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Last 64 Results from The Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge
 Posted on Friday, July 14 2006 @ 20:37:22 UTCby admin
9 Ball THE NORWEGIAN 9-BALL CHALLENGE 2006
ElbowRoom
Klingenberggaten 4
Oslo
Norway
Tel: (+47) 47 30 00 43
www.norwegian9ballchallenge.com
www.elbowroom.no
roy@elbowroom.no
Jan Ingvoldstad Photo Gallery - More photos added!!!

*** Update No.4 at 11:14 GMT 17 July 2006 ***

Wednesday-Saturday 12-15 July 2006



Live BETandWIN broadcasts from the last 64 matches in Norway!!!

The Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge has been narrowed down to the final 64 elite players who have survived the group stages.

The bookmakers must have really taken a beating after Sweden's Marcus "Napoleon" Chamat finished his 7 matches with the following unbelievable scores: 5-0, 5-0, 5-0, 5-0, 5-1, 5-1, 5-1.

On BetandWin.com you can bet on traditional bets like who will be the winner of the tournament, or who will win the match, but also make innovative bets like how many balls are sunk on the break, who will win the lag, or even if it will be a "Golden Break"!

"Read more" for the updating last 64 table.

Tournament Director Roy Steffenson said, "We have a very good Norwegian field here, I think Bjørn L'Orange will do very well. He is a good former European Champion and has played professional snooker back in 1997 with Drago and O'Sullivan. He can do good and although he has a tough draw, I think maybe he will win his upcoming matches".

Norway's Ronnie Oldervic vs. England's Raj Hundal will be a tough match too, according to Steffenson - both player's are highly respected for their abilities in their home countries.

The most dangerous man at the tournament is Tony Drago apparently, he is showing some REALLY good form and has won a legion of admirers on this trip to Norway, with his ultra-fast pace and "never miss" ability.

Even better, Drago will meet another ultra-fast paced Norwegian player in the last 32 stage on Saturday. Roger Lysholm has his own army of fans in Norway and will provide a full test of Drago's talent and determination.

Current "hot tips" for winning the tournament are Tony Drago, Niels Feijen, Mika Immonen and Bjørn L'Orange. Oliver Ortmann isn't actually playing particularly well, but he walked through his comparatively easy group without a hiccup - even his worst match he won with relative ease.

Sweden's Marcus Chamat, you would think, would be hot favourite for the whole event after finishing his 7 group stage matches with nearly a perfect clean sheet... Not bad for an alternate break tournament. (He only conceded 3 racks in 7 matches). But he crashed out in spectacular style when he was beaten by a relative newcomer to the international scene Kurt Maflin.

Maflin, from the host country Norway, has been hotly tipped by other players, was 7:3 down in his match with Chamat, but managed to claw his way back and win the match 9:8!

At hill-hill, Chamat missed a relatively easy shot on the one-ball, trying to get perfect position on the next ball, and in a rare display of "pique", Chamat lost his cool and "he went nuts" according to one spectator!

Visibly raging with himself, it was clear that he didn't want to speak to anyone after the match and he "stormed out" of the playing arena!

Maflin will meet Finland's Pauli Laakso in the final day's play in Oslo, at The Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge tomorrow, Saturday 15th July 2006.


Niels Feijen focuses intently on his next shot, at The Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge.
Picture courtesy of professional photographer Jan Ingvoldstad



UPDATE


Finland's Mika Immonen has won the first Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge in Oslo, 15 July 2006.

It was no surprise that it was a final between two former World 9 Ball Pool Champions in the tournament that attracted several of the best players in the world, among them Tony Drago, Niels Feijen, Raj Hundal, Jasmin Ouschan and Marcus Chamat!

In the final, Mika Immonen from Finland met the top player from Germany, Oliver Ortmann, but the balls didn't roll Ortmann's way and with Mika playing very well it ended 9 - 4 to Mika!

Bronze Medalists were Brian Beekers from Holland and Kurt Maflin from Norway.

The playing mode was race to five in the group stages followed by a single knockout race to 9 from the last 64 stage.

All the matches played on the TV Table on Friday and Saturday are available on the Norwegian TV channel TV2. http://webtv.tv2.no/webtv/main.do?treeId=2750

You will need to register for a small amount of 5 Euros, but then you have unlimited access and can watch all the matches over and over again till the end of September!


THE STATS



Mika Immonen from Finland - Norwegian 9 Ball Challenge Champion.
Picture courtesy of professional photographer Jan Ingvoldstad


The Entrants

Alexander Hagen, Norway
Øystein Haug, Norway
Christopher Koba, Sweden
Mikael Mutto, Sweden
Knut Kvaal Pedersen, Norway
Kjartan Maraas, Norway
Kim Soo Garmark, South Korea
Jan Keller, Denmark
Jan Erik Søraa, Norway
Malvin Bjelland, Norway
Jørgen Nilsen, Norway
Anita Rizzuti, Norway
Tom Bjerke, Norway
Timo Mäkelä, Finland
Tony Drago, Malta
Kevin Zarakani, Sweden
Roger Lysholm, Norway
Ruben André Waage, Norway
Henrik Herrebrøden, Norway
Henrik Ohlsson, Sweden
Morgan Cederstrøm, Sweden
Mohamed Obaid, U.A.E.
Joonas Ohtonen, Finland
Marcus Chamat, Sweden
Sondre Noraberg, Norway
Ola Johnsen, Norway
David Larsson, Sweden
Ronny Hansen, Norway
Tron Engebakk, Norway
Morten Skifjeld, Norway
Øzgür Simsek
Stig Dahl, Norway
Per Henrik Pedersen, Norway
Geir Fosse, Norway
Ali Nael, Norway
Bengt Lind, Sweden
Henrik Larsson, Sweden
Anthony Illingworth, UK
Katrine Jensen, Denmark
Line Kjørsvik, Norway
Stein Amundsen, Norway
Per Yngvar Hodnebrog, Norway
Hanni Al-Howri, U.A.E.
Petri Makkonen, Finland
Mohamed Al-Hosani, U.A.E.
Thomas Stadler, Sweden
Kahlil H. Avis, Norway
Jan R. Pedersen, Norway
Kenneth Rognstad, Norway
Egil Arne Sørensen, Norway
Kenneth Dagestad, Norway
Leif Loogna, Sweden
Pauli Laakso, Finland
Niels Feijen, Holland
Pål Hatteberg, Norway
Martine Christiansen, Norway
Johannes Tørresdal, Norway
Anders Westgaard, Norway
Courtney Symons, UK
Harri Suni, Finland
Bjørn Strandhus, Norway
Tommy Strøm, Norway
Fredrik Andersson, Sweden
Karl Lind, Sweden
Geir Allan Lande, Norway
Christian Laland, Norway
Roman Hybler, Chezk Republic
Bjørn L`Orange, Norway
Pål Morten Kristiansen, Norway
Per-Egil Fjell, Norway
Kenneth Bendiksen, Norway
Roy Flaate, Norway
Askild Hansen, Norway
Brian Beekers, Holland
Martin Havnvik, Norway
Stig Ringebo, Norway
Stein Inge Kvalvik, Norway
Roy Steffensen, Norway
Lars Harby, Norway
Navid Eslah, Norway
Valtteri Virtanen, Finland
Kurt Maflin, Norway
Christian Johannessen, Norway
Pål Filipsveen, Norway
Stig Olsen, Norway
Ronny Oldervik, Norway
Tuomas Riipinen, Finland
Lars Harald Riiber, Norway
Jan Terje Øyen, Norway
Arild Kråkvik, Norway
Trond Larsen, Norway
Oliver Ortmann, Germany
Kent Halldin, Sweden
Jorg Wilhelmi, Holland
Christoffer Magnusson, Sweden
Jason Hansen, Norway
Torunn Fosse, Norway
Rune Bratbergsengen, Norway
Rolf Jensen, Norway
Mats Schjetne, Norway
Tron Kenneth Eikeskog, Norway
Paddy Mc Loughlin, Ireland
Harald Zimmermann, Germany
Henrik Hagen, Norway
Petter Ødegaard, Norway
Lars Wibe, Norway
Matey Ullah, Norway
Mika Immonen, Finland
Kevin Uzzell, UK
Raj Hundal, UK
Martin Correia, Portugal
Jasmin Ouschan, Austria
Said Alavinasb, Norway
Joakim Haugen, Norway
Mubarak Al-Junaibi, U.A.E.
Mahmut Mutto, Sweden
Vesa-Ville Virtanen, Finland



THE LAST 64

Kurt Maflin

9 : 8

Marcus Chamat

Pauli Laakso

9 : 5

Harald Zimmermann

Kevin Zarakani

9 : 4

Pål Hatteberg

Roman Hybler

9 : 7

Rune Bratbergsengen

Morgan Cederstrøm

9 : 3

Stig Dahl

Henrik Larsson

9 : 7

Christian Laland

Joonas Ohtonen

9 : 8

Line Kjørsvik

Matey Ullah

9 : 5

Stein Inge Kvalvik

Oliver Ortmann

9 : 1

Roy Flaate

Valtteri Virtanen

9 : 3

Petri Makkonen

Christoffer Magnusson

9 : 8

Kevin Uzzell

Ola Johnsen

9 : 7

Courtney Symons

Knut Kvaal Pedersen

9 : 7

Vesa-Ville Virtanen

Paddy McLoughlin

9 : 6

Martin Havnvik

Tony Drago

9 : 2

Lars Harald Riiber

Roger Lysholm

9 : 4

Lars Harby

Niels Feijen

9 : 3

Tommy Strøm

Christian Johannessen

9 : 3

Allan Lande

Raj Hundal

9 : 6

Tuomas Riipinen

Ronny Oldervik

9 : 4

Per Henrik Pedersen

Askild Hansen

9 : 8

Leif Loogna

Bjørn L'Orange

9 : 5

David Larsson

Tron Engebakk

9 : 3

Harri Suni

Mika Immonen

9 : 1

Jørgen Nilsen

Mahmut Mutto

9 : 5

Malvin Bjelland

Jasmin Ouschan

9 : 4

Bengt Lind

Christopher Koba

9 : 2

Kenneth Rognstad

Kim Soo Garmark

9 : 5

Mohamed Al-Hosani

Jorg Wilhelmi

9 : 5

Per Y. Hodnebrog

Brian Beekers

9 : 5

Timo Mäkelä

Mikael Mutto

9 : 8

Joakim Haugen

Rolf Jensen

9 : 4

Anders Westgaard




THE LAST 32

Kurt Maflin

9 : 7

Pauli Laakso

Roman Hybler

9 : 2

Kevin Zarakani

Henrik Larsson

9 : 7

Morgan Cederstrøm

Joonas Ohtonen

9 : 7

Matey Ullah

Oliver Ortmann

9 : 4

Valtteri Virtanen

Christoffer Magnusson

9 : 4

Ola Johnsen

Paddy McLoughlin

9 : 2

Knut Kvaal Pedersen

Roger Lysholm

9 : 6

Tony Drago

Niels Feijen

9 : 6

Christian Johannessen

Raj Hundal

9 : 5

Ronny Oldervik

Bjørn L'Orange

9 : 4

Askild Hansen

Mika Immonen

9 : 3

Tron Engebakk

Jasmin Ouschan

9 : 7

Mahmut Mutto

Christopher Koba

9 : 4

Kim Soo Garmark

Brian Beekers

9 : 6

Jorg Wilhelmi

Mikael Mutto

9 : 8

Rolf Jensen




THE LAST 16

Kurt Maflin

9 : 4

Roman Hybler

Henrik Larsson

9 : 3

Joonas Ohtonen

Oliver Ortmann

9 : 6

Christoffer Magnusson

Roger Lysholm

9 : 6

Paddy McLoughlin

Raj Hundal

9 : 8

Niels Feijen

Mika Immonen

9 : 5

Bjørn L'Orange

Jasmin Ouschan

9 : 2

Christopher Koba

Brian Beekers

9 : 6

Mikael Mutto




THE QUARTER FINALS

Kurt Maflin

9 : 3

Henrik Larsson

Oliver Ortmann

9 : 3

Roger Lysholm

Mika Immonen

9 : 5

Raj Hundal

Brian Beekers

9 : 8

Jasmin Ouschan




THE SEMI FINALS

Oliver Ortmann

9 : 0

Kurt Maflin

Mika Immonen

9 : 8

Brian Beekers




CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Mika Immonen

9 : 4

Oliver Ortmann






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