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2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters - Masters Moves to Final Day
 Posted on Sunday, May 16 2010 @ 06:23:32 UTCby admin
9 Ball PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters 2010
Riviera Hotel & Casino
2901 Las Vegas Blvd, South
Las Vegas,
Nevada 8910909
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www.matchroompool.com/page/WorldPoolMasters/Score - Live scoring.
www.matchroompool.com/page/WorldPoolMasters/Home - Live text commentary.

Wednesday-Sunday 12-16 May 2010


Germany's Oliver Ortmann and Thorsten Hohmann start their Last 16 match.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Orcollo First Man Through to Semis

ACTION CONTINUED at the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas as the final two quarter-finalists were determined and Dennis Orcollo became the first player to reach the semi-finals.

The standard of play was high throughout and in the opening match of the evening, Thomas Engert defeated Rodney Morris 8-5 to leave Charlie Williams the sole remaining US hope in the event. Engert, a two-time winner of this event in 2004 and 2007, clearly has the Masters mojo as he looked very comfortable throughout.

"That was the first time I've played well in this tournament. I broke well and the balls were on my side,” said Engert.





"Read More..." for the details.

"Sometimes it wasn't easy to run out - it's never easy to run out against Rodney - but I took my chances. It was a good match for both of us.

"Last year I played maybe seven or eight tournaments and that's not enough. But now I'm playing on the Euro Tour and here and getting some momentum.

"Every time I play I feel better at the table and felt much better than at the first match. I'm not thinking about winning it yet. Everyone wants to win and in pool you have to wait for your chances."

There was another guaranteed German in the quarter-finals as former World Champions Oliver Ortmann and Thorsten Hohmann squared off and it was 1996 WPC champ Ortmann who proved superior.

It was an excellent show from Ortmann who came from 4-1 down to complete an outstanding 8-6 victory.

"I didn't do anything wrong but I was down 2-1 and then 4-1, but I just tried to concentrate on my own game and I was playing ok so that was the point of the match. I took my chances and was happy to do so,” said Ortmann.

"At the end of the day the victory was right as I was playing good and he was a bit lucky.

"I'm focused and feeling pretty confident. I'm just trying to do what I can and I feel really confident at the moment.

"I've played well against Darren Appleton, well against Bustamante and well here and I definitely have a chance to win the tournament.

"Thomas Engert played great against Rodney Morris so it's going to be a tough match but I think I will have my chances."

In the final match of the evening, Dennis Orcollo continued his rich vein of form as he overcame Canada’s John Morra 8-3 to book his semi-final spot.

Morra didn’t have that many opportunities but Orcollo will be hard to stop as he chases his first Masters crown.

"I played really well and I did everything. I won the first four games and I felt comfortable every time as I always had a shot. I had a lot of chances to clinch the game so I did.

"It was the same type of performance as in the other matches - I didn't change my game so the momentum was always there. I was always thinking positively and my mind was focused.

"The competition is really great and the World Pool Masters is a wonderful event with so many top players so it's been very hard to go into the semi-finals."

Play continues on Sunday afternoon.


Oliver Ortmann - Germany.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Oliver Ortmann - Germany.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier




2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters - Action Hots Up





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

Wins for Gomez, Williams and Kuribayashi

THERE WERE THREE further Round 3 matches at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas as the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters reached its penultimate day. With all-round play rising to a high standard, there were wins for Charlie Williams, Roberto Gomez and Toru Kuribayashi.

In the opening game, Scottish qualifier Jayson Shaw made a few too many mistakes for a player of Roberto Gomez’s standard and the Filipino joins compatriot Dennis Orcollo in the quarter-finals.

Shaw lost the initiative in the third game as he made an elementary error going from 6 to the 8, as he left the cue ball behind the 9 ball. That handed the rack to Gomez for 2-1 and another shocker, scratching when the run out was elementary. It was a choker for the young Scot as Gomez increased his lead to 3-1.

A run out in the next increased his lead, but Gomez tried a Bustamante-style ‘behind the back’ shot instead of using the bridge and completely miscued. He made contact with the 6 ball but failed to reach a rail.

With ball in hand, Shaw took full advantage and he ran the next following a decent break to get to within one rack of Gomez at 4-3. A missed pink 4 down the rail, though down the rail, let the Filipino back in and he increased his lead to 5-3.

From there it was all Gomez as he took the last three racks to seal the win and move into the quarter-finals where he faces a tough one in Ralf Souquet.

"I played good - maybe I would give myself seven or eight out of ten. My shot (behind the back that caused a ) it happened at exactly the same time as the shot clock warning bell ringing and I just hit it badly,” said Gomez.

"But I just forget about everything I had done wrong as it would destroy your game if you are thinking about your mistakes.

"He had a lot of chance but missed them and that gave me courage to grab the chances. Playing Ralf Souquet will be a great match and I have to prepare well. I've played him once in Taiwan and I won.

"But everyone is confident of winning this tournament and everyone here is a master."

In the second match of the afternoon, Charlie Williams looked the business as disposed of entertaining Japanese player Naoyuki Oi, coming from 4-1 down to win 8-5.

Having been used to race to 9 matches in the first two rounds, Williams assumed that this match was race to 9 also and returned to his chair after potting what was the case 9 ball.

Referee Nigel Rees had to tell the American that he had indeed won the match, much to his pleasure.

"That was a big win for me and I'm pleased to get in the last eight. Now I'm in the championship ring and it looks a bit easier,” said Williams.

"Oi is a very aggressive player so I knew he would come at me. I thought I had got here early enough to practise but I didn't so I hadn't hit one ball in practise today.

"The first shot I hit was actually in the game and it showed as I made some early mistakes but it's my fault as I should've been here at 2pm.

"At 4-1 Oi was playing good but I didn't give up and just tried to work it back one frame at a time.

"Being 4-1 down it wasn't looking good at all but I figured out the break quicker that he did and that gave me some momentum.

"At the end I didn't know it was a race to eight. Nigel looked at me and someone jumped up and I thought I'd committed a foul!"

In the final match of the afternoon, Japanese qualifier Toru Kuribayashi looked a million dollars as he mastered the break superbly to record an 8-0 whitewash over England’s Daryl Peach.

Making two and three balls at a time and leaving easy run outs, Kuribayashi left Peach seated for most of the match and the young Japanese looks a massive dark horse for the title. He now plays Charlie Williams in the next round.

“I played really well and I am really happy with my performance. If I keep playing like that then I know I can win the tournament,” said the Japanese.

Play continues this evening.

Saturday Evening Matches

Round Three
Rodney Morris (USA) v Thomas Engert (GER)
Oliver Ortmann (GER) v Thorsten Hohmann (GER)

Quarter-Final
Dennis Orcollo (PHI) v John Morra (CAN)

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.


Charlie Williams - USA, watched by referee Nigel Rees.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier



Action from Las Vegas.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier




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
Ricky Yang
Roberto Gomez
Philippines
8 : 3
Scotland
Jayson Shaw
Charlie Williams
USA
8 : 5
Japan
Naoyuki Oi
Toru Kuribayashi
Japan
8 : 0
Great Britain
Daryl Peach
Thomas Engert
Germany
8 : 5
USA
Rodney Morris
Oliver Ortmann
Germany
8 : 6
Germany
Thorsten Hohmann


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE QUARTER-FINALS
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
8 : 3
Canada
John Morra
Ralf Souquet
Germany
-vs-
Philippines
Roberto Gomez
Charlie Williams
USA
-vs-
Japan
Toru Kuribayashi
Thomas Engert
Germany
-vs-
Germany
Oliver Ortmann


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE SEMI-FINALS
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
-vs-
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WORLD POOL MASTERS
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