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IPT North American Open 8-Ball Championship Update
 Posted on Wednesday, July 26 2006 @ 10:20:43 UTCby admin
International Pool Tour IPT North American 8 Ball Open
Venetian Hotel
3355 Las Vegas Blvd
South Las Vegas
Nevada 89109
USA
www.internationalpooltour.com
IPT NA Open Statistics
EuroSport TV Schedule

26 July 2006


Photograph used courtesy of JR Calvert from InsidePOOL Magazine.


O'Sullivan scrapes through with the finest of margins.

The second round started with 120 happy players! Twelve hours later, the field was cut in half. With a $5,000 difference in the payout between Tuesday's and tomorrow's rounds at the $2,000,000+ North American Open 8-Ball Championship, play was tight and contestants were tense on the event's second day. Only eight players went undefeated throughout today's round, including three Americans: David Matlock, Nick Varner, and Charlie Williams.

Click on "Read More..." for the details.

Players continue to struggle with pocketing balls on the break. Rodney Morris, Nick Van den Burg, Shawn Putnam, Shannon Daulton-all possess big breaks, and all are falling short of what they consider their "average" to be. The cloth is starting to wear in making the pockets even tighter.

Consider these statistics: after Round Two a total of 17,066 games have been played. Break and Run-outs account for only 10.6% of the games. Making the eight ball on the break is rare. Only 27 eight balls were legally pocketed on the break out of over 17,000 breaks meaning that only about one in every 632 breaks result in such a feat. Click here for a complete statistical abstract of the tournament so far www.internationalpooltour.com.

Only one woman remains in the tournament. The UK's Sarah Ellerby managed to prove that her game really is eight ball, by advancing to the final 60. When asked about her success in the tournament she stated that she "feels in her realm with eight ball." To see Ellerby's grouping for Round Three, and all the other groupings, click here www.internationalpooltour.com.

The only other issues today have been sportsmanship issues, such as keeping within the allotted time frame for matches and walking out on matches. There have been one or two players who consistently push the limits of the referees. That prompted a telephone call from Tour Director Deno Andrews, who is with his wife expecting a child at any moment, to on-site tournament officials. Andrews encouraged officials to stick to the letter of the rules and issue penalties to players who "stall." George San Souci walked off the tournament floor and never showed up for his final match of the day. Because of the round robin format, he was already statistically eliminated from advancing. However, by forfeiting the match, San Souci seriously hurt his Money List statistics, which could come back to haunt him later in the year in the fight for 2007 Tour Cards. Besides hurting himself, it is considered in very poor taste not to complete all your matches in a round robin event. This unsportsmanlike conduct can result in suspension or loss of his Tour Card.

For all the day's results, stories and controversies, pictures, and in depth statistics, visit www.internationalpooltour.com. Match times for tomorrow are at 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, and 8pm. Check in throughout the day to see how the top 60 players are doing. Who do you think will win the historic $350,000 first prize?


IPT North American Open 8-Ball Championship
Round 3 Groups
Group 61
J. Kirkwood
N. Varner
J. Walden
R. Diks
D. Adkins
Group 62
E. Strickland
R. Hundal
E. Reyes
M. Lohtander
G. Abood
Group 63
F. Bustamante
Q. Hann
K. Boyes
C. Deuel
R. O'Sullivan
Group 64
I. Putnik
D. Orcollo
J. Archer
D. Peach
J. Fu
Group 65
M. Immonen
S. Tot
J. Schmidt
J. Wetch
A. Lining
Group 66
D. Hatch
R. Souquet
S. Putnam
J. Younger
Y. Beaufils
Group 67
R. Luat
V. Foldes
R. Morris
L. Nevel
B. Hunter
Group 68
R. Martinez
S. Moore
D. Appleton
C. Morris
N. Feijen
Group 69
S. Sambajon
A. Lely
L. Heuwagen
A. Pagulayan
J. Kucharo
Group 70
C. Williams
G. Owen
M. Manalo
R. Alcano
S. Ellerby
Group 71
M. Hill
T. Hohmann
E. Stalev
P. Potier
S. Monday
Group 72
D. Matlock
M. Juva
M. Chamat
N. Van den Berg
J. Pinegar



European Player's Final Standings
Group Stage 2
Player
Rank
Prize Money
John Wims
61/200
$5,000
Tom Storm
61/200
$5,000
Michael Schmidt
61/200
$5,000
Neil Raybone
61/200
$5,000
Fabio Petroni
61/200
$5,000
Oliver Ortmann
61/200
$5,000
Goran Mladenovic
61/200
$5,000
Robert McKenna
61/200
$5,000
Imran Majid
61/200
$5,000
Andreas Koukiadakis
61/200
$5,000
Andreja Klasovic
61/200
$5,000
Bernard Jahnke
61/200
$5,000
Philip Harrison
61/200
$5,000
Anthony Ginn
61/200
$5,000
Allison Fisher
61/200
$5,000
Ralph Eckert
61/200
$5,000
Richard Broumpton
61/200
$5,000
Group Stage 1
Player
Rank
Prize Money
David Alcaide
121/200
$2,000
Lee Chenman
121/200
$2,000
Karen Corr
121/200
$2,000
Tony Crosby
121/200
$2,000
Vincent Facquet
121/200
$2,000
Kelly Fisher
121/200
$2,000
Eric Hjorleifson
121/200
$2,000
Patrick Holtz
121/200
$2,000
Zlatko Jakulj
121/200
$2,000
Brian Saleh
121/200
$2,000
Helena Thornfeldt
121/200
$2,000
Jimmy White
121/200
$2,000



IPT North American Open Prize Money Breakdown
Total Prize Fund$2,050,000
1st Place$350,000
2nd Place $99,000
3rd Place $80,000
4th Place$65,000
5th Place $50,000
6th Place $40,000
7th - 18th Place$30,000 each
19th - 36th Place $17,000 each
37th - 60th Place$10,000 each
61st - 120th Place $5,000 each
121st - 200th Place$2,000 each
All prize money is regardless of number of players



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