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2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters - Last 16 Underway at Riv
 Posted on Saturday, May 15 2010 @ 06:38:28 UTCby admin
9 Ball PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters 2010
Riviera Hotel & Casino
2901 Las Vegas Blvd, South
Las Vegas,
Nevada 8910909
USA
www.partypoker.net
www.matchroompool.com/page/WorldPoolMasters/Score - Live scoring.
www.matchroompool.com/page/WorldPoolMasters/Home - Live text commentary.

Wednesday-Sunday 12-16 May 2010


The Philippine's Dennis Orcollo in action in Las Vegas.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Wins for Souquet, Orcollo and Morra

THE FIRST THREE TV games took place on Friday evening at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas as the round of 16 got underway in the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters. From a starting line up of 64 players, there are just 13 left as Dennis Orcollo, John Morra and Ralf Souquet won through.

In the opening match of the last 16, Filipino Dennis Orcollo made light work of Raj Hundal (India), going through to the quarter finals by an 8-1 scoreline. Hundal, who looked composed as he negotiated his way through the opening two rounds, made too many mistakes for a player of Orcollo’s obvious calibre.





"Read More..." for the details.


Raj Hundal - India.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Hundal’s safety game wasn’t tight enough to contain Orcollo and the sharp-shooting Pinoy completed four break and runs as he ran away with the match.

‘It was a great! I had a break in the first game as Hundal missed a ball. That was my chance and I took it. I always think I’m going to win the competition, but there’s a lot of top players here,” said Orcollo.


John Morra - Canada.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

The second game of the evening was a nervy affair as up-and-coming Canadian talent John Morra put paid to John Schmidt’s World Pool Masters hopes, winning through by an 8-4 margin. Morra can look forward to a quarter-final match-up against Dennis Orcollo.

It was a scrappy encounter with both players making errors, but Morra rode his luck to pull away after leading 5-1.

"I played pretty well for most of the match but was difficult to get used to the TV table as it was very different to the tables we've been playing on,” said Morra.

"But I feel good about my game and got a couple of rolls which helped but John's a great player so that's a great win.

"The shot clock was difficult and I got called up on it and wasn't sure about the rule. I'm going to have to use my extensions better and I have them for a reason.

"Dennis is one of my favourite players. I've played him once in an event in Virginia three years ago and beat him 9-2. He won the tournament but I beat him on the winner’s side.

"I feel really good but tomorrow is a whole new day and I hope I can play better. I did make mistakes and need to step it up a notch to beat Dennis."


Ralf Souquet - Germany.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

In the final match of the evening, five times Masters champ, Ralf Souquet had just enough to stay ahead and close out Indonesia’s Ricky Yang in a tough encounter.

Souquet opened up a big lead but the dogged Yang, now emerging as one of Asia’s premier players, came back at him. Souquet though, held him off for the win.

"It's always good when there's a W next to your name but this was not the best performance at this event, but as long as I reach eight first then I'm happy.

"I started off well but I missed a stupid one ball in the side when it was 4-1 and from that point I let it slip away and made a few more mistakes.

"The shot clock kept bothering me as we hadn't played with it earlier and when you play ten tournaments without it, it can be difficult.

"Ricky Yang is a very good player and was expecting a close match and he won the Philippine Open and is well known so I wasn't expecting an easy one."

Play continues tomorrow.


Ricky Yang - Indonesia, and Ralf Souquet - Germany.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Dennis Orcollo - Philippines.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



John Morra - Canada.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Saturday Afternoon’s Matches

Roberto Gomez (PHI) v Jayson Shaw (SCO)
Naoyuki Oi (JAP) v Charlie Williams (USA)
Daryl Peach (ENG) v Toru Kuribayashi (JAP)

After 17 years as a 16-player invitational competition, the Masters, one of the longest established tournaments in pool, is now a 64 player event and takes place over five days instead of three.

Working in conjunction with Cuesports International, the Masters takes place during the annual BCA National 8-Ball Championships, which sees thousands of players and fans flock to the Riviera for a lengthy festival of pool.

Television is produced by Matchroom Sport and will be seen as 15 x one hour programmes in 14 countries around the world with more to be added to the list.

The prize fund is set at a guaranteed $100,000 with $20,000 going to the eventual champion.




2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters - Down to Last 16





Scotland's Jayson Shaw in action in Las Vegas.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Event Moves to TV Arena Tonight

KNOCK OUT ACTION continued at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas as the last 32 players in the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters became just 16 as the event prepared to move to the single table TV setting.

With players eliminated in the first two days of competition reading like a who’s who of pool, there are still a host of big names left in the event, a testimony to the immense strength of the field.

Defending champion Darren Appleton saw his hopes of a repeat win dashed as Germany’s seasoned veteran Oliver Ortmann overturned large deficits coming from 7-4 down to take their match 9-7 and set up a last 16 clash with countryman Thorsten Hohmann, who had earlier beaten remaining Dutch hope Niels Feijen.

“I played pretty well and got a bit lucky. I broke very well though and I’m pleased to progress,” said Ortmann.

Young Scotsman Jayson Shaw, a 21 year-old from Glasgow, continued his giant killing act as he dumped Dennis Hatch out of the competition to set up a last 16 clash with Roberto Gomez who had earlier beaten Huidji See of Holland.

"Reaching the last 16 is probably my greatest achievement in pool. I've played in the IPT but this had topped it,” said Shaw.

"I've been playing pretty good and won a few things at 9-ball so I thought if I get my chances I can take them. I'm just as good as anybody when I get among the balls.

"A lot of people didn't know me but I've beaten Lee Van Corteza and Dennis Hatch, the MVP at the Mosconi Cup so I'm just over the moon."

Winning his second consecutive hill-hill match, Floridian John Schmidt, the 2006 US Open Champion moves onto the last 16 where he plays John Morra. After Lee Van Corteza yesterday it was Jason Klatt of Canada who fell at the final hurdle.

"It was very tough. I lost my break the entire set apart from the last game. Jason was hooking me and running out so he played great. I haven't figured out the break at all.

"This is one of the toughest tournaments I've ever been in and I've seen eight world champions not even get into the money stage.

"The way I'm breaking I don't like my chances and maybe that will change but I will have to go with the cut break," said Schmidt.

The first match to be played in the last 16 this evening features 2005 champion Raj Hundal against the Philippines highly dangerous Dennis Orcollo. Hundal defeated Ernesto Dominguez while Orcollo put paid to Marcus Chamat’s hopes.

"It's tough for everyone and you saw that in the qualifiers where you had Mika v Ralf and that's normally a semi-final,” said Hundal.

"You have great players everywhere and there's not a soft draw. Even the lady players are capable of beating everyone so for me this is the tougher than a World Championship.

"A lot of great players went out 2-0 so to get into the last 16 is an achievement. I've playing better than ever, am focused and coming in off a good win in Sweden so I know what heart it takes.”

Still reigning World 9 Ball Champion Daryl Peach came through after beating countryman and World 8 Ball winner Karl Boyes by 9-4. Both players hail from Blackpool, England it Peach now faces Japanese qualifier Toru Kuribayashi.

"It was a big match for both of us and it was a mega tough field and a tough draw with a fellow Englishman,” said Peach.

"So there was a bit of added pressure and you try to block it out but sometimes you can't. I can definitely win and at the end of the day I've won the World Championship. I've also won two out of four on the Euro Tour and won two out of two GB9 events.

"I've beaten Efren Reyes 9-6 to qualify for the last 32 and now the wheels are starting to turn,” added an ominous sounding Peach.

Rodney Morris looks to be finding a gear as he defeated England’s solid Mark Gray but he will have his work cut out in the last 16 as he faces two-time Masters Champion Thomas Engert who eliminated Johnny Archer from the competition.

“It was a horrible match! Normally if I had these chances I would've lead 5-0 but it was only 3-2. I missed so many chances but then I played a bit better but I was struggling but that's what you have to do to get into the tournament.

"I'm happy to be there in the last 16 and it was a good result but it should've been more. I practise a lot at home but in the last year I haven't played many tournaments.

"I have to play more matches and tournaments but I'm fighting hard."


Dennis Orcollo - Philippines.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Daryl Peach - Great Britain.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Raj Hundal - India.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



John Morra - Canada.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Action from the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters in Las Vegas.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Friday Night Last 16 Matches

Raj Hundal (IND) v Dennis Orcollo (PHI)
John Morra (CAN) v John Schmidt (USA)
Ricky Yang (INA) v Ralf Souquet (GER)

After 17 years as a 16-player invitational competition, the Masters, one of the longest established tournaments in pool, is now a 64 player event and takes place over five days instead of three.

Working in conjunction with Cuesports International, the Masters takes place during the annual BCA National 8-Ball Championships, which sees thousands of players and fans flock to the Riviera for a lengthy festival of pool.

Television is produced by Matchroom Sport and will be seen as 15 x one hour programmes in 14 countries around the world with more to be added to the list.

The prize fund is set at a guaranteed $100,000 with $20,000 going to the eventual champion.



2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
GROUP 1GROUP 2
A    RAJ HUNDAL    IND
B    SHANE VAN BOENING    USA
C    RAFAEL MARTINEZ    USA
D    COREY DEUEL    USA
E    JASON KLATT    CAN
F    DAVID GRAU    USA
G    EVGENI NOVOSAD    UKR
H    GA YOUNG KIM    KOR
A    ROBERTO GOMEZ    PHI
B    KO PIN-YI    TPE
C    OSCAR DOMINGUEZ    USA
D    NIELS FEIJEN    NED
E    HUIDJI SEE    NED
F    KUO PO CHENG    TPE
G    ALLISON FISHER    ENG
H    EARL STRICKLAND    USA
GROUP 3GROUP 4
A    EFREN REYES    PHI
B    DARYL PEACH    ENG
C    DENNIS HATCH    USA
D    THORSTEN HOHMANN    GER
E    RADOSLAW BABICA    POL
F    TRON ENGEBAKK    NOR
G    JOHN MORRA    CAN
H    DAVID ALCAIDE    ESP
A    RONNIE ALCANO    PHI
B    OLIVER ORTMANN    GER
C    MARK GRAY    ENG
D    FRANCISCO BUSTAMANTE    PHI
E    DO HONG QUAN    VIE
F    NAOYUKI OI    JPN
G    BEN NUNAN    AUS
H    TYLER EDEY    CAN
GROUP 5GROUP 6
A    RICKY YANG    INA
B    DENNIS ORCOLLO    PHI
C    MARCUS CHAMAT    SWE
D    DARREN APPLETON    ENG
E    YU RAM CHA    KOR
F    MANNY CHAU    PER
G    SHAUN WILKIE    USA
H    JASMIN OUSCHAN    AUT
A    JOHNNY ARCHER    USA
B    LEE VAN CORTEZA    PHI
C    JOHN SCHMIDT    USA
D    RODNEY MORRIS    USA
E    JAYSON SHAW    SCO
F    NOEL BRUYNOOGHE    BEL
G    CARLOS CABELLO    ESP
H    NEIL CUMMINS    ENG
GROUP 7GROUP 8
A    IMRAN MAJID    ENG
B    CHARLIE WILLIAMS    USA
C    THOMAS ENGERT    GER
D    TONY DRAGO     MLT
E    KEVIN UZZELL    ENG
F    AHMAD TAUFIQ    BRU
G    TORU KURIBAYASHI    JPN
H    STEVIE MOORE    USA
A    KAREN CORR    IRE
B    RALF SOUQUET    GER
C    KARL BOYES    ENG
D    MIKA IMMONEN    FIN
E    LO HI-WEN    TPE
F    ERNESTO DOMINGUEZ    USA
G    MAX EBERLE    USA
H    BARTOSZ ROZWADOWSKI    POL
Group Format: Double elimination, top four players in each group proceed to the Last 32 Single Elimination Final Round




2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE LAST 32 RESULTS
Raj Hundal
India
9 : 6
USA
Ernesto Domingues
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
9 : 7
Sweden
Marcus Chamat
John Morra
Canada
9 : 7
Mexico
Rafael Martinez
John Schmidt
USA
9 : 8
Canada
Jason Klatt
Ricky Yang
Indonesia
9 : 8
USA
Stevie Moore
Ralf Souquet
Germany
9 : 7
Vietnam
Do Hoang Quan
Jayson Shaw
Scotland
9 : 5
USA
Dennis Hatch
Roberto Gomez
Philippines
9 : 4
Netherlands
Huidji See
Naoyuki Oi
Japan
9 : 5
Ukraine
Evgeni Novosad
Charlie Williams
USA
9 : 8
Taiwan
Lo Li-Wen
Daryl Peach
Great Britain
9 : 4
Great Britain
Karl Boyes
Toru Kuribayashi
Japan
9 : 3
Taiwan
Kuo Po Cheng
Rodney Morris
USA
9 : 7
Great Britain
Mark Gray
Thomas Engert
Germany
9 : 6
USA
Johnny Archer
Oliver Ortmann
Germany
9 : 7
Great Britain
Darren Appleton
Thorsten Hohmann
Germany
9 : 5
Netherlands
Niels Feijen


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE LAST 16 RESULTS
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
8 : 1
India
Raj Hundal
John Morra
Canada
8 : 4
USA
John Schmidt
Ralf Souquet
Germany
8 : 6
Indonesia
Ralf Souquet
Jayson Shaw
Scotland
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Roberto Gomez
Nayuki Oi
Japan
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USA
Charlie Williams
Daryl Peach
Great Britain
-vs-
Japan
Toru Kuribayashi
Rodney Morris
USA
-vs-
Germany
Thomas Engert
Oliver Ortmann
Germany
-vs-
Germany
Thorsten Hohmann


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE QUARTER-FINALS
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