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36 players remaining at IPT North American Open ***UPDATED***
 Posted on Thursday, July 27 2006 @ 09:55:25 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

27 July 2006


Photograph used courtesy of JR Calvert from InsidePOOL Magazine.


O'Sullivan, Morris and Boyes out, but Peach, Appleton, Hill and Hundal advance.

Yesterday was a pretty bloody day in Las Vegas, but there's still plenty of European talent winning through to Round Four of the International Pool Tour's North American Open in Nevada.

16 Europeans advance to the Group 4 stage of 36 players, but much to the sadness of his millions of fans, Ronnie O'Sullivan finally bowed out after acquitting himself very well in his first professional 8-Ball Pool Tournament. So many hopes were pinned on the snooker superstar's chances but ultimately he succumbed to yet another particularly tough draw.

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

IPT North American Open 8-Ball Championship Update

Twenty-four more players fell by the wayside at the North American Open 8-Ball Championship, as Day 4 came and went. Happiness and heartbreak were side by side as some players automatically knew if they advanced and some hovered by the control booth to wait anxiously. Players who were eliminated on Wednesday received $10,000 each, while Thursday's players are guaranteed $17,000.

Some compelling story lines ended today at the conclusion of the third round of play. Steve Moore of Duluth, GA, who qualified for this event in May, suffered a full range of emotions today when he toppled the undefeated Rafael Martinez in the last match of the evening. From being tied at 2 apiece, Moore took utter control of the table and won the match from there, running the last three racks out to win 8-2. However, he came slightly more than 1% short of the games-won percentage he needed to advance.

The last standing female player was WPBA star Sarah Ellerby. She nearly advanced to Round Four, but it all came down to her last match of the day. She needed to win to secure a spot in the next round but failed to be victorious. After the match she was rushed out of the arena by IPT Staff so that she could take the overnight flight to Chicago, then Peoria, so that she could play in the WPBA event starting in the morning. In a telephone call to Tour Director Deno Andrews, Ellerby admitted that she was "completely exhausted." She was alluding to the grueling round robin format that has forced her to play for ten hours or more for the last few days. For complete results, click here.

Yesterday, George San Souci walked off the playing floor after a loss. He never showed up to play his final match of the day resulting in a forfeit. Not completing a bracket, even if you are statistically out of the tournament is considered unsportsmanlike conduct. The IPT has strict rules, and this situation could have meant a tour card suspension or loss for San Souci. Today, Deno Andrews called San Souci by telephone to ask about his reason for not completing his scheduled match. The telephone call woke up San Souci, who had been sleeping all day as a result of being very ill. San Souci apologized profusely for not completing his scheduled match and insists that he asked hotel staff to get a message to Tournament Director Lindsay Erazo that he was ill and couldn't complete his remaining match. After some investigation, Andrews determined that San Souci was indeed very ill, and has been for a couple of days. The IPT issued San Souci a warning. San Souci later apologized to Erazo and explained that he wanted to play the match for his statistics, which were hurt badly, but that he was too sick to do so. To read the official IPT Rules, visit www.internationalpooltour.com.


Shannon Elizabeth Stops In!

With the IPT action in full swing midway through the event Wednesday afternoon saw a surprise visit from movie star Shannon Elizabeth of "American Pie" fame. Elizabeth visited the practice area and shot a quick game with Corey Deuel, who helped her with some techniques and gave her some strategy hints. Finally, after several turns each, Deuel managed to pocket the 8 ball and Elizabeth exclaimed jokingly, "Wow, who would have thought you would win that game?" Elizabeth wished Deuel luck, and after a quick hug she was off to waiting fans for autographs, photos, and a quick interview from Eurosport. Click here to see some pictures of Elizabeth's visit to the tournament.



Don't forget to visit www.internationalpooltour.com for unprecedented tournament coverage of the North American Open. There you will find match scores posted within minutes of matches ending, hundreds of photos from the event, a sportswriter blog by Sally Timko of Inside Pool Magazine, plus statistics, groupings, and tomorrow's schedule. Who is your pick to win from here?


IPT North American Open 8-Ball Championship
Round 4 Groups
Group 73
D. Adkins
N. Van den Berg
E. Strickland
T. Hohmann
Q. Hann
R. Alcano
Group 74
E. Reyes
M. Hill
F. Bustamante
G. Owen
I. Putnik
S. Sambajon
Group 75
C. Deuel
M. Manalo
D. Peach
A. Lely
S. Tot
D. Appleton
Group 76
ID. Orcollo
A. Pagulayan
M. Immonen
N. Feijen
Y. Beaufils
R. Luat
Group 77
A. Lining
R. Martinez
S. Putnam
L. Nevel
R. Diks
D. Matlock
Group 78
R. Souquet
R. Morris
J. Kirkwood
M. Chamat
R. Hundal
E. Stalev



European Player's Final Standings
Group Stage 4
Player
Rank
Prize Money
Karl Boyes
37/200
$10,000
Sarah Ellerby
37/200
$10,000
Vilmos Foldes
37/200
$10,000
Markus Juva
37/200
$10,000
Marko Lohtander
37/200
$10,000
Carl Morris
37/200
$10,000
Ronnie O'Sullivan
37/200
$10,000
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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