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Immonen Wins 2009 World Ten Ball Championship
 Posted on Friday, November 27 2009 @ 18:21:48 UTCby admin
10 Ball 2009 World Ten Ball Championship
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25-30 November 2009


Finland's Mika Immonen celebrates with the World Ten Ball Trophy
Photographs © and courtesy of Biboy Soriano - & used by Pro9 with express permission.

2009 World Ten Ball Championship - Day 6 - Immonen Wins!

There can be no doubt as to who the best player in the world is now. Mika Immonen of Finland has won the World Ten Ball Championship in Manila scant weeks after winning his second consecutive US Open and the Challenge of Champions. These wins push him over the $200,000 mark for the year and cement his place firmly in pool history.






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Mika Immonen - Finland

Immonen entered the final day as one of four players left out of the 128 who started the week. His first victim for the day was Antonio Lining of the Philippines whom he beat 9-7. Just after this win the other semi-final between Lee Van Corteza of the Philippines and David Alcaide of Spain ended with Corteza earning the right to face Immonen 9-7. Corteza began the final with a hot hand and led 2-0 after the first two racks. But from there Immonen found his game and slowly pulled away to take the title 11-6 in a convincing victory.

Congratulations go out to Raya Sports for their production of this year’s championship and the Republic of the Philippines for being such gracious hosts.






2009 World Ten Ball Championship - Day 5

The first order of business today at the WPA World Ten Ball Championship was to winnow the field of 32 down to the Sweet Sixteen. Comebacks seemed to be the order of the day as Lee Van Corteza, who had trailed Yu Lung Chang 7-2, roared back with a display of break and runs to win the match 9-8. Daryl Peach had trailed Satoshi Kawabata 5-1 but turned that around and won 9-7 after denying any control of the table to Kawabata in the second half of the match. Finally Dennis Orcullo came back from a 7-2 deficit to Hayato Hijikata to win that match 9-8.


Mika Immonen - Finland


Mika Immonen and Marlon Manalo had a much closer run. They were tied at 6 games each before Mika hit that gear of his to take over and win 9-6. His usual nemesis, Ralf Souquet, had a terrible 41st birthday today as he was eliminated 9-6 by He Wen Li.

Other matches of note found Warren Kiamco besting Thorsten Hohmann 9-5, Antonio Lining beating Naoyuki Ooi 9-7, Nick Van Dne Berg overcoming Jonni Fulcher 9-4, Thomas Engert dominating Imran Majid 9-2, David Alcaide making it look easy against former World Champion Chao Fong-Pang 9-5 and our defending champion Darren Appleton crushing Stephan Cohen 9-5.

The next round would create the Great Eight. Warren Kiamco stayed sharp and eliminated Daryl Peach 9-7. Antonio Lining cruised past Jomar De Ocampo 9-2 while Mika Immonen continued his threat with a 9-7 victory over Nick Van Den Berg. New World Junior Champion Ruslan Chinokhov overcame Elvis Calasang 9-6 and Lee Van Corteza came out ahead in a nip and tuck battle with Thomas Engert 9-7. Chinese superstar He Wen Li eliminated his countryman Wang Ming 9-8, defending champion Darren Appleton overcame a 4-game deficit against Marcus Chamat to progress 9-7 and David Alcaide kept his campaign going by defeating Dennis Orcullo 9-6.

The day was not over. We still had to determine the final four that would return on Monday for the grand glory of a World Championship. First to go out in this round was our defending Champion, Darren Appleton. Appleton lost out 9-6 to the super-strong David Alcaide. Mika Immonen continued his invincible play against Ruslan Chinakhov and moved in to the final group easily 9-6. Antonio Lining had to go all the way to double-hill to win over Warren Kiamco 9-8 and Lee Van Corteza placed the second Filipino into the final four with his 9-7 win over He Win Li.

Our semifinals on Monday will find Corteza facing Alcaide and Lining going up against Immonen. The locals are hoping for an all-Filipino final, but there is a lot of work to be done to accomplish that.



2009 World Ten Ball Championship - Day 4


Roman Hybler - Czech Republic



Jonni Fulcher - Great Britain



Darren Appleton - Great Britain



Imran Majid - Great Britain



The Playing Arena at The World Trade Center, Manila

Dang!

There are always surprises at this stage of a tournament but perhaps the biggest one is the survival of Chinese player Jin Hu Dang. He got in this championship as an alternate to the qualifiers by filling the slot of a player who did not make the trip to Manila and he has made the most of the opportunity. Tonight he beat Ching Shun Yang (TPE) to progress to the round of 32.

Tomorrow he faces another heavyweight in the form of Sweden’s Marcus Chamat. Chamat beat Po Cheng Kuo 9-7 tonight. Our defending champion, Darren Appleton, is still in the fight as he bested Craig Osborne 9-3 to glide into the next round.


Thomas Engert - Germany

There are many interesting match-ups to be contested on Sunday. Warren Kiamco goes up against Thorsten Hohmann, Mika Immonen faces Marlon Manalo and David Alcaide, who recently won the Predator Ten Ball stop in Portugal, will go to war with former World Champion Fong Pang Chao.

The prize money now increases at a rapid rate with each win. The players will be battling their own nerves as well as their opponents and mistakes will be sorely punished. Two days to go yet and nobody wants to board an early flight.




Ralf Souquet - Germany

2009 World Ten Ball Championship - Day 3

After three hard days of play the final field of 64 has now been determined. Thirty-two of these players are thus far undefeated and will be seeded into the final brackets according to their performance up to this point. The other 32 players are subjected to a blind draw to determine whom they will face in the matches tomorrow.

There will be many exciting matches on Saturday. Filipino hotshot Jericho Banares will play Thorsten Hohmann on the first TV match of the day. Other TV matches will feature Lee Van Corteza against Konsatantin Stepanov and Oscar Dominguez will do battle with Dennis Orcullo.

The outside tables will find, among others, Corey Deuel squared off with Antonio Lining, Niels Feijen facing Mika Immonen in a match between two giants of the game who know one another well, Imran Majid versus Ronnie Alcano, Ralf Souquet against Ignacio Chavez, Marcus Chamat will play Kuo Po-Cheng and David Alcaide will have to fade Antonio Gabica.

We are now down to the single-elimination stages so every match is do or die. Fans will be watching to see which players are able to remain in their pace and which will succumb to the nerves of the moment. Pick your favorites now. In three short days we will have a new Champion of the World!


Daryl Peach - Great Britain




The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Group Stage Draw
GROUP A
1 Ralf Souquet
2 Kuo Po-Cheng
3 Shawn Putnam
4 Dennis Orcullo
5 Thomasz Kaplan
6 Roman Hybler
7 Matjaz Erculj
8 Steve Villamil (Qualifier 9)
GROUP B
1 Darren Appleton
2 Nick van den Berg
3 Kim Woong Dae
4 Martin Kempter
5 Ben Nunan
6 Tey Choon Kiat
7 Kenny Kwok
8 M B Alias
GROUP C
1 Niels Feijen
2 Allan Cuartero
3 Scott Higgins
4 Christoph Reintjes
5 Naoyuki Ooi
6 Vincent Facquet
7 Ramazan Dincer
8 Chang Pei-Wei (Qualifier 4)
GROUP D
1 Mika Immonen
2 Ruslan Chinakhov
3 Ricardo Jones
4 Oliver Ortmann
5 Basher Hussain
6 Hayato Hijikata
7 Fabio Petroni
8 Ibrahim Bin Amir
GROUP E
1 Shane Van Boening
2 Yukio Akakariyama
3 Marko Vogel
4 Tyler Edey
5 Serge Das
6 Konstantin Stepanov
7 Ignacio Chavez
8 Nguyen Anh Tuan
GROUP F
1 Marcus Chamat
2 Imran Majid
3 Toru Kuribayashi
4 Bahram Lofty
5 David Alcaide
6 Frailin Guanica
7 Fu Jianbo
8 Emil Martinez (Qualifier 7)
GROUP G
1 Jeffrey De Luna
2 Wang Hung-Hsiang
3 Mario He
4 Mehmet Cankurt
5 Jalal Youse
6 Toh Lian Han
7 Li Hewen
8 Jomar De Ocampo (Qualifier 10)
GROUP H
1 Demosthenes Pulpul
2 Karl Boyes
3 Johnny Archer
4 Raymond Cruz
5 Ronnie Alcano
6 Cheng Tsung-Hua
7 Abdulatef Fawal
8 Dang Jin-Hu (first alternate)
GROUP I
1 Daryl Peach
2 Yang Ching-Shun
3 Charlie Bryant
4 Lee Van Corteza
5 Andreas Koukiadakis
6 Vegar Kristiansen
7 Jason Theron
8 Lee Poh Soon
GROUP J
1 Jerico Banares
2 Bruno Muratore
3 Shaun Wilkie
4 Alain Martel
5 Jeong Young Hwa
6 Phil Stojanovic
7 Sandor Tot
8 Jundel Mazon (Qualifier 5)
GROUP K
1 Ko, Pin-Yi
2 Antonio Gabica
3 Ralf Mund
4 Oscar Dominguez
5 Erik Hjorleifson
6 Mariusz Skoneczny
7 Widi Harsoyo
8 Wang Ming (Qualifier 1)
GROUP L
1 Marlon Manalo
2 Thorsten Hohmann
3 Craig Osborne
4 Stevie Moore
5 Ryu Seung Woo
6 Chang Yu-Lung
7 Rashid Al Mari
8 Ramil Gallego (Qualifier 2)
GROUP M
1 Charlie Williams
2 Chris Melling
3 Chao Fong Pang
4 Mateusz Sniegocki
5 Ricky Yang
6 Markus Juva
7 Alphonse Hoge
8 Roberto Gomez (Qualifier 6)
GROUP N
1 Radoslaw Babica
2 Corey Deuel
3 Phil Burford
4 Choi Chul Mook
5 Warren Kiamco
6 Stephan Cohen
7 Rafael Guzmann
8 Michael Feliciano (Qualifier 3)
GROUP O
1 Lu Hui Chan
2 Liu Haitao
3 Benjamin Heimmerer
4 Adam Smith
5 Carlo Biado
6 Alwi
7 Huidji See
8 Antonio Lining (Qualifier 8 )
GROUP P
1 Fu, Che-wei
2 Satoshi Kawabata
3 Jonni Fulcher
4 Thomas Engert
5 Kasper Kristoffersen
6 Louis Condo
7 Victor Arpilleda
8 Farhad Shahverdi


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Last 64 Single Elimination
Warren Kiamco
Philippines
9 : 8
Venezuela
Jalal Yousef
Thorsten Hohmann
Germany
9 : 1
Philippines
Jericho Banares
Daryl Peach
Great Britain
9 : 4
Austria
Mario He
Satoshi Kawabata
Japan
9 : 6
Poland
Radoslaw Babica
Antonio Lining
Philippines
9 : 4
USA
Corey Deuel
Naoyuki Ooi
Japan
9 : 4
Canada
Adam Smith
Jomar De Ocampo
Philippines
9 : 6
Korea
Jeong Young Hwa
Nguyen Anh Than
Vietnam
9 : 5
Great Britain
Karl Boyes
Mika Immonen
Finland
9 : 6
Netherlands
Niels Feijen
Marlon Manalo
Philippines
9 : 4
China
Fu Jianbo
Nick van den Berg
Netherlands
9 : 6
Mexico
Ernesto Dominguez
Jonni Fulcher
Great Britain
9 : 8
Hong Kong
Kenny Kwok
Jundel Mazon
Philippines
9 : 8
Canada
Alain Martel
Ruslan Chinakov
Russia
9 : 6
Netherlands
Huidji See
Elvis Calasang
Philippines
9 : 5
Finland
Markus Juva
Alwi
Indonesia
9 : 2
USA
Alwi
Lee van Corteza
Philippines
9 : 7
Russia
Konstantin Stepanov
Chang Yu-Lung
Taipei
9 : 4
Australia
Ben Nunan
Imran Majid
Great Britain
9 : 5
Philippines
Ronnie Alcano
Tomas Engert
Germany
9 : 3
USA
Charlie Williams
Roman Hybler
Czech Republic
9 : 6
Taipei
Fu Che-Wei
Wang Ming
China
9 : 5
Indonesia
Ricky Yang
Li Hewen
China
9 : 5
Germany
Oliver Ortmann
Ralf Souquet
Germany
9 : 8
Mexico
Ignacio Chavez
Darren Appleton
Great Britain
9 : 3
Great Britain
Craig Osborne
Stephan Cohen
France
9 : 5
Germany
Christoph Reintjes
Dang Jin-hu
China
9 : 6
Taipei
Yang Ching Shun
Marcus Chamat
Sweden
9 : 7
Taipei
Kuo Po-Cheng
Hayato Hijikata
Japan
9 : 2
Canada
Erik Hjorleifson
Dennis Orcullo
Philippines
9 : 2
USA
Oscar Dominguez
Chao Fong-Pang
Taipei
9 : 6
Japan
Yukio Akakariyama
David Alcaide
Spain
9 : 8
Philippines
Antonio Gabica


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Last 32 Single Elimination
Warren Kiamco
Philippines
9 : 5
Germany
Thorsten Hohmann
Daryl Peach
Great Britain
9 : 7
Japan
Satoshi Kawabata
Antonio Lining
Philippines
9 : 3
Japan
Naoyuki Ooi
Jomar De Ocampo
Philippines
9 : 5
Vietnam
Nguyen Anh Than
Mika Immonen
Finland
9 : 6
Philippines
Marlon Manalo
Nick van den Berg
Netherlands
9 : 4
Great Britain
Jonni Fulcher
Ruslan Chinakhov
Russia
9 : 3
Philippines
Jundel Mazon
Elvis Calasang
Philippines
9 : 7
Indonesia
Alwi
Lee van Corteza
Philippines
9 : 8
Taipei
Chang Yu-Lung
Thomas Engert
Germany
9 : 3
Great Britain
Imran Majid
Wang Ming
China
9 : 6
Czech Republic
Roman Hybler
Li Hewen
China
9 : 6
Germany
Ralf Souquet
Darren Appleton
Great Britain
9 : 5
France
Stephan Cohen
Marcus Chamat
Sweden
9 : 7
China
Dang Jin-hu
Dennis Orcullo
Philippines
9 : 7
Japan
Hayato Hijikata
David Alcaide
Spain
9 : 5
Taipei
Fong Pang Chao


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Last 16 Single Elimination
Warren Kiamco
Philippines
9 : 7
Great Britain
Daryl Peach
Antonio Lining
Philippines
9 : 2
Philippines
Jomar De Ocampo
Mika Immonen
Finland
9 : 7
Netherlands
Nick van den Berg
Ruslan Chinakhov
Russia
9 : 5
Philippines
Elvis Calasang
Lee Van Corteza
Blank
9 : 7
Germany
Thomas Engert
Lee Hewen
China
9 : 8
China
Wang Ming
Darren Appleton
Great Britain
9 : 7
Sweden
Marcus Chamat
David Alcaide
Spain
9 : 6
Philippines
Dennis Orcullo


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Quarter Finals
Antonio Lining
Philippines
9 : 8
Philippines
Warren Kiamco
Mika Immonen
Finland
9 : 7
Russia
Ruslan Chinakov
Lee Van Corteza
Philippines
9 : 7
China
Le Hewen
David Alcaide
Spain
9 : 6
Great Britain
Darren Appleton


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Semi Finals
Mika Immonen
Finland
9 : 7
Philippines
Antonio Lining
Lee Van Corteza
Philippines
9 : 7
Spain
David Alcaide


The 2009 WPA World Ten Ball Championships
The Final
Mika Immonen
FInland
11 : 6
Philippines
Lee Van Corteza


2009 WORLD TEN BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
*NEW* TOTAL PRIZE FUND: $262,000
Winner x 1
$60,000-00
Runner-Up x 1
$30,000-00
Semi-Finalists x 2
$15,000-00
Quarter-Finalists x 4
$7,500-00
Last 16 Stage x 8
$4,000-00
Last 32 Stage x 16
$2,500-00
Last 64 Stage x 32
$1,000-00
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