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Reyes & Busta Roll Back the Years for Glory
 Posted on Sunday, September 06 2009 @ 09:16:44 UTCby admin
World Cup Of Pool PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool 2009
SM City North EDSA Mall
Metro Manila

1-6 September 2009

Efren Reyes celebrates potting the final 9 ball in Manila.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Philippines Beat Germany in Epic Final

Philippines B, made up of legendary cuemen Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante, delighted an entire nation on Sunday evening at the SM North Mall Annex in Quezon City, Manila, as they came from behind at the death to beat the German team of Thorsten Hohmann and Ralf Souquet by 11-9.

It would be hard to think of a more nerve-wracking, thrilling or tense major pool final as both teams had chances to win and both displayed their awesome skills as well as frailties under pressure.

It’s hard to be exact but there were upwards of 2,000 people watching from every possible angle and the atmosphere in the arena was charged from the start. In addition, millions more were viewing in homes, bars and clubs across the Philippines as the event was aired live in its entirety on Solar Sports and CS9.

“We are very happy because we thought we were lucky. When they were leading we thought we were going to lose as the score was 9-7 and they were still playing easy run outs,” said an elated Bustamante.

“Thorsten’s miss on the 5 ball meant we got lucky and that changed everything. We are very proud to have won this tournament twice.

"Read More..." for the full details.

The Teams are presented before the final in Manila.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

“We didn’t think we would get into the final but when we beat China, Efren said ‘we will win this tournament’. We don’t play much together normally then we came together for the World Cup and it’s amazing that we have won but it was very tough,” he added.

The audience - and there's another 500 inside the arena, and 700 on the balcony!
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

It was the second time these two have won this coveted title and they each collected cheques for $30,000.

The tension was palpable as MC John McDonald introduced the two teams into the arena for the race to 11 championship match and it was the Philippines who got off to a flyer as they took the first three to the delight of the massive crowd. In the fourth though, Bustamante's break was an illegal one, but Germany passed back the table and Reyes pushed out.

That left an intense, high-quality safety battle as none of the players dared to make a mistake. Finally it was the Philippines who made the error and the Germans got on the scoreboard.

The Germans took the next to go 2-3 and then in the sixth game, an excellent kicked double bank shot on the 2 ball by Reyes set the Philippines up for a good run out and they completed it to put a two rack gulf between themselves and their opponents.

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

Reyes and Bustamante then ran out the next to take the score to 5-2 and that left the German pair looking a little glum in their chairs. They got to the table in the next but Hohmann scratched to give ball in hand to Bustamante.

A bad miss by Busta though, on the green 6, saw the table return to Germany and they cleared to win their first rack since the fifth game.

A terrible snatch on the 7 ball by Reyes saw it miss and it rolled up table from where Hohmann deposited it to set up the run out for Germany. They then took the next from the break to tie the match up at 5-5.

Team Germany - Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

The 11th game hinged on a miss on the orange 5 by Bustamante which tried to fall into the corner pocket but stayed out. Germany seized the opportunity to run out as they took the lead for the first time in the match.

Souquet returned the favour in the next as he missed the 1 ball and left it on for Bustamante. There was more 6 ball trouble for Reyes as he missed an absolute sitter. Hohmann though came to his rescue as he too missed it into the middle pocket.

It was shaky stuff but the Philippines managed to complete the run out to restore parity at 6-6. Both teams had visits in the next but it was Germany who took it, despite Souquet nearly scratching going from 8 to 9. That restored their one rack lead as the score moved to 7-6.

Reyes, who was looking increasingly tentative, missed the orange 5 and Germany needed no second invitation to run out as they increased their lead to two racks for the first time in the match.

Team Germany - Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

A good break from Hohmann saw the 1 available but with the balls positioned awkwardly, the teams exchange safeties before a brilliant kicked bank shot from Hohmann put Germany in the ascendancy.

They scuppered themselves though with more safety and it was Reyes who bagged the 9 ball to give the Philippines a fighting chance as the score went to 8-7 in favour of Germany.

A crunching Bustamante break came up dry and Souquet chose to push out. They exchanged safeties before the Kaiser jumped out of a snooker and fluked the 1 ball. Nothing was on and a very long safety battle ensued.

There was huge drama as Bustamante escaped a tough snooker and potted the 3 ball but Reyes missed once again, this time on the 4 ball. Trying to do too much with cue ball, Souquet missed the pot on the black 8 but Bustamante could only play safe.

There was more suspense as Hohmann left the 8 on but Reyes left his partner with a horrible 9 ball and he missed it. Souquet gathered himself and dropped the 9 ball to put his team 9-7 to the good.

Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

A bad miss on the 1 ball from Bustamante let the Germans in but Hohmann missed the orange 5 ball. Reyes, recovering his confidence, banked it in and from there, the Philippines made it 9-8. They took the next to level the score at nine racks each and the crowd were almost out of control with excitement.

A dry break from Bustamante left the 1 ball on but Souquet, feeling the heat, missed a pressure pot on the orange 5. Reyes, fighting the choke, squeezed the 5 ball past the 8 and into the middle pocket and from there, the Philippines reached the hill first.

The Philippines enjoy huge good fortune as the balls rolled in their favour but at this stage it was all about nerves rather precision play. In the end, after visits from both sides, it was the Philippines in the shape of Efren Bata Reyes, who rolled the winning 9 ball home which saw the crowd erupt in delight.

Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

“We should have won easily, 11-6, but it was just the way the match went but that’s the way it is. There is nothing you can do about it,” said a dejected Souquet.

“We had enough chances, and I’m very very disappointed we didn’t win. To be honest I still don’t believe that it was a fantastic match as both teams made a lot of errors, but it was very dramatic for the spectators and there was a lot of tension for both teams,” he added.

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


Team Germany - Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Super Germans See off Philippines A

The final of the 2009 PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool will be between the German pair of Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann and Philippines B made up of Efren ‘Bata’ Reyes and Francisco ‘Django’ Bustamante.

That follows on from another outstanding performance from Germany as they took down tournament favourites Philippines A , made up of Dennis Orcollo and Ronnie Alcano by a 9-6 scoreline at the SM Mall North Annex in Quezon City, Manila.

"This is why we came here. Of course you have to fight, that's what it's all about,” said a fired-up Hohmann afterwards.

"Who wants to see a Philippines A versus Philippines B final? It should be a great final of Philippines B v Germany,” he added.

The precise Germans against the all-round prowess of the Philippines was never likely to be a runaway for either team and so it proved. Neither side could gain any momentum in the early stages as neither team could manage more than a rack lead at any time.

With the scores tied at 4-4, they were dead-locked in safety battle which Souquet broke with a table length bank on the 3 ball and from there, the Germans completed a decent run out to take the lead at 5-4.

Team Germany then downed the 1 ball off the break and with the 2 ball on, Hohmann and Souquet ran out to gain a two rack lead for the first time in the match.

That didn’t last for long though as a fruitless break from Hohmann let Philippines A to the table and they ran out to narrow the lead to 6-5 to Germany.

Team Philippines A - Dennis Orcollo & Ronnie Alcano.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Orcollo made an illegal break to bring the Germans back to the table but Hohmann missed a long pot on the 1 ball as the crowd gasped. The two smiling Pinoys negotiated the table and it was back to all square at 6-6.

Between racks, guest of honour, World Light Flyweight Champion Brian Viloria, made an appearance and took his seat in the VIP enclosure.

A bad miss on the 2 ball down the rail by Alcano gave Germany a great chance to regain the lead. There was no hesitation as they ran through the table to get themselves within two racks of victory.

Souquet’s break saw two balls drop and the 1 ball out in the open. Hohmann though chose to play safe rather than attempt the low percentage pot. Alcano took on the 1 ball and missed it. Souquet played what was the shot of the match to pot the 1 ball and gain a three rail position, through a crowd of balls, to leave his partner perfect on the 2 ball.

They made no mistakes from there are cleared to get to the hill at 8-6.

Scenting the victory, Souquet missed the 1 ball to throw the Philippines a life jacket but Alcano completely blew it, as he left the 1 ball hanging in the jaws of a blind pocket.

The run out was a tough one, with the Germans permanently out of position but the cool heads of Hohmann and Souquet guided Germany home for a magnificent win.

"We're really looking forward to the final. This was a tough match but to play against Efren in a major final will be another highlight of my career - he is my favourite player and Bustamante is also a great player,” said Souquet.

"I know we will have to fight and will be against a crowd of more than 1,500 Filipino fans but, hey, we have some fans here and fans in Germany and the rest of the world."

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

Epic Encounter Sees Phil B Through to Final

In an absolute thriller of a match, the Philippines B team of Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante, made their way through to Sunday evening’s final of the PartyCasino.net World Cup of Pool, beating China 9-8 in front a crowd in excess of 1,000 at the SM Mall North Annex.

Spare a thought for ’07 Champions China, made up of Fu Jianbo and Li Hewen, who mounted a sterling comeback from 5-1 down to see themselves breaking for the match.

Reyes and Bustamante now meet the winners of the second semi-final, Germany v Philippines A.

With the arena full, hundreds looking on from the balcony and at least three hundred people still lining up for long sold out tickets, the two teams were introduced to the crowd and it was China who got the match underway but some errors from a nervy Fu Jianbo allowed the Philippines to open up a lead.

Team China - Li Hewen and Fu Jianbo.
Photographs by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.

Another miss from the stick-thin Fu let their opponents get to the table and they looked good to go into 2-0 lead. Another miss, this time from Li, gave the Filipinos a chance but they couldn’t cash in and China steadied their nerves with their first rack of the match.

That was to be their only success for sometime as Philippines B got on a roll, winning the next three with some free-wheeling play. The crowd needed to be warned several times by referee Michaela Tabb as their enthusiasm got the better of them at times.

The Chinese duo of Fu Jianbo and Li Hewen, dug deep and fought their way back into the match and they clawed back the racks to trail 5-6 but, with a chance to level it, Fu came up short and left the 4 ball over the middle pocket and the Philippines calmed the crowd by clearing the table to restore a two rack lead at 7-5 in the race to nine.

Reyes though missed the red 3 as the crowd gasped and China grabbed the opportunity to run out and get within one of the opposition but a dry break in the 14th rack scuppered their momentum. However, there is some controversy as Reyes fouls, failing to hit a rail after hitting the blue 2.

Reyes disputes this, but referee Tabb had already called ‘touching ball’ to indicate that the 2 ball was locked on the rail and therefore could not then touch it after contact.

There was disaster for Li though, as he hopelessly miscued on the straight 4 ball and with the balls out in the open, Philippines ran out to increase the lead to 8-6 – one away from victory.

Reyes came up with an illegal break though, and the Chinese nervously went through the table to get one back at 8-7.

Fu delivered an excellent break in the next, dropping two balls and leaving the 1 ball on. The Philippines got back to the table but Reyes left what looked like a decent safety shot after China ran out of position.

Li's jump shot, under immense pressure, was perfect and he potted the 2-ball with good position for the 3-ball. It was great character shown from China and the match became a one-rack shoot-out.

Fu missed a critical 1/2 combo though and the Philippines had their destiny in their own hands. They went through the balls, with everyone cheered by the crowd before Bustamante sunk the final 9 for a marvellous win.




(1) USA

8 : 7



8 : 3

India (16)

(9) China

8 : 5


( 8 ) Finland

8 : 3


(5) Philippines B

8 : 3


(12) Italy

8 : 5


(13) Spain

8 : 3


(4) England

8 : 4


(3) Germany

8 : 0

Hong Kong


8 : 1

Canada (14)

(11) Japan

8 : 6


(6) Holland

8 : 3


(7) Taiwan

8 : 6


(10) Poland

8 : 0


(15) Russia

8 : 3


(2) Philippines A

8 : 5





(1) USA

8 : 5


(9) China

8 : 3

Finland ( 8 )

(5) Philippines B

8 : 5

Italy (12)

(4) England

8 : 6

Spain (13)

(3) Germany

8 : 4


(6) Holland

8 : 4

Japan (11)

(10) Poland

8 : 5

Taiwan (7)

(2) Philippines A

8 : 3

Russia (15)




(9) China

9 : 5

USA (1)

(5) Philippines B

9 : 1

England (4)

(3) Germany

9 : 7

Holland (6)

(2) Philippines A

9 : 5

Poland (10)




(5) Philippines B

9 : 8

China (9)

(3) Germany

9 : 6

Philippines A (2)




(5) Philippines B

11 : 9

Germany (3)




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.




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


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


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




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    

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

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

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

Quarter Finals – race to 9

2.00 pm
Quarter Final
Quarter Final

6.00 pm

Semi Finals – race to 9

1.00 pm
Semi Final 1
Semi Final 2

6.00 pm
Final - race to 11

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