run at the WPC the previous July where he went all the way to the semis only to be beaten by Ralf Souquet. Since then he has more or less disappeared off the international scene until this week.

The pair didn’t seem to gel but had enough to get past the dogged Singaporean pair of Toh Lian Han and Chan Keng Kwang.

In fact, Singapore looked in the driving seat as they broke at 6-6 in what was effectively a race to two. There was a dry break though and that seemed to sum up Singapore’s day.



2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE LAST 32 - THE DRAW

(1) USA

8 : 7

Malta

Indonesia

8 : 3

India (16)

(9) China

8 : 5

Korea

( 8 ) Finland

8 : 3

Sweden

(5) Philippines B

8 : 3

Qatar

(12) Italy

8 : 5

Austria

(13) Spain

8 : 3

Australia

(4) England

8 : 4

Malaysia

(3) Germany

8 : 0

Hong Kong

France

8 : 1

Canada (14)

(11) Japan

8 : 6

Croatia

(6) Holland

8 : 3

Vietnam

(7) Taiwan

8 : 6

Singapore

(10) Poland

8 : 0

Belgium

(15) Russia

8 : 3

Denmark

(2) Philippines A

8 : 5

Thailand



2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE LAST 16

(1) USA

8 : 5

Indonesia

(9) China

0 : 0

Finland ( 8 )

(5) Philippines B

8 : 5

Italy (12)

(13) Spain

0 : 0

England (4)

(3) Germany

0 : 0

France

(11) Japan

0 : 0

Holland (6)

(7) Taiwan

0 : 0

Poland (10)

(15) Russia

0 : 0

Philippines A (2)



2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE QUARTER FINALS

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2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE SEMI FINALS

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WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE FINAL

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2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

THE PRIZE FUND

Winners:US$60,000 x 1
Runners Up:US$30,000 x 1
Semi-Finalists:US$16,000 x 2
Quarter-Finalists:US$10,000 x 4
Last 16:US$5,000 x 8
Last 32:US$3,000 x 16
Total US$250,000 * All prize money is split between the two players.


2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

EUROPE

1.AustriaMartin Kempter & Jasmin Ouschan
2.BelgiumSerge Das & Pascal Budo
3.CroatiaIvica Putnik & Philipp Stojanovic
4.DenmarkKasper Kristoffersen & Bahram Lotfy
5.EnglandImran Majid & Darren Appleton
6.FinlandMarkus Juva & Mika Immonen
7.FranceStephan Cohen & Vincent Facquet
8.GermanyRalf Souquet & Thorsten Hohmann
9.HollandNiels Feijen & Nick van den Berg
10.ItalyBruno Muratore & Fabio Petroni
11.MaltaTony Drago & Alex Borg
12.PolandMateusz Sniegocki & Radoslaw Babica
13.RussiaRuslan Chinakhov & Konstantin Stepanov
14.SpainDavid Alcaide & Rafael Guzmann
15.SwedenMarcus Chamat & Tom Storm

ASIA

16.ChinaLi Hewen & Fu Jianbo
17.Hong KongKenny Kwok & Lee Chenman
18.IndiaDharminder Singh Lilly & Raj Hundal
19.IndonesiaMuhammad Bewi Simanjuntak & Muhammad Zulfikri
20.JapanSatoshi Kawabata & Hayato Hijikata
21.KoreaGa Young Kim and Yun Mi Lim
22.MalaysiaIbrahim Bin Amir & Lee Poh Soon
23.Philippines ADennis Orcollo & Ronnie Alcano
24.Philippines BEfren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante
25.SingaporeChan Keng Kwang & Toh Lian Han
26.TaiwanYang Ching Shun and Lai Chia Hsiung
27.ThailandNitiwat Kanjanasri & Surethep Phoochalam
28.VietnamLuong Chi Dung & Nguyen Thanh Nam

REST OF THE WORLD

29.CanadaTyler Edey & Jason Klatt
30.USARodney Morris and Shane van Boening
31.AustraliaLou Condo & Greg Jenkins
32.QatarBashar Hussain & Mohammed Ali Bin Ali


2009 PARTY CASINO.NET

WORLD CUP OF POOL

SCHEDULE

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1
Round 1 – race to 8

12.00 noon
France v Canada
Korea v China

3.00 pm
Australia v Spain
Indonesia v India

6.00 pm
Malta v USA
Qatar v Philippines B    

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2
Round 1 – race to 8

12.00 noon
Sweden v Finland
Austria v Italy

3.00 pm
Croatia v Japan
Hong Kong v Germany

6.00 pm
Malaysia v England
Thailand v Philippines A

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Round 1 & 2– race to 8

12.00 noon
Singapore v Taiwan
Belgium v Poland

3.00 pm
Denmark v Russia
Vietnam v Holland

6.00 pm
Malta/USA v Indonesia/India
Qatar/Philippines B v Austria/Italy

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4
Round 2 – race to 8

12.00 noon
Korea/China v Sweden/Finland
Hong Kong/Germany v France/Canada

3.00 pm
Singapore/Taiwan v Belgium/Poland
Croatia/Japan v Vietnam/Holland

6.00 pm
Australia/Spain v Malaysia/England
Denmark/Russia v Thailand/Phil A

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5
Quarter Finals – race to 9

2.00 pm
Quarter Final
Quarter Final

6.00 pm
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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6
Semi Finals – race to 9

1.00 pm
Semi Final 1
Semi Final 2

6.00 pm
Final - race to 11



Matchroom Sport are one of the world’s leading producers of televised sport and are responsible for over 1,100 hours of original programming across a range of sports. Based in the UK and chaired by charismatic founder Barry Hearn, the World Cup of Pool is one of a stable of pool events that include the Mosconi Cup and the World Pool Masters.

Solar Entertainment Corp, based in Makati, Philippines, is an established media with prominent positions in broadcast and cable television. The company is a leader in the creation, promotion and distributions of entertainment and sports programming services.

Solar Sports launched in 2002, the network has showcased all types of sports action both local and foreign. Solar Sports has situated itself to be the ultimate sports channel in the country.

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