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2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters - Orcollo is Champion
 Posted on Monday, May 17 2010 @ 09:29:47 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


2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Master - Dennis Orcollo.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Orcollo Beats ‘Unknown’ Kuribayashi for Title

OVER 750 players from around the world attempted to win the 2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters but in the end after five days of play at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, it was Dennis Orcollo of the Philippines who claimed the title and with it the $20,000 first prize.

He beat the relatively unknown 25 year-old Japanese player Toru Kuribayashi 8-3 in front of an enthusiastic Las Vegas crowd to cement his position of one of the world’s top players. For Kuribayashi it was a week of superb performances and his name will now be known throughout the pool world.

"I'm very happy and you can see the tears in my eyes. If I could fly in the sky then I would fly. This tournament is really hard to win but I made it and I'm really proud to have won this. It's my biggest win,” said a jubilant Orcollo.

"It was very difficult to play in the final as you try to not think that if you win this game then you are the champion. In the semi-final I wasn't feeling like that but in the final I had to tell myself to just try and control my emotion.





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2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Master - Dennis Orcollo.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

"If you can't stay in control of your emotions then you can't do anything and your mind goes blank. So I just controlled myself and continued my game right until the end,” he added.

Orcollo came through the double elimination stage of the competition with an opening win over Shaun Wilkie, then a 9-8 defeat to Marcus Chamat and then victory against Jasmine Ouschan to reach the last 32.

There he avenged his defeat to Chamat with a 9-7 win before beating Raj Hundal 8-1 in the last 16. John Morra (Canada) was his quarter final victim before beating compatriot Roberto Gomez in the semi-final.

Kuribayashi got off to the worst start to the event, losing to Charlie Williams in his opening match, but made his way through to the last 32 stages with wins over Ahmad Taufiq and Tony Drago. There he beat Taiwan’s Kuo Po Cheng before whitewashing Daryl Peach in the last 16.

The quarter-final saw him take revenge over Charlie Williams before disposing of Oliver Ortmann in the last four.

Both players greeted the crowd as they were introduced to the arena and Orcollo looked set to take the first but left a green 6 ball wobbling which cost him the rack and Kuribayashi broke and ran the second to go into a 2-0 lead.

Orcollo had ball in hand in the third and converted it well to get on the scoreboard before he made an error in the next as he scratched, playing a safety and Kuribayashi made him pay to lead 3-1.

Kuribayashi looked in good shape in the next but lack of pace on the cue ball meant his run broke down. They exchanged safeties on the pink 4 before an attempted bank from Kuribayashi failed and Orcollo ran the rack to get to 2-3.

There was ball in hand opportunity in the next for Orcollo as Kuribayashi scratched making a jump shot and the Filipino converted his chance to level things at 3-3.

Kuribayashi left the 3 ball hanging over the pocket after an attempted safety and Orcollo dished up to take the lead for the first time and increased his lead to 5-3 in the next with a break and run.

Orcollo began to find his groove in the ninth game as he ran out his second consecutive rack to put some space between himself and Kuribayashi as the score went to 6-3. More great play from Orcollo put him on the hill at 7-3.

In fitting style, Orcollo ran out what was the final rack to win 8-3 and claim the title of 2010 PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters champion.

"I was worried when I missed the 6 ball (in the first rack) and it was unexpected but sometimes that can happen.

"After that I knew he (Kuribayashi) would be feeling confident because I had made a mistake but I was still hoping to get another chance and get back some momentum.

"The tournament is short races and if you lose one rack you could then be out. It's a big difference to money games as if you lose a rack there then you have a chance of making a game again,” said Orcollo afterwards.

"In a money game it might not matter if you play badly at the beginning you can still recover but in a tournament if you start badly you may lose.

"This is great news for the Philippines and many people have followed this competition in my country and they will be celebrating. I would love to bring this competition to my country.”


Finalists: Dennis Orcollo - Philippines, and Toru Kuribayashi - Japan.
This photograph used with permission courtesy of Matchroom Sport / JP Parmentier

Wins for Gomez, Williams and Kuribayashi

Earlier, Orcollo had beaten compatriot Roberto ‘Superman’ Gomez 8-6 to secure his berth in the final. It was a high quality encounter and after 12 racks they were tied up at six apiece.

It was anyone’s but went in Orcollo’s favour as he edged the final two racks to make his second Matchroom Sport pool final, following his World Pool League victory in Poland in 2006.

In the other semi-final, Kuribayashi put on a display of shot-making and power breaking to beat Germany’s Oliver Ortmann. Playing fluently throughout, the young Japanese came with all the shots when required to seal an 8-3 win.

It was a great performance from Ortmann though in reaching the semi-finals and he is still a force to be reckoned with on a major stage.

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 - Masters Goes to Final Four





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

Two Filipinos, a German and a Japanese Vying for Title

64 CAME but only four remain as the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas reaches its conclusion tonight with two semi-finals and the final.

The first is an all-Pinoy affair between Dennis Orcollo and Roberto Gomez, while the other features two players who won through to Vegas via the Masters extensive qualifying system – Germany’s Oliver Ortmann and Toru Kuribayashi of Japan.

In the first match of the afternoon session, Roberto Gomez established a 6-1 lead over Ralf Souquet with some free-wheeling break and run pool. An illegal break from Souquet in the third game when the score stood at 1-1 cost him dearly as Gomez took the score to 4-1 without his opponent leaving his chair.

That soon moved to 6-1 before Souquet got back into it, winning the next two to take the score to 3-6. The German was running out in the next but ran out of position going from 8 to 9 and a tentative attempt with the rest left the 9 hanging and Gomez moved to the hill at 7-4.

Souquet won a couple more but it was Gomez match as won the 13th game to reach the semi-final where he faces Dennis Orcollo.

"I'm so happy to win as I've beaten the best player here. He is the best player because he is so consistent. He never changes as I was on seven racks but he was always there.

"He's as scary an opponent as you can get as he has a poker face but I really feel good to win.

"Dennis Orcollo is very tough but if I can play well then I can beat anyone. I normally beat Dennis but in money games he gives me a little weight. But in tournaments we've played four times and I've won three times and he has won once."

The second match saw young Japanese lad Toru Kuribayashi continue on his fairy tale run in Vegas. He qualified for this event in March in Yokohama, Japan and has never before competed on the international stage.

His opponent Charlie Williams put in a dogged performance but Kuribayashi’s break was always his most potent weapon as he took the match 8-6.

That was also the scoreline in the final match of the session as 2004 Masters runner-up Oliver Ortmann won the all German battle against two-time Masters winner Thomas Engert. Again, it was a close fought encounter but the veteran Ortmann, who won the final two racks to win by an 8-6 scoreline.

"We both didn't play well. When I was up 3-1 I missed an easy ball and I thought that might change the whole match. He came back to 3-3 and it was a totally new match.

"It was my worst match of the tournament but I can be happy that I won.

"I'm in the semi-final and I will try to not think about the past. You have good and bad matches but playing in the semi-finals of the World Pool Masters is a dream and I will try to do my best.

"Sometimes it's better if you have a bad match coming up for the semi-finals instead of having a good match before.

"I'm just trying to concentrate on my own game. Every day the confidence is different and the feeling of the body is different so I hope tonight will change a bit."

Play continues this evening with the two semi-finals followed by the final. All matches are race to 8, winner breaks.



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
Roberto Gomez
Philippines
8 : 5
Germany
Ralf Souquet
Toru Kuribayashi
JAPAN
8 : 3
USA
Charlie Williams
Oliver Ortmann
Germany
8 : 6
Germany
Thomas Engert


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE SEMI-FINALS
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
8 : 6
Philippines
Roberto Gomez
Toru Kuribayashi
Japan
8 : 3
Germany
Oliver Ortmann


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD POOL MASTERS
THE FINAL
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
8 : 3
Japan
Toru Kuribayashi






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