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APA members who are currently playing on an active 8-Ball or 9-Ball team, and have attained at least ten League match scores during the past two years in their respective format(s), are eligible to participate in the National Singles Program. At the local level, APA members compete on a Local Qualifier Board consisting of four to eight members with one player advancing on to regional competition. Kasie Warren

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The culmination of the APA Singles Program is the APA National Singles Championships (NSC), which will be held at the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas May 1st - 3rd. This event consists of two individual National Singles championships: 8 Ball Classic and 9-Ball Shootout. Winners of the Regional event will receive lodging and airfare allowance to the Drew McMahon

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came from as far away as Montana to compete. The three tiers for competition in the 8-Ball Classic are: Blue Tier (skill level 2&3) Yellow Tier (skill level 4&5) Purple Tier (skill level 6&7) The winner of the Purple Tier was George Price (SL 7) from East Helena, MT. George’s first match was taken by Robert Cleveland (SL 7) of Tacoma, WA 5 to 2, sending him to the B Side of the Board. After beating

NSC to vie for the $15,000 first place cash & prizes, in their respective tier bracket, for the 8-Ball Classic ($10,000 first place cash & prizes 9Ball Shootout). Malarkey’s Pool & Brew in Tacoma, WA was host to the 2008 APA NW Spring Regionals on February 23rd and 24th. The Regional event was for APA players that won a Local Qualifier Board between June 16th and November 30th of last year. There were 46 players qualified for 8-Ball and 36 for 9-Ball. Some participants

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Robert Alston 5-4, Sam Hoff 5-2 and Travis Babcock 5-4, George and Robert met again in the finals match. Victorious in seeking revenge, he won the match five games to one. Since there were 30 players qualified for the Yellow Tier, two winners would advance. Drew McMahon (SL 5) Bremerton, WA earned one seat. He won his first match against Rob Strobel (4-2), and then lost his second Dave Heuett

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match with Scott Putzier (SL 5) of Woodinville, WA 4-4, only to beat Suwanna Kroll 4-3 to match up against Scott again in the finals match. Drew came out on top 5-1. The second seat went to Mary Jacob (SL 4) Bellevue, WA. She took a direct route through the A side winning her first match against Michelle McCloskey 3-2, no show the second match, defeating Dan Flood 3-1 and in the finals match Larry Abel (SL 4) (APA continued on page 26)


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We here at The Break are excited to bring to the pool playing community as much information about pool as we possibly can. We have instituted several ways to get the word out. You are familiar with The Break. We offer a printed version that can be picked up locally in pool halls, taverns, bars, billiard suppliers through the western United States. The e-Break an exact digital copy of The Break is available online through our website. You can read The Break online page for page. Along with the current issue there are back issues, so if you missed reading about a tournament or some other pool event in the area you can find it in a back issue. If you haven’t been to the website you should check it out. We started OTBnTV to bring more pool to the

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April 2008


13th Annual Western BCA Regional 8-Ball Championships Tops $100,000 Payout; 1220 players Lincoln City Oregon is a beautiful place to visit - especially for 1,220 Western BCA pool players, arriving for the best regional pool tournament in the country! The blue waters of the Pacific Ocean matched the blue felt on 80 Diamond tournament tables, and Chinook Winds Casino and Resort once again was alive with pool players and their entourage. AT THE BEACH IN Players loved the Diamonds and the red circle cue balls. Fifteen separate tournaments were contested, with payouts topping $100,000 for the first time in the 13-year history of this event. Scotch Doubles started on Monday evening, Singles events started Wednesday morning and Team events started on Friday evening. By 10:30 PM Sunday night the last ball had been struck. Between Monday evening and Sunday night tens of thousands of games had been played and champions had emerged. Old-timers and newcomers alike were excited to be in such a great environment for pool. There was something for every skill level and many new players were caught examining the veterans in action, looking

for those skills that make pool such a great game. Where else can you see the old, the young, the handicapped, the rich and the poor all come together to compete against each other? Pool is a sport for the masses and Western BCA tournaments at Chinook Winds have become the ‘big show’ for pool in the Northwest. When an event gets to be the size of these Regional 8-Ball Championships, things change. The big change this year was INCOLN ITY using Diamond tables and red circle cue balls, but one other change was the filming of finals by OTBntV. All of the finals of the Masters’ events were filmed and are viewable on OTBnTV ( on the Western BCA Video Magazine. There are also photo galleries and some interviews with winners and other players. Check it out - Cheese did a fantastic job. OTBnTV also donated a Predator Poison Cue which was given away to Teresa Palmer, Cherry City League. Also, professional photographer Dave Schelske took numerous close-up photos and room shots at the championships. His photos can be viewed and purchased at


On April 19th to 20th 2008, Pool Playing Promotions will be hosting The Desert Shoot-Out Qualifier held at Alexander’s Sports Bar which is the 1st leg of three tournaments to be held in Phoenix, AZ. The Desert Shoot-Out held on April 24th-27th with $25,000.00 being added to the prize fund is the main event being held at The Sheraton Crescent Hotel, which so far has brought in names like Efren Reyes, Johnny Archer, Rodney Morris, Stevie Moore, Thorsten Hohman, Mike Davis, Mika Immonen, Corey Deuel, Louis Ulrich, and many of our favorite locals, including Mitch Ellerman (Winner of the 2008 National Bar-Box 8-Ball Championship held in Reno, NV) and Scott Frost. The last event held will be our Desert Shoot-Out 2nd Chance tournament held on April





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April 2008


13th Annual Tom Scott Memorial 8-Ball Tournament by: Johnny Siefke

Once again Libby was the place where pool players converged to test their skill over the weekend of March 15th. Men and women came from near and far for their shot at a share of the prize money. A total of 135 players in all were entered in the main event, 105 men and 30 women in their respective divisions. Over one hundred players from out of town made the trip to Libby. Friday night was the start of the show at the VFW, as mini tournaments were held throughout the evening, along with the calcutta Tony Etchechoury for the main event. Saturday saw the morning flights in both divisions get underway. Object of Saturday(s play, survive a double-elimination race to four contest to qualify for Sunday. The mens division would send eight players from the morning and eight from the evening flight to Sunday. The women(s division would

qualify four players from each. Sunday morning saw the beginning of a long day of good pool playing, as players advanced onward in the brackets and closer to the top money. Top honors in the women’s division went to Christy Loehding, as she came back to defeat Sheila Moss two straight matches to avenge her earlier loss to Sheila. 1st $666 Christy Loehding 2nd $499 Sheila Moss 3rd $333 Carla Horner 4th $166 Nancy Cornell Mens division saw some great pool played by several along the way to the finals. The championship match pitted Wayne Boyd from the one loss side against Tony Etchechoury who was undefeated thus far. Wayne played very solid in the first match and defeated Tony by the score of 5-2. So it would all come down to a Christy Loehding final race to five. Tony came back to life and captured the title by the score of 5-2. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5/6

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Two Tough Shots By: Bob Jewett of the SFBA

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cue ball. I won’t reveal the way I like until the end of the column, so stop reading now if you want to find your own way first. In Shot B the challenge is to cut the object ball straight into the pocket. Both the cue ball and the object ball are even with the first diamonds from the corner pocket. The shot looks pretty tough when you’re down on it, but a not-so-hard, smooth stroke will do it. With the correct speed, if the cue ball misses the object ball, it will go a total of three table lengths. Most players start out hitting the shot too hard. This is the sort of shot you may need to warm up to. Start with an easier shot — put the cue ball at A. If you can make it three times in a row from there, move to B, and so on, until you get to the diagrammed position. If you have too much trouble even with position A, move the cue ball out to the line and see how thin a shot you can achieve. Shot B is a good one for your snooker-like stance. See if getting your chin almost on the cue stick, or even rubbing on the cue stick improves your accuracy. OK, time for the spoiler. In Shot A the way that works best is to play with some left english and a hair of draw and hit the object ball nearly full. Don’t hit the ball too hard or the english won’t take as well. This is a

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A Post From ... I just got off the phone with Bill Schick who gave me the following information about this cue and it’s current condition. Don Wagner and Bill Schick were friends for more than 30 years. This friendship started before Bill even started making cues. According to Mr. Schick, him and Don purchased cues from Frank Paradise together in 1965, and the cue pictured throughout this post was the cue that Don purchased at that time. When their cues were ready for pick-up they went down to Franks shop and picked up their cues together. While Don loved his cue in all respects, Bill was not as happy with his. At the time Bill had purchased a lower end Paradise, and Don had opted for a High End Fancy model. Now according Bill this incident was greatly responsible for his desire to build cues. Now when Bill was telling this, all I could say is WOW this exchange changed history, and it created one of the most highly respected cue makers in this country today, who still builds his cues by hand with no CNC Machinery. The cue pictured here in this thread was part of that heritage, and this pedigree is very hard if not impossible to top. According to Bill this cue was a Special Paradise Model “D” Black Zephyr due to the extra inlays and work, and the point construction was done by Paradise not, Burton Spain. Bill told me that he had gone to Franks shop on a number of occasions, and actually watched Points being milled in Franks shop, and that the points in this cue were made in Franks shop. All the Mother Pearl inlays in this cue were part of the original construction with the exception of the Boxed Pearl inlays that were inlay-ed when the cue was refinished by Bill Schick. One inlay says Wagner after the cues owner, and the other says Holdem who was Don’s Pit Bull Dog, and according Bill, this dog kinda smiled and had a wounderful disposition for this type of dog. Classic cues made a comment

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Oak Harbor Partners 8-Ball

On Saturday and Sunday, March 2226 teams means there are 52 23, 2008, American Legion Post #129 players. The total income of $280.50 in Oak Harbor, WA, hosted its annual divided by the total number of 52 Partners 8-Ball Tournament, players gives an estimated “greens awarding $3,455 in prize money. fee” of $5.39 per player. This is why The tournament was played on 5 - 4x8 it was written in last month’s wrap-up tables, all located at the American that, after this tournament, the Legion Hall. As experienced last American Legion would be looking month in the Teams 8-Ball into charging “greens fees” in the tournament, having all the play at the neighborhood of $5-6, or possibly Legion, instead of farming matches more, depending upon the specific out to other taverns around town like tournament circumstances. we used to do, made the entire Whatever is done will result in a minor, tournament run much more smoothly, but universally-practiced, imposition and also meant a decent increase to upon the players, offset with a major the Legion Post’s profitability. improvement of tournament 26 out of the 28 teams that signed up, conditions in mind. 1st Place: Eddie Mataya and Tommy Sliva - Federal Way, Wa for a total of 52 players, showed up This year, partners Tommy Sliva and from, as usual, as far south as Tacoma, WA, and as far north as British Eddie Mataya of Federal Way were pretty much the story of the whole Columbia. This was one team more than turned out at the same time last tournament. After surviving a very stiff challenge and barely escaping with year, and 6 places were paid! Once again, $500 was added, instead of the a 7-6 win in their first match of the tournament, Tommy and Eddie blazed their way through the rest of the tournament. Although they had several strongly contended matches along the way, the opportunities and scores seemed to fall mainly to Tommy and Eddie, with final match results appearing somewhat lop-sided. What can you say? Tommy and Eddie simply played a great and COMPLETE tournament! 2nd Place went to LT and Allen Hanson of Tacoma, who were, simply put, the survivors after all of the dust settled between the 3-4 real contenders to get back into the Championship match. LT and Allen wrangled their way through quite a few very tight matches throughout the tournament on their trek back toward the top. Winding up in 3rd Place were Jim Conway and Lance Bauge (Lance arrived in Oak Harbor hot off of a big individual championship just last week in the Open Division of the huge annual western BCA 8-Ball event at Lincoln City, OR — Congrats, Lance!) of the Soundview Bar & Grill, Everett, WA. Jim and Lance narrowly averted disaster in a hot and intense battle against Cody Clark and Miguel Morfin, coming from being down 5-6 to win the match 7-6, to advance to the playoff for 4th Place. Much of Jim and Lance’s play, especially in the later matches, was marked with persistent, patient 2nd Place: Allan Hanson and LT - Tacoma, WA and excellent safety play, and then getting the run-out done when the table $200 previously historically added, to the prize fund by the Legion. was set and the right opportunity came. As was done for last month’s tournament, a Legion Post member donated A breath of fresh air, in 4th Place, were Gary Reeves and Rick Fraser of the money necessary to cover all “greens fees” for the entire weekend. In British Columbia. They both said it had been more than 10 years since the future, modest “greens fees” will be assessed from the players to cover they had ventured south of the border to play in a big tournament. They the income that would normally be earned by the tables if they are not were both pretty upbeat and pleasant characters and played quite opened up to “free” play. comfortably and very well in the Canadian style of pool we have all As an example, with this year’s 26 teams, there were a total of 51 possible consistently seen in such tournaments — wide-open, attacking every matches, including the “if-necessary” final. In a race-to-7, average situation, great accuracy and risk-taking on unusual shots which, quite a tournament match length can be expected to be 11 games (min. of 7, max. bit more often than not, produced the intended beneficial result. of 13 — skewed to one game more than median due to level of competition). And finally, tieing for 5th and 6th Places were Cody Clark and Miguel Morfin This yields an expectation of about 561 total games played in the course of of the Skagit Valley Area, WA, along with Larry Binschus (Burlington, WA) the tournament. At $0.50 per game (yes, our coin-ops are STILL set at and Mike Keife (Bellingham, WA). $0.50 out here in the boondocks!), this adds up to about $280.50 in expected Our gratitude goes to Chuck Hassler, who organized the tournament, and total tournament income from the tables, had they been closed to accept to the staff at the American Legion, most of whom were volunteers, for (Oak Harbor continued on page 25) coins.

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GREAT FALLS, MONTANA March 28, 29, 30, 2008 The owners of the 8 Ball In, treated their customers, pool players and those who were there for the tournament this weekend to a spectacular trick shot exhibition by none other than Tom “Dr. Cue” Rossman, World Champion and World Class Entertainer. Dr. Cue astounded a standing room only crowd. OTBnTV was there to capture Dr. Cue’s show. Free video of his performance is online at just click on the Wild West Shootout Video Magazine. The tournament started on Saturday with 58 men and 17 women which Stephanie Crawford was less than anticipated perhaps due to the weather or the high gasoline prices. This did not diminish the quality of players as well as their play that lasted throughout Saturday and well into the night. The race was to 9 on both sides for both men and women. The players took advantage of the 8 Ball In’s accommodations with a full bar, and full kitchen and a wait staff second to none. By the time the dust cleared Saturday and all the players had shot their last shot, 16 men and 4 women returned Sunday at 10 am Ladies Division 1st $370 Stephanie Crawford, Great Falls, MT 2nd $275 Phyllis Fernandez, Spokane, WA 3rd $185 Sky Tigart, Great Falls, MT 4th $95 Lori Warnell, Billings, MT

for a redraw of the brackets. Stephanie Crawford showed a brilliant comeback after being down 8-0 in the first set to Phyllis Fernandez which she lost 9-3. The second set was a reversal, Stephanie played near flawless 9-Ball while taking advantage of Phyllis’ missed shots and mistakes to pull out the double elimination win. The men’s finals saw Edwin Montal jump out to a lead that he never relinquished. Tyler Edey who won last year’s 9-Ball event was unable to overtake Edwin’s superb playing and finished second. filmed the women’s and men’s finals and it is available online to watch free. The 8-Ball In would like to thank everybody who took the time to show up and play and hope to see you for the next Wild West Shootout.

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Men’s Division 1st $1100 Edwin Montal, Calgary, AB 2nd $825 Tyler Edey, Calgary, AB 3rd $550 Sean McKay, Medicine Hat, AB 4th $275 Jeff Boucher, Bozeman, MT 5/6 $150 Damien Alishan, Los Angeles, CA. Jim Winter, Billings, MT 7/8 $100 Bob Gray, Missoula, MT. Art St Germaine, Great Falls, MT 9-12 $50 Gary Tarasenco, Red Deer, AB. Wade Thompson, GF, MT Pete Quande, Missoula, MT. Wayne Boyd, Nespelam, WA 13-16 $25 Bob Paranteau, Great Falls, MT. Jack Madden, St Ignatius, MT Seth King, Bozeman, MT. Brett Van Voast, Spokane, WA

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By: Shari Ross

The Soundview Bar & Grill and P.C.’s Pub held the Women’s Everett Invitational tournament Feb. 23rd & 24th. This was a 4 person team event with 7 teams comprised of some of WA and B.C.’s strongest women players all vying for their share of the prize pool which was sweetened by $500 by the host bars. Playing a Round Robin seemed to be the best format for everyone involved and to truly determine “THE BEST”.

4 Non-Blondes: (l to r) Regene Wentzell, Tamre Geene Rogers, Brenda Willis, Jennifer Wishinski

Play got underway Saturday morning with most teams feeling like they had a shot at 1st place. That was until 3 of the 7 teams went 15-1 the first round. With Fab Four: (l to r) Melanie Elder, Alisha Rodgers, a start like that it Shari Ross, Bernie Foster was bound to be an exciting tournament for both players and spectators alike. Every team had their shining star but one player in particular made sure this would hold

and a special thanks to Ed Slade for running it. 1st $680 4 Non- Blondes 2nd $420 Fab Four 3rd $280 Smokin

Smokin: (l to r) Sherry Griffin Janie Reckard Angela Jensen Leah Hurst

true, with a record of 23-1, Tamre Gene Rogers was not only on the winning team but was definitely the tournament M.V.P. Congrats Tamre on a feat probably not to be repeated in the near future. As for the rest of the field there was much to see... many table runs, beautiful safeties, and of course sportsmanship at its best. We would all like to thank The Soundview, & P.C.’s Pub for hosting the event

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Scott Frost Wins Arizona Desert Classic Tour First Stop to settle for a fourth place finish. Mendoza and Ellerman then played with the loser getting third place while PHOENIX, AZ the winner advanced to the finals The 2008 Arizona Desert Classic Tour against Frost. Ellerman jumped out got off to a roaring start on March 15th to a quick lead only to watch Mendoza & 16th. The first leg of this new tour fighting back and win the set forcing was held at Alexander’s Sports Bar Ellerman to settle for third. The finals and was a 10-Ball event played on 7' were set with Mendoza facing Frost Diamond Smart Tables. Scott Frost for the championship. The final won the tournament when he defeated match was an extended race to (13) Jimmy Mendoza in the finals. Mitch and was a one race final. Frost Ellerman finished third and Dave jumped out to the lead but Mendoza Hemmah finished fourth. The tour fought back again and pulled to withdirectors are Dennis in one game at 8-7. Frost, however, Orender and Jimmy Mendoza and the Chuck Bobbitt, Scott Frost, Jimmy Mendoza, Dennis Orender was not to be denied. Frost closed tour is title sponsored by Chuck the match out with his never ending Bobbitt of Visual Impressions. brilliant play and won the match and tournament with a 13-9 finals win. Play started on Saturday, March 15th with fifty-seven players from Arizona, Mendoza settled for second. California, Colorado, and New Mexico. Saturday’s play continued until the The eight and under player finishing highest and winning the eight and field was reduced to sixteen, all of which would be in the cash when they under side pot was Al Terpstra. Along with Visual Impressions, the 2008 returned on Sunday. Returning on Sunday with one loss were Mike Pankoff, Arizona Desert Classic Tour is sponsored by Dale Teague Custom Cues, Chris Paradowski, Dave Wiseman, Brian Begay, Mike Sandoval, Ben On Q Cases, the web site, The Law Offices of Hrabina, Chuck Evans, and Adam King. Returning on Sunday with no Aldon G. Terpstra, Keith Nickerson Custom Cues, Az Billiards Info losses were Jimmy Mendoza, Bobby Ast, Scott Frost, Dennis Orender, Newspaper, Graphic Design and Leather Dave Hemmah, Pete Lhotka, Mike Williams, and Mitch Ellerman. Wraps by Jeff Pranke, Tiger Products, Nick Varner Custom Cues, and As Sunday’s play moved along, the final two on the winners side and the Rixx Images. .......... The next leg of the tour will be a big table 8-Ball event two playing for the hot seat were Scott Frost and Mitch Ellerman. Scott played on April 12th & 13th at Main Street Billiards in Tucson. Please see defeated Mitch to gain the hot seat and send Mitch to the one-loss side. below for the top sixteen of Leg #1. The players still alive on the one-loss side at this time were Mike Pankoff, Jimmy Mendoza, Bobby Ast, and Dave Hemmah. Mendoza then defeated TOURNAMENT PAYOUTS - Includes Side Pots Pankoff and Hemmah defeated Ast leaving Pankoff and Ast tied for 5th/6th. 9/12 $100 Pete Lhotka 1st $1540 Scott Frost The next match-up pitted old friends Mendoza and Hemmah against each Dave Wiseman 2nd $765 Jimmy Mendoza other. Mendoza defeated Hemmah in a hill/hill match forcing Dave Hemmah Mike Sandoval 3rd $635 Mitch Ellerman Chuck Evans 4th $440 Dave Hemmah 13/16 $75 Chris Paradowski 5/6 $200 Mike Pankoff Brian Begay Bobby Ast Ben Hrabina 7/8 $150 Dennis Orender Adam King Mike Williams Article





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In the eight years that the North vs. South Cactus Cup Challenge has been played, never before has there been a finish like what took place during this years challenge. The 2008 Cup started at Main Street Billiards in Tucson on Sunday, March 2nd. The South squad jumped to an early lead when their (10) rated players, Dave Capone & Kevin Peterson, both won over the North's Tyson Cole & Tres Kane. Next up in Tucson were the (6) rated players. The North's Jodie Villegas & Lance Smyth both won over the South's Abby Bentley & Chris Amadori to even the score at 2-2. The (7) rated players were next. The North's Jim Pennington defeated Nicky Hayashi (S) while the South's John Wells defeated the North's Mark Nelson. The score now stood at 3-3 until the South won the Scotch Doubles match between the (7's) to take a 4-3 lead. From this point forward the South dominated by winning every match played the rest of the day. The (8's) and the (9's) from the South, Tim Christopher, Jim Bentley, Ricardo Camarena, and Andy Kucher all won creating a huge 8-3 lead after leg #1. The North was in the biggest hole they had ever experienced in the eight years of the Challenge. Leg #2 would take place the following Sunday on the North's home court at Alexander's. The North would definitely have their work cut out for them on March 9th. On March 9th, the North started leg #2 by playing their six rated players who had both won the previous week in Tucson. Both North 6's won again. Jodie Villegas & Lance Smyth defeated the South's Chris Amadori & Russ Hopkins. These two North wins narrowed the overall gap MON - FRI: 2PM - 2AM SAT & SUN: NOON - 2AM

2008 Cactus Cup to 8-5. The North matched up the 10's next. Tyson Cole (N) lost to the South's Kevin Peterson while the North's Tres Kane fought back from a huge hole in his match against Dave Capone to keep the South's lead to just three points, 9-6. The South 10's then defeated the North's 10's in scotch doubles to take a 10-6 lead. At this point it did not look real good for the North team. With the North in trouble and facing must wins to stay alive, the North's Bernie Store and Susan Williams both won over the South's Olivia Jackson and Tim C h r i s t o p h e r. These two huge North wins brought the North back with-in two points. The over-all score now stood at 10-8, South. The North put their 9's up next. Pete Gresh Sr. &



would once again give the South the 2008 Cup. Sure enough the North pulled it out and the Cup was still up for grabs. The overall score at this point was 11-10 South. The only rating left to play in the 2nd and last leg of the challenge were the seven rated players. The South's John Wells defeated the North's Tony Spade to give the South a two point lead at 1210. The other (7's) match was the North's Sara Miller playing the South's Nicky Hayashi. A win by Nicky in this match would once again close the North out. It did not happen. Nicky got on the hill but Sara battled back and won the match hill/ hill. That win kept the North alive again. The over all score now stood 12-11 South. The math was simple from here. If the South won the scotch match between the 7's, the 2008 Cup would be theirs for only the second time in eight years. If the North could win this match, the overall score would be tied and the tie breaker would have to be played. In a nail biter, the North fell behind again 6-4 in the race to seven. The South was one game away from the Cup while the North needed three games to force the tie. Sure enough Sara and Tony fought back to even the match hill/hill then won the match when Tony snapped the nine on the hill/hill game to finally, after two weeks of play, get the North even overall at 12-12. This was the first time in eight years that the Challenge ended in a tie. As decided years ago by the North captain Ron Merseal and the South


Brandon Butler would be playing the South's Ricardo Camarena & Andy Kucher. Brandon lost to Ricardo to increase the South lead to three points, 11-8. Pete fell behind in his match to Andy. A loss by Pete would have given the South a four point lead and the North would have been mathematically eliminated. Pete, however, came back and won over Andy hill/hill. The North was captain Bob Jackson, any tie would be broke by still alive but still behind, over-all, 11-9. playing one more match with both captains The North 9's would have to play a Scotch Doubles match against the South 9's. A loss by North Phoenix the North in this match Spring 2008 Pool Leagues


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selecting a player from their teams to play that match. Both players would be racing to their handicap. Ron Merseal selected Tres Kane for the tie breaker. Bob Jackson selected Kevin Peterson. The race would be a straight race to ten games. This one match would decide who would be the 2008 Cactus Cup Champions. Tres completed the North's fantastic, never say die comeback, and kept the Cup in the hands of the North for another year, when he defeated Kevin 10-5. Until this final tie breaker match won



by the "Big Daddy", the North had never led since they were ahead 3-2 way back early in leg #1 back in Tucson the previous week. Tres Kane was selected MVP of this years Challenge. I want to thank all the North players for what they accomplished in this years Challenge. At least four times they were faced with having to win or being eliminated. Every time they won and most times they had to come back in those matches. They were down but never out. They fought like Champions and EARNED the title of 2008 North vs. South Cactus Cup Champions. Ron Merseal

Leg #1 Played On March 2nd, 2008 at Main Street Billiards Tucson Leg #2 Played On March 9th, 2008 at Alexanders in Phoenix North Wins 2008 Cactus Cup With Unbelievable Comeback RESULTS FROM LEG #1 - MAIN STREET BILLIARDS TUCSON "10" Rated players Dave Capone (South) defeated Tres Kane (North): South Leads 1-0 Kevin Peterson (South) defeated Tyson Cole (North): South Leads 2-0 "6" Rated players Lance Smyth (North) defeated Abby Bentley (South): South Leads 2-1 Jodie Villagas (North) defeated Chris Amanori (South): Tied 2-2 "7" Rated players Jim Pennington (North) defeated Nicky Hayashi (South): North Leads 3-2 John Wells (South) defeated Mark Nelson (North): Tied 3-3 South 7's defeated North 7's Scotch Doubles: South Leads 4-3 "8" Rated players Jim Bentley (South) defeated Bernie Store (North): South Leads 5-3 Tim Christopher (South) defeated Steve Stowers (North): South Leads 6-3 "9" Rated players Ricardo Camarena (South) defeated Brandon Butler (North): South Leads 7-3 Andy Kachur (South) defeated Pete Gresh (North): South Leads 8-3

RESULTS FROM LEG #2 - ALEXANDER'S SPORTS BAR, PHOENIX "6" Rated players Jodie Villegas (North) defeated Chris Amadori (South): South Leads 8-4 Lance Smyth (North) defeated Russ Hopkins (South): South Leads 8-5 "10" Rated players Kevin Peterson (South) defeated Tyson Cole (North): South Leads 9-5 Tres Kane (North) defeated Dave Capone (South): South Leads 9-6 South 10's defeated North 10's Scotch Doubles: South Leads 10-6 "8" Rated players Susan Williams (North) defeated Olivia Jackson (South): South Leads 10-7 Bernie Store (North) defeated Tim Christopher (South): South Leads 10-8 "9" Rated players Ricardo Camarena (South) defeated Brandon Butler (North): South Leads 11-8 Pete Gresh Sr. (North) defeated Andy Kachur (South): South Leads 11-9 North 9's defeated South 9's Scotch Doubles: South Leads 11-10 "7" Rated players John Wells (South) defeated Tony Spade (North): South Leads 12-10 Sara Miller (North) defeated Nicky Hayashi (South): South Leads 12-11 North 7's defeated South 7's Scotch Doubles: Tied 12-12 Tie Breaker Tres Kane (North) defeated Kevin Peterson (South): North Wins 13-12

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And no, I’m not referring to “teaching an old dog new tricks.” That’s a different article. About three years ago, I was teaching Vegas, my white lab, to “wave” on command. Following the guidance of a book full of doggy tricks I had purchased, I could sort of get him to do it. He struggled a bit, gave me that tilted-head look of confusion, and just tried to get the treat from my hand. We worked on it for about 45 minutes and I just let him go play. The next evening, I called him over, had him sit in front of me, and along with the waving hand gesture, I said, “wave.” Well, low and behold, on his very first attempt, he was waving. Without any assistance from me at all, he had remembered everything we Samm Diep worked on and was waving on his own. Nowadays, all I have to do is make the hand gesture and a little white paw comes creeping up. Not to compare us with dogs, but I couldn’t help noticing an uncanny parallel after a difficult practice session the other day. I’d recently been struggling with my stroke hand inadvertently inching slightly back on my cue whenever my adrenaline starts pumping. I don’t always notice it when it’s happening. I just notice something feels a little off and I miss the shot. On Monday afternoon, I had a three hour practice session where, before every single shot, I checked my perpendicular to make sure my hand was in the correct spot. Initially, it felt so awkward, like I was way too far forward. I didn’t care. I forced myself to shoot it anyway. Most of the time, I would make the shot. Sometimes, I was so flustered I would screw something else up. I struggled. Admittedly, I was frustrated. I felt so inconsistent and wasn’t even sure if I was making any progress at all. I finished my practice feeling a bit deflated and left with my tail between my legs. On Tuesday night, I screwed my cues together, determined to get to the bottom of this. As usual, I threw some balls out and just stroked some shots in to warm up; with some big powerful strokes. It was like a miracle. Everything I was forcing myself to so consciously do the day before was all happening on its own. I could see the shots. My stance and stroke hand all fell right into place. It was effortless. I was thrilled. I had made progress. Forcing myself to the brink of madness the day before wasn’t all for nothing. Like Vegas, I had successfully learned a new trick. I absorbed as much as I could on the first day and when I gave myself a break and returned to the table refreshed, it all sunk in. PLEASE BE SURE TO VISIT POOLTIPJAR.COM. You can take polls, view article archives, and read tournament and training updates. SAMM DIEP, “CHERRY BOMB” HOUSE PRO AT TABLE STEAKS EAST IN AURORA, COLORADO AUTHOR OF “YOU MIGHT BE A D PLAYER IF... (101 CLASSIC MOVES THAT ALL POOL PLAYERS CAN APPRECIATE)” VISIT: WWW.SAMMSPOCKET.COM FUN & UNIQUE PRODUCTS FOR POOL PLAYERS - ALSO CHECK OUT: POOLTIPJAR.COM RANDOM SMATTERINGS OF POOL THOUGHTS & ARTICLES

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Montana Women’s State 8-Ball Doubles From: Dick Jones, Event Coordinator/Manager

Final Standings Women’s State Eight Ball Doubles Championships This tournament was played Saturday and Sunday February 23rd and 24th, 2008 at Eagles Club #326 - Downtown Bozeman, Montana. What a great turn out we had with 39 teams coming from around the state. I would like to note that we did have players from as far away as Cut Bank, Billings, Anaconda, Whitehall, Butte, Helena, Livingston, Emigrant and Great Falls. Thank you for coming so far. And for sure, I need to thank all the local players for taking part in this tournament. The prize fund total for this tournament was $1580. There was $800 added 1st Tina Hansen/Loreen Carey Bozeman/Manhattan $550 2nd Sky Tigart/Erika Wise Great Falls $330 3rd Katie Laird/Anne Swainson Emigrant $240 4th Frankie Tigart/Jan Higgins Great Falls $140 5/6 Mary Assmus/Krystal Kindred Butte $90 Gloria Scott/Lori Warnell Billings $90 7/8 Candice Evans/Aimee Neel Belgrade $70 Becka Larkin/Cathy Hellwitz Livingston/Helena $70 Second Chance Singles 1st Kitty Medina Butte $85 2nd Lindsey Boggs Butte $65 3rd Kathy McCormick Butte $40 4th Angie Longfox Butte $20 I wish to thank all the ladies for coming to this tournament. Without a doubt it was an absolutely awesome field of the finest quality women players in the State of Montana. Again thank you players for a great and entertaining fun weekend.


On March 17th, Malarkey’s Pool & Brew in Tacoma, WA held its 1st annual St Patricks Day Mixed Scotch Doubles Tournament. Entry was $10 per team and the House added 100%. Format was 8 Ball, double elimination, race to 2. With fun being the primary objective, twelve teams battled it out for a part of the $240 prize money. Local favorites, Clara Silvas and Don Wirtaman whipped through the upper part of the tournament bracket to play against the local UNfavorites, the bar owners, Michelle Barkdoll and Clark Smith for the Point. Michelle & Clark won the match with help from those ever so wonderful ‘rolls’. Stacy Medina and Steve Clardy lost their first match against Jasmine Nephew and Frank Martinez sending them to the B side. Winning their next five matches, Stacy & Steve met up against Clara & Don. The match going hill to hill, Stacy and Steve were victorious once again. Stacy and Steve would now have to play Michelle and Clark for ‘all the cheese on mars’. Somehow between mutual thoughts of strangulation ? and days of missing straight-in balls, Michelle and Clark ‘saw the light’ and won the match. 1st $144 Michelle Barkdoll/Clark Smith 2nd $72 Stacy Medina/Steve Clardy 3rd $24 Clara Silvas/Don Wirtaman Thanks to all the teams that participated! Stay tuned for future scotch doubles tournaments where they may be a ‘beat the owners’ bounty! ?


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K IDS THE WINNERS Combining opportunities to challenge top pros with a pool raffle put $2,300 in the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) coffers at last week’s Hopkins Super Billiards Expo. The fundraiser was made possible by the generous donation by Brunswick Billiards for the pool table raffle, a booth courtesy of Expo producers Dawn & Allen Hopkins, and pro players who provided exciting challenge matches. Professional billiard players donating their time to assist in the charity challenge were: Artistic Pool Masters Championship participants Andy Segal, Bruce Barthelette and Tim Chin; WPBA Pro Players: Ga Young Kim and Allison Fisher; and UPA Pro Players: Mika Immonen, Mike Jackson, Raj Hundal and Tim Hill. Several volunteers assisted BEF to make this a successful fundraiser: Bob Hess, Martyne Backman and Roger Gross. The Brunswick pool table was won by Pam Burns of Conowingo, MD. Ms. Burns is ecstatic about the opportunity to play pool at home with her 15 year old son, Dustin Majerowicz. Dustin will be practicing and intends to qualify for the 2008 BEF Junior National 9- Ball Championships which will be held at the University of Arizona, Tucson this summer. The BEF would like to wholeheartedly thank everyone whose donations, time and commitment help to build youth billiard programs and support the future of our sport.


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Portlander Dane Lovell also took hundreds of pictures, which will be featured on the Western BCA website at The first champions crowned were in the Open Mixed Scotch Doubles, where 109 couples competed. The

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final was a study in contrasts and opposites. On the one hand were Bobby Campbell and Molly Oliver of 1st Place Women’s Master Singles Western Washington BCA Pool Jackie Fitchner League, young, talented, fearless, and relatively “new” to Western BCA competition. On the other hand were Guy and Robbin Iredale out of Juan de Fuca Pool League, long-time pool players and no strangers to WBCA regional tournaments. The final was actually the second meeting of these two pairs as they played each other in the hill match of the winner’s side earlier in the tournament. That meeting sent the veterans into the loser’s side of the bracket, hoping to get another shot at the new kids. After waiting until the loser’s side of the bracket caught up with them, the Iredales played a very tough couple (Ernie Omori and Vicki Knutson of Sno-King BCA Pool League who finished 3rd) and got their wish for a replay. The final match was hard fought and played with skill and strategy. The final score was 5-3 for Campbell and Oliver, who played well throughout the match and proved to be too much for their opponents to 1st Place Men’s Open B Singles Cody Johnson handle on their way to the title. Bobby

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involved in Singles and Team events. Bill Rosenberry and Faye Fang won the hill and looked like the winners, but Steve Lingelbach and Carissa Biggs came through the loser’s bracket and won the first final match to force the sudden death final. Steve and Carissa won the finals with solid play. When the event started, Faye 1st Place Women’s Senior Singles was an Open player, but after she Pam Carraway played in the Singles, she finished the event as a Master. The powerhouse team of Mike Stevens and Jackie Fitchner finished 3rd in their first time playing together. Russell Cearley and Kris Robbins, from the Eugene area, finished in 4th place. After an early exit from last year’s Men’s Master Singles, Glenn Atwell returned as the 8-Ball champion for the fifth time. Glenn beat last year’s champion, Dan Louie, in a classic match-up. In the finals Dan jumped out to a 3-1 lead, but missed a tough masse on the 8-ball when he came up short on shape in a nice run in the 5th game. That let Glenn get back in the match, and he never looked back as he ran out several times, winning the match 7-3. Matt Horner of Salem, who played Glenn for the point, took 3rd, while veteran Don Wirtaman took 4th. 1st Place Men’s Open A Singles Miguel Morfin The Women’s Master Singles champion is Jackie Fitchner, with a win over the ‘winningest’ woman in Western BCA history, Cindy Doty. Cindy

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from the winning men’s open team finished 4th. Welcome to the Masters, gentlemen. Eve Stockstill finally broke through to win the Women’s Open Singles. Her game has really picked up and she won the final match over a tough newcomer in Molly Oliver by a score of 5-3. Western BCA secretary Cindy Rosenthal took 3rd and 1st Place Women’s Master Team: NPL-Chix 1st Place Open Scotch Doubles Faye Fang finished 4th. Jackie Fitchner, Mary Hopkin, Andrea Saenz-Maes, Cindy Doty, Liz Cole Bobby Campbell, Molly Oliver Welcome to the came out of the loser’s bracket and beat Jackie 7-6, Masters, ladies. forcing a winner-take-all match. Jackie came out firing, The winner of the Men’s Open B Singles event is Cody winning the first two games. In game 3, she ran down to Johnson. Cody outlasted a field of 285 to become a the 8-ball, but hung it up in the corner. Cindy looked like champion. Peni Misa from Salem was 2nd, John Aranda she would get out, but didn’t. Jackie won the game and from Portland was 3rd and Ryan Busto from Spokane was unstoppable after that, taking the championship by a was 4th. 7-0 score and showing the skills that earned her a 2nd The Men’s Senior Singles champion is Jeff Baker. Owen place finish in the Masters’ Singles at the BCA Pool League Miller was the runner-up in the battle of Tacoma players. (BCAPL) nationals in Las Vegas last year. Liz Cole Women’s Senior Singles champion is Pam Carraway of finished 3rd and Wanda Plummer took 4th. Port Angeles, who won her 3rd different championship! The winners of the Women’s Master Singles and the Men’s Pam beat Martina Nelson of Astoria for the title. Master Singles events will receive free entries into the In the Novice Men’s division, Kasey Hamm went BCAPL nationals in May in Las Vegas. The entries were undefeated and won the first place plaque and a free compliments of BCAPL CEO, Mark Griffin. Joining Jackie 1st Place Women’s Open Singles entry into the Men’s Open B Singles at the next Eve Stockstill and Glenn in getting free entries will be the 9-ball Men’s championships. Kevin Delaney, from just down the road Open Singles runner-up, Marvin Holmes, and the (Diamonds continued page 20) Women’s 9-ball Open Singles 3rd place finisher, Cathy Duenas. The winner of the Men’s Open A Singles event is Miguel Morfin, from the Seattle area. Miguel became the favorite in the field of 162 after he won the

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in South Lincoln County, finished 2nd after losing 4-1 to Kasey in the finals. Antje McKinley, from the Seattle area, topped Cindy Link from Astoria in the Women’s Novice Singles field of 26 women. Janet Tucker for South Lincoln County took 3rd. All three ladies will receive plaques and free entry in the next Women’s Open Singles event. The zenith events of the tournament are the Team Championships. In the Men’s Master Team event, teams can be formed from players throughout the association, allowing only one grand master per team. This new concept again proved to work well. Last year’s Team Champion had to pass the torch. The Men’s Master team final pitted two worthy opponents

match had Wu Clan taking a early lead and holding on to win 13-11, surviving the assault from Ph.D. (Pool Hall Doctors), composed of Glenn Atwell, Pat Schumacher, Ken Dodd, Andrew Monstis, Pat Gamble and new player Damian Rebman. Wu Clan took a big lead in the match and PhD. fought back to put the pressure on Wu Clan. Last year’s champion team, playing as KC Midway this year, lost a chance to get back to the finals when Ph.D. beat them 13-7 in the loser’s bracket final. The Women’s Master Team champion was the loaded team, NPL-Chix. Teammates Jackie Fitchner, Cindy Doty and Liz Cole finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Women’s Master Singles, and with the talented Mary Hopkin and Andrea Saenz-Maes added to the mix, there was little doubt this team would be a force. But the Pond Sharks team gave them a battle, with Josie LeRoy as the only veteran Master, up-and-coming Eve Stockstill and Faye Fang, who finished 1st and 4th respectively in the Women’s Open Singles, and Brenda Bartholomew and Anna Busley rounding out the team. The Other Team, with top players Phyllis Fernandez and Mary Olson, finished 3rd. The Women’s Open Team champion is Character #2, sponsored by Quinault Beach Resort Casino. This was probably the most surprising finish of the Championships. No one predicted the veteran team from Aberdeen would win. In the finals, they ran up against a tough Driving 101 Returns team, captained by two-time returning champion, Shirley Morgan, who was looking for a personal ‘threepeat’, but it was not to be. Arlene Delacruz, just 6 weeks past major surgery, helped lead the Aberdeen gals, Joanie Beaty, Sheila Aldrich, Patsy Elders and Candy Knutson to the win. Character #2 had first class

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another chance to grab the brass ring. John Evans, Darrell Schulden, Mike White and Steve Myers added Ron Ok and Mike Medlock to the mix, and this time they came away as champions. The road wasn’t easy but the final match against PC’s #1 went as they hoped. PC’s #1 with brothers J. Keith and Brian Johnson, Miguel Morfin, Adam Stromberg and Steve Kielow from the Seattle area had a good run to finish second. Two Tacoma teams, Q’s Cruisers and Schooner Predators finished 3rd and 4th. Tuesday night was mini-tournament heaven, with over 50 separate tournaments run by Stacy and Alex. Also on Tuesday night, the popular 10-ball ring games were held. In the Master’s ring game, Jeff Jerome did it again by taking the top prize over 12 other players. Each player put in $100 and play started on 3 tables. By the time the players were whittled down to one table 6 players remained, Jim Conway, Jeff Jerome, Ivan Doty, Robert Colby, Todd Speakman and Matt Bryan. Jeff got down to his last chip but turned it around to pocket $900, while Ivan took $400 for 2nd. In the Open ring game, seven players put up their $100, and Miguel Morfin took 1st, good for $500, with Jeff Coates winning $200 for 2nd. On Sunday night, another ring game - bank pool - started, and many think it may be a future event. Chinook Winds Casino is a great place to have this event since there is so much to do in Lincoln City. The beach was great as always and Lincoln City has many nice places to eat, shop and rest between matches. Chinook Winds opened the door wide to make everyone feel welcome. When people weren’t playing pool or gambling Women's Novice Singles - 26 entries 1st McKinley, Antje Sno-King Trophy 2nd Link, Cindy Lwr Col.-Clatsop Trophy 3rd Tucker, Janet So Lincoln Cnty Trophy 4th Verlinde, April Northwest Players 5-6 Clinton, Nalean Cherry City Johnson, Nancy Sno-King Men's Novice Singles - 8 entries 1st Hamm, Kasey Cascade Trophy 2nd Delaney, Kevin So. Lincoln Cnty Trophy Men's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5-6 7-8 9-12



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they were playing on the beach and visiting the local community. Gary Benson ran the brackets, showing why he is the absolute best under trying conditions. Veteran Master player Ted Woodward gave up playing in the tournament to help Gary keep the tournament flowing. Thanks, Ted! The tighter corner pockets on the Diamond tables added time to some of the matches and that caused some very late matches almost every night. Diamond Promotions and Ric Jones provided 80 tables in great condition and they were in full use. Chinook Winds Casino Resort added $10,000 to the event. It was a pleasure to work with the Chinook Winds crew including Bob, Keith, Kelli, Melissa and Belinda. BCAPL added $2,300, and thanks goes out to the people at the top who make it happen, Mark Griffin, David Vandenberghe (who was sighted at Lincoln City) and Bill and Glenna Stock. Thank you all very much! The best full color tournament program in history happened this year. Its high quality and professional look added greatly to raise the awareness of the Western BCA and our tournaments. It included player profiles, past winners, rules and advertisements by some of the great supporters of pool in the Northwest. The grand prize drawing was a 5-day stay at a Horizon Rentals location on the Oregon Coast. Thank you, Horizon Rentals! The lucky grand prizewinner was Larry Maes, from Tacoma. Congratulations, Larry! Many door prizes were (Diamonds continued page 24) Women’s Master Teams - 10 entries 1st NPL - Chix Northwest Players $2,270 Cole, Liz/Doty, Cindy/Fitchner, Jackie/ Hopkin, Mary/Saenz-Maes, Andrea 2nd Pond Sharks Northwest Players $1,155 Bartholemew, Brenda/Busley, Anna/Fang, Faye/ LeRoy, Josie/Stockstill, Eve 3rd The Other Team Sno-King $585 Avlon, Margie/Fernandez, Phylis/ Locati, Shelby/Olson, Mary/Seal, Natalie 4th Jacks Voo Doo Dolls W Washington $300 Women's Open Teams - 37 entries 1st Q B R Characters #2 Thurston Cnty $1,680 Aldrich, Sheila/Beaty, Joanie/ Delacruz, Arlene/Elders, Patsy/Knutson, Candy 2nd Driving 101 Returns NPL $1,235 Eilts, Stacy/Martell, Dolly/Morgan, Shirley Price, Kathy/Verlinde, April 3rd Robin's Chicks Players Club $910 Baker, Julie/Easley, Rebecca/ Kinney, Laurie/Ross, Lani/Sherman, Deanna 4th Got Rail? Emerald Valley $670 5-6 Hannah's Racks Thurston Cnty $495 Noel's Slick Stiix Sno-King $495 7-8 Girls Night Out Cherry City $365 Power Stroke Girls Emerald Valley $365 9-12 3 B's & 2 C's NPL $270 Out Of Towners Cherry City $270 Tell It Like It Is Cherry City $270 The Pink Ladies W Washington $270 13-16 Brew & Cue 4 Shots & Giggles Emerald Valley $200 Diamond Dolls Lwr Col-Clatsop $200 Restored Inland $200 Scoreboard II Umpqua Valley $200

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PORT ANGELES, WA March 1-2, 2008 We would like to thank everyone for coming to The New Peking for the Juan De Fuca Mixed Scotch Doubles Tournament. From top rated players to newcomers, it was a great tournament. Eddie Mataya/Mikki Small and Kevin Fong/Melissa Rushton played for the point; Eddie and Mikki came out strong with 6-2 lead, with Kevin and Melissa fighting back to be defeated 7-5. Pat Gamble/Cathy Gamble lost their first match to Kevin and Melissa 7-5, but despite Cathy not feeling well they came all the way

back to defeat them 6-4 to advance to the finals against Eddie and Mikki; it was a tight match at 55, Pat and Cathy had an opportunity to win the first set, but Eddie and Mikki came out on top 7-5. We would like to send a special thanks out to some of the newcomers including Aleisha Autrey, Trixie Miles, and Barbara Heiman for having the courage and heart to play in a high caliber tournament for their first time. It’s very inspiring to see new players participate in these tournaments, and we hope to see more of them in the future.

MIXED SCOTCH DOUBLES RESULTS 1st Eddie Mataya/Mikki Small $900 2nd Pat Gamble/Cathy Gamble $600 3rd Kevin Fong/Melissa Rushton $320 4th Brenda Willis/Gord Willis $200 5/6 Scott Thurston/Molly Oliver $100 Micheal J./Natalie Seals $100

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clothing, cups and hats for sale to commemorate the event. given out, including embroidered denim jackets, zip up hoodies, cues, On the Wire/Billiard and Barstools, 911 Billiards and Dave Lauer’s Parlor cases, jewelry, pool instruction books and glasses donated by Rodder’s Billiards took up vendor spaces. They worked long hours, providing Pub and Grub in Oregon City. Chinook products and services for all the Winds provided $500 in prizes players. Chinook Winds provided a purchased from venders at event. food court and no host bar, and their The “Best Dressed Women’s Team” support was appreciated. was “Got Rail” from Emerald Valley And of course the referees, Darryl League. This sharp looking team Farley, Rick Doner, Pat Mowdy, Jerry helped represent the Western BCA in Salois, Hal Sparrow and Kelly a first-rate way. Reynolds worked long hours to cover Emerald Valley wins the most the late night matches. They had extra supportive league award by pressure on them because the rules volunteering to the max! Stacy were new to many of the players, so Sherman, Alex and Dayle Stroup, they not only served as referees, but Darcy Moss and Cindy Rosenthal as rules instructors as well. Great job (when she wasn’t playing), were real 1st Place Men’s Open Team: Short Yellow Bus #6 guys! BCAPL sent the talented workhorses, stepping in and doing Schulden, Darrell/White, Mike/Medlock, Mike/Evans, John/Myers, Steve/Oh, Ron instructor Ken Shuman to Lincoln City anything that needed doing. Nate and to give a National Referee Certification Class prior to the start of the Cathy Dunford also put in many hours volunteering to make things run tournament. All of the refs were National Certified and 4 new referees, smooth. Alex ran mini-tournaments and 2nd Chance tournaments, worked Robbin Iredale, Stacy Sherman, Rodney Ward and Sam Rabito took the on the podium and in general saw to it that if help was needed he was class and received their National Certification by getting their floor time there! Dayle ran the Western BCA store and answered questions between during the Championships. Congratulations! playing pool and making jewelry. Dayle has become a big part of what it So, the 8-Ball Championships are over... players and spectators alike takes to make the podium and store work. Of course, Western BCA’s already are looking forward to the next Western BCA event. That will be the treasurer and paymaster, Joyce Gumm, put out checks at a record pace, 11th Annual Western BCA Regional 9-Ball Championships on the week of with help from Sassy Campbell. More checks, more work, more happy October 20th, 2008. Leagues are growing larger each year and more players, it was all in a day’s work for Joyce and Sassy. leagues are interested in joining in the fun. If you like pool and want to play Other volunteers included Bill Henderson, Sam Rabito, Andrew Monstis, against the best or the up-and-coming players in the Northwest, then join a Mike and Rosie Jensen, Terry Ludwig, Jason Miller, Kurt Hamm, Tom Moss, Western BCA league near you. If you don’t have a league in your area, Steve Marker and Kathi Giles. Joyce Gumm was the person behind the contact Bill Henderson at and we may find a great shirt and program cover design, and she and Starla Mixon handled league or help you start a league. Once you come to a regional tournament the program advertising, while Sassy Campbell was responsible for you will want to come again and again. For more information about Western program content. Robbin Iredale is Western BCA’s Webmaster, and says BCA visit the website at a whole new look is coming to the website. Western BCA, as usual, offered


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their wonderful support. Again, the kitchen ran full-fare from Friday evening through Sunday evening and the staff received many compliments from the tournament participants for the attentive and fast service. And finally, our sincerest gratitude goes out to all of the players who took the time out of otherwise busy lives to come and visit our fair village. Here is the prize breakdown: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5-6

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Tommy Sliva/Eddie Mataya $1,245 LT/Allen Hanson $980 Jim Conway/Lance Bauge $650 Gary Reeves/Rick Fraser $330 Cody Clark/Miguel Morfin $100 Larry Binschus/Mike Keife $100 Additionally, there was a “Last Chance” tournament on Sunday, March 23, for those who finished “out-of-the-money” in the main tournament. It was Easter Sunday and the weather was really nasty, so it was like pulling teeth to get anyone interested in participating. But, in the end, 12 brave souls finally decided to play in a race-to-4 on the front, race-to-3 on the back 9-Ball tournament. Entry was $10 a head and the Legion added 50% to the pot, which turned out to be a total of $180. Play started at about 2 PM and was finished at around 6:30 PM. So, here are the winners: 1st Chuck Hassler, Oak Harbor, WA $90 2nd Romy Salangsang, Oak Harbor, WA $60 3rd Ben Hassler, Bellingham, WA $30

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Tacoma, WA 3-1. The Blue Tier was slotted to attend the Regional event in Grants Pass, OR. The three tiers for competition in the 9-Ball Shootout are: Green Tier (skill level 1,2&3) White Tier (skill level 4&5) Black Tier (skill level 6,7,8&9) Dave Heuett (SL7) of Federal Way, WA was the winner of the Black Tier. Winning his first match against Dan Schott 46-16, he lost his second against Rob Strobel 46-26 sending him to the B side. Dave defeated Brent Redinger 46-20 only to meet Dan again. Dave won 46-20 to bring him Mary Jacob

into the finals match against Jeff Wells (SL7) of Seattle, WA. Victory struck, Dave won 55-10. Apinant (Peanut) Preyer (SL 5) of Lakewood, WA took the White Tier by storm. He defeated Adam Brand 387, Joe Bossi 38-19, David Fitzsimmons 38-17, again Joe Bossi 38-27 to meet Glen Curtis (SL 4) from Kent, WA in the finals match. Peanut being unstoppable won the match 3819. The Green Tier was an interesting

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another opponent to play against. The APA gave her direct entry into the next Regional event. All’s well that ends well! Best of luck to the six players qualified for the National Singles Championship. Viva Las Vegas. The flu bug picked the wrong time to hit me, but my goal was for everyone to have a good time. Since the ten 3 1/2 x 7 pool tables were being used Jeff Wells for the tournament and some may not have felt like playing on any of the eleven 4 1/2 x 9 tables, card and board games (Monopoly, Life, Yatzee, Trouble, Backgammon, etc) were available (APA continued on page 27)

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for play in the establishment’s concert showroom. Matches had time assignments, so if players wanted to get some fresh air or take a walk on the waterfront, they could. Gene was taking pictures both days, then downloading them on a computer that was set up with a ‘slide show’ so people could look at. I know there were a bunch of requests for cd’s to be

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at the Las Vegas Cue Club The thirtyseventh stop of the 2007/2008 Pechauer All American Tour (produced by the American CueSports Alliance – ACS) was hosted at Las Vegas Cue Club in Las Vegas, NV, on Saturday, March 1. The $500 added event drew nineteen players in a double-elimination 8-ball format on 7-foot bar boxes. Past champion Gary Onomura (Las Vegas, NV) again took the undefeated path to the finals. In the A-side finals, Onomura (rated a “5” on a regional handicap system used) slipped by Rick White [5] (Las Vegas, NV) 5-3. Earlier in the A-bracket semi-finals, Onomura defeated Fred Delacruz [4] (Las Vegas, NV) 5-1, while White outpointed Fred Boggs [5] (Las Vegas, NV) 5-4. In the B-side quarterfinals Jimmy Moore and Fred Boggs eliminated at 5th place Fred Delacruz 5-3 and Henry Nogiec [5] (Las Vegas, NV) 5-3 and 5-4 respectively. In the semifinals, Moore ousted Boggs at 4th place by a score of 5-4. The B-side finals showcased Rick White being eliminated by Jimmy Moore 5-3. The tourney finals featured undefeated Gary Onomura versus streaking Jimmy Moore, but Onomura was up to the task, winning the title 5-3 in the first set! By virtue of Gary Onomura being the highest-finishing ACS member in the

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CITY Beaverton Boring Medford Portland Salem Troutdale Tuesdays Beaverton Medford Portland Salem Wednesdays Milwaukee Portland Portland Troutdale Thursdays Milwaukie Portland Portland Portland Vaneta Fridays Oregon City Salem Saturdays Oregon City Oregon City Portland Portland Portland Portland Salem Sundays Dallas, OR Oregon City Portland Portland Portland Salem

WEEKLY POOL TOURNAMENTS LOCA TION LOCATION Hot Shots Full Moon Bar & Grill Rack’em Cues Billiards Sharky’s Pool & Brew Skyland Hot Shots Rack’em Cues Billiards Sharky’s Pool & Brew Wichita Cues Billiards Cues Billiards Skyland Domenic’s Bar & Grill Ranchouse Ranchouse Ranchouse Yukon Jack’s K C Midway Jake’s Bar & Grill K C Midway K C Midway JoQ’s Ranchouse Ranchouse Ranchouse Jake’s Bar & Grill Blondie’s K C Midway Classic Billiards NiteHawk Sam’s Billiards Sharky’s Pool & Brew

PHONE (503) 644-8869 (503) 663-0581 (541) 779-6111 (503) 251-8399 (503) 391-4912 (503) 661-6464 (503) 644-8869 (541) 779-6111 (503) 251-8399 (503) 391-4912 (503) 654-4201 (503) 251-8399 (503) 251-8399 (503) 661-6464 (503) 654-6969 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (541) 935-1921 (503) 656-9501 (503) 362-3600 (503) 656-9501 (503) 656-9501 (503) 287-4210 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 362-3600 (503) 623-8880 (503) 656-9501 (503) 761-2622 (503) 285-7177 (503) 282-8266 (503) 391-4912

EVENT / RULES 9 Ball ‘B’ -Texas Express 8 Ball BCA rules USPPA 8-Ball BCA Rules 9-Ball 8-Ball B & Below 9 Ball ‘C’ -Texas Express USPPA 9-Ball C & below 8-Ball B & below Mod. BCA 8-Ball Open 9-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball B & Below 8-Ball “No Masters” 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball Double Elim. 9-Ball Texas Express 8 Ball-Open 9 Ball Texas Express 8 Ball BCA rules 9-Ball with Break Pot 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball Blind Draw Sc Doubles 8-Ball/9-Ball (alt.) 9 Ball - Race 4/3 9-Ball Race to 4/3 8 Ball Straight Pool (1st Sun.) 9-Ball

ENTR Y ENTRY $6+$1 $5 $8 $7 incl. g.f. $5+$2 g.f. $3 $6+$1 $8 $7 incl. g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5 $6 incl. g.f. $6 incl. g.f. $3 $5 $6 $6 $6 $3 $5 $5 $6 $5 $5 $6 $6 $6 $5 $3 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $3M/$2W $10+$2 g.f. $10


TIME 7:00PM $$$ 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM Matching 7:00PM 7:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM $75/1st w/16 7:00PM Matching 7:30PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM 7:30PM 50% 7:00PM $$$ 5:00PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM 50% 7:30PM $75/1st w/16 7:30PM $$$ 7:30PM $75/1st w/16 5:00PM $75/1st w/16 7:30PM 8:00PM $$$ 5:00PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM $$$ 7:30PM Matching 6:00PM $75/1st w/16 6:30PM Match to $100 5:00PM $100 6:00PM 11:00AM 50% 1:00PM


April 2008 Dates, Times & Tournaments are subject to change without notice.

DA Y DAY Mondays



CITY Federal Way Freeland Kennewick Lakewood Puyallup Sedro Woolley Tacoma Vancouver Vancouver Everett Everett Lakewood Lakewood Marysville Mountlake Terr

Shoreline Spokane Spokane Sumner Wednesdays Bellevue Freeland Longview Seattle Tacoma Tacoma Vancouver Thursdays Bellevue Everett Fircrest Graham Lakewood Monroe Olympia Puyallup Vancouver Fridays Everett Federal Way Longview Okanogan Renton Spokane Saturdays Everett Federal Way Kennewick Lakewood Okanogan Renton Renton Spokane Sumner Vancouver Sundays Graham Lakewood Lakewood Longview Lynnwood Okanogan Olympia Shoreline Tacoma Tacoma Vancouver Vancouver

WEEKLY POOL TOURNAMENTS LOCA TION LOCATION Tall Timbers Houdini’s Classic Island Maggie O’Toole’s Summit Pub Cues-N-Brews Latitude 84 Halftime Spot Bar & Grill New Grove P C Pub Full Splice Longhorn Saloon J R’s Steakhouse & Bar O’Houlie’s Pub Dr Cues 7th Rail McQ’s Log Cabin The Spot Off Main Houdini’s Cadillac Island Jillian’s Malarkey’s Pool & Brew Latitude 84 Spot Bar & Grill Mustard Seed New Grove Charley’s Qz’s Maggie O’Toole’s Robin’s Billiards Frankies Nifty’s Spot Bar & Grill P C’s Pub Time Out Alehouse Cadillac Island The Club Mike’s Place 7th Rail New Grove Time Out Alehouse Classic Island Schooners The Club Mike’s Place Mike’s Place 7th Rail Log Cabin Spot Bar & Grill Qz’s Full Splice Longhorn Saloon Cadillac Island Uncle Jack’s The Club Frankies Dr Cues Latitude 84 Malarkey’s Pool & Brew Halftime Spot Bar & Grill

PHONE (253) 952-2302 (360) 331-1979 (509) 460-7203 (253) 584-3278 (253) 536-1588 (360) 855-2263 (253) 531-5154 (360) 694-3114 (360) 256-1110 (425) 438-8449 (425) 258-9465 (253) 512-6898 (253) 581-2580 (360) 658-7747 (425) 776-1833 (206) 365-1187 (509) 325-7751 (509) 891-8357 (253) 863-2905 (425) 646-6434 (360) 331-1979 (360) 957-0065 (206) 223-0300 (253) 383-3301 (253) 531-5154 (360) 256-1110 (425) 603-9001 (425) 438-8449 (253) 564-9454 (253) 262-8437 (253) 584-3278 (360) 794-7878 (360) 455-0352 (253) 531-8202 (360) 256-1110 (425) 258-9465 (253) 838-0086 (360) 957-0065 (509) 422-1907 (425) 255-9213 (509) 325-7751 (425) 438-8449 (253) 838-0086 (509) 460-7203 (253) 584-1919 (509) 422-1907 (425) 255-9213 (425) 255-9213 (509) 325-7751 (253) 863-2905 (360) 256-1110 (253) 262-8437 (253) 512-6898 (253) 581-2580 (360) 957-0065 (425) 640-5474 (509) 422-1907 (360) 455-0352 (206) 365-1187 (253) 531-5154 (253) 383-3301 (360) 694-3114 (360) 256-1110

EVENT / RULES 8-Ball Open Call Pocket 8-Ball 9-Ball Open 9-Ball “B” Only 8-Ball 8-Ball - Limit 32 9-Ball 8-Ball Open-Limit first 24 8 Ball - Ladies Only 8-Ball 9-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball B & below/BCA Mod. 8-Ball 9-Ball Limit 32 “Torture” Tournament 9 Ball - Texas Express 9-Ball Vegas Rules 8-Ball Revised BCA Rules 9-Ball 8-Ball Open 9-Ball 9 Ball 9-Ball 8-Ball Call Pocket 8-Ball B only Limit 16 8-Ball “Meat Shoot” 8-Ball/9-Ball Alternating 8-Ball 8-Ball “B” Only 9-Ball 9-Ball Valley Rules 8-Ball 8 Ball - BCA Modified 8 Ball - B & below 8-Ball 9-Ball $25 top B player 8-Ball 8 Ball 9-Ball 9-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball BCA rules 9-Ball 8 Ball 8 Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Slop Pool 9-Ball 8-Ball/9-Ball Alternating 9-Ball Blind Draw Sc Dbls

9-Ball Open 9-Ball 8-Ball Valley Rules 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Blind Draw Scotch Dbls 9-Ball Race to 3

ENTR Y ENTRY $5 $10 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5+$3 g.f. $5 $3 $12 $5 $5+$3 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $7 $10 $1 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $7 $10 $5+$1 $7 $5+3 g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $3 $12 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5 $3 $5 $2 $5+$3 g.f. $5+$3 $5 $5+$1 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $7 $5+$3 g.f. $5 $5 $5

ADDED 100% ($100 max) $50 w/16 $200 w/20 100% 50% $50 $$$ $2/player $200 Guar 100% 100% w/15+ Pays 75% field 100%+Break Pot 100%+BreakPot Break Pot $20 $50 min. Matching 100% $50 w/16 Matching 100% 100% w/32 Matching up to $100 $200 in Meat Matching 100% 100% Matching 100% w/16+ $3/player 100% 50% $200 100% w/16 Matching $200 Guar 50% Matching 100% 100% w/16 100% w/16 Matching Matching Meat 100% 100% w/15+ Pays 75% field Matching Matching Matching

100% $$$ w/16+ Matching

TIME 6:30PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30pm 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 5:00PM 7:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 2:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 11:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 2:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 2:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 1:30pm 8:00PM 2:00PM 3:00PM 2:00PM 6:00PM 5:00PM 8:00PM 2:00PM 7:00PM 2:00PM

April 2008



Dates, Times & Tournaments are subject to change without notice.




DA Y DAY Mondays

CITY Phoenix Tucson Tuesdays Tucson Wednesdays Tucson Thursdays Tucson Fridays Phoenix Sundays Phoenix Tucson

LOCA TION LOCATION Alexanders Main Street Billiards Main Street Billiards Main Street Billiards Main Street Billiards Alexander’s Alexander’s Main Street Billiards

PHONE (602) 973-1638 (520) 546-3464 (520) 546-3464 (520) 546-3464 (520) 546-3464 (602) 973-1638 (602) 973-1638 (520) 546-3464

EVENT / RULES 8 & Under 8-Ball 8 and under minus 3 games Open ABC 8 and under minus 3 games Open minus 4 games 9-Ball 9 & Under hdcp -3 Min 4 9-Ball Scotch hdcp -10 Min 4 Race to full handicap

ENTR Y ENTRY $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $15 $10

ADDED 200% payback Sidepot Sidepot Sidepot Sidepot

DA Y DAY CITY Tuesdays Moscow Wednesdays Moscow Twin Falls Saturdays Moscow Sundays Pocatello

LOCA TION LOCATION Mingles Mingles The Pocket Mingles Oasis Bar

PHONE (208) 882-2050 (208) 882-2050 (208) 733-9676 (208) 882-2050 (208) 232-9347

EVENT / RULES 9 Ball 8 Ball 8-Ball Handicapped 8 Ball 8/9 Ball Alternating

ENTR Y ENTRY $5 $5 $6 $5 $5

ADDED $25 w/16+ Matching Matching

TIME 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM

DA Y DAY Mondays

CITY Kalispell Three Forks Wednesdays Kalispell Missoula Friday Missoula Saturdays Kalispell Missoula Missoula Sundays Belgrade Butte

LOCA TION LOCATION Cattlemen’s Casino Frontier Club Cattlemen’s Casino Buck’s Club Buck’s Club Cattlemen’s Casino Buck’s Club Buck’s Club Hub Bar Mr Ed’s

PHONE (406) 257-9656 (406) 285-9876 (406) 257-9656 (406) 543-5028 (406) 543-5028 (406) 257-9656 (406) 543-5028 (406) 543-5028 (406) 388-1811 (406) 782-3700

EVENT / RULES 8-Ball Free Pool All Day 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Free Pool All Day 8 Ball


ADDED Matching


$5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

Matching $5/player $5/player Matching $5/player $5/player

7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 1:00PM 4:00PM 8:00PM




DA Y DAY Mondays

LOCA TION LOCATION Jointed Cue Family Billiards Broken Rack Garlic City Billiards CA Billiard Club Shooters Jointed Cue CA Billiard Club Hard Times Billiards Palacade Shooters Hard Times Family Billiards Town & Coutry Shooters Family Billiards Billiard Palacade Hard Times CA Billiard Club Hard Times

PHONE (916) 456-3243 (415) 931-1115 (510) 652-9808 (408) 842-6950 (650) 965-3100 (951) 785-9588 (916) 456-3243 (650) 965-3100 (916) 332-8798 (415) 585-6800 (951) 785-9588 (916) 332-8798 (415) 931-1115 (650) 992-7900 (951) 785-9588 (415) 931-1115 (415) 346-9140 (562) 867-7733 (650) 965-3100 (916) 332-8798

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball B USPPA USPPA 9-Ball USPPA 8 Ball Handicapped 9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball Open staggered entry 9-Ball USPPA 9 Ball ‘B’ & below-Limit 32 8-Ball 9-Ball 9 Ball USPPA USPPA 9-Ball 9-Ball USPPA NPL NPL 9-Ball Open 9-Ball USPPA Handicap 9 Ball Open

ENTRY $5 $20 $15 $15 $10 $12 $5-$15 $20 $5 $10 $12 $10 $20 Call $12 $20 $20 $15 $20 $15


TIME 8:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 1:00PM 1:00PM 3:00PM 1:00PM 1:00PM 8:00PM Noon

CITY Sacramento San Francisco



Emeryville Gilroy Mountain View

Riverside Sacramento Wednesdays Mountain View Sacramento San Francisco Thursdays Riverside Sacramento San Francisco


Daly City, CA Riverside San Francisco San Francisco


Bellflower Mountain View



FAMILY ARCADE Southwest Washington’s largest selection of Quality


Owner: Sandy Snyder

2904BurtonRd,BldgA Vancouver, WA 98662

(360) 892-8815

SKYLAND PUB 503-661-6464 7 POOL TABLES FULL KITCHEN HARD LIQUOR 20 BEERS ON TAP Corner of Stark & Troutdale Rd (across from Troutdale Thriftway)


Bar & Grill

7115 NE Hazel Dell - Vancouver,WA

360-694-3114 Mon: Sun:

8-Ball Open at 7PM - first 24 $5 entry - Added Money Blind Draw Scotch Doubles at 6PM - $5 entry Added money 16+ players

200% payback

$$$ Side pot

$50 $75 $50

$50 w/16 $500 Break Pot $$$ $500 Break Pot $5/player to $150

TIME 7:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 5:30PM 1:00PM

Maggie O’T O’Too oles Pub & Grub

Mon: 9-Ball at 7PM Thurs: 8-Ball at 7PM $5 entry - “B” Players Only House adds 100% 6006 100th St SW Lakewood, WA


April 2008

Call First - All Tournaments are subject to change without notice

34 DA TE DATE Apr 5 Apr 6 Apr 5 Apr 6 Apr 5-6 Apr 11-13 Apr 12 Apr 12-13 Apr 12-13 Apr 16-20 Apr 19 Apr 19 Apr 19-20 Apr 19-20 Apr 19-20 Apr 24-27 Apr 26-27 Apr 25-27 Apr 26 Apr 25 Apr 26-27 Apr 26-27 Apr 26-27 Apr 26-27 Apr 26-27 Apr 27 Apr 30 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 4 May 4 May 3-4 May 3-4 May 9-17 May 10 May 17 May 17-18 May 17-18 May 22-31 May 24-25 May 28 Jun 7 Jun 8 Jun 7 Jun 8 Jun 7-8 Jun 7-14 Jun 14 Jun 14 Jun 21 Jun 21-22 Jun 25 Jun 28-29

CITY Lynnwood, WA Portland, OR Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Port Angeles, WA Portland, OR Salem, OR Missoula, MT Tucson, AZ Shelton, WA Oregon City, OR Tucson, AZ Okanogan, WA Mtn View, CA Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ Lewistown, MT Lewistown, MT Twin Falls, ID Twin Falls, ID Longview, WA Salem, OR Everett, WA San Francisco, CA Freeland, WA San Francisco, CA Beaverton, OR Lynnwood, WA Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Portland, OR Tacoma, WA Phoenix, AZ Las Vegas, NV Salem, OR Bozeman, MT Mtn View, CA Longview, WA Las Vegas, NV San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Lynnwood, WA Portland, OR Port Angeles, WA Las Vegas, NV Salem, OR Bozeman, MT Helena, MT Mtn View, CA San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA

LOCA TION LOCATION Uncle Jack’s (See ad p29) Sam’s Billiards (See ad p31) Hard Times (See ad 25) Hard Times (See ad 25) New Peking (See ad p23) NiteHawk (See ad p19) The Cue Ball (See ad p5) Buck’s Club (See ad p10) Main Street (See ad p12) Pacific ACS (See ad p2) K C Midway (See ad p29) Main Street (See ad p12) The Club (See ad p8) CA Billiard Club (See ad p27) Desert Qualifier (See ad p13) Desert Shootout (See ad p13) Desert 2nd Chance (See ad p13) MCMOA (See ad p35) MCMOA (See ad p35) Pocket (See ad p19) Pocket (See ad p19) Cadillac Island (See ad p34) NWPA (See ad p5) Soundview (See ad p3) Family Billiards (See ad p21) Houdini’s (See ad p5) Billiard Palacade (See ad p20) BJACS (See ad p26) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p29) Hard Times (See ad 25) Hard Times (See ad 25) Sam’s Billiards (See ad 31) Malarkey’s (See ad p3) Alexander’s (See ad Feb) BCA Nationals (See ad Jan) The Cue Ball (See ad p5) Eagles #326 (See ad p29) CA Billiard Club (See ad p27) Cadillac Island (See ad p34) VNEA (See ad p36) Family Billiards (See ad p21) Billiard Palacade (See ad p20) Hard Times (See ad 25) Hard Times (See ad 25) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p29) Sam’s Billiards (See ad p31) New Peking (See ad p23) ACS Nationals (See ad Feb) The Cue Ball (See ad p5) Eagles #326 (See ad p29) Edge Casino (See ad p14) CA Billiard Club (See ad p27) Billiard Palacade (See ad p20) Family Billiards (See ad p21)

PHONE (425) 640-5474 (503) 282-8266 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (360) 452-3845 (503) 285-7177 (503) 362-9740 (406) 543-5028 (520) 546-3464 (360) 892-7454 (503) 656-9501 (520) 546-3464 (509) 422-1907 (650) 965-3100 (602) 293-3985 (602) 293-3985 (602) 293-3985 (406) 442-7088 (406) 442-7088 (208) 733-9676 (208) 733-9676 (360) 957-0065 (206) 920-1936 (425) 238-3591 (415) 931-1115 (360) 331-1979 (415) 585-6800 (503) 740-8478 (425) 640-5474 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (503) 282-8266 (253) 383-3301 (480) 272-2016 (702) 719-7665 (503) 362-9740 (406) 587-9996 (650) 965-3100 (360) 957-0065 League Operator (415) 931-1115 (415) 585-6800 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (425) 640-5474 (503) 282-8266 (360) 452-3845 (888) 662-1705 (503) 362-9740 (406) 587-9996 (406) 449-4997 (650) 965-3100 (415) 585-6800 (415) 931-1115

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball (big table) Straight Pool One Pocket 9-Ball Ironmaniac I-25 player Round Robin 9-Ball All American Tour Limit 48 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players 8-Ball Missoula Open Limit 64 Desert Classic Tour Stop #2 Regional 8-Ball Dr Cue Trick Shot Exhibition Super Scotch Doubles 9-Ball Open Race to 7 Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball Qualify at Alexander’s Limit 64 10 Ball Limit 128 players 2nd Chance Montana State 8-Ball New Senior Division 50+ min16 9-Ball Men & Women 8-Ball Men & Women 9-Ball Handicap - Limit 64 9-Ball at The Cue Ball 8-Ball 2 Pair Mx Sc Dbls Team One Pocket/9-Ball 9-Ball BCA Rules-Limit 32 8-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball Open Mixed Junior 9-Ball (big table) One Pocket 9-Ball Straight Pool 8-Ball Bar Box - Limit 64 AWBT Tour 8 Ball Bar Box Nationals Singles, Sc Dbls, Tms 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players Open 9-Ball Limit 32 players Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball 9-Ball Handicap - Limit 64 VNEA International Champs. One Pocket/9-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped One Pocket 9-Ball 9-Ball (big table) Straight Pool Ironmaniac II-25 player Round Robin 8-Ball & 9-Ball Championships 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players “Chip” Pool Classic 14.1 (Straight Pool) Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped One Pocket/9-Ball

ENTR Y ENTRY $20+$5 g.f. $15 $20 $25 $40+$10 g.f. $45+$5 g.f. $10 $20 Call Varies

ADDED $250 w/32

$20 $20 $25 / $25 $50 $320+$80 reg. $125+$25 reg Qualify TBA $35-M/$25-W $45-M/$30-W $40+$10 g.f. Call $125 $25 each $30 $20 $25 $20+$5 g.f. $20 $25 $15 $15 Call Varies $10 $25 incl g.f. $25 / $25 $40+$10 g.f. Varies $25 each $20 $20 $25 $20+$5 g.f. $12 $60+$10 g.f. Varies $10 $10 $20 $25 / $25 $20 $25 each

$500 $200 Guar. $400 each

$10 per 30 max. $10 per 50 max.

$250 w/full field $1500 $200 $1,000 Call $12,500

$25,000 $3000 $25,000 max entries TBA $1,000 $1,000 Guar $1,000 $300 ea w/32 $150 w/32 $200 $250 w/32 $10 per 30 max. $10 per 50 max.

100% $500 $750,000 $200 $200 $400 each $1,000 Guar $85,000 $300 ea w/32 $200 $10 per 30 max. $10 per 50 max.

$250 w/32 $500 w/full field $200 $200 $200 $400 each $200 $300 ea w/32

TIME 10:00AM 11:00AM Noon Noon 10:00AM 8:00PM 10:00AM 9:00AM Call Varies Call 1:00PM 11:00AM 1:00PM 11:00AM 8:00AM Noon 7:00PM TBA 6:00PM Noon 11:00AM Call Call 1:00PM 10:00AM Call 10:30AM 10:00AM Noon Noon 11:00AM 10:00AM Call Call 10:00AM 11:00AM 1:00PM 11:00AM Call 1:00PM Call Noon Noon 10:00AM 11:00AM 10:00AM Call 10:00AM 11:00AM 11:00AM 1:00PM Call 1:00PM

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