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September 2007

Tom Neil Is The 2007 Arizona Seniors State 9-Ball Champion Just like every year since it’s inception in 2002, this years Seniors State 9 Ball Championships were played at Main Street Billiards in Tucson. The 2007 edition started on Saturday, August 25th and ended with a Tom Neil victory on Sunday, August 26th. Thirty-two “seniors” entered the tournament which was non-handicapped and was a double elimination event with all players racing to eight games. After play ended on Saturday, eight players remained in the tournament. Four players on each side of the bracket returned on Sunday, all in the cash. About halfway through Tom Neil, George Teyechea Sunday’s play, four of the eight were eliminated but in the cash. Richard Troy and Jim Gray finished 7th/8th for second. while Jim Kobashi and Pete Lhotka finished 5th/6th. The four players 1st Tom Neil remaining and still with a chance to win it all were Terry Osborne from 2nd George Teyechea Phoenix and Al Gaudett, George Teyechea, and Tom Neil all from Tucson. 3rd Al Gaudett Playing on the one loss side were Al Gaudett and Terry Osborne. Playing

on the winners side, for the hot seat, were Tom Neil and George Teyechea. Al defeated Terry leaving Terry with a 4th place finish. George put himself in the hot seat with a win over Tom. Tom then defeated Al forcing Al to settle for third and earning Tom another chance at George. This time the match between George and Tom would be not for the hot seat, but for the championship. The finals were a one-race final with an extended race to eleven. Tom Neil defeated George Teyechea in the finals by the score of 11-9. Tom’s win earned him the title of the 2007 Arizona Seniors State Champion. George Teyechea settled 4th 5/6 7/8

Terry Osborne Pete Lhotka, Jim Kobashi Jim Gray, Richard Troy

Washington State Mixed Scotch Doubles Bar Box 8-Ball Championships at Brick House Pub

Article and photo by: Linda Carter

The Brick House Pub in Kirkland was Tournament Director Linda Carter, the site of the first annual Washington owner of Incentives International, also State Scotch Doubles Bar Box donated three 3 day/2 night Las Championships over the weekend of Vegas vacations for 2 to the August 18-19. As of Friday the 17th, tournament. Two went to the winners the field was full except for one player and one was drawn from a raffle that who could not find a female partner, anyone could buy tickets for. The but on Saturday morning, two couples lucky winner of that drawing was pulled out. So it was that on that rainy Diane Kiske. Linda went on to draw summer Saturday, twenty-nine an extra one that went to Stan intrepid couples braved the drenching Tourangeau. downpour of liquid sunshine and At the player’s meeting, patience and armed only with their cue sticks, good sportsmanship was stressed and the weekend went off without a prepared to do battle over the green hitch. Playing on only 4 tables made felt with a purse of $3100. $1,070 was Naoki Wakimoto, Kyoko Sone, Linda Carter (TD), Stan Tourangeau, Margie Avlon the days long, but the players were added by Brick House Pub. very patient and good sports about it. Hosted by Manny’s Beer on Saturday and Budweiser and Budweiser Light The funds were collected by 9:15, the draw was done by 9:30, and the player’s on Sunday and with several other vendors donating door prizes galore, meeting commenced at 9:45, then matches started rolling at 10am. Players (Everyone got something: a T-shirt, baseball caps, glasses, keychains, showed up from all over the NW and Canada, and the room was packed with wall-hangings, light up stickers, and more), the atmosphere was certainly champions. much lighter than it was outside. (Brickhouse continued on page 24)

September 2007

Billiard Directory Index Places P eople Play People

Alexander’s Phoenix, AZ 23 Billiard Palacade San Francisco, CA 12 Billiards Plus Vancouver, WA 29 Black Star Tacoma, WA 28 Break Time Billiards Tigard, OR 25 Broken Rack Emeryville, CA 13 Buffalo Jump Livingston, MT 17 Cadillac Island Longview, WA 34 California Billiard Club Mtn View, CA 9 Carom Club Albuquerque, NM 14 Cat’s Paw Bozeman, MT 15 Cattlemen’s Casino Kalispell, MT 23 Classic Billiards Portland, OR 10 Classic Island Kennewick, WA 18 Club, The Okanogan, WA 25 Cue Ball, The Salem, OR 19 Cue’s Billiards Portland, OR 31 Daverthumps Lynnwood, WA 27 Domenic’s Bar & Grill Milwaukie, OR 2 Dr Cue Billiards Shoreline, WA 24 Eagles Club #326 Bozeman, MT 25 Eight Ball In Great Falls, MT 20,36 Falls Club Post Falls, ID 23 Family Billiards San Francisco, CA 30 Farmhouse Portland, OR 29 Full Splice Tacoma, WA 24 Good Time Ernies Burien, WA 28 Halftime Bar & Grill Vancouver, WA 29 Hard Times Billiards Sacramento, CA 5 Holiday Classic Bozeman, MT 25 Hub Bar Belgrade, MT 24 Hwy 26 Sports Bar Boring, OR 28 Jake’s Bar & Grill Salem, OR 6 Jake’s Old Inn Snohomish, WA 29 Jillians Seattle, WA 12 Jointed Cue Sacramento, CA 25 J R Phinickey’s Monroe, WA 24 K C Midway Oregon City, OR 15 Kings Korner Casino Billings, MT 27 Latitude 84 Tacoma, WA 8 Lil’ Big Foot Spokane, WA 4 Log Cabin Bar Sumner, WA 28 Longhorn Saloon Lakewood, WA 10 Maggie O’Tooles Lakewood, WA 29 Maguffy’s Pub Beaverton/Hillsboro, OR 29 McCorry’s Woodenville, WA 4 McQ’s Billiards Spokane, WA 29 Main Street Billiards Tucson, AZ 15 Mike’s Place Renton, WA 23

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A Dollar for a game of pool...what the Is about all I can say. I’ve watched the price go up from a quarter to fifty cents and then a few years back to what seemed to be the only question was why? - seventyfive cents. I know that a lot of places across the United States are a dollar most of these places are in bigger cities but not here in Bozeman, Montana. Is it because they need more money to recover the tables and most of the bars in the valley are only covered once a year, sometimes more, but not usually. Could it be that I’m just an old guy and don’t like progress. Or could it be that I feel a game of pool isn’t worth a dollar. How often should they recover the table, take better care of the table for the increased price? And if they did, would it go up again? Do you remember when a pool table was in a location to give players a chance to do something in between buying a beer or two? Is it supposted to be a money making proposition? Or is it supposed to be entertainment for the patrons? That is playing themselves or watching two or more good players put on an exhibition. What most bar goers call, free entertainment. I would suspect as like in most things we the people don’t like, we complain but do little about it. And within time the desire to play pool as much as we did before the dollar a game came in, we will be back playing as much as ever. If we stop playing it only hurts us the player, so there is a solution that I have resigned to: if the game is a dollar that means each player puts in fifty cents for each game played. There would be on more loser pays. This might give you more of an incentive to win the game you are playing, but maybe not. As always you will make the decision to play or not. If you have an opinionon on this subject or any others send it to:

September 2007

Dr Cue Classic “Artistic” Cup Doctor of Billiardology, WPA World Artistic Pool Champion, ESPN and World Masters Trick Shot Champion, North American Professional Trick & Fancy Shot Champion

Tom “Dr Cue” Rossman, a World Champion contributes his monthly artistic pool shot challenges taken from the DR. CUE CLASSIC "ARTISTIC POOL" TOUR 2008 SHOT / CHALLENGE PROGRAM. The Dr Cue Classic “Artistic” Cup will be held January 5-7, 2008 at the Tom “Dr Cue” Rossman Executive Inn in Louisville, KY. The shots presented in his column will be part of the disciplines that the participants in this event will attempt to make. The Artistic Cup has a guaranteed prize fund of over $20,000 with $5,000 going to first place. The field will be open to 48 players of both Open A and Open B catagories (pro, amateur, junior). Full information and the complete shot program is available online at and For more information please send your request to: Tom "Dr. Cue" and Marty "Ms. Cue" Rossman "Dr. Cue" Classic Artistic Pool Tour Directors Email Options: Phone Options: 765.795.4968 (Business) 765.760.7665 (Cell)


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then got Tamre’ 7-2 to set up a rematch of our last tournament finals. On August 11 & 12th, the NWPA held For the first time in many matches, its fourth tour stop of 2007 at the Kyoko missed shots she normally renowned “PARLOR” of Bellevue, makes and the score was tied early WA. The place had changed since 3-3, but Kyoko then took advantage our lst visit, with the addition of a of Linda missing a few key shots and dance floor, DJ booth and Ultra won 9-4. Being undefeated in any Lounge, a classy upgrade to an match in her first four tournaments, already impressive place. One player Kyoko Sone arguably maybe the best from Wisconsin, who plays all across player ever to compete in the NWPA. the country with the WPBA, was Her next stop is definitely the Pro Tour. simply amazed with everything about So come out and watch at Uncle the room. A common mistake Jack’s in Lynnwood, WA on Sept 13however, is to assume the prices are 14 to see if someone can take her as high as the standards. Table rates place atop the board. Also, the top are comparable or lower than many ten rankings are important as not only pool rooms, for example, before 7pm the #1 gets invited to WPBA events. its just $7.00 a table for as many Chris Rogers, Kyoko Sone, Linda Carter, Ford We thank all involved with the NWPA, players as desired. starting with the spectators, but Present for the tournament duration, ending with the wonderful people at The Parlor who have supported us so as always, was Dave Lauer, the Pro Shop Manager, who took care of all strongly and making this WPBA Qualifier for 2008. Thanks and we’ll see cue maintenance and you at Uncle Jack’s. repairs for anyone who CORRECTION: The NWPA would like to apologize for the misneeded it. reported results of the Second Chance Tournament from June’s event at Play started promptly at Uncle Jack’s. Kit Dennis took 1st and Shari Ross took 2nd. 10am Saturday with a 1st $405 Kyoko Sone + 2008 WPBA Spot good turnout for a summer 2nd $265 Linda Carter tournament and play was 3rd $170 Tamre’ Rogers well matched, so it was a 4th $130 Liz Cole struggle to survive to the 5/6 $80 Mikki Small, Andy Ruth money matches on 7/8 $60 Jo Woodward, Eve Stockstill Sunday. This meant the final eight players started in the morning with Tamre’ Rogers edging past Andy Ruth 7-6 and Kyoko Sone getting the best of Linda Carter 7-3 on the A side. Kyoko Sone Liz Cole besting Eve Stockstill 7-2 and Mikki Small squeaked past Jo Woodward 7-6 to stay alive. Liz then beat Andy 7-4 and Linda took Mikki 7-3. Meanwhile Kyoko continued dominating by winning 7-1 over Tamre’ to win the point. Linda capitalized on a slow start by Liz to take a big lead and held on to win 7-4, Tourney Directors: Chris Rogers, Ford


September 2007

Golf Pool By: Bob Jewett of the SFBA

San Francisco Billiard Academy You may have heard of the game of golf that’s played on a snooker table. This game is something very different from that and a lot closer to the outdoor form of golf. I discovered this game while reading a very useful booklet called “The First Five Years of Chalk-Up.” This was published in the 1960s by the A. E. Schmidt billiard table company for rooms in their part of the country around St. Louis. Each month they published a new game for the rooms and other customers to try out. The rules of golf pool are simple. Any number can play, but a foursome is good. Each player begins with the balls positioned as shown for each hole. Bob Jewett He breaks from behind the line and tries to clear the table in as few strokes as possible. Shots don’t have to be called, and you can play any ball at any time. Record the number of strokes for each player for each hole. If you scratch, you have to spot any ball you made, add a penalty stroke, and take ball in hand behind the line. As in golf, the lowest total wins. Run this as a weekly competition, with a leader board prominently displayed by the table. If you find 18 holes takes too long, you can cut back to nine, with an 18-hole playoff for the four leaders. Par for the whole course is 82, assuming you are not going to make anything on the break except for the two par-1 holes, and you make one ball on each of your other strokes. There are several holes where you can play for a specific ball on the break. Hole 6 is a good one for a birdie — just play the cut shot — but the same idea on hole 8 doesn’t work as well because you will still have to break. Get creative. If you hit hole 11 from the back (off the end cushion), the head ball has a chance to go two cushions to the side pocket. On some tables hole 5 offers a chance for the corner balls to go around the table on four cushions and back to the corner pockets. Try various speeds and hits. Making a ball on the break on hole 4 is a standard one pocket shot — use draw. If you find some other good ball configurations, that maybe reduce the par to 72, send them in and I may publish an update. If you need a scorecard, let me know and I’ll send you a file you can print with the shots on each card.

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From The Work Bench

by: Pat Sheehan

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You never can tell where you will find a pool player these days. On Sunday the 5th of august I got up at 5:00 am ready to get a lot of work done. I will miss Mass today because I have so much to get done before I go on the trip to So. Cal. and I was really booking. I mentioned in a couple articles that if you want to get a job done right do it your self. Pat Jr., Aaron Curti and myself had spent several days trying to get the Hedckman table that I wrote about last February back to a working table. Every thing we had done began to fall apart. I bumped one of the rails that I had been avoiding because the setting strip showed at spot where the setting strip was coming loose from the rail. Bang off it came. I noticed that the strip had not been jointed flat so I shoved it through the jointer. I forgot that we had made them out of maple instead of poplar. The Maple had a twisty end and it bounce off the jointer and my finger went in before the guard could close. Wham I knew that I w as in trouble. There were several words not suitable to print and I pulled back so quickly that the machine was only able to take a small bite. Blood squirted all over and I ran to the house to get a clean dishtowel to wrap them. It is a 30mi. trip to OHSU hospital but I made it in record time. Luckily it did not injure my funny bone

so I was in good humor. An IV of Morphine and we started a party. The hand surgeon I asked for did not want to be disturbed on Sun. morning so I had a chance to meet Dr Matt, an orthopedic surgeon. I was not about to complain for a stitch in time saves nine. Of course we got to talking about pool and last year he purchased a Golden West table. Of course I would much rather that it was one I built, but my second choice has always been Golden west. He got the fingers sewn up and the conversation continued on pool. He loved the looks of his table but he felt that it did not play as well as his friends. It was slow and very fuzzy . The ball wobbled side to side as it slowed down. I asked if he bought an upgrade in cloth but it was never suggested. It so important to give all the alternate suggestions. I haven’t sold a table without Simonis, Gorina, or Mali’s speed cloth since 2000 when I did a very expensive table for Brian Grant who was a star with the Portland Trailblazers. The interior designers picked a color that was not exactly matched by Simonis. It was a Gold tone. I told Brian it was a mistake and after the table was up for three weeks he got disgusted with the play and called me to change it. Dr Matt is at the same spot and we will change it when I get back from So. Cal, this whole story is a lesson in the Hurrier you go the Behinder you get. I want to thank those of you who read and tell your friends about From the Work Bench. I received a call on my cell from Jeff in Detroit. He got the restore bug on the old tables and has been doing it for a couple of years. He has a job in the real world but his passion is old BBC beauties and there are a lot of them in the Midwest. His first call was his opportunity to get a Kling and wondered if he should pay the price. It was reasonable so I told him to go ahead. He found a Naraganset and one that was so oxidized that we were not sure what he had. A bit of stripping (From the Work Bench continued on page 22)

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USPPA Nine Ball

Mountain View, CA - August 19, 2007 Under new ownership since July 1st , California Billiard club hosted their monthly third Saturday USPPA nine ball tournament. New owners Chris

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Swart and Ben Farmer welcomed the field of 38 players by adding $800 bringing the total purse to $2,330. Early arrivers enjoyed a hot breakfast to order, now a standard offering on tournament day beginning at 10:00 AM. The addition of breakfast compliments an overall improved menu for CABC. Showing no signs of his extended absence from tournament play, eventual winner Amar Kang breezed through six matches to take the first place prize of $830. Old war horse Jim Blakeman took a 3-0 lead over Amar to begin the final match. Hooked behind the stack, Amar played a beautiful kick on the two ball which banked in and he never looked back eventually winning 6-3. 1st Amar Kang (153) $830 2nd Jim Blakeman (110) $500 3/4 Mark Tui( 60) $250 Carl Wilson Jr. (123) 5-8 Philip Yee (67) $125 Billy Palmer (163) Alan Jones (59), Nick Mendoza (76) The third Saturday of September CABC will begin a $400 added open one pocket tournament beginning at 1:00 PM. This will be followed on Sunday by a $400 added open 9 ball tournament. Both tournament will begin at 1:00 PM sharp.


By: Don “Cheese” Akerlow

I have been hearing for over a year now that the billiard industry is in a decline and there is no connection between the billiard industry and the pool players. Manufacturers are cutting back and laying off, the billiard industry corporations based in the U.S. also cutting back and laying off, too many examples that it would be unfair to name only a few. Retail billiard suppliers are finding sales dropping upward of 50% and more. Even my own retail store is suffering a lack of viewer ship through the summer of ’07. Yes, sales are down. I have been somewhat outspoken to the contrary that the billiard industry is in a decline. This is mostly derived from the trips I take to deliver “The Break” to Spokane, Seattle, Portland, Salem and returning home. Although summer has been slow as usual for pool halls no more than any other year. I do not find a lack of enthusiasm or do I find a lack of participation in pool leagues, pool tournaments or pool players. On a recent trip to Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, where the temperatures lie in the one teens that is 113 to 117 degrees. Visiting a half a dozen to a dozen locations that support pool and pool leagues, the Arizona Pool Nation to be as exuberant and thriving as anywhere else I have been.

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In many of the locations I went to, players were telling me of playing more nights in different leagues, playing in more tournaments and are excited about playing in the upcoming leagues. With a newfound friend that I had only spoken to many times on the phone, Dick Breese, he introduced me to owners, managers and tournament directors by the score. They themselves showed the same enthusiasm about the game that we all love. Perhaps the corporate world of the billiard industry through sniping, listening to corporate bean counters as well as mismanagement and bottom lines. Perhaps they should take a page from the most unsuspecting confidant that they would expect and that would be the pool players themselves. The recent trip to Arizona only bolsters my belief that the corporate entities of billiards cannot and will not bully, intimidate or tell us what we like and what we will have. Pool nation is strong and vibrant. Perhaps the corporate entities should invest in their grass roots of pool players, the pool leagues as well as professional and amateur pool tournaments. Of course, this is only one pool players opinion. What do you think? email: Hours: 11:30AM-2AM

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exactly what 2008 WPBA AWBT’s 7th Stop at Pockets Classic event she will be playing Tucson and, as always, we’ll all be $500 added WPBA Qualifier routing for you Holly! Presented by J. Pechauer 8 women came back to play in Custom Cues the 2nd chance on Sunday. AWBT’s 7th stop was held at Congrats to Holly Ryan for 1st one of our favorite places, place at $50 and to Jeri Engh for Pockets Tucson who added 2nd place and $25. $500 for the event! This was We also held a raffle for an also a paid WPBA Qualifier awesome J. Pechauer Custom presented by J. Pechauer cue, valued at $520! The winner Custom cues! was Miguel Diaz from Arizona 22 women came out to play. City! Miguel was all the way up Kristin Haney and Susan Mello in Phoenix when he got the call met head to head for the hot seat that he won! He turned right match. Mello got to the hill first around and high-tailed it back to and won the match 7 to 4. Tucson to pick up his winning Kristin went on to play Holly Holly Sholes, Susan Mellos, Kristin Haney, MIchelle Trevino, Susan Lance, Susan Williams, cue!! Thanks to everyone for Sholes in the semi-final match. Anne Gray, Marissa Hallett buying tickets and supporting the Holly had just pulled off an AWBT! Thanks to your efforts and support, we raised $306 for the AWBT incredible come-back match which put Michelle Trevino out of the tourney points fund! in 4th place. Holly beat Kristin 7 to 3 which put Kristin out in 3rd place. We’d like to give a BIG HUGE thank you to Lenny, Donna, Valerie and Holly went on to play Mello for the final match. Mello won the first game and everyone else at Pockets! We absolutely love coming here! They take then Holly won the next two games by making a 5-9 combo, then a quick 1such good care of us every time! We look forward to seeing you all at the 9 combo which put her in the lead 2 to 1. Mello came back right back and next tourney which will be a $500 added 8-ball bar-box tourney at Alexander’s made an incredibly difficult kick shot at a 3-9 combo which tied it up 2-2! Sports Bar on October 13 and 14th. Holly won game 5, then snapped the 9 on game 6 which made the score 1 $300 Holly Sholes 4-2. Susan let out a gasp in frustration. Holly then broke and ran the next 2 $215 Susan Mello rack down to the 8-ball but left herself hooked. She tried to play a safety, 3 $155 Kristin Haney but ended up leaving Mello with a difficult shot. Mello made that shot, but 4 $110 Michelle Trevino missed an easy shot on the 9. Holly made the ball, which put her up 5-2. 5/6 $65 Susan Lance, Susan Williams Holly also won the next game which put her on the hill 6-2. Mello, didn’t 7/8 $35 Anne Gray, Marissa Hallett seem to let it phase her and as cool as a cucumber, won the next 3 games, Open Daily from 5pm - 2am WORLD’S ONLY 8-LINKED which made the score 6-5. But then Holly snapped the 9 again which won SET OF S.F. RUSH 2049 her the first set. Video Racing Tournaments Every Friday Night at 9pm Mello won the lag and broke to start the 2nd set. Mello missed the 8 ball then stood up and to our surprise, announced she would need to forfeit the GOLDEN TEE 2006 “EXTRA” GOLF TOURNAMENT Every Saturday at 9:30pm match. She had been worried all day about making her flight to Canada on LARGEST BILLIARD PARLOR IN LAKLouEWOOD, WA FEATURING 4 TABLES AND BLACK LIGHT POOL time and it was already getting to be after 6:30pm which was really pushing BILLIARD TOURNAMENTS FREE P the time crunch. So she had no choice and gave up the fight to make her CASUAL & OO COMFORTABLE 8-B ALL , EVERY T UES AT 8 PM , OPEN TABLES All day L DARTS ATMOSPHERE o flight. Congratulations to Mello for an awesome 2nd place finish. n & PINBALL! 9-BALL, EVERY SUN AT 8PM, OPEN TABLES Sunda FEATURING KILLER MUSIC & ys HARD A huge congratulations to Holly Sholes for another 1st place win and yet 50% ADDED PAYING DOWN 75% OF FIELD AWSOME LIQUOR! FOOD! TACOMA, WASHINGTON’S PREMIER SPORTS another WPBA qualifier win under her belt! We’ll keep you posted as to 10011 Bridgeport Way SW I-5, EXIT 125, HEAD WEST 1 1/2 MILES 253-581-2580

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Paradise Valley Pool League E.O.S. Scotch Doubles Tournament

PHOENIX, AZ July 25th - On Wednesday night the Paradise Valley Pool League closed the season with another banquet & payout party. This session saw cash payouts to the players totaling $23,400. Following the banquet every year is the blind draw scotch doubles tourney that everybody looks forward to. On this night 48 players signed up for the race to 2 8-ball event. There were plenty of teams that were favorites after the draw, however, that never guarantee’s cashing Jerry Stuckart and Martin Ramos in this event. 1st timer Martin Ramos has only starting playing pool 6 months ago and was partnered with a veteran leaguer Jerry Stuckart. After moving from Wisconsin some years ago, this seasoned 8-ball’er took Martin under his wing and marched through the field of 24 teams undefeated. They got to the hot seat by wins over a Bye, Chad Lovelace/Duncan Barnhill, Aaron Purdy/Leandrea Gaff, Manuel Bella/Jim Money, and Larry Patrick/Tyson Cole(E.O.S. Singles Champion). Coming back to challenge these two in the finals was Bryan Sheperd of the 1st Place division A Kitty’s & Karen Burgess(3rd place division B). There tour through the field saw match wins over Monica Sisneros/Earl Scott, Dick Breese/Richard Bryan Sheperd / Karen Burgess Newman, Ivan Noriega/Aaron Scott before a loss to Larry/Tyson. After regrouping they continued their run on the left side of the board with wins over Dick/Richard again, Al Ruiz/Reyes Gutierrez & Larry/Tyson before their finals loss to the tournament winners Jerry & Martin. I must point out that Jerry placed second in last seasons Blind Draw Scotch event. On this note I have to give a huge thank you to Metro Sports Bar, our banquet host this season. Al Ruiz and staff really provided a first class venue to host our league’s biggest event. A large buffet of wings, sandwiches, taco bar & potato salad that seemed to keep coming wave after wave until you could eat no more was laid out. Metro also added $240 to the scotch doubles Larry Patrick / Tyson Cole tourney after all was said and done. For those of you outside the Metro Phoenix area, make sure that when you’re in Phoenix you come by Metro Sports Bar. They feature 8 Gold Crowns, 9 Valley Bar Boxes, Off Track Betting, a huge bar & a top notch kitchen. You can find tournaments 7 days a week here. 1st Jerry Stuckart / Martin Ramos $180 2nd Bryan Sheperd / Karen Burgess $130 3rd Larry Patrick / Tyson Cole $80 4th Al Ruiz / Reyes Gutierrez $50 5 / 6 Jim Money/Manuel Bella $20 Dick Breese/Richard Newman $20


September 2007


Michaele Kedanis Wins Ladies 8-Ball

Alexander’s held a ladies only 8-Ball Extravaganza on August 4th and 5th, 2007. The tournament took thirty-two pre sign-ups. With six no-shows and four ladies on the waiting list, the final tally of the field was thirty. All eight rated players in the tournament raced to five games while all ladies rated seven and under raced to four games. The tournament was double elimination. Alexander’s played through the brackets, on Saturday, until only eight ladies Michaele remained. Four on the one-loss side and four on the winners side of the bracket. The four ladies on the one-loss side included Justine Bishop, Kristie Ortega, Leandra Gaff, and Kitty Carroll. On the winners side, Michaele Kedanis, Bernie Store, Sara Miller, and Holly Ryan returned. All eight ladies were in the cash when they returned on Sunday. As Sundays play continued, Michaele Kedanis earned her position in the hot seat with wins over Bernie Store and Holly Ryan. The final two on the oneloss side were Bernie and Holly. Holly then lost to Bernie and settled for third

place. Bernie advanced to the finals, against Michaele, faced with having to beat Michaele twice to win the tournament. Michaele, who had beaten Bernie in the finals of the 2007 AzBCA Ladies Masters State Championships earlier this year, kept the two set final in this tournament out of the picture when she defeated Bernie in the first and only set of the finals. The final match went hill/ hill. Sara Miller finished fourth, Kristie Kedanis Ortega and Leandra Gaff tied for 5th/6th, and Kitty Carroll and Justine Bishop tied for 7th/8th. The second chance tournament, on Sunday, was won by Liz Bernreuter. Justine Bishop finished 2nd in the second chance tourney. MAIN EVENT 1st Michaele Kedanis $720 2nd Bernie Store $305 3rd Holly Ryan $195 4th Sara Miller $130 5/6 Kristie Ortega $75 Leandra Gaff 7/8 Kitty Carroll $35 Justine Bishop

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September 2007


Monthly Results By Tom Suarez Tournament Director

SACRAMENTO, CA August started with a huge Jamboree. Thirty Seven One Pocket players played for a purse of $1040, a huge field by any measure for a Monthly one day event. The 9 Ball tournament had 54 players for a total of $1850 in the pot for the players to compete for. The One Pocket event started at 1pm and finished around Midnight. Billy Palmer went undefeated on the winner’s side cruising to the $340 first place prize. On Sunday the 54 player field seemed to be on fire. There were plenty of Billy Palmer matches that were won with wide margins and very few hill-hill battles. Billy Palmer also breezed through the winners side with wins over Odom, Robert Aldana, Dan Russo, Jeff Gregory (9th), Austin Murphy (3rd) and in the Hot Seat a good win over the young Filipino Deo Alpajaro. Deo had wins over Chai Smith, JJ Cain (7th), Chris MacDonald (4th), Ralph Daloin (5th), John Avalos (5th) before losing to Mr. Palmer. In the last 4 years of Monthly Jamborees, Billy Palmer has won both event on the same 3 times, a feat that has not been duplicated even once. Results: Aug 4th: One Pocket 1st $360 Billy Palmer 2nd $220 Jeff Gregory 3rd $160 Frank Nordmann 4th $100 Ed Ames 5/6 $70 John Henderson Jim Fabionar 7/8 $40 Eric Krause Ronnie Allen

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So, you’re thinking about taking lessons... Samm Diep (c) May 2007 If you have not already, there will come a time in your game when what you’re doing alone is just not enough. It’s then that you will consider checking out a pool class or taking some lessons. If you’re fortunate enough to live in a town where there are free clinics and instruction available, jump on it! That’s a great place to start. More often than not, those instructors also teach privately and you can get a good feel for their teaching style. If you’re not so fortunate or if you feel you need some more personal attention, you may want to consider private lessons. As a fellow player who has worked with a variety Samm Diep of instructors, here’s a list I’ve compiled with some things to think about when considering your new coach. Decide which are most important to you. 1. What are your goals? What is your purpose for seeking instruction? 2. Level of commitment? Are you looking for a coach/mentor or just lessons? 3. Knowledge & Experience? 4. Reputation / Referrals? 5. Personality & Communication? 6. Their own playing ability? 7. Cost & Location? What are your goals? Are you a beginner player, starting from scratch that needs help with the basic fundamentals? Are you an above average player that could just use some fine tuning? Or, are you an advanced player that would just like to work on patterns and strategy? If you don’t really know, a good instructor should be able to assess your game and prescribe the right medicine. To get the most out of your lessons, think about what you would like to achieve before you get in there. But remember to stay openminded to learning new things. Mentor vs. Instructor? What level of commitment do you expect from your instructor and from yourself? Depending on what your goals are with pool, you may feel you only need one lesson for now. You may just want to learn something fun and new every couple months. If you’re a more serious

tournament player, perhaps you want someone to travel with you and work with you on a more regular, frequent basis. This obviously requires a bigger investment from both parties. Whatever the commitment level is, you and your instructor should both be working towards the same goal. Knowledge & Experience? It may be tough to tell sometimes how much knowledge and experience an instructor has until you’re already working together. “Reputation / Referrals” can help in this area. A great coach does not need to have previous coaching experience in order to do a good job. They may never have given one lesson before, but if they have the knowledge and the heart to see you succeed, it will work. Reputation / Referrals? In the meantime, you can always ask around. As with any relationship, a coach that worked for one player may not work for another and vice versa. Do the research. If it doesn’t work out, try someone else. It’s not like you married them. Personality & Communication? This was important to me, personally, because I understand my learning style and I would not be able to work with someone that could not communicate well. The best players may not always be the best instructors because they may not be able to articulate what they’re trying to teach you. Consider how effective an instructor’s teaching style is. Their own playing ability? Like I mentioned before, the best player may not be the best instructor. However, is it important to you that your instructor be a better player than you? Will you still be able to learn from someone who may not be able to execute the shot they are teaching you? These are all important things to consider before committing to a coaching relationship. Cost & Location? Will these two words bear any weight for you when considering your new coach? Only you can decide. Only you can know what you’re looking for. My current coach/mentor works full-time as an architect who just happens to love pool and plays it incredibly well. He has a ton of experience and after months of picking his brain and playing together, I asked him if he would consider taking me on. We’ve always been on the same page about strategy and the mental side of the game. He’s organized and is a great communicator. We’re in touch on a daily basis and I feel very fortunate that it’s a good match. If you’re not so lucky, keep looking. Knowing what’s important to you will help. 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)” -

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The Mechanics: Fundamental Facilitators

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Last month I wrote an article that focused on pool’s fundamentals. In it I pointed out that there are only four things that are truly fundamental in the making of a good stroke. Those four things are: 1. Straight alignment, 2. Level cue, 3. Stay down, and 4. Follow through. Now it is time to talk about some things that will help to develop and maintain a good stroke. These things involve the stance, the bridge, the head, the elbow, and the grip, and they are the things that make up the actual mechanics that are employed in any given player’s style. At this point you might be saying to yourself, “Wait a minute. I thought all those things Roger Long were part of the fundamentals.” To that, I answer, no. If you read my other article you might remember that I said many things have traditionally been accepted as fundamental truths, but those things are not truly fundamental; they are merely accessories in the acquisition of good fundamentals. That’s because the particular way a player goes about getting his cue to go through the cue ball straight and level is of no real consequence as long as he indeed gets the job done. But at the same time, I feel that any player who practices certain recommended mechanical techniques will, in the long run, have an advantage over those who do not. Let’s look at a couple of examples of what I am talking about. If your swing arm, from the elbow down to the grip hand, points straight up and down as you set up for the shot, then it is a simple matter of pulling straight back on the cue, and then letting it go straight forward. But if you have an angular alignment in your forearm, it will equate to stick movement at an angle to the line of aim, and that will have to be adjusted in mid-stroke in order to achieve a straight-on-line hit on the cue ball. Not that this can’t be done; but why take the hard route? The same applies if you are in the habit of twisting your grip hand in or out, rather than letting it hang straight down. A twisted wrist puts a twisting action on the cue, and again, that is something that has to be compensated for in mid-stroke. There are a few other recommended mechanical techniques to go along with these two that can help facilitate better motion efficiency in the stroke, and next month we’ll begin presenting all of them in a little more visual detail. In the meantime remember, all good strokes may not include good mechanics, but good mechanics almost always make for good strokes.

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There was a good turnout for the August Straight Pool Tournament at Sam’s Billiards in Portland—16 players. Walt Lunsford came all the way from Moscow, Idaho, and ended up finishing second to our perpetual champion, Bob Zack. The Goldendale, Washington, contingent was represented by Wayne Milke and Greg Lawyer. Wayne was matched up against Bob Zack again, after losing to him 50 to 34 in the prior tournament, but couldn’t match that strong showing this time, falling 50 to 13. Nonetheless, it was better than anyone else did against Bob in the first round, and only Jesse Johnson did better in the finals round, losing 50 to Bob Zack 22 against the indomitable Mr. Zack. Although Bob couldn’t string together the high run he is capable of, he had quite a few runs of a rack or more with a run of 34 setting the high mark for the day. The final results of the first Sunday-of-the-month 14-1 Tournament were as follows: 1st $70 Bob Zack 2nd $55 Walt Lunsford 3rd $40 Paul Lemar 4th $20 Jesse Johnson High Run: 34 balls - Bob Zack The next first Sunday-of-the-month 14-1 Tournament at Sam’s Billiards is September 2, the day before Labor Day. Come join us for the longest running Straight Pool Tournament in the Northwest.


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September 2007

Billiard Education Foundation Awards Academic All-Americans

It was a proud day for the sport of pocket billiards as 39 of the 136 junior players competing in the 2007 Junior National 9-Ball Championships were given the BEF Academic All-American award. Medals and Certificates of Achievement were presented to each youngster by BEF Executive Director Laura Smith and Director of Program Development Dawn Hopkins at the BEF Junior Nationals banquet. The stage was overflowing with smiling recipients as parents savored the moment. The BEF supports and recognizes the student-athletes who excel both in the classroom and in billiard competition. Academic All-American honors are given to those who qualify for the BEF Junior Nationals, plus earn a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Students must complete an application and submit their report cards to receive the award. 2007 Academic All-Americans Chris Anderson Spencer Moore Chad Behnke Logan Parker Brendan Bennett Alec Parker Ryan Beutler Tanner Pruess Taylor Calderon Angelo Quadara Reza Dastmalchian Daniel Rakin Adam Davis Dante Rakin Tyler Dollar Jack Sanchez Ryan Dunn Taylor Satterwhite Caroline Egan Landon Shuffett Logan Elkins


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September 2007

Highlights from APA Nationals 8-BALL OPEN DIVISION


Have Fear Wins Open 8-Ball Championship Have Fear of Glen Burnie, Md., defeated Bridge Street of Fairhaven, Mass., 3-2 in the finals of the Open 8-Ball Division of the 2007 National Team Championships. The victory earned them $25,000 in 1st Place prize money! Bridge Street took home $15,000 as Runners-Up. Have Fear advanced to the finals with a victory over the Dominant Force of Houston, Texas. Bridge Street defeated the Cold Ones of Akron, Ohio to advance. The Open 8-Ball Division saw a record 689 teams compete this year.

9-BALL OPEN DIVISION The Way We Were Wins Open 9-Ball Championship The Way We Were of Trenton, N.J., defeated the Lethal Weapons of Chanute, Kansas, 52-28 in the finals of the Open 9-Ball Division of the 2007 National Team Championships. Their amazing run through the tournament earned them $15,000 in 1st Place prize money! The Lethal Weapons headed back to Kansas $7,000 richer for their outstanding Runner-Up finish. The Way We Were advanced to the finals with a victory over the It Is What It Is of Joliet, Ill. The Lethal Weapons punched their ticket to the finals with a win over Red Rooster of Philadelphia. The Open 9-Ball Division saw a record 333 teams compete this year.

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Goof Troop vs. Billiards & Barstools The Masters Championship concluded early Wednesday morning with Goof Troop, Gary Sunda, Paul Joko, Rigoberto Pena, and Jonathan Balan of Monterey Park, Calif. up against Billiards & Barstools, Matthew Bryan, Gary French, Michael Stevens, and Steven Lingelbach of Beaverton, Ore.

8-Ball Ladies Division Refuse to Lose Wins Ladies 8-Ball Championship Refuse to Lose of Arlington, Va., defeated 8-Up of Fairfield, Ohio, 31 in the finals of the Ladies 8-Ball Division of the 2007 National Team Championships. The victory earned Refuse to Lose a $10,000 pay day! As Runners-Up, 8-Up didn’t go home empty handed either - they received $5,000 in 2nd Place prize money. Refuse to Lose advanced to the finals with a 3-1 victory over the Black Widows of Dallas. A 3-1 victory over Miss Underestimated of Seminole, Fla., secured 8-Up their spot in the finals. Forty-four teams competed in the Ladies 8-Ball Division.

Billiards & Barstools: (l to r) Michael Stevens, Matthew Bryan, Steve Lingelbach, Gary French

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Paul Joko and Michael Stevens headed off the first game. Stevens making two consecutive 9-on-the-Snap breaks, captured the first four games. Joko took the next five wins, but Stevens recognized the competition and captured the last three, one rack earning an 8on-the-Break. Rigoberto Pena and Gary French squared off in the second round, Pena dominated winning seven points in a row. John Balan and Steven Lingelbach competed in the final round Balan captured three wins and winning for Goof Troop - 15 to 10.

September 2007

Highlights from APA Nationals WHEELCHAIR CHALLENGE Havard vs. Hans The APA 8-Ball Wheelchair Challenge ended Wednesday, August 22. After eleven rounds of competition the 64-person board had been whittled down to just two. Charlie Hans a SL 7 from Cincinnati, Oh., and 2006 Wheelchair Challenge Champion, was up against Jamie Havard a SL 4 from Lucedale, Miss The race was 5 to 2. Havard won the lag to start the match. Hans dominated the first game in just one inning. In the second game Havard turned up the heat for the win. Game 3 and 4 was in favor of Hans, who didn’t give the table up much for Havard. In the final game, Hans 2 ball hid behind the 8, after 10 innings and a number of safeties, both Havard and Hans freed the balls and Havard took the game, winning 2 - 3. “This event has just been awesome, I feel really good,” said Jamie Havard, “I played last year also, but this year was so much better, I came in and shot my best the whole time.”

8-BALL DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP Cues and Crown vs. Z’s Odd Couple The 8-Ball Doubles Championship concluded Friday evening with Cues and Crown, Henri Lemoi Jr. (SL5) and Corey McCormick (SL5) of West Warwick, RI up against Z’s Odd Couple, AJ Loyd (SL5) and Stephen Krotek (SL5) of New Stanton, Pa. The race was to four. Z’s Odd Couple won the lag and the table quickly went in Cues and Crown’s favor. The second game Z’s played a bit more strategically, setting up shots for one another, not giving Cues and Crown another chance at the table. The third and fourth game, Z’s captured, but one team did not dominate over the other, the match up was even. The fifth game was played with just as much caution, control of the table bounced between the teams until Z’s finally captured the win. The final score was 4 - 1.

9-BALL DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP Fobia vs. Fire-N-Ice The 9-Ball Doubles Championship concluded Saturday evening with team Fobia, Darren McCannon (SL5) and Joseph Gieseking (SL4) of Bloomington, Minn. up against Fire-N-Ice, Tammy Brathbury (SL2) and Stacy Gisclair (SL3) of Marrero, La. The race was 14 (Fire-N-Ice) to 38 (Fobia). Fobia won the lag and McCannon started the match. Both teams played level and calm, after the first rack the score was Fire-N-Ice 4, Fobia 5, and one dead ball. Fire-N-Ice started off the second rack, and played consistent until the end. Fobia made a few good safeties and managed to stay ahead of their opponents, but in the end Fire-N-Ice won 14 to 16.



September 2007

Southwest Oregon, APA’s First Recipients of the “Oafs Award” by RJ & Wild Bill

Every organization has its share of differences. The more members, in They have been credited with countless occasions of sharing their years that organization the more varied opinions on how that organization should of experience with the less seasoned shooters. Where others often hoard be run; the their knowledge to get an edge on the competition, m o r e these guys are all about having fun and are more than members, the willing to teach the tricks of the trade to others. more chance For the past for personality few years clashes and Chuck, John conflicts. So and Bob have w h e n competed in someone or a an 8-ball ingroup of house division individuals at The Break come along Room in who seem to Medford. They get along with call their team everyone and “The Oafs” as have the a tongue in respect of all c h e e k their fellow reference to members, their ages. t h o s e Because it Chuck Imes individuals was they who Bob Frank stand right out. Those inspired this award it is only fitting John Walker individuals are very special and deserve to be recognized for it. that it be named after them. From Three such gentlemen who have been with the Southwest Oregon, APA this time forward it won’t be the from nearly its inception are truly great examples of the type of individuals Emmy or the Oscar or the Tony to be coveted but The Oafs Award that our you are proud to introduce as part of your billiard family. Chuck, John and shooters will be picturing on their mantels. Congratulations go out to Chuck Bob are all good shooters in their own right and have been held up as Imes, John Walker and Bob Frank. special friends, and openly spoken of with love, respect and admiration.

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A testimonial from his loving wife: I remember he was in a tournament playing John Evans and John was going to do a shot Don felt was wrong and could cost him the game. Don stopped John and explained why he shouldn’t do the shot and explained why he should do a different shot. John took Don’s advice and made the shot and won the game. People watching what Don did told him what a fool he was, “You gave the game away and you would’ve won”. Don told them he couldn’t see John make the mistake. Don has done this before stop people doing wrong shots. John was happy he won, but was grateful to Don for what he did. People come to Don to sell their cue sticks, cases, even pool tables because he’s honest and they know they will get their money. Don loves to make people happy and he’s right there if you need help. Merle and Boomer have to go to the airport, no matter what time, Don meets them at the airport and picks up Van (he call his van) laughing and picks them up, when they get back from Vegas. Don has had people ask him if he can fix dents in cue sticks. Don never hesitates, gets gloss out, goes to town and fixes the problem. If he can help other ways he does. I’ve seen him move people that couldn’t get help to move and Don’s there to move them. Players don’t have rides to tournaments or to leagues call and Don comes and picks them up. People at tables playing pool and having problems, Don will go off if he’s playing someone and go help that person. Don has a caring heart. He gets calls at all hours and Don answers the questions. The staff at Half Time have a saying that Don lives at the Half Time Bar & Grill because he’s up there a lot until late hours. I’ve been asked, don’t I worry and why should I as I know my husband. Don has a temper when shots don’t go the way he wants. He was taught, you do a job, you do it right. He’s not mad at anyone but himself - he’s very hard on himself. A lot of people don’t know Don was born with a clubfoot. He was born with his feet backwards and had to have many operations. The foolish doctor’s didn’t think he could ever walk. He wears a brace on his left leg so he can walk at times. Don is in great pain, his ankles really are in pain. You can tell by watching him walk and know its different but he never lets on. He is a man that cares about people and loves making them happy. He’s excited he won a free trip to Vegas for getting the most new teams in the league. Don does not run leagues down, each has a purpose he feels. Pick the one you feel suits you but don’t bad mouth leagues. He hates to see people abuse pool tables. He takes pride in the work he does to keep the balls and the tables ready for pool players. People have complimented Don saying, “It’s so nice to come to a place to play pool and see the condition the balls are in. I would like to add my two cents. I always looked forward running into Coyote because I know I have a game of pool to play and over the years we have become friends and that friendship I honor. Don “Cheese” Akerlow


September 2007

League N o t es No FALL ACS LEAGUES TO GET UNDERWAY! As summer comes to a close, it’s time to start thinking about fall leagues. We have had quite a few leagues already playing this summer. The Midway in Oregon City, The Nite Hawk in North Portland, City Lights in Tacoma and some of the Central Oregon establishments have all been hosts to summer play. It seems to be a toss up as to whether pool players would like to take the summer off so to speak. Well for those of you who have been focusing on barbecues and other sunny day activities, I say dust off those pool cues! The month of September has leagues beginning in Astoria/Seaside, Longview/Kelso, Eugene/Lane County, Vancouver, Beaverton and a new Midway (Oregon City) league. Beaverton will also be running a Junior League for the third year. October will kick off Olympia, Federal Way and another Nite Hawk session. If you don’t see your area - don’t despair; some of your operators are still finalizing their schedules. Please contact them, or your league officers, show your interest and we’ll be happy to get you the information you need to participate. Remember for those of you who are true pool junkies and want to play in many leagues, your initial one time membership dues enables you to play in as many different sessions and different leagues as your heart desires. I look forward to seeing you all at the regional tournament. Speaking of which, the dates have been confirmed for the 15th through the 20th of April, 2008 at Little Creek Casino Resort. Events will include Scotch, singles - both 9 ball and 8 ball and 8-ball 4 person teams. Once again, our partnership with Little Creek and High Country Promotions will allow us to put on a great, professionally run tournament with added money as last year of at least $12,500.00. Lastly, don’t forget that as a qualified Pacific ACS member you are also eligible to play in the ACS National event in Las Vegas in June 2008. I encourage each of you to visit the Pacific ACS website at for more information and contacts. Contacts are also listed in this paper in the leagues section. Welcome back to all of our returning players and welcome aboard to all our new ones. I’m sure you’ll find the American Cuesports Alliance the premier organization which you can be proud to be a part of! See League Operator List page 28

From The Work Bench

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and we found a Popular table which he shows several views in this article. The legs have a lot of missing veneer but I redid one and have all the patterns. We chatted many time and emailed each other. On a Friday when the Misc. lottery was in 7 figures and Power Ball was way up there we both wondered how it would change our lives. He told me that he might give up the real world job but never the tables; my same sentiments. It’s just too much fun. If you haven’t Watched the changes it the sight lately do it today. It is just too good to miss. You might see me on there soon. and the old Cue Tips show that I did on the radio 10 years ago might just be back as a call in delight. In the meanwhile you can always reach Me on my cell 503 313 8646 or at


September 2007

Aspiring architect wins “C” 9-ball Tournament By DAVID TELLER

SPOKANE, WA Nathan Neergard, a recent University of Montana graduate, prevails over 16 other players to win McQ’s “C” 9-ball tournament, beating Steve “Duke” Malinak of Spokane in the championship. Neergard lost 5-4 in the second round to Derek Gremmet. Neergard overcame difficulty controlling his ball speed, a couple of visits from the “scratch bug” and a few bad rolls to win his next five matches and advance through the loser’s bracket, getting back into the championship. He routed “Duke” twice by a score of 5-2 to take the championship. Bill Swanson made the comeback performance of the Tournament. He lost his second match to Neergard and won his next five matches in the loser’s bracket to finish fourth place. The top player female players were Sheila Moss, Gail Stensgar and Faith Merimoto. All three were eliminated in the same round but did not place. The tournament was held Aug. 4 in Spokane Wash. The tournament director was Bill Spiteri. The Double-elimination tournament was a race to five, both sides. It was played by BCA rules on 9-foot Brunswick Gold Crown tables with Red-Circle cue balls. Entry fee was $30. The total purse was $630; pay went to the top four finishers. McQ’s is located at 9614 E. Sprague, Spokane Valley, WA. For questions about future tournaments call Nita Saddler at (509) 891-8357. Prize Money Pay-out 1st $260 Nathan Neergard 2nd $190 Steve “Duke” Malinak 3rd $120 Roland Williams 4th $60 Bill Swanson

Jake’s Women’s Tournament Results By Annie Gay

Saturday, August 4th, Jake’s Bar & Grill in Salem, Oregon hosted a Women’s open eight ball tournament. There was an entry fee of twenty dollars, and a race to three for the open players and to five for the masters. Twenty five of the nicest gals came to play that day. Special thanks to all who showed up, I had a great time. Thanks to Scott and Judy for having an establishment like Jake’s for us to play at. Thanks to the cook, bartenders and wait staff for the awesome service and the specials menu for the day. Watch our ad for up coming events and check out our website at The final results are: 1st Monica Moonen $200 2nd Eileen Madden $150 3rd Kimber Sexton $125 4th Cindy Garvin $100 5th Jaime Rigsby $75 6th Stephanie Larsen $50

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The races were to 5 on the A side, 4 on the B side, lag for break, no coaching, call pocket with modified BCA rules, meaning you could not win or lose on the break with the 8 and you also could not scratch on the 8 at any time without loss of game. Even with a winner breaks format, there were many hill-hill matches. It was nice to see a few teams that were put together at the last minute got into the money. From the outset, it looked like the strongest team was Kyoko Sone and her boyfriend, Naoki Wakimoto who ploughed through a stellar field with wins over travelmateYuko Kudaka and Crow, Andrea Saenz-Maes and Glenn Atwell, Linda Carter and Mike Zimmerman, and Margie Avlon and Stan Tourangeau for the point. Margie and Stan came through the B side to take 2nd. A second chance tournament was run on Sunday, with Sherry Griffin and Rocky taking away most of the cash. A big thank you to Robin and Wendy, Matt, and Joannie at the Brick House for making such an enjoyable weekend for the players. 1st $920 Kyoko Sone and Naoki Wakimoto (Japan and Canada) (a 3 day/2 night vacation stay in Las Vegas for 2 from Incentives International.)

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On July 21st players participated in an event for mostly one reason, “Love of the Game”. Billings was host for the 22nd annual Big Sky State Games and Billiards was fortunate to be one of the events included. Our fifth year was our largest in terms of participants. We had no money added. We had no prize money. We had no Calcutta. Players came from Butte, Great Falls, Saco, Culbertson and other communities not close to Billings. We had table runs. We had jump shots made. We had some games “given away”. We played singles and doubles. We started at 10 am and finished at 11pm. We played for the gold, the silver and the bronze. I personally handed out over 30 medals and almost everyone was as proud as anyone I ever handed a check to. They came and they competed. Some players’ won and some players lost. The competition was fierce and the sportsmanship was almost perfect. We played just because we love this game. It is not always about just winning or losing it is always about competing. We played mostly for “love of the Game”. If you are from Montana, next year you can play in the Big Sky State Games and you can play “ For Love of this Game”. Womens 40+ 1 Linda Asleson 2 Sue Miller 3 Karen Grimm

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Weekly Tournaments Mon & Tues 9-Ball at 7:30 pm Thurs 8-Ball at 7:30 pm Spokane In-house BCA Pool League contact Nita Saddler 509-891-8357 Tournament Play on 9’ Gold Crowns Doors open at 9am - Starts 10 am For Info Call Nita (509) 891-8357 Pool Player Rates: Quality Inn Resv. 509-928-5218 or 800-777-7355

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



Bar & Grill

7115 NE Hazel Dell - Vancouver,WA

360-694-3114 Mon: Sun:

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


September 2007 Dates, Times & Tournaments are subject to change without notice.

DA Y DAY Mondays

CITY Bellflower Sacramento

PHONE (562) 867-7733 (916) 456-3243 (415) 931-1115 (408) 266-7665 (925) 725-3900 (760) 951-2800 (510) 652-9808 (408) 842-6950 (650) 965-3100 (951) 785-9588 (916) 456-3243 (619) 583-6361 (408) 266-7665 (650) 965-3100 (916) 368-8800 (916) 332-8798 (619) 583-6361 (415) 585-6800 (408) 266-7665 (562) 867-7733 (916) 368-8800 (951) 785-9588 (916) 332-8798 (415) 931-1115 (408) 266-7665 (408) 739-7665 (951) 785-9588 (415) 931-1115 (415) 346-9140 (408) 739-7665 (562) 867-7733 (650) 965-3100 (916) 368-8800 (916) 332-8798

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball USPPA Handicapped 9-Ball B USPPA 9-Ball 9-Ball USPPA 9-Ball USPPA 9-Ball USPPA 8 Ball Handicapped 9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball Open staggered entry 9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball USPPA 9-Ball USPPA 9-Ball - ‘C’ & below 9 Ball ‘B’ & below-Limit 32 8-Ball B 8-Ball 8-Ball 9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball - ‘B’ & below 9-Ball 9 Ball USPPA USPPA Seniors 50+ (last Thurs) 8/9 Ball Alternating 9-Ball USPPA NPL NPL 8-Ball B & C players 9-Ball Open 9-Ball USPPA Handicap 8-Ball 9 Ball Open

ENTR Y ENTRY $15 $5 $20 $5 $15 $7 $15 $15 $10 $12 $5-$15 $12 (2 Brk Pots) $16 $20 $5 $5 $10 $10 $7 $10 $5 $12 $10 $20 $10 $10 $12 $20 $20 $10 $15 $20 $5 $15



LOCA TION LOCATION Hard Times Jointed Cue Family Billiards CueTopia Crown Billiards Gary’s Victor Billiards Broken Rack Garlic City Billiards CA Billiard Club Shooters Jointed Cue College Billiards CueTopia CA Billiard Club Diamond Billiards Hard Times College Billiards Billiards Palacade CueTopia Hard Times Diamond Billiards Shooters Hard Times Family Billiards CueTopia Lucky Shot Shooters Family Billiards Billiard Palacade Lucky Shot Hard Times CA Billiard Club Diamond Billiards Hard Times

$5/player to $150

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

CITY Helena Three Forks Billings Billings Billings Kalispell Belgrade Billings Billings Butte

LOCA TION LOCATION Edge Casino Frontier Club Bullwackers Bullwackers Corner Pocket Cattlemen’s Casino Hub Bar Bullwackers Corner Pocket Mr Ed’s

PHONE (406) 449-4997 (406) 285-9876 (406) 259-9865 (406) 259-9865 (406) 248-3314 (406) 257-9656 (406) 388-1811 (406) 259-9865 (406) 248-3314 (406) 782-3700

EVENT / RULES 8 Ball Free Pool All Day 8 Ball-Victoria Secret Ladies 8 Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Free Pool All Day 9 Ball 9-Ball 8 Ball


ADDED Matching


San Francisco


San Jose San Ramon Victorville Emeryville Gilroy


Mountain View

Riverside Sacramento San Diego San Jose Wednesdays


Mountain View Rancho Cordova

Sacramento San Diego San Francisco San Jose Bellflower Rancho Cordova

Riverside Sacramento San Francisco

Fridays Saturdays

San Jose Sunnyvale Riverside San Francisco San Francisco


Sunnyvale Bellflower Mountain View Rancho Cordova


DA Y DAY Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays Sundays


Family Billiards 2807 Geary Blvd - San Francisco, CA

Hours: Sun-Wed: 11:30am-2am Thurs: 11:30am-4am Fri-Sat: 11:30am-4am


(415) 931-1115

BEER & FINGER FOOD 18 Gold Crown Tables USPPA Mon & Thurs 7PM Last Mon & Thurs of month - 7PM Pays top 4 spots (Winner 1/2) 48 player limit

FREE $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5


$50 $100 w/32 $$$/Break Pot $75 $100 w/32 $50 $$$/Break Pot

$50 w/24+ $50 w/16 $500 Break Pot $50 w/24+ $$$ $500 Break Pot

$100 Matching $100 $2.50/player

9:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 1:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 2:00PM

4th Weekend of Every Month


added to each tournament with 32 players Saturdays: One Pocket at 1 PM

$25 Entry - Race to 2 - Double Elimination

Sundays: 9-Ball at 1 PM

$25 Entry - Race to 6 Winners / 4 Losers Double Elimination

September 2007

31 New Pool Videos

New Pool Videos

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


DA Y DAY Mondays







CITY Beaverton Boring Medford Portland Salem Tigard Troutdale Beaverton Boring Medford Oregon City Portland Salem Tigard Boring Milwaukee Portland Portland Tigard Troutdale Milwaukie Portland Portland Portland Tigard Vaneta Oregon City Salem Salem Tigard Oregon City Oregon City Portland Portland Portland Portland Salem Salem Oregon City Portland Portland Portland Salem

WEEKLY POOL TOURNAMENTS LOCA TION LOCATION Hot Shots Full Moon Bar & Grill Rack’em Cues Billiards Sharkey’s Pool & Brew Break Time Billiards Skyland Hot Shots Hwy 26 Sports Bar Rack’em Rodders Cues Billiards Sharkey’s Pool & Brew Break Time Billiards Hwy 26 Sports Bar Wichita Cues Billiards Cues Billiards Break Time Billiards Skyland Domenic’s Bar & Grill Ranchouse Ranchouse Ranchouse Break Time Billiards Yukon Jack’s K C Midway Jake’s Bar & Grill Sharkey’s Pool & Brew Break Time Billiards K C Midway K C Midway JoQ’s Ranchouse Ranchouse Ranchouse Jake’s Bar & Grill Sharkey’s Pool & Brew K C Midway Classic Billiards NiteHawk Sam’s Billiards Sharkey’s Pool & Brew

PHONE (503) 644-8869 (503) 663-0581 (541) 779-6111 (503) 251-8399 (503) 391-4912 (503) 443-6166 (503) 661-6464 (503) 644-8869 (503) 663-5181 (541) 779-6111 (503) 650-2363 (503) 251-8399 (503) 391-4912 (503) 443-6166 (503) 663-5181 (503) 654-4201 (503) 251-8399 (503) 251-8399 (503) 443-6166 (503) 661-6464 (503) 654-6969 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 443-6166 (541) 935-1921 (503) 656-9501 (503) 362-3600 (503) 391-4912 (503) 443-6166 (503) 656-9501 (503) 656-9501 (503) 287-4210 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 702-7878 (503) 362-3600 (503) 391-4912 (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 Golf Snooker 8-Ball B & Below 9 Ball ‘C’ -Texas Express 8-Ball/9-Ball USPPA 8-Ball 9-Ball C & below 8-Ball B & below Mod. BCA 8-Ball Modified BCA 8-Ball/9-Ball 8-Ball Open 9-Ball 8-Ball Golf Snooker 8-Ball B & Below 8-Ball “No Masters” 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball/9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball Texas Express 8-Ball Double Elim. 9-Ball Texas Express 8 Ball-Open 9-Ball Golf Snooker 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 9 Ball-No Masters 8-Ball 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. $10 $3 $6+$1 $5 $8 $5 $7 incl. g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $6 incl. g.f. $6 incl. g.f. $10 $3 $5 $6 $6 $6 $5+$2 g.f. $3 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $10 $6 $5 $5 $6 $6 $6 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5+$2 g.f. $3M/$2W $10+$2 g.f. $10


TIME 7:00PM $$$ 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM Matching 7:00PM Call 7:30PM 7:00PM Matching 7:00PM 7:00PM Matching 7:30PM 7:30PM $75/1st w/16 7:00PM $25 every 8 6:30PM Matching 7:00PM Matching 7:30PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM Call 7:30PM 50% 7:00PM $$$ 5:00PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM $25 every 8 6:30PM 50% 7:30PM $75/1st w/16 7:30PM $$$ 7:30PM Matching 7:00PM Call $75/1st w/16 5:00PM $75/1st w/16 7:30PM 8:00PM $$$ 5:00PM $$$ 7:30PM $$$ 9:30PM $$$ 7:30PM Matching 7:00PM $75/1st w/16 6:30PM Match to $100 5:00PM $100 6:00PM 11:00AM 50% 1:00PM


September 2007 Dates, Times & Tournaments are subject to change without notice.


DA Y DAY Mondays

CITY Everett Federal Way Kennewick Lakewood Marysville Puyallup Sedro Woolley Snohomish Spokane Tacoma Vancouver Vancouver Tuesdays Everett Lakewood Shoreline Spokane Spokane Sumner Wednesdays Longview Monroe Renton Seattle Sumner Tacoma Tacoma Vancouver Thursdays Bellevue Everett Kirkland Lynnwood Federal Way Fircrest Lakewood Puyallup Spokane Tacoma Vancouver Fridays Everett Federal Way Longview Okanogan Renton Spokane Tacoma Saturdays Everett Federal Way Kennewick Lakewood Okanogan Renton Renton Spokane Sumner Vancouver Sundays Lakewood Lakewood Longview Lynnwood Okanogan Tacoma Vancouver Vancouver

WEEKLY POOL TOURNAMENTS LOCA TION LOCATION New Grove Tall Timbers Classic Island Maggie O’Toole’s J R’s Steakhouse & Bar Summit Pub Cues-N-Brews Jake’s Old Inn McQ’s Latitude 84 Halftime Spot Bar & Grill P C Pub Longhorn Saloon Dr Cues 7th Rail McQ’s Log Cabin Cadillac Island J R Phinickey’s Mike’s Place Jillian’s Sharkey’s City Lights Latitude 84 Spot Bar & Grill Mustard Seed New Grove Brickhouse Pub Daverthumps Vintage Charley’s Maggie O’Toole’s Nifty’s McQ’s Twisted Cue Club Spot Bar & Grill P C’s Pub Time Out Alehouse Cadillac Island The Club Mike’s Place 7th Rail City Lights New Grove Time Out Alehouse Classic Island Schooners The Club Mike’s Place Mike’s Place 7th Rail Log Cabin Spot Bar & Grill Full Splice Longhorn Saloon Cadillac Island Uncle Jack’s The Club Latitude 84 Halftime Spot Bar & Grill

PHONE (425) 438-8449 (253) 952-2302 (509) 460-7203 (253) 584-3278 (360) 658-7747 (253) 536-1588 (360) 855-2263 (360) 568-7835 (509) 891-8357 (253) 531-5154 (360) 694-3114 (360) 256-1110 (425) 258-9465 (253) 581-2580 (206) 365-1187 (509) 325-7751 (509) 891-8357 (253) 863-2905 (360) 957-0065 (360) 794-6026 (425) 255-9213 (206) 223-0300 (253) 863-0742 (253) 383-3301 (253) 531-5154 (360) 256-1110 (425) 603-9001 (425) 438-8449 (425) 814-4606 (425) 774-6573 (253) 835-1468 (253) 564-9454 (253) 584-3278 (253) 531-8202 (509) 891-8357 (253) 238-1030 (360) 256-1110 (425) 258-9465 (253) 838-0086 (360) 957-0065 (509) 422-1907 (425) 255-9213 (509) 325-7751 (253) 383-3301 (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) 512-6898 (253) 581-2580 (360) 957-0065 (425) 640-5474 (509) 422-1907 (253) 531-5154 (360) 694-3114 (360) 256-1110

EVENT / RULES 8-Ball Ladies 8-Ball Open Call Pocket 9-Ball Open 9-Ball “B” Only 8-Ball B & below 8-Ball 8-Ball - Limit 32 Money Shoot Qualifier 9 Ball - Texas Express 9-Ball 8-Ball Open 8 Ball - Ladies Only 9-Ball 8-Ball 9-Ball Limit 32 “Torture” Tournament 9 Ball - Texas Express 9-Ball Vegas Rules 8-Ball Open 8-Ball Vegas Rules 8 Ball 9-Ball 8-Ball 9 Ball 9-Ball 8-Ball Call Pocket 8-Ball B only Limit 16 8-Ball “Meat Shoot” 8-Ball Prog. Break Pot 8-Ball Open 8-Ball/9-Ball Alternating 8-Ball/9-Ball Alternating 8-Ball “B” Only 8-Ball 8 Ball 9-Ball BCA rules 8 Ball - BCA Modified 8 Ball - B & below 8-Ball 9-Ball $25 top B player 8-Ball 8 Ball 9-Ball 9 Ball $100 Break Pot 9-Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped 8-Ball BCA rules 9-Ball 8 Ball 8 Ball 8-Ball 8-Ball Slop Pool 8-Ball First Sunday Only 9-Ball Blind Draw Sc Dbls

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

ENTR Y ENTRY $12 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5 $3 $5 $5 $10 $1 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5+$1 $5 $5 $7 $5 $5+3 g.f. $5+$3 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5+$2 g.f. $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $6 $5 $5 $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $3 $10 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5 $5 $5 $3 $5 $2 $5+$3 $5 $5+$1 $5+$2 g.f. $5 $5+$3 g.f. $5 $5

ADDED $200 Guar 100% ($100 max) $200 w/20 100% 100% 50% $50 50% $50 min.

TIME 8:00PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 7:30PM 8:00PM $$$ 7:00PM $2/player 8:00PM 100% 7:00PM Pays 75% field 8:00PM Break Pot 7:30PM $20 5:00PM $50 min. 7:30PM Matching 7:00PM Matching 7:00PM 100% 7:00PM 100% w/16 8:00PM 100% 7:30PM Matching 6:30PM 100% w/32 8:00PM 8:00PM Matching 2:00PM up to $100 7:30PM $200 in Meat 8:00PM Matching 7:00PM Matching to 32 7:00PM $$$ 7:00PM Matching 7:00PM 100% 7:00PM 100% w/16+ 7:00PM $50 min. 7:30PM 100% w/16+ 7:00PM $3/player 11:00PM 100% 8:00PM 50% 8:00PM $200 7:00PM 7:00PM 100% w/16 8:00PM Matching 8:00PM 8:00PM $5/player 8:00PM 50% 8:00PM Matching 7:00PM 100% 7:00PM 7:00PM 100% w/16 2:00PM 100% w/16 8:00PM Matching 8:00PM Matching 2:00PM Meat 8:00PM 100% w/15+ 1:30pm Pays 75% field 8:00PM Matching 2:00PM Matching 3:00PM 2:00PM 8:00PM $$$ w/16+ 7:00PM Matching 2:00PM

September 2007




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

DA Y DAY Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays

CITY Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas

LOCA TION LOCATION Pool Sharks Cue Club Cue Club Pool Sharks

PHONE (702) 222-1011 (702) 735-2884 (702) 735-2884 (702) 222-1011

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball 9 Ball D & E Players Tourny

ENTR Y ENTRY $10 $10 $10 $5


TIME 8:00PM 6:30PM 6:30PM 7:00PM

CITY Boise Meridian New Plymouth Tuesdays Hailey Moscow Nampa Wednesdays Moscow Twin Falls Thursdays Boise Fridays Lewiston Saturdays Moscow Nampa Sundays Pocatello

LOCA TION LOCATION The Pocket New Frontier Double Diamond Mint Night Club Mingles Woodshed Mingles The Pocket The Pocket Shooters Mingles Woodshed Oasis Bar

PHONE (208) 375-2474 (208) 888-9034 (208) 278-9282 (208) 481-1009 (208) 882-2050 (208) 467-7952 (208) 882-2050 (208) 733-9676 (208) 375-2474 (208) 746-9240 (208) 882-2050 (208) 467-7952 (208) 232-9347

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

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


TIME 8:00PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM 8:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 8:00PM 7:30PM 7:00PM 7:30PM 8:00PM

DA Y DAY Wednesdays

LOCA TION LOCATION Cue Connection Carom Club Golden Cue Billiards Cue Connection

PHONE (505) 439-9789 (505) 242-1966 (505) 883-6406 (505) 439-9789

EVENT / RULES 9 Ball-Handicap 8-Ball B & C Only 9-Ball-Ranked 8 Ball-Handicap

ENTR Y ENTRY $10 $15 $15 $10




DA Y DAY Mondays

Saturdays Sundays

CITY Alamagordo Albuquerque Albuquerque Alamagordo

$25 w/16+ $30-$40 Matching Matching

TIME 6:30PM 6:00PM 2:30PM 2:30PM

Do y ou Ha ve W eek ly T ournaments to List - Call 406-285-3099 F ind Out How you Hav Week eekly Tournaments Find


DA Y DAY Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays Saturdays Sundays

CITY Glendale Tucson Glendale Tucson Tucson Tucson Glendale Phoenix Glendale Glendale Phoenix Tucson

LOCA TION LOCATION Northern Lounge Main Street Billiards Northern Lounge Main Street Billiards Main Street Billiards Main Street Billiards Northern Lounge Alexander’s Northern Lounge Northern Lounge Alexander’s Main Street Billiards

PHONE (623) 937-0940 (520) 546-3464 (623) 937-0940 (520) 546-3464 (520) 546-3464 (520) 546-3464 (623) 937-0940 (602) 973-1638 (623) 937-0940 (623) 937-0940 (602) 973-1638 (520) 546-3464

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball 8 & Under hndcp -2 8 and under minus 3 games 9-Ball 6 & Under hndcp -2 Open ABC 8 and under minus 3 games Open minus 4 games 9-Ball 9 & Under hndcp -3 WB 9-Ball 9 & Under hdcp -3 Min 4 8-Ball Open LP/LB 9-Ball Open Ball hdcp 9-Ball Scotch hdcp -10 Min 4 Race to full handicap

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


TIME 200% payback 7:00PM Sidepot 7:00PM 200% payback 7:00PM Sidepot 7:00PM Sidepot 7:00PM Sidepot 7:00PM 200% payback 7:00PM 250% payback 7:30PM 200% payback 7:00PM 200% payback 6:00PM $$$ 5:30PM Side pot 1:00PM


HARD TIMES-SACRAMENTO, CA Aug 8 Tuesday 8 Ball Line 1st $90 Tim Duffy 2nd Tie Joel Kenny, Austin Murphy, Jesse Jimenez, Ricky Smiley Aug 9 B tournament 1st $65 Rex Chan 2nd $45 Ricky Smiley 3/4 $20 Jesse and Matt 5-8 $10 WOK, Austin Nesbit, Buddy Barret, Dan K Aug 12 Weekly 9 Ball 1st $160 Austin Murphy 2nd $120 Joel Kenny 3rd $80 Joey Gebron 4th $60 Art Valencia

Aug 14 8 Ball line 1st $90 Austin Murphy 2nd Tie Ricky Smiley Brandon Lewis Aug 15 B Tournament 1st $80 Rex Chan 2nd $50 Chris P 3/4 $20 Buddy Barret Larry 5-8 $10 John S, Jesse, Jon Butler, Brandon Lewis Aug 19 Weekly 9 Ball 1st $170 Jim Fabionar 2nd $120 Frank Nordmann 3rd $80 Rezaldi Rosaluna 4th $50 James Williams 5/6 $30 Loren Mah Jesse Jimenez


Aug 6th 9-Ball 1st Steve Dennis 2nd Leif Johnson 3rd Marion Aragon Aug 7th 9-Ball 1st Leandrea Gaff 2nd Bob Hayden 3rd Leif Johnson Aug 13th 9-Ball 1st Cassie Anderson 2nd Steve Soto 3rd Rob Turner Aug 14th 9-Ball 1st Roy Thompson 2nd Bob Hayden 3rd Todd Mathis

Aug 18th 8-Ball 1st Jerry Smiley 2nd Larry Eans 3rd John Branham 4th Leandrea Gaff Aug 20th 9-ball 1st Buddy Birmingham 2nd Barbara Allen 3rd Greg Shields Aug 21st 9-Ball 1st Dan Young 2nd Char Alcott 3rd Todd Mathis

CALIFORNIA BILIARD CLUB MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA USPPA SUNDAY 7/9 1ST $450 Marshall Williams 2nd $200 Don Swearingen 3-4 $125 Junne Padua Nick Callado

USPPA SUNDAY 8/5 1ST $240 Marshall Williams 2nd $120 Jim Blakeman 3-4 $50 Kenny Maeda Allen Jones

USPPA SUNDAY 8/12 1ST $240 Ramon Mistica 2nd $120 Marshall Williams

USPPA SUNDAY 8/19 1st $196 Marshall Williams 2nd $100 Kenny Koo 3-4 $50 Ramon Mistica Yao Chuang

September 2007

34 DA TE DATE Sep 1-2 Sep 1-3 Sep 1 Sep 1 Sep 2 Sep 1 Sep 2 Sep 8 Sep 8-9 Sep 8-9 Sep 8-9 Sep 9 Sep 15-16 Sep 15 Sep 15-16 Sep 15-16 Sep 15-16 Sep 21 Sep 21 Sep 22-23 Sep 22 Sep 22 Sep 22 Sep 22-23 Sep 22-23 Sep 22-23 Sep 22-23 Sep 26 Sep 28-30 Sep 29 Sep 29-30 Sep 29-30 Oct 5-7 New Date Oct 6-7 Oct 6 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 12-14 Oct 13 Oct 13-14 Oct 13-14 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 20 Oct 20 Oct 20-21 Oct 24-28 Oct 27 Oct 27-28 Oct 31 Nov 3 Nov 3 Nov 3-4 Nov 3 Nov 4 Nov 4 Nov 9-11 Nov 10 Nov 10 Nov 15 Nov 15-18 Nov 16 Nov 17-18 Nov 17 Nov 17-18 Nov 22 Nov 23-25 Nov 24-25 Nov 28

CITY Spokane, WA Riverside, CA Tigard, OR Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Lynnwood, WA Portland, OR Salem, OR Glendale, AZ Phoenix, AZ Lynnwood, WA Sacramento, CA Mtn View, CA Tigard, OR Phoenix, AZ Okanogan, WA Everett, WA Billings, MT Ogden, UT Ogden, UT Tucson, AZ Salem, OR Bozeman, MT Glendale, AZ San Francisco, CA Longview, WA Emeryville, CA San Francisco, CA Kennewick, WA Tucson, AZ Phoenix, AZ Port Angeles, WA Great Falls, MT Port Angeles, WA Tigard, OR Lynnwood, WA Portland, OR Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Butte, MT Salem, OR Longview, WA Bellevue, WA Billings, MT Salem, OR Bozeman, MT Tigard, OR Mtn View, CA Lincoln City, OR Butte, MT San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA Tigard, OR Lynnwood, WA Lynnwood, WA Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Portland, OR Great Falls, MT Bozeman, MT Salem, OR Rugby, ND Rugby, ND Billings, MT Glendale, AZ Tigard, OR Mtn View, CA Butte, MT Bozmeman, MT San Francisco, CA San Francisco, CA

LOCA TION LOCATION McQ’s (See ad p29) Shooters (See ad Aug) Break Time (See ad p25) Hard Times (See ad 5) Hard Times (See ad 5) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p8) Sam’s Billiards (See ad p12) The Cue Ball (See ad p19) Northern Lounge (See ad p11) Alexander’s (See ad p23) NWPA (See ad p6) Hard Times (See ad p5) CA Billiard Club (See ad p9) Break Time (See ad p25) Alexander’s (See ad p23) The Club (See ad p25) Shotze’s (See ad p22) Kings Korner (See ad p27) Ogden Eagles (See ad Aug) Ogden Eagles (See ad Aug) Main Street (See ad p15) Sharkey’s (See ad p28) Eagles #326 (See ad p25) Northern Lounge (See ad p11) Family Billiards (See ad p30) Cadillac Island (See ad p34) WWR Tour (See ad p28) Billiard Palacade (See ad p12) Classic Island (See ad p18) Main Street (See ad p15) Alexander’s (See ad p23) New Peking (See ad p9) 8 Ball In (See ad BC) New Peking (See ad p9) Break Time (See ad p25) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p8) Sam’s Billiards (See ad p12) Hard Times (See ad 5) Hard Times (See ad 5) Mr Eds (See ad p28) The Cue Ball (See ad p19) Cadillac Island (See ad p34) NWPA (See ad p6) Kings Korner (See ad p27) Sharkey’s (See ad p28) Eagles #326 (See ad p25) Break Time (See ad p25) CA Billiard Club (See ad p9) Western BCA (See ad p26) Mr Eds (See ad p28) Family Billiards (See ad p30) Billiard Palacade (See ad p12) Break Time (See ad p25) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p8) Uncle Jack’s (See ad p8) Hard Times (See ad 5) Hard Times (See ad 5) Sam’s Billiards (See ad 12) Eight Ball In (See ad p20) Eagles #326 (See ad p25) The Cue Ball (See ad p19) Northern Lights (See ad p26) Northern Lights (See ad p26) Kings Korner (See ad p27) Northern Lounge (See ad p11) Break Time (See ad p25) CA Billiard Club (See ad p9) Mr Ed’s (See ad p28) Eagles #326 (See ad p25) Family Billiards (See ad p30) Billiard Palacade (See ad p12)

PHONE (509) 891-8357 (951) 736-7340 (503) 443-6166 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (425) 640-5474 (503) 282-8266 (503) 362-9740 (623) 937-0940 (602) 973-1638 (206) 920-1936 (916) 332-8793 (650) 965-3100 (503) 443-6166 (602) 973-1638 (509) 422-1907 (425) 220-9051 (406) 256-8946 (801) 547-1622 (801) 547-1622 (520) 546-3464 (503) 391-4912 (406) 587-9996 (623) 937-0940 (415) 931-1115 (360) 957-0065 (415) 585-6800 (360) 957-4173 (520) 546-3464 (602) 973-1638 (360) 477-1867 (406) 761-9169 (360) 477-1867 (503) 443-6166 (425) 640-5474 (503) 282-8266 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (406) 782-3700 (503) 362-9740 (360) 957-0065 (206) 920-1936 (406) 256-8946 (503) 391-4912 (406) 587-9996 (503) 443-6166 (650) 965-3100 League Operator (406) 782-3700 (415) 931-1115 (415) 585-6800 (503) 443-6166 (425) 640-5474 (425) 640-5474 (916) 332-8793 (916) 332-8793 (503) 282-8266 (406) 761-9169 (406) 587-9996 (503) 362-9740 (701) 776-5846 (701) 776-5096 (406) 256-8946 (623) 937-0940 (503) 443-6166 (650) 965-3100 (406) 782-3700 (406) 587-9996 (415) 931-1115 (415) 585-6800

EVENT / RULES 9-Ball Spokane Open 9-Ball Open Memorial One Pocket One Pocket 9-Ball 9-Ball (big table) Straight Pool 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players 18 & Under Scotch 9-Ball 9-Ball 5th Annual Bar Box 9-Ball at Uncle Jack’s 9-Ball Race 5/3 Piona Mem. Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball Straight Pool 8’s Only Round Robin 9-Ball Open 8-Ball WA State Bar Table 8-Ball Blind Draw Doubles 9-Ball Open & Sc Dbls 8-Ball Mens & Womens 8-Ball 8th Anniversary 8-Ball Sc Dbls No Hdcp Race 3 8-Ball Mixed Scotch Doubles 8 & Under Invitational One Pocket/9-Ball 9-Ball Pechauer Tour Stop 9-Ball at Broken Rack 8-Ball Handicapped 9-Ball B & Below 9-Ball Super Scotch Doubles Scotch Doubles Round Robin IRONMAN 9-Ball & 8-Ball 8-Ball Wild West Shootout Juan de Fuca Mx Sch Dbls One Pocket 9-Ball (big table) Straight Pool One Pocket 9-Ball Corey Reopelle Memorial Dbls 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players 9-Ball Lincoln City Warmup 9-Ball at The Parlor 8-Ball Blind Draw Doubles 9-Ball BCA Rules Chip Pool Classic Straight Pool Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball 9-Ball Regional Halloween Tournament One Pocket/9-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped One Pocket 9-Ball (big table) 9-Ball 3-Person Team One Pocket 9-Ball Straight Pool 8-Ball Shooters Challenge M & W 8-Ball Women’s Doubles 9-Ball So. Willamette Valley players 9-Ball International Cup 8-Ball Shootout Men & Women 8-Ball Blind Draw Doubles 8-Ball Invitational - B-day Party Straight Pool Sat: One Pocket / Sun: 9-Ball Thanksgiving Day Tournament 8-Ball Holiday Classic M & W One Pocket/9-Ball 8-Ball Handicapped

ENTR Y ENTRY $50+$10 g.f. $75 $20 $20 $25 $20+$5 g.f. $12 $10 $30/team $50 Call $60 $40 / $25 $20 Call $40 $55+$5 g.f. $5 $50 $100M/$50W Call $25 $20/team $20 $25 each Call $30 $20 $30+$10 g.f. $20/team Call $90+$10 g.f. $25 M & W $75+$5 g.f. $20 $20+$5 g.f. $12 $20 $25 $50/team $10 $40+$10 g.f. Call $5 $20 $10 $20 $40 / $25 Varies $5 $25 each $20 $20 $20+$5 g.f. $100+$25 g.f. $20 $25 $12 $35+$15 g.f. $20/team $10 $40 $60M/$35W $5 Call $20 $40 / $25 $5 $50+$20 mem $25 each $20

ADDED $7000 payout $5,000 Guar. $50 every 8

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

$250 w/32 $200 $500 $1000 $500

w/full field

$400 each $50 every 8 $500 w/32 $1,125 w/54 Matching $2,500 1st Men 88% $15/team $100 $500 $300 ea w/32 $1,000 $200 $1.000 $500 $1,000

w/full field

M-$5,000 W-$1500

$1,100 w/full field $50 every 8 $250 w/32 $10 per 30 max. $10 per 50 max.

$$$ $200 $1,000 $500 Matching $500 $200 $50 every 8 $400 each $14,000

$300 ea w/32 $200 $50 every 8 $250 w/32 $1,000 Guar.

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

$7,500 $100 $200 $1,000 - 1st $3,000 1st Guar. Matching $500 $50 every 8 $400 each $3,000+ Guar. $300 ea w/32 $200

TIME 10:00AM 1:00PM Noon Noon Noon 10:00AM 11:00AM 10:00AM 1:00PM 11:00AM Call Noon 1:00PM Noon Call Call 10:00AM Call 7:00PM 10:00AM Call 10:00AM 11:00AM 1:00PM 1:00PM 10:00AM 1:00PM Call 7:00PM 1:00PM Call Call 7:00PM Call Noon 10:00AM 11:00AM Noon Noon 9:00PM 10:00AM Noon Call Call 10:00AM 11:00AM Noon 1:00PM Varies 1:00PM 1:00PM Call Noon 10:00AM Call Noon Noon 11:00AM 7:00PM 11:00AM 10:00AM 3:00PM 7:00PM Call 1:00PM Noon 1:00PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 1:00PM Call

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