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The World Pool Championships - Day Three and Four Group Results
 Posted on Monday, November 05 2007 @ 22:07:04 UTCby admin
World Pool Championships 2007 The World Pool Championship
Araneta Coliseum
Quezon City
Metro Manila
Philippines
www.matchroomsport.com
www.worldpoolchampionship.com

3-11 November 2007

THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 16

1

Matjaz Erculj

Slovenia

2

Roberto Gomez

Philippines

3

Niels Feijen

Netherlands

4

Daryl Peach

England

5

D Singh Lilly

India

6

Toh Lian Han

Singapore

7

Rudolfo Luat

Philippines

8

Charles Bryant

USA


QUALIFYING PLAY CONCLUDES AS FIELD SPLITS TO 64

PLAY HAS concluded on the final day of round one action at the 2007 Philippines World Pool Championship at the Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City , Manila as the 128 man field has been reduced to 64 for the straight knock-out stages of the event.

The most dominant representation comes from the Philippines with 13 players in the last 64 shake up, closely followed by Chinese Taipei with 10. Disappointingly, the USA with an original entry of 11 now only has four survivors in round two.

There are now five days to go in the $400,000 event which is televised live throughout Asia on the ESPN Star network as well as Sky Sports in the UK.

"Read More..." for the details.

There was plenty of top quality action on day four as players fought for their chance to progress. Big name victims included former two-time champion Johnny Archer who lost to 18 year-old Taiwanese Wu Yu-lun and then went down to another two-time champion Chao Fong-pang 9-3 to exit the tournament.

Rodolfo Luat, a quarter finalist here last year, went two and out at the hands of Toh Lian Han (Singapore) and England’s Daryl Peach.

Rodney Morris, highly fancied in some quarters, looked good winning his opener 9-0 against Dave Reljic of Australia, but then lost successive matches to improving Swiss player Marco Tshudi and then unheralded Dane Bahram Lotfy to book an early flight home.

Playing in his first World Pool Championship, Shane Van Boening, the current US Open Champion eased his way into round two with a hill-hill win over Chang Yau-mau, and then beat Scotland’s Pat Holtz 9-4 to set up a last 64 clash with Antonio Gabica.

Other eagerly anticipated round two games include Jeff De Luna v Lee Van Corteza in a battle of the local hotshots, while Ronnie Alcano continues his title defence against Daryl Peach.

Efren Reyes, who seems to carry then hopes of the nation on his shoulders, will be under pressure as he goes up against European No.1 Konstantin Stepanov ( Russia ) who looked good today with two straight wins to qualify.

2005 Champion, Wu Chia-ching of Taiwan, faces a tester against in-form Italian Fabio Petroni on Table 2, while Alex Pagulayan who took the title in ’04, can look ahead to a clash with little known Vietnamese player Pham Tuan Ngoc.

The double elimination format in the opening round has seen a slew of top players make their way through and there will be plenty of top class 9 ball action as the drama unfolds at the Araneta Coliseum.

DAY FOUR STATS



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 11

1

Konstantin Stepanov

Russia

2

Marco Tschudi

Switzerland

3

Bahram Lofty

Denmark

4

Rye Seung-Woo

Korea

5

Rodney Morris

USA

6

David Reljic

Australia

=8

Kevin Uzzell

England

=8

Alejandro Carvajal

Chile



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 13

1

Shane Van Boening

USA

2

Satoshi Kawabata

Japan

3

Dennis Orcollo

Philippines

4

Marcus Chamat

Sweden

5

Wojciech Trajdos

Poland

6

Pat Holtz

Scotland

7

Chang Yau-Mau

Taipei

8

Kenny Kwok

Hong Kong



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 15

1

Naoyuki Oi

Japan

2

Lee Kun-Fang

Taipei

3

Wu Yu-Lun

Taiwan

4

Chao Fong-Pang

Taiwan

5

Johnny Archer

USA

6

Murat Ayas

Turkey

7

Greg Jenkins

Australia

8

Michael Schmidt

Germany



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 16

1

Matjaz Erculj

Slovenia

2

Roberto Gomez

Philippines

3

Niels Feijen

Netherlands

4

Daryl Peach

England

5

D Singh Lilly

India

6

Toh Lian Han

Singapore

7

Rudolfo Luat

Philippines

8

Charles Bryant

USA





Earl "The Pearl" Strickland battles with his own personal demons.

DAY THREE ROUND UP

EARL STRICKLAND put on a dazzling display of pool as he won nine racks back-to-back to salvage his 2007 World Pool Championship hopes at the expense of China’s Li He-wen.

Strickland had earlier rolled over against Malaysia’s Alan Tan, 9-2, in his opening game but followed that up with a lackluster 9-6 win over Germany’s Kay Reike.

With the two wins to qualify and two defeats to leave the competition, Strickland, a three time winner of this event, faced Li He-wen, the studious looking Chinese who won a bronze medal at last year’s tournament.

At 5-0 down in the race to nine match, ‘the Pearl’ looked dead and buried as he battled with his demons on the main TV table.


He hit a gear though and returned to the imperious form that has seen him win countless titles in an illustrious career. Strickland ran five racks from the break as he controlled the table and restricted Li to occasional safety escapes.

The win saw Strickland secure a last 64 berth where he will face impressive Vietnamese shooter Luong Chi Dung of Vietnam.

Other big names through on day three of the first round include Ralf Souquet who survived a scare as he lost his opener to local veteran Leonardo Andam before scoring wins over Bernard Tey Choon Kiat of Singapore and Canada’s Ronnie Wiseman to make it through.

Fellow German former World Champion Thorsten Hohmann capped a disappointing season with an early exit in Manila as he lost twice to depart the competition.

He lost successive matches against sensational 18 year-old Taiwanese Ko Pin-yi and then seasoned Canadian / Filipino Edwin Montal.

There was double joy for Pinoy hopes Marlon Manalo and Jeff De Luna as they both battled their way through to the last 64 stages of the 2007 Philippines World Pool Championship with two wins from two matches.

With four more groups playing double elimination qualifying games today at the Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, a further 16 players will secure spots in round two while the other 16 will depart the competition.

Manalo, of Mandaluyong City, Manila looked to be in total control as he led Li He-wen of China 8-3 but a missed ball in the 12th game let Li, a semi-finalist here last year, back to the table.

Li, who earlier this year was a World Cup of Pool winner, proceeded to run out the racks as he slowly silenced the pro-Manalo crowd. With the score at 7-8, Li ran slightly out of position and attempted a risky pot on the 3 ball as he was forced to hit down on the cue ball to swerve it.

He missed and left it sitting nicely for Manalo, who cleared the table to secure victory. Li eventually went out at the hands of Earl Strickland.

On Table 2, Jeff ‘Bata’ De Luna, who reached the last 16 of this competition in 2006 on his WPC debut, looked like he has the game to go even better this year as he gave Fu Che-wei of Chinese Taipei, something of a drubbing.

Fu, who was a bronze medalist at this tournament last year, found himself 8-0 down in no time at all, and although he mounted a comeback, the gulf was too wide to bridge as he lost 9-3.

De Luna can now look forward a mouth-watering last 64 match-up with fellow Filipino star Lee Van Corteza.

There were two tremendous performances from the Australian duo of Louis Condo and James Delahunty as both advanced with a brace of victories against high class opposition.

Condo, the 32 year-old from Melbourne , is playing in his sixth World Championship so he has plenty of experience at this level and he drew on it as he defeated highly rated Englishman Imran Majid 9-5 to advance to the winners’ side of the bracket.

In his next match he went even better as he recorded a comfortable 9-4 victory over 2005 World Pool Championship runner-up Kuo Po-cheng of Chinese Taipei.

Countryman James Delahunty, making his debut in the competition, looked good in beating 2006 Mosconi Cup player Mike Davis of the USA 9-5 and then defeated seasoned pro Ronnie Wiseman of Canada in a 9-8 thriller.

24 year-old Delahunty from Adelaide can now look forward to a day off before he resumes the competition in the last 64 straight knock-out.


DAY THREE STATS



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 2

1

Leonardo Andam

Philippines

2

James Delahunty

Australia

3

Raj Hundal

England

4

Ralf Souquet

Germany

5

Ronnie Wiseman

Canada

6

Mike Davis

USA

7

Tepwin Arrunath

Thailand

8

B Tey Choon Kiat

Singapore



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 5

1

Ko Pin-Yi

Taipei

2

Jeff De Luna

Philippines

3

Sandor Tot

Hungary

4

Fu Che-Wei

Taipei

5

Serge Das

Belgium

6

Edwin Montal

Canada

7

Vittorio De Falco

Italy

8

Thorsten Hohmann

Germany



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 10

1

Thomas Engert

Germany

2

Louis Condo

Australia

3

Imran Majid

England

4

Kuo Po-Cheng

Taipei

5

Roman Hybler

Czech Republic

6

Lee Chenman

Hong Kong

7

David Alcoberro

Spain

8

Prince M. Billah

Brunei




THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

GROUP 14

1

Fabio Petroni

Italy

2

Marlon Manalo

Philippines

3

Dejan Dabovic

Serbia

4

Earl Strickland

USA

5

Alan Tan

Malaysia

6

Li He-Wen

China

7

Farhad Shahverdi

Iran

8

Kay Reike

Germany









For more information go to:
www.worldpoolchampionship.com

 

  World Pool Championships 2007


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