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The World Pool Championships - The Last 32 Results
 Posted on Thursday, November 08 2007 @ 18:36:08 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



16 CLOSE IN ON WPC TITLE

FOLLOWING THE conclusion of day six of the 2007 Philippines World Pool Championship there are just 16 players left chasing the biggest prize in the game.

The Philippines have the largest contingent with four players left in the competition as Francisco Bustamante won a terrific encounter with Holland ’s Nick van den Berg.

With a sell-out arena crowd at the Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City , Manila , the popular Filipino trailed 4-0 to the young Dutchman before gaining control of the table and running into a 9-4 lead.

"Read More..." for the details.

Bustamante though, missed a 3 ball into the top left hand pocket when just a few shots from victory and van den Berg grabbed his chance.

He won rack after rack, utilizing the soft break and at 8-9 down looked the favourite to win. However, a rare dry break scuppered his chances and Bustamante cleared to the 8 ball before van den Berg, in a sporting gesture, threw his white towel onto the table and embraced his opponent.

“When I missed that 3 ball I thought I’ve got no more shots in this game. The table was easy breaking and everything was in his control,” said Bustamante afterwards.

“When it was 9-8 I thought I had no more chance but got lucky when he had no ball on the break,

“I’m very lucky to be in the last 16 but will try my best as I’m playing the small guy next – Alex Pagulayan!”

Van den Berg put on a brave face at his post match press conference but his pain was apparent; “I feel terrible right now. There was nothing I could do and even at 9-7 down I felt I had the best chance,” he said.

“I was not nervous the whole time. In fact was more nervous on Table 7 yesterday but if you want to beat Busti you cannot miss any balls,” he added.

Also flying the Filipino flag were young guns Roberto Gomez and Joven Bustamante who both won through against Taiwanese opposition.

Bustamante (no relation) beat former champ Wu Chia-ching 10-8 on the TV table while Gomez pounded former two-time champion Chao Fong-pang 10-2

The lone American left in the competition is Corey Deuel following the demise of a lackluster Shane Van Boening.

Deuel showed tremendous heart coming from 9-5 down to get the better of three-time Asian Tour winner Chang Jung-ling of Taiwan . His reward is a match-up with another dangerous Chinese Taipei player, Kuo Po-cheng, a runner-up in this event in 2005.

European No.1 Konstantin Stepanov looked impressive in beating local hope Jeff De Luna 10-5. De Luna is a real crowd pleaser but is often too brave on his shot selection and the 24 year-old Muscovite was too composed for him.

Another Eastern European, Vilmos Foldes, put paid to Shane Van Boening’s championship aspirations with a 10-8 win on Table 4. Foldes is the 2003 World Junior Champion and will face Lu Hui-chan who eliminated Poland ’s Radoslaw Babica from the competition.

Last year’s runner-up Ralf Souquet also exited stage left as Niels Feijen took him down 10-2. Souquet was suffering from a bad back but Feijen, who was a quarter-finalist in this event in 2001, looks a good outside chance.

Two English players are through to Friday’s last 16 shake-up. Daryl Peach eliminated qualifier Lee Kun-fang’s, a finalist in this event in 1997, on Table 4 and now faces Germany ’s Harry Stolka on Friday.

If European form is anything to go by, Peach is ranked No.2 on the EPBF rankings while Stolka is back at No.31.

Manchester ’s Karl Boyes, playing in his first World Championship, came back from 8-5 down to win against bespectacled Korean Ryu Seung-woo. Boyes, a former top English 8 ball player, can look ahead to a do-or-die struggle against European No.1 Konstantin Stepanov ( Russia ).

Play moves to just two tables on Friday as the races increase to 11.


THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

THE LAST 64 DRAW

Ronnie Alcano

Philippines

6 : 10

England

Daryl Peach

Lee Kun-Fang

Taipei

10 : 6

England

Raj Hundal

Matjaz Erculj

Slovenia

3 : 10

Germany

Harald Stolka

Leonardo Andam

Philippines

5 : 10

Taipei

Wu Yu-Lun

Francisco Bustamante

Philippins

10 : 1

Spain

David Alcaide

Nick van den Berg

Netherlands

10 : 4

England

Imran Majid

Alex Pagulayan

Philippines

10 : 6

Veitnam

Pham Tuan Ngoc

Louis Condo

Australia

10 : 2

Singapore

Chan Keng-Kwang

Ko Pin-Yi

Taipei

8 : 10

Serbia

Goran Mladenovic

Marco Tschudi

Switzerland

4 : 10

Canada

Alain Martel

Mika Immonen

Finland

10 : 5

Taipei

Fu Che-Wei

Tony Drago

Malta

10 : 7

Denmark

Bahram Lotfy

Shane Van Boening

USA

10 : 7

Philippines

Antonio Gabica

Vilmos Foldes

Hungary

10 : 2

Serbia

Dejan Dabovic

Lu Hui-Chan

Taipei

10 : 6

Sweden

Marcus Chamat

Marlon Manalo

Philippines

1 : 10

Poland

Radoslaw Babica

Luong Chi-Dung

Vietnam

10 : 8

USA

Earl Strickland

Satoshi Kawabata

Japan

10 : 3

Taipei

Yang Ching-Shun

Fabio Petroni

Italy

9 : 10

Taiwan

Wu Chia-Ching

Joven Bustamante

Philippines

10 : 6

Philippines

Dennis Orcollo

Konstantin Stepanov

Russia

10 : 5

Philippines

Efren Reyes

Jeff De Luna

Philippines

10 : 7

Philippines

Leevan Corteza

Kenichi Uchigaki

Japan

7 : 10

Korea

Rye Seung-Woo

Karl Boyes

England

10 : 6

Serbia

Sandor Tot

Ramil Gallego

Philippines

5 : 10

Taipei

Kuo Po-Cheng

Oliver Ortmann

Germany

10 : 7

Croatia

Philipp Stojanovic

Thomas Engert

Germany

7 : 10

Taiwan

Chang Jung-Lin

Muhammad Zulfikri

Indonesia

4 : 10

USA

Corey Deuel

Naoyuki Oi

Japan

8 : 10

Germany

Ralf Souquet

Charlie Williams

USA

7 : 10

Netherlands

Niels Feijen

James Delahunty

Australia

0 : 10

Taipei

Chao Fong-Pang

Roberto Gomez

Philippines

10 : 1

Netherlands

Alex Lely



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

THE LAST 32

Daryl Peach

England

10 : 7

Taipei

Lee Kun-Fang

Harald Stolka

Germany

10 : 2

Taipei

Wu Yu-Lun

Francisco Bustamante

Philippines

10 : 8

Netherlands

Nick van den Berg

Alex Pagulayan

Philippines

10 : 2

Australia

Louis Condo

Goran Mladenovic

Russia

2 : 10

Canada

Alain Martel

Mika Immonen

Finland

10 : 6

Malta

Tony Drago

Shane Van Boening

USA

8 : 10

Hungary

Vilmos Foldes

Lu Hui-Chan

Taipei

10 : 3

Poland

Radoslaw Babica

Luong Chi-Dung

Vietnam

3 : 10

Japan

Satoshi Kawabata

Wu Chia-Ching

Taipei

8 : 10

Philippines

Joven Bustamante

Konstantin Stepanov

Russia

10 : 4

Philippines

Jeff De Luna

Rye Seung-Woo

Korea

8 : 10

England

Karl Boyes

Kuo Po-Cheng

Taipei

10 : 7

Germany

Oliver Ortmann

Chang Jung-Lin

Taipei

9 : 10

USA

Corey Deuel

Ralf Souquet

Germany

2 : 10

Netherlands

Niels Feijen

Chao Fong-Pang

Taipei

2 : 10

Philippines

Roberto Gomez



THE 2007 WORLD POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS

THE LAST 16

Daryl Peach

England

0 : 0

Germany

Harald Stolka

Francisco Bustamante

Philippines

0 : 0

Philippines

Alex Pagulayan

Alain Martel

Canada

0 : 0

Finland

Mika Immonen

Vilmos Foldes

Hungary

0 : 0

Taipei

Lu Hui-Chan

Satoshi Kawabata

Japan

0 : 0

Philippines

Joven Bustamanate

Konstantin Stepanov

Russia

0 : 0

England

Karl Boyes

Kuo Po-Cheng

Taipei

0 : 0

USA

Corey Deuel

Niels Feijen

Netherlands

0 : 0

Philippines

Roberto Gomez











For more information go to:
www.worldpoolchampionship.com

 

  World Pool Championships 2007


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