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2010 PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool - Day 1 Results
 Posted on Tuesday, September 07 2010 @ 10:46:28 UTCby admin
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Tuesday-Sunday 7-12 September 2010


Team Philippines A - Efren Reyes with Referee Michaela Tabb .

Philippines Put Thailand Lights Out - Souquet & Ortmann March on

BUOYED on by a massive crowd at Robinsons Place Mall in Manila, defending PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool champions, Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante overcame a false start and a 15 minute power cut to extinguish Thai hopes and move into the next round where they will face Indonesia.

Expectations were high from the immense crowd inside the venue, estimated at over 2,000, and the atmosphere was incredible.

Bustamante broke off and made an illegal break but before the rack could be completed the power in the arena went and the players were forced to sit in their chair for a quarter of an hour while it was restored.

The Thais cleared the table and broke and ran the next to silence the crowd. The Filipino duo looked slightly apprehensive under the huge pressure of the crowd, but they took the next two racks to ease the pain.

The reigning champs then settled into it and took the next three racks to put the pressure firmly back on the Thais. Nerves crept in as the home team took the next to send the crowd wild.

Another illegal break from the Philippines in the next gave the Thais the rack but that was their last contribution to the match as the champions took the next three racks to make it through to the next round and set up an all-South East Asia clash with Indonesia.

"It was very difficult as they had us 2-0 in a race to eight. We thought it was alternate break but it was winners' break and we didn't know that!’ said Bustamante.

"My partner played great and without Efren we wouldn't have won the match. My break wasn't good and this was a surprise as Efren always wants me to break every time but I never made a ball on the break.

"We always try whoever we play but everyone here is a good player. I've played the Indonesian players in tournaments but never in doubles. If my partner plays like that again then we will win,” he added.





"Read More..." for the full details.


Team Germany's Oliver Ortmann and Ralf Souquet celebrate victory over Team Hong Kong

DESPITE having the reputation of not being the best of friends, the German axis of Ralf Souquet and Oliver Ortmann looked comfortable enough in each other’s company as they overcame the early hiccup to defeat Hong Kong 8-4 in the opening round of the PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool.

The Hong Kong pair of Kenny Kwok and Lee Chenman was beaten 8-0 in the corresponding fixture at last year’s event so knew they had nothing to lose. However, at 2-0 down the Chinese duo must have had that sinking feeling.

However, two racks later they were all square and when Ortmann missed jacking up on the 2 ball, Hong Kong found themselves in the lead for the first time. That moved to 4-2 when the German ended up in an unlucky snooker and failed to escape to hand their opponents ball in hand.

That though, was to be Hong Kong’s last hurrah. A dry break started the rot in rack seven and then a scratch in the next levelled things up. Not looking their best, the Germans still had too much for their opponents as they negotiated the final racks for an 8-4 win.

"It was a game of two halves; we had a good run in the first half but I had a dry break when we were 4-2 up and that was the turning point,’ said a disappointed Chenman.

"Everything they did wrong, which wasn't much, they got away with. It was a tough draw and they're one of the favourites to win.

"Last year we played them and lost and they got to the final and should've won it. I'm sure they will go far again this year."

Germany now faces Russia in the last 16.

With 32 teams representing 31 countries – home nation Philippines has two sides in the competition – the World Cup of Pool sees the gathering of some of the most decorated stars of the pool firmament. The event is taking place at Robinsons Place, in Ermita, Manila.

With a total purse of $250,000, the winning pair split $60,000 between them while first round losers are guaranteed $1,500 each. All the action will be carried live on Solar Sports in The Philippines and other broadcasters across the region.



DAY 1 - SESSION 2 - PARTYPOKER.NET WORLD CUP OF POOL 2010




Team Italy's Bruno Muratore in action watched by Korea's Ga Young Kim & Yu Ram Cha .

Italy Beat Koreans Girls in Thriller - Chinese Duo Power Through

THE SECOND MATCH of the second session was a thriller as Italy’s Fabio Petroni and Bruno Muratore edged out the girl power duo of Yu Ram Cha and Ga Young Kim by 8-6, in front of over 1,000 people.

"The crowd here in the Philippines is the best in the world - it's like a soccer crowd in Italy or Brazil. Here everyone knows me as a player but in Italy only my mother and father recognise me!

"It was very difficult for us and I knew they were strong. We know pool and knew we would have to be lucky and play very good. For me the women are very tough, just like the men. Jasmin Ouschan plays better than me.

"I'm very happy we won and we played good. We've played pool for 15 years so we know the game and if we play well and get lucky then we can beat Efren and Francisco who are the best in the world."

There were mistakes as well as quality play from both sides and at 6-6, the match was anyone’s. Both teams made mistakes in the 13th rack but it was Muratore who saved the day for Italy as he bagged a tricky 9 ball to get them to the hill.

Petroni, though, made a dry break in the next but the Koreans came unstuck on the 2 ball as Italy wrapped it up for the win.


Team China's Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen celebrate their victory over Team Belgium.

CHINA, winners of the PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool back in 2007, made light work of Belgium as they booked their second round spot with a comfortable 8-2 win.

The pairing of Fu Jianbo and Li Hewen cut contrasting figures at the table but their doubles play is second to none and they look in shape to have another go at winning pool’s most coveted team title.

There are six first round matches per day and all matches are played in a single table arena with 400 seats and literally thousands more looking from the expansive balconies at Robinson Place.

The Belgian pair of Noel Bruynooghe and Serge Das has had their share of glory moments in the World Cup and they won a qualifying event in Europe to book their spot in Manila. However, they never had a chance to settle as the Chinese twosome ran away with the match.

They now face Italy in the second round and will be a tough prospect for anyone.



DAY 1 - SESSION 1 - PARTYPOKER.NET WORLD CUP OF POOL 2010




Team Indonesia's Muhammad Zulfikri in action while Team India watch.

India Blow Great Chance - Russia is First Team Through

India will rue the missed opportunities as they blew leads of 5-0 and 6-2 in the second match of the first session, to get dumped out of the competition 7-8 at the hands of Indonesia.

The Indonesian pair of Muhammad Zulfikri and Ricky Yang looked out of sorts in the early stages as Raj Hundal and Dharminder Singh Lilly got the better of the exchanges as their confidence grew.

At 5-0 to the good, the Indians looked in full control of proceedings but Indonesia took the next two before wasting chances in the ninth game and India moved into a great 6-2 lead.

Mistakes came from both sides but the Indonesian’s who looked dead and buried earlier appear to be in the ascendancy as they steal four racks on the spin to level the match at 6-6 and leave their opponents reeling.

A scratch from Zulfikri gave India the chance they were looking for and they moved to the hill and broke for the match. A poor safety from Lilly though left the ball on for Indonesia and that enabled them to level the match at 7-7.

India still had a chance but Hundal ran out of position going from 7 to 8 and Lilly’s bank shot fails and leaves the 8 ball hanging over the pocket to hand victory to Yang and Zulfikri.


Russia's Konstantin Stepanov shoots, under the watchful eye of referee Nigel Rees.

PLAY got underway at the fifth annual PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool at Robinsons Place Mall in Ermita, Manila as 64 of the best players on the planet gathered to do battle for the $250,000 prize fund.

All first round matches are race to eight, winners break and the Russian pair of Ruslan Chinakhov and Konstantin Stepanov, making their fourth appearance together in this event, recorded an outstanding come-from-behind win to eliminate Canada from the competition.

The Canadians – Jason Klatt and John Morra – had looked solid in the early stages as they raced into a 4-0 lead. A mistake from Klatt though, as he missed a banked five ball onto the centre pocket, allowed the Russians to take their first rack of the match and the comeback was on.

They took the next two to get to 3-4 before Klatt suffered the misfortune of having a foul called on him by referee Nigel Rees when his shirt touched a ball whilst cueing. Russia didn’t hesitate and squared the match at 4-4.

It was the turning point in the game, as Canada failed to stem the Russian tide as Stepanov and Chinakhov won the next four racks to ease themselves into the last 16.

‘We were so nervous at the beginning and they played well. But we were just waiting for a mistake, they made one and we took two racks,’ said Stepanov after the match.

"We gave them the play again but they didn't take it and made a stupid foul (when Klatt's shirt touched a ball) and that was the main moment of the match.

‘We could play Germany and that will be a really tough match if they beat Hong Kong. The German team is really special and Ralf is a brilliant team player. But their relationship is not perfect and I don't know how comfortable they feel so we will see what happens,’ he added.

With 32 teams representing 31 countries – home nation Philippines has two sides in the competition – the World Cup of Pool sees the gathering of some of the most decorated stars of the pool firmament.

With a total purse of $250,000, the winning pair split $60,000 between them while first round losers are guaranteed $1,500 each. All the action will be carried live on Solar Sports in The Philippines and other broadcasters across the region.



2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE LAST 32
Philippines A (1)
8 : 4
Thailand
Indonesia (16)
8 : 7
India
China (8 )
8 : 2
Belgium
Italy (9)
8 : 6
Korea
Germany (5)
8 : 3
Hong Kong
Canada (12)
4 : 8
Russia
England (4)
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France (13)
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Australia
Philippines B (3)
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Croatia
Spain (14)
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Vietnam
Holland (6)
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Austria
Finland (11)
-vs-
Singapore
Taiwan (7)
-vs-
Malaysia
Japan (10)
-vs-
Slovenia
USA (2)
-vs-
Sweden
Poland (15)
-vs-
Malta


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WORLD CUP OF POOL
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2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
MATCH SCHEDULE
Tuesday September 7
Round 1 – race to 8

12.00 noon
Canada v Russia
Indonesia v India

3.00 pm
China v Belgium
Italy v Korea

6.00 pm
Germany v Hong Kong
Philippines A v Thailand
Wednesday September 8
Round 1 – race to 8

12.00 noon
England v Qatar
France v Australia

3.00 pm
Japan v Slovenia
Poland v Malta

6.00 pm
Taiwan v Malaysia
Philippines B v Croatia
Thursday September 9
Round 1 & 2– race to 8

12.00 noon
Holland v Austria
Finland v Singapore

3.00 pm
USA v Sweden
Spain v Vietnam

6.00 pm
Taiwan/Malaysia v Japan/Slovenia
Philippines A/Thailand v Indonesia/India
Friday September 10
Round 2 – race to 8

12.00 noon
Germany/H Kong v Canada/Russia
England/Qatar v France/Australia

3.00 pm
China/Belgium v Italy/Korea
Holland/Austria v Finland/Singapore

6.00 pm
USA/Sweden v Poland/Malta
Philippines B/Croatia v Spain/Vietnam
Saturday September 11
Quarter Finals – race to 9

2.00 pm
Quarter Final
Quarter Final

6.00 pm
Quarter Final
Quarter Final
Sunday September 12
Semi Finals – race to 9

1.00 pm
Semi Final 1
Semi Final 2

6.00 pm
Final - race to 10
Final


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE PRIZE FUND
Winners:US$60,000 x 1
Runners Up:US$30,000 x 1
Semi-Finalists:US$16,000 x 2
Quarter-Finalists:US$10,000 x 4
Last 16:US$5,000 x 8
Last 32:US$3,000 x 16
Total US$250,000 * All prize money is split between the two players.


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
EUROPE (15)
1.
AustriaMario He & Jasmin Ouschan
2.
BelgiumSerge das & Noel Bruynooghe
3.
CroatiaCarlo Dlamatin & Philipp Stojanovic
4.
EnglandDaryl Peach & Karl Boyes
5.
FinlandMika Immonen & Markus Juva
6.
FranceStephan Cohen & Francois Cottance
7.
GermanyRalf Souquet & Oliver Ortmann
8.
HollandNiels Feijen & Nick van den Berg
9.
ItalyFabio Petroni & Bruno Muratore
10.
MaltaTony Drago & Alex Borg
11.
PolandRadoslaw Babica & Mariusz Skonecsny
12.
RussiaKonstantin Stepanov & Ruslan Chinakhov
13.
SloveniaMatjaz Erculj & Matej Sulek
14.
SpainDavid Alcaide & Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
15.
SwedenMarcus Chamat & Thomas Mehtala
ASIA (13)
16.
ChinaFu Jianbo & Li Hewen
17.
Hong KongLee Chenman & Kenny Kwok
18.
IndiaRaj Hundal & Dharminder Singh Lilly
19.
IndonesiaMuhammad Zulfikri & Ricky Yang
20.
JapanNaoyuki Oi & Toru Kuribayashi
21.
KoreaYu Ram Cha & Ga Young Kim
22.
MalaysiaIbrahim Bin Amir & Lee Poh Soon
23.
Philippines AEfren Reyes & Francisco Bustamante
24.
Philippines BRoberto Gomez & Dennis Orcollo
25.
SingaporeChan Keng Kwang & Toh Lian Han
26.
TaiwanKo Pin-Yi & Chang Jung-Lin
27.
ThailandNitiwat Kanjansri & Surathep Phoochalam
28.
VietnamLuong Chi Dung & Do Hoang Quan
REST OF THE WORLD (4)
29.
AustraliaJames Delahunty & Rick Emery
30.
CanadaJohn Morra & Jason Klatt
31.
QatarMohammad Al Bin Ali & Bashar Hussain
32.
USARodney Morris & Johnny Archer
*All teams will appear subject to confirmation and contract.




Team Philippines A - Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante.
Photograph by Joseph Ventura and © Matchroom Sport.



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