Welcome To Pro9 - Europe\

  Create An Account Home  ·  Topics  ·  Stats  ·  Your Account  ·  Submit News  ·  Top 10 January 19, 2018  

  The Pro Shop


NEW: Buy 2 items (or more) and get a free upgrade to 1st Class UK postage.

Mezz
Alpha Hybrid Shaft

Tiger
IceBreaker Tip

Acrylic Ball Marker
New Improved Design

ProPockets
Back in stock!

Mezz Case
6 Butts 10 Shafts

SP2 REVO Red 1
Predator Cues

SP2 REVO Red 2
Predator Cues

New from OB
DigiCue BLUE

Mezz TB-17
New Travel Bag

New OB Extension
Pre-Order Now!

Mezz SKR
Snooker Series

Predator
BK-Rush Sports Wrap

Predator
BK-Rush No Wrap

Chalk Pouch
Back in stock!

New Product
Jacoby Masse Cue

New Product
Mezz Pro Extension

New Jump Cue
Florian Kohler

OB-170
New Cue Listed

Order NOW!
RB1 Limited Edition

OB-160
New Range

New Bear
Break / Jump Cue

New Blak3 Series
Predator Blak3-1

New Blak3 Series
Predator Blak3-2

New Blak3 Series
Predator Blak3-3

New Blak3 Series
Predator Blak3-4

New Blak3 Series
Predator Blak3-5

Super Aramith
Pro Cup TV Balls

Aramith
Billiard Ball Cleaner

Super Aramith
Pro Cup English

Aramith
Billiard Ball Restorer

Talisman
1 x Trinity Tip

Talisman
25 x Trinity Tips

McDermott
Junior Cues

Poison
Arsenic3-1

Poison
Arsenic3-2

Poison
Arsenic3-3

Poison
Arsenic3-4

Poison
Arsenic3-5

Poison
Arsenic3-6

Replacement Blade
Porper Cut Rite

Predator
Panthera3-1

Predator
Panthera3-2

Best Tip Tool
Big Shaver

Predator
Ikon3-1

Predator
Ikon3-2

Predator
Ikon3-3

Predator
Ikon3-4

Predator
Ikon3-5

NEW
Mezz GMC-35

Simonis 760
Orig. Worsted Blend

Mezz SA-14
Limited Edition

Simonis X-1
Now back in stock!

Balls Now In Stock
Duramith Tournament
Next Day Delivery

G2
Cue Tips

Now in Stock!
DIGICUE from OB

Bullseye Bridge
For jumping too!

New Joss
"Color of Money"

Dufferin
Cue Weight Set

McDermott
Masterpiece M9M7

McDermott
G1909

BEST VALUE
UniLoc Joint

Tiger
IceBreaker2 J/B

P3 REVO CW
Available now!

Predator Sport2
Playing Cue

Predator
Throne 3

Maestro 1
Special Edition

Maestro 2
Special Edition

Predator BK3
Leather Wrap

Black Widow 3
Poison

Slippy Papers
Burnishing Film

Joint Protectors
5/16x14

Predator Revo
Buy One Now!

Lucasi LZD 6
Low Deflection

Cuetec
Smart Extension

The Pro Shop
Your Specialist

Mezz PRO Series
Customise your MI-3

Genuine Aramith
Tournament Champion

Aramith Premier
2 1/16 Snooker Set

Balabushka
GB1

Magic Ball Rack
2 racks for 9/10Ball

Molinari CHLK
Back in Stock!

New - Predator
Silver Curve JPs

REVO Shaft Wipes
Order Now!

Tip Fitting...
By Post!

Ballsak
Cue Ball Case

Predator Limited
20th Anniversary 2

Predator Limited
20th Anniversary 1

Aramith
Balls and Case

Genuine Aramith
Glow-In-The-Dark Kit

Aramith Pro Cup
Spotted Cueballs

Moori
Jewel

Magic Ball Rack
The PRO Set

NEW: Mezz
Pro Extension

The Wing Rack
Finally, it is back!

Uni-Loc Weights
Cartridge System

McDermott Case
4x7 H/S Hybrid

McDermott Case
2x3 H/S Hybrid

Mezz MO-23
Cue Case

Q Claw
Single Cue/Snooker

Mezz MTB-K
Travel Bag

New Predator
Ice2 Sport Wrap

New Predator
Ice2 Sport No Wrap

Kamui Snooker Tip
Black 11mm

Predator Case
Sport Hard 2x4 Yellow

Diamond
Professional Table

Diamond
Pro-Am Table

Predator
314-3 Shaft

Predator
Z-3 Shaft

Predator
Vantage Shaft

Mezz Smart Chalk
Pre-Order Now!

Mezz PRO Series
Customise your TA-3

Mezz E2b Series
New Snooker Cues

OB Lift
2 pc Jump Cue

OB Lift PRO
3 pc Jump Cue

New OB Chalk
Blue Twin Pack

New OB Chalk
Blue Multi Pack

Mezz MZ-35
3 Butt / 5 Shaft

Predator
8K Series

Predator P3 Onyx
P3CBN Limited Edition

Predator P3 Onyx
P3CBW Limited Edition

TheProShop.biz Free Post in Europe! Order now!

  Main Menu

PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool - Day 2 Results
 Posted on Thursday, August 24 2006 @ 02:10:48 UTCby admin
World Cup Of Pool The World Cup of Pool
The Newport Centre
Venue
The Newport Centre
1 Kingsway
Newport
South Wales
UK
NP20 1UH
Tel: 01633 656757
www.worldcupofpool.com

Tuesday-Sunday 22-27 August 2006



Day 2 Results - England "A" and Wales out!

In another day of exciting play at the PartyPoker.com World of Pool , Spain the USA and Germany ran out winners to cement their respective berths in the second round of the tournament at the Newport Centre, South Wales .

The Spanish teaming of David Alcaide and Rafael Guzman enjoyed a sweet victory over Team England as they nudged out Raj Hundal and Ronnie O’Sullivan in a classic 9-8 thriller.

In front of a busy house, the two teams entered the arena with most of the support being in favour of the English. They got off to the worst possible start though as they found themselves 4-0 down to Spain within 20 minutes.

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

A series of errors assisted Spain’s progress but England stopped the rot in the fifth rack as Hundal and O’Sullivan put their dire start behind them to run the rack out from the break.

Spain maintained a lead throughout until the English managed to pull it back to 7-7. Spain looked set to get to the hill as O’Sullivan scratched on the break and they ran the table before Guzman missed a relatively simple 9 ball to leave it on for Hundal who took the chance to put his team into the lead for the first time.

Spain took the next to give us the second hill-hill match of the day but it was Hundal who made the critical error as he ran out of position with just three balls left to leave O’Sullivan in a snooker. He fouled escaping and with ball in hand the Spanish duo of Guzman and Alcaide cleared to take an exciting match 9-8.

Afterwards a delighted Guzman, a 37 year-old lawyer from Malaga said, “I enjoyed it a lot but I was very nervous.

“I played good but missed a few easy balls. The crowd was good for the English team but they were fair.

“I knew it was going to be tough against two big players like that but I was confident in myself and my partner.”

In the second match of the evening, Team USA had a fight on their hands as they trailed to a lively looking Singapore side consisting of relative unknowns Chan Keng-kwang and Toh Lian-han.

However, Earl Strickland and Rodney Morris came on strong in the second part of the game and looked good running out 9-6 winners.

In the final match of the evening session the German team of Thomas Engert and Oliver Ortmann made light work of home hopes as they demolished Wales 9-2.

In all fairness to Ben Davies and Rob McKenna they didn’t enjoy the best of luck in the early stages but the Germans finishing was clinical as they moved the cue ball around the table with dexterity.

Germany took the opener as they broke and ran out the first rack with ease and there was further woe for Wales in the second as McKenna unluckily scratched on the break as the white was kicked into the middle pocket. With ball in hand Germany advanced to a two rack lead.

The Germans looked comfortable in breaking and running the next before Davies nearly made a golden break in the fourth. There was nothing much available for the Welsh and an error handed the onus back to Germany .

Ortmann and Engert pulled away with an elementary 7/9 combination to leave the Welsh in deep trouble at 4-0 down.

It was strictly one way traffic now as the Germans took the next two racks to go into what looked like an unassailable 6-0 lead.

A weak attempt on the 1 ball by Engert failed to drop but Davies was forced to jump. He managed to fluke the yellow up table into the corner pocket and from that position the Welsh dragons cleared the table to get their name on the scoreboard.

Wales had a great chance to take the next but Davies left McKenna in trouble after potting the 7 ball. He left the white tucked right up against the 9 ball and with awkward bridging, McKenna missed the slow rolled 8 ball to give the rack to Germany .

Germany took the next from the break to go to 8-1 but there was some fight left in the Welsh as at last, McKenna avoided the bad luck on his break and he and Davies ran out in their quest for respectability.

That was to be it for the Welsh though as the Germans wrapped up the final rack to run out 9-2 winners.


THE STATS





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.



The Teams
CanadaLuc Salvas & Tyler Edey
CroatiaPhilipp Stovanovic & Ivan Kralj
Czech RepublicRoman Hybler & Michal Gavenciak
England ARaj Hundal & Ronnie O’Sullivan
England BSteve Davis & Daryl Peach
FinlandMika Immonen & Markus Juva
GermanyThomas Engert & Oliver Ortmann
HollandNick van den Berg & Niels Feijen
Hong KongLee Chenman and Kong Man-Ho
HungaryVilmos Foldes & Gabor Solymosi
IndiaDharminder Lilly and Alok Kumar
IndonesiaImran Ibrahim and Ricky Yang
IrelandTommy Donlon & Paddy McLaughlin
ItalyFabio Petroni & Angelo Millauro
JapanMasaki Tanaka and Satoshi Kawabata
KoreaJeong Young-hwa and Lee Gun-jae
MalaysiaPatrick Ooi Fook Yuen and Ibrahim Amir
MaltaTony Drago and Alex Borg
PhilippinesEfren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante
PolandRadoslaw Babica & Marius Roter
QatarFahad Mohammadi and Bashar Hussain
RussiaKonstantin Stepanov & Konstantin Zolotilov
ScotlandMichael Valentine & Pat Holtz
SingaporeChan Keng Kwang and Toh Lian Han
South AfricaDavid Anderson and Yulan Govender
SpainDavid Alcaide & Rafael Guzman
SwedenMarcus Chamat & Tom Storm
TaiwanWang Hung-hsiang and Yang Ching-shun
ThailandTepwin Arunnath and Amnuayporn Chotipong
USAEarl Strickland and Rodney Morris
VietnamThanh Nam Nguyen and Chi Dung Luong
WalesRob McKenna & Ben Davies



THE LAST 32

Canada

9 : 5

Thailand

Malaysia

9 : 3

Qatar

Czech Republic

9 : 6

Poland

Philippines

9 : 0

Malta

Taiwan

9 : 6

India

England "B"

9 : 6

Korea

Russia

9 : 3

Hungary

Hong Kong

9 : 8

Sweden

Japan

9 : 0

Indonesia (Walkover)

Spain

9 : 8

England "A"

USA

9 : 6

Singapore

Germany

9 : 2

Wales

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---




THE LAST 16

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---




THE QUARTER-FINALS

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---




THE SEMI-FINALS

---

- : -

---

---

- : -

---



THE FINAL

---

- : -

---



 

  World Cup Of Pool


Comments


"PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool - Day 2 Results" | Login/Create Account | 0 comments
Threshold
The comments are owned by the poster. We aren't responsible for their content.






PRO9 has established an outstanding reputation as Europe's No.1 source for information on American Pool in the UK and Europe.

Upcoming tournament details, prompt match reporting, exclusive images by talented photographers, superb articles by expert pundits, active pool related forums, player profiles and a very sophisticated membership - basically, an incredible information resource for the American style game in Europe.

Since it launched, PRO9 has become compulsory reading, not just for the UK's pool players, but to hundreds and thousands of pool obsessives from around the world every single day.

PRO9's members range from professional pool players, cue-sports enthusiasts, club managers, tournament organisers, pool fans and aficionados, as well as various "movers and shakers" in the cue-sports field, including entrepreneurs in the wholesale and retail sector, as well as magazine editors and television sports promoters.

Growing more and more popular every single year, PRO9 is the best placed vehicle for the promotion of your pool club, billiards brand, associated products, services and opportunities in the truly massive pan-European billiard market.

If you're reading this, you should check out www.Pro9.co.uk for yourself!

Please use these logos and text in your links to www.Pro9.co.uk - thank you.



Forum rules: No advertising, no links to businesses/shops/eBay, no swearing, respect our sponsors and each other, no hate!


Flag Counter
Flag counter installed Monday 11 November 2013


All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner.
The comments are property of their posters, all the rest 2006/2007 by Big Dave at Pro9.co.uk.

This web site was made with myPHPNuke, a web portal system written in PHP.
myPHPNuke is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL license.

I didn't think anyone read this bit down here!!!


You can syndicate our news using the file
backend.php or ultramode.txt


  
















































Page took 0.023043 seconds to load.