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PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool - Day 4 Results
 Posted on Saturday, August 26 2006 @ 00:24:56 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 4 Results - "Orient Express" Chenman and Kong surprise everyone!

Snooker stars Ronnie O’Sullivan and Steve Davis may be out of the Tournament but the Hong Kong team of Lee Chenman and Kong Man-ho produced their second consecutive upset to book a place in the quarter-finals where they will face the might of Team USA .

Chinese-speaking Lee Chenman representing Hong Kong , was born in Scotland and lived in England for more than 15 years until last year when he moved back to home city of his parents in the Far East .

The Hong Kong side were dismissed as 150/1 outsiders by bookmakers before the competition but have been the story of the tournament so far as they have beaten two seeded teams to reach the last eight.

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

Hong Kong defeated 11th seeds Russia 9-8 at the Newport Centre, only two days after they had knocked out sixth seeds Sweden by a similar score in round one.

“This is the first time I have played under the Hong Kong banner and it is a proud feeling,” said 27-year-old Chenman, whose parents and brother still live in Leicestershire.

“We had all the rolls of luck against Russia but this is the best feeling I’ve ever had in pool.”

Chenman and team-mate Kong Man-ho had to battle throughout their match and Chenman showed a great deal of nerve to pot the decisive 9-ball in the final rack.

The victory means Hong Kong will play in the quarter-finals on Saturday evening against third seeds USA , whose team consists of three-time World Champion Earl Strickland and former US Open winner Rodney Morris.

Taiwan , Hong Kong and the Czech Republic were this afternoon’s winner at the PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool and they will all take their places in Saturday’s quarter-final line up.

With the alternate break format and the ultra-tight Brunswick Metro Tournament edition matches were going down to the wire as the rewards become greater in the $250,000 event.

In an intriguing last 16 clash between Far eastern pool powers, Japan took on the fancied Taiwanese pairing Yang Ching-shun and Wang Hung-hsian g for a place in the last eight.

The result though went with the form book though, as the fifth seeds Taiwan completed a comfortable 9 – 4 victory. The Japanese side of Satoshi Kawabata and Masaki Tanaka gave it a good go in the early stages before the superior class ran uncontested through the last five racks.

“We played much better than in our opening match against India two days ago, said Yang.

“It’s the first time we’ve really played doubles together but we know each other’s games fairly well. This is a tough tournament and we haven’t thought too much about winning the tournament, we’ve just taken each game as it comes,” he added.

In the final match of the afternoon, Czech Republic pairing of Roman Hybler and Michal Gavenciak booked a quarter-final match up against Team Philippines as they outlasted Canada in a tense encounter.

Canada, represented by Luc Salvas and Tyler Edey, clawed their way back into the match from a seemingly hopeless 7-4 deficit to take the lead at 8-7 but the Czechs dug deep to knock off the final two racks for victory.



Team Germany made up of European No.1 Thomas Engert and former WPA World Champion Oliver Ortmann made it through to the quarter finals of the PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool as they overcame a hiccup to beat Spain by 9-5.

They now face Taiwan on Saturday afternoon in what promises to be one of the matches of the round.

The Spanish duo of David Alcaide and Rafael Guzman did well to recover from a 5-0 deficit but made too many mistakes against a team of the undoubted class of Germany.



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

Finland

9 : 5

Ireland

Italy

9 : 2

South Africa

Vietnam

9 : 8

Croatia

Holland

9 : 5

Scotland




THE LAST 16

Philippines

9 : 5

Malaysia

USA

9 : 3

England "B"

Taiwan

9 : 4

Japan

Hong Kong

9 : 8

Russia

Czech Republic

9 : 8

Canada

Italy

9 : 2

Finland

Germany

9 : 5

Spain

Vietnam

9 : 8

Holland




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