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2010 PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool - Day 4 Results
 Posted on Friday, September 10 2010 @ 16:00:42 UTCby admin
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Tuesday-Sunday 7-12 September 2010


Through to the Quarter Finals: Team Poland - Radoslaw Babica & Mariusz Skonecsny.

Super Poles Oust USA in Decider - Philippines March On To Quarters

In the first match of the evening, there was a superb performance from underdogs Poland as they beat the heavyweights of the USA in a last frame decider. Radoslaw Babica and Mariusz Skoneczny were the heroes as they blew a 7-4 lead against a come backing USA but got the better of Rodney Morris and Johnny Archer in a magnificent final rack.

The Polish pair showed no nerves as they moved into an early 2-0 lead. Babica is a seasoned ten year veteran of world competition while his younger compatriot Skoneczny was a late called up to the side following Mariusz Sniegocki’s withdrawal due to a ban.

The USA though, got the score back to 3-3 before they shared the next two for a 4-4 scoreline. However, a combination of loose play from the Americans and some solid stuff from the Poles saw the score move to an unthinkable 7-4 for the Eastern Europeans.
Morris and Archer, with nothing to lose, started to pull the racks back and before long, it was hill-hill. The last rack was epic as both sides had chances to win and there were plenty of mistakes and misses but in the end Archer had to hit the ball hard to escape a safety and the remaining balls fell nicely for the Poles who held their nerve to win.

"That's not our biggest win as last year we also played in the quarter-finals and on the way we beat Taiwan, who we play in the quarter-finals next” said an excited Babica.

"I've seen Taiwan’s matches and they're really strong and I think they're much better than they were last year because they have a very good break and are playing with no pressure.

"The beginning of the match was ok but when we got to the hill we were a bit nervous. We made two mistakes and at the end we got lucky as they missed the ball and we won the rack," 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. 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.





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


Team Philippines B    - Roberto Gomez & Dennis Orcollo.

Team Philippines B, consisting of Dennis ‘Robocop’ Orcollo and Roberto ‘Superman’ Gomez can safely assume the mantle of the ‘A’ Team after despatching a dangerous Spanish team to advance to the last eight of the 2010 PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool.

With all matches taking place in a 400 seat arena in Robinsons Place Mall in Manila, the place was packed with an estimated 2,000 spectators watching from all vantage points. With the defending champions – Reyes and Bustamante – having departed the competition yesterday at the hands of Indonesia, the nation’s hopes rested on Orcollo and Gomez and they didn’t disappoint.

The Spanish pair of David Alcaide and Francisco Sanchez Ruiz was reckoned to have half a chance of an upset and they took the early 2-1 lead. The Philippines, though, won the next six racks on the spin as the Spanish lads were forced to watch proceedings from their seats.

The last one is always the hardest as they say – witness Poland and the USA earlier in the evening – and Spain fought hard to stay in the match when they had their chance.

They won the 10th and 11th racks but in the end the task was too much and Gomez dropped the final 9 ball to send the massive crowd singing into the Manila night.

"I told Gomez to not be afraid as in this tournament you can get very nervous. It's a battle of nerves out there and you have more than 2,000 people watching you and cheering for you but you get energy from them and that helps you win the match," said Orcollo.

"Our celebrations were a way of keeping our nerves away. We are under pressure so we had to do something; we feel more pressure now because the crowds depend on us because of the other Filipino players already gone from the tournament,” Gomez added.



DAY 4 - SESSION 2 - PARTYPOKER.NET WORLD CUP OF POOL 2010




Team Finland     - Mika Immonen & Markus Juva.

Finland Thump the Dutch - Ominous Chinese into Last Eight

Finland was up against Holland in what may have been a 50/50 encounter on paper. However, pool is played on a table and the duo of Mika Immonen and Markus Juva tore the heart out of the Dutch.

Winning the lag, Finland broke and ran the first three games to put the Dutch on their back feet and they never recovered. Holland, Niels Feijen and Huidji See, got to the table in the fourth game but could make no impact.

The Finns were looking ice cool with Immonen justifying his billing as the No.1 player in the world. They carried on winning the racks with the sole Dutch contribution coming in the eighth rack. Finland will now face Philippines B or Spain in tomorrow’s quarter-finals.

"In our World Cup history that is one of our best ever performances and it feels especially sweet with it coming against a Dutch team who are well respected,” said a delighted Immonen.

"We were a bit lucky in the first rack but we never looked back after that. They got one rack on the scoreboard but we were tuned in and had a good time.

"My mentality was to go out and to not show too much respect. We go out to crush the teams but at the same time we respect them. We both stepped up and played some good shots.

"We're doing something right so we just have to do what we're doing. At 6-0 we just wanted to close them out 8-0 and we didn't want to get a false sense of security.

"The opponents are getting tougher and tougher but we're happy to get rid of that run where we played great in the first round and then lost. “With the England and Philippines A out it does raise our hopes even more and it's always easier without them in the way,” 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. 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.


Team China - Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen.

CHINA AND FINLAND, who contested that epic 2007 PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool final in Rotterdam, are both through the quarter-finals of this year’s competition in Manila following a couple of great performances on Friday afternoon at Robinsons Place Mall.

Represented by Fu Jianbo and Li Hewen, the Chinese overcame Italy’s Fabio Petroni and Bruno Muratore by 8-5. The crowd were itching to see some quality pool after the miserable France v England game earlier and they weren’t disappointed.

China was always in the ascendancy as they lead throughout with Fu’s outstanding shot-making supported by Li’s solid dependable style. Italy got the score to 3-2 but China reeled off the next three to take a 6-2 lead.

Italy though is always an entertaining side to watch and they dug in to take the next two racks and stay in the match. China though had too much and they clinched the necessary two games to set up a quarter-final clash against Indonesia, a match they must fancy.



DAY 4 - SESSION 1 - PARTYPOKER.NET WORLD CUP OF POOL 2010




Team England - Daryl Peach (pictured) & Karl Boyes

France Scrape Through Against Woeful England - Super Germans on Cruise Control

The second match of the day was described by commentator Ted Lerner as ‘a tawdry affair, a sordid mess,’ and there wouldn’t be many people watching who would disagree with him.

France 8-6 England was the scoreline but it was a match that lasted for over two hours as neither side played with any sort of fluency. For Karl Boyes and Daryl Peach, it was a day to forget and possibly a low spot in their respective careers.

To recount the nuts and bolts of the match would be superfluous but the match was a litany of missed pots, unforced errors and sloppy positional play.

Both teams had plenty of chances but none were really taken and France can now look forward to meeting Germany in the quarter-finals. The contrast in their respective performances was so great that only a madman would bet against Germany.

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.


Team Germany - Ralf Souquet & Oliver Ortmann.

TEAM GERMANY (Ralf Souquet and Oliver Ortmann) played a near perfect game to crush their Russian opponents and advance to the quarter-finals of the PartyPoker.net World Cup of Pool on Friday afternoon.

8-1 was the scoreline and the crowd at Robinsons Place, Manila were left in no doubt that Germany represent a major threat to win this tournament. It was perfect, clinical pool from the two World Champions and the Russian pair of Konstantin Stepanov and Ruslan Chinakhov had no answers.

In fact the Russians were staring at a shut-out defeat before they took the eighth rack to make their sole contribution to the scoreboard. Along with Taiwan, Germany look the team of the tournament to date and they will face a lack-lustre France who fell over the line against an awful England.

“It was almost perfect; I screwed up one position followed by Oliver missing a ball but they miscued so it came back straight to us,” said Souquet.

“I’m more satisfied than the first match but there’s still room for improvement and I still haven’t had my best game. I think we’re working very well as everybody could see so nothing to complain about.

“Even though the Philippines A lost it’s not getting any easier at all as there are still China, England and Indonesia, who beat Philippines A. I would’ve liked Philippines A to still be in as the crowd would’ve been more crazy and it was a chance for revenge for last year.

“But we don’t care who we meet in the next round. Every opponent will be tough and whoever makes it to the quarter-finals is a good team.”

Ortmann added, “As long as we play this way we will beat anybody. In the Hong Kong match we were up 2-0 then trailing 2-4 but our confidence was pretty high and we never felt bad.

“For the match against Russia I expected to be more pressure from Russia but we played pretty good from the beginning so they didn’t have a chance to come into the game.



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)
8 : 7
Qatar
France (13)
8 : 5
Australia
Philippines B (3)
8 : 4
Croatia
Spain (14)
8 : 5
Vietnam
Holland (6)
8 : 3
Austria
Finland (11)
8 : 2
Singapore
Taiwan (7)
8 : 2
Malaysia
Japan (10)
8 : 7
Slovenia
USA (2)
8 : 7
Sweden
Poland (15)
8 : 6
Malta


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE LAST 16
Philippines A (1)
6 : 8
(16) Indonesia
China (8 )
8 : 5
(9) Italy
Germany (5)
8 : 1
Russia
England (4)
6 : 8
(13) France
Philippines B (3)
8 : 4
(14) Spain
Holland (6)
1 : 8
(11) Finland
Taiwan (7)
8 : 2
(10) Japan
USA (2)
7 : 8
(15) Poland


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE QUARTER-FINALS
Indonesia (16)
-vs-
(8 ) China
Germany (5)
-vs-
(13) France
Philippines B (3)
-vs-
(11) Finland
Taiwan (7)
-vs-
(15) Poland


2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE SEMI-FINALS
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2010 PARTYPOKER.NET
WORLD CUP OF POOL
THE FINAL
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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 & Huidji See
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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