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A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9
A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9-BALL POCKET BILLIARDS
Vol.3, No.3
(201)226-5429
The Pearl"
ROs'Rimmer
i n Reno
RENO"
Eighty-one players descended into the Sands Regent arena and battled for a
share of its $44,000 purse. When the smoke cleared, Earl Strickland came up smiling,
posting a 10-1 record and clutching the $10,000 grand prize. In races to eleven, he
beat Matlock (8), Martin (2), DiToro (3), Medina (10), Lemke (6), lost to Davenport
8-11, and then defeated Martin (4), McCready (8), Williams (2), and Davenport twice
9-8 and 9-3.
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^
THE 5th SANDS REGENT OPEN
RENO, NEVADA
June 3-7,1987
FINAL
NAME
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Earl
Kim
Bob
Keith
5th-6th
AVG.
Strickland
Davenport
Williams
McCready
Mike
Sigel
Ray
Martin
7th-8th
Allen
Hopkins
Louie
Lemke
9th-12th
Efren
Reyes
Mike
LeBron
Howard
Vickery
Tim Kwong
13th-16th
Ron Rosas
David
Howard
Greg
Fix
Danny
Medina
17th-24th
Jerry
Johnson
Dave
Bollman
Takeshi
Okumura
Jerry
Chappel
John
Henderson
Steve
Shaw
Brian
Hashimoto
Craig
Hauser
25th-32nd
Dave
Matlock
Dan
Louie
Billy
Aguero
Bob
Hunter
Mike
DeFino
Gary
Nolan
Al
Romero
Dick
Megiveron
33rd-48th
Danny
DiLiberto
Danny
D'Imperio
Armando
Canalis
David
Nottingham
John
DiToro
Terry
Osborne
STANDINGS
PRIZE
( .880) $10. ,000.00
(.861)
6 ,000.00
(.830)
4 ,000.00
(.817)
3:,200.00
(.881)
(.828)
2 ,200.00
2 ,200.00
( .828)
(.817)
1 ,750.00
1,,,750.00
(.879)
(.842)
(.816)
(.801)
1 ,200.00
1 ,200.00
1 ,200.00
1 ,200.00
(.848)
(.846)
(.836)
(.832)
800.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
(.845)
(.842)
(.819)
( .797)
(.773)
(.766)
(.762)
(.724)
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
(.842)
(.825)
(.810)
(.796)
(.775)
( .761)
(.760)
(.756)
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
(.826)
(.817)
(.795)
(.791)
(.772)
(.768)
NAME
AVG.
Sergio
Gandarilla\ ' .741)
Joe Villalpando
1'.739)
Bill
Houck
I'.730)
J i m Williams
1'.729)
Sal Butera
1f .729)
Robert
Gray
1! .724)
J e r r y Coleman
1'.687)
Peter
Quande
1'.679)
John Lewis
1\ .665)
Doug Jensen
I1.598)
49th-64th
Wade Crane
1\ .850)
Nick Varner
I\ .809)
Pete Lhotka
11.794)
Ted Ito
If . 7 9 0 )
Scott
Kitto
l1.789)
Ernesto
Dominguezi [ .764)
Frank Konrath
iI.750)
Warren Costanzo
lf .739)
J r . Harris
iI.734)
Chris
MacDonald
1[.717)
J a c k Madden
i[ .712)
Ray Stanzione
i1.699)
Jim Ehrbar
\ 1.698)
Bill
Loucks
i(.672)
John
Miller
(.669)
Martin
Lenz
(.667)
65th-81st
Paul
Brienza
(.777)
Rich
Geiler
(.773)
(.766)
Bill
Incardona
Richard
Florence ( .734)
Tom Brown
(.730)
Yoshihiro
Morino (.717)
Gary
Colder
(.701)
Ichira
Kitatani
(.695)
Jeff
Hill
(.685)
Greg
Cich
(.678)
John
Mitchell
(.676)
Yoko
Miura
(.646)
David
Reavis
(.622)
Joe Graham
(.611)
Isaac
Mejia
(.601)
William
Brown
(.560)
Monte
Arrowood
(.544)
ACCU-FACT
The Sands Regent Open produced 20 . 9 0 0 ' s , 14 w i r e m a t c h e s , and no s h u t o u t s .
— R2
Strickland Outruns
Davenport in the S t r e t c h
Kim Davenport was on his way to capturing the
biggest tournament of his career, The 5th Sands
Regent 9-Ball Open but apparently, it wasn't meant
to be- . .yet. Davenport dominated the winners'
bracket disposing of Bollman, Varner, D'Imperio,
Chappel, Vickery, Strickland, and Williams only to
meet Earl Strickland once again for the title
match. In fact, in the first set of the race to
nine, two-out-of-three set finals, Davenport opened
up with four racks. But Strickland never gave up
eventually outpointing Kimmer to win the first set
9-8. The only thing the second set had in common
with the first was the end result. Davenport just
never got started while Strickland played superbly
(.911), winning the match 9-3 and the $10,000 first
prize. Davenport took home $6,000 for his runner-up
finish.
The Sands Regent Hotel/Casino hosted the summer
version of its biannual promotion and kicked in the
added $20,000.
The race to eleven, double
elimination format drew eighty-one contestants each
anteing up $300 for the opportunity of sharing in
the $44,400 purse. Doug Klisch did his usual
outstanding job as Tournament Director and Master
of Ceremonies while his wife Geri managed the
referees, and Hank Pericle and Jerry Shaw managed
the flow chart. Accu-Stats, of course, was on hand
utilizing two ceiling mounted video cameras which
aided in the collection of statistical data. Bob
and
Sally
Bebb
meticulously
installed and
maintained the eight custom made Rebco pool tables.
The pro division, which followed Promoter Gene
Stary's USPPA Pro-Am Handicap tournament (see
article on page R10) had some interesting stats.
Japan's Yoko Miura was the only female contestant.
Tough playing conditions such as deep slates
resulted in an inordinately low number of .900
TPA's. There was only twenty this tournament while
in the previous events there a minimum of forty in
each. Despite the conditions, Mike Sigel shot the
two highest averages, a .952 and a .949. Both of
his losses were at the hands of Keith McCready. And
last but not least, Pete Lhotka, who during a 1985
match with this year's champion was accused of
having a "Mary Poppins" break, had the highest
Break Performance Average, making a ball on the
break without scratching 24 of 29 breaks.
Notable M a t c h e s
With Keith McCready (.784) trailing the match 7-9,
Paul Brienza (.805) missed a combination and never
shot again. McCready ran out the set to win 11-9.
Apparently unaware of the tough conditions, Mike
Sigel (.949) proceeded as if they didn't exist. He
missed one all as he strolled to an 11-2 victory
over To* Brown (.667).
Efren Reyes (.926) chalked up one of the high runs
of the event by running out from the break four
consecutive racks and pocketing 48 balls in a row.
His opponent, Armando Canalis (.843), still
managed to tally six on the wire.
Despite a 5-9 disadvantage, Kin Davenport (.833)
held Nick Varner (.846) scoreless winning the next
six racks and the match 11-9.
With respect to "running out from the break",
Billy Aguero (.912) did just that five times
during his 11-3 victory over David Reavia (.657).
Although having ample opportunities after taking
the lead 10-5, Pete Lhotka (.814) failed to close
the set. Gary Nolan (.811) won the next six racks
and won 11-10.
balls and Craig Mauser (.724) pocketed 55. Hauser
won 11-9.
Mike Sigel (.916) shot the best match in defeat.
Keith McCready (.887) nipped Sigel 11-10.
In a most improbable eye-opening finish, Earl
Strickland (.868) and Danny Medina (.858) were
tied at 10-10 leading to a series of ssfties in
the final rack. Strickland hooked Medina only to
have Medina kick it in and proceed to run out. • .
almost. Everyone assumed thst it was just a matter
of time before Medina cleared the table. Even with
two balls left on the table, everything was
proceeding smoothly. Medina played the eight ball
in the corner and slid the cue ball into the side
pocket! Strickland won 11-10.
Talk about hands tied! Amidst safties and kicks,
Craig Hauaer (.526) was held to pocketing ten
balls and winning one rack as Mike LeBron (.908)
controlled the match to an 11-1 victory.
Ron Rosas (.927) ran out eleven of his twelve
opportunities defeating Steve Shaw (.674) 11-3.
(continued on page R7)
Very simply, Danny D'laperio (.853) pocketed 93
r/Reno
SCORES & AVERAGES
Name
Score
Avg.
OPENING ROUND
Williams
Aguero
1) 8.
B.
2) M.
J.
leBron
I ( .892)
5 ( .816)
I t .846)
villalpando 7 ( .747)
3) D. Howard
B.
Incardona
1 ( .885)
6 ( .767)
4) E. Reyes
J. Graham
1 I .826)
1 ( .528)
5) K. McCready
P. Brienza
1 ( .784}
9 i .805)
6) M. Sigel
J. Brown
1 ( .949J
1 ( .667)
7) B. Hashimoto
C. MacDonald
1 t .853)
6 ( .723)
8) W. Crane
S.
Kitto
1 ( .855)
5 ( .833)
9) T. Kwong
W. Brown
1 ( .847)
3 ( .605}
10) A.
Hopkins
Harris
J.
li)
L. Lemke
B. Hunter
12) E.
Strickland
Matlock
D.
1 ( .797)
9 ( .728)
1 ( .820)
0 ( .783)
1 ( .845)
8 ( .813)
13) D. Medina
I ( .883)
C. Hauser
4 ( .717)
14) J. Johnson
M. Arrowood
1 t .927;
15) J. Okamura
R. Florence
1 ( .774)
8 ( .701)
16) 0.
Y.
DiLiberto
Miura
I ( .832)
5 ( .633)
17) K.
D.
Davenport
Bollman
1 ( .854)
7 ( .812)
1 ( .414)
WINNERS' BRACKET
18) A. Romero
G. Cich
19) B.
8.
Williams
Loucks
1 ( .850)
5 ( .625)
1 ( .852)
4 ( .698)
20) J. Coleman
J . Ehrbar
1 ( .727)
7 ( .672)
21) M.
0.
22) J.
P.
23) D.
G.
24) M.
F.
25) E.
A.
26) S.
LeBron
Louie
1 ( .860)
7 ( .815)
Henderson
Lhotka
1 ( .800)
9 ( .755)
J.
^
Howard
Nolan
1 ( .839)
7 ( .719)
DeFino
Konrath
1 ( .833)
Reyes
Canalis
1 ( 926;
6 ( .843)
Gandarilla
Mitchell
27) K. McCready
M. Lenz
28) M. Sigel
G. Colder
5 ( .604)
I ( .786)
6 ( .629)
1 ( .920;
3 ( .786)
1 t .928;
3 ( .679)
Name
Score
Avg.
Name
Score
Avg.
(.750)
(.748)
58) T. Ito
W. Brown
li
(.803)
29) B. Hashimoto
W. Costanzo
11
9
30) R. Rotsas
J . HUI
11 ( . 9 0 6
1
(.694)
59) J.
I.
Harris
Mejia
li
31) D. Nottingham
W. Crane
32) D. Jensen
I.
Mejia
33) J. Kwong
G. Fix
34) S. Shaw
li
60) 8. Hunter
li
7
(.875)
(.857)
11
6
(.667)
(.607)
61) D.
G.
11
7
(.832)
(.803)
11
9
71)
(.526)
J. Williams
J. Madden
Score
Avg.
11
10
(.730)
(.722)
11
(.830)
3
(.704)
5
(.594)
8
(.764)
(.681)
73) S. Butera
S. Kitto
11
9
(.761)
(.753)
11
5
(.835)
(.716)
74) 8. Houck
T. Ito
11
7
(.811)
(.746)
62) C. Hauser
J.
Mitchell
11
9
(.698)
(.705)
75) G. Fix
J. Harris
11
6
(.861)
(.701)
(.807)
(.802)
63) F. Konrath
M. Arrowood
11
3
(.822)
(.607)
76) B. Hunter
W. Crane
li
10
(.810)
(.837)
11
5
(.850)
(.717)
64) P.
R.
11
8
(.810)
(.778)
77) D. Matlock
W. Costanzo
11
(.893)
4
(.714)
11
8
(.812)
(.713)
65) J. Ehrbar
Y. Miura
11
7
(.727)
(.653)
78) C. Hauser
M. Lenz
11
9
(.680)
(.622)
11
(.781)
(.694)
79) A. Canal is
F. Konrath
11 (.902)
9
4
(.750)
DiToro
Kitatani
11
5
(.808)
(.634)
66) D. Bollman
11 (.856)
G. Cich
5 (.729)
LOSERS (49th-64th)
80) G. Nolan
P. Lhotka
11
(.811)
10
(.814)
Strickland
Martin
li
81) D. Louie
J. Ehrbar
11 (.923;
2
(.817)
(.563)
3
(.667)
Lewis
Madden
li
82) D. Bol I man
B. Loucks
11
(.873)
6
(.735)
(.654)
5
(.644)
Medina
Williams
li
8
(.773)
(.712)
35) A. Hopkins
B. Houck
36) T. Osborne
Y. Morino
37) L. Lemke
38) J.
I.
39)
E.
R.
40)
J.
J.
41)
D.
J.
42)
P.
D.
43)
J.
J.
Name
72) R. Martin
C. MacDonald
r. Ito
S.
4
Sands Regent
Butera
Quande
Megiveron
Johnson
Miller
H. Vickery
E. Dominguez
li
8
(.635)
(.711)
11
(.763)
5
(.697)
9
(.804)
(.774)
9
(.747)
(.766)
li
45 J R. Gray
J. Okumura
li
46) J. Chappel
R.
Geiler
li
47) D.
R.
DiLiberto
Stanzione
li
48) D.
D.
D'Imperio
Reavis
J.
(.750)
4
(.837)
(.746)
li
2
(.824)
(.603)
l i (.912;
3
(.657)
51) Villalpando
R. G e i l e r
11
10
(.783)
(.787)
52) £ . Dominguez
B.
Incardona
11
8
(.798)
(.765)
53) D. Megiveron
J. Graham
11
5
(.797)
(.649)
54) J. Madden
P. Brienza
11
W
(.757)
(.757)
55) R. Martin
T. Brown
11
9
(.855)
(.745)
56) C. MacDonald
I.
Kitatani
li
9
(.720)
(.730)
57) S.
Y.
li
(.796)
(.722)
Kitto
Morino
6
Lhotka
Florence
11
9
(.792)
(.773)
68)
Villalpando
R. Stanzione
11
9
(.697)
(.670)
r. Okumura
E. Dominguez
11
3
(.888)
(.667)
li
(.772)
(.643)
69)
70) D. Megiveron
J. Miller
6
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>tal Performance Average CTPA)
S a n d s Regent Open Rankings
#
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Mike Sigel
Earl
Strickland
Efren Reyes
Kim Davenport
Wade Crane
Ron Rosas
David Howard
Jerry Johnson
Dave Bollman
Dave Matlock
Mike LeBron
Greg Fix
Danny Medina
Bob Williams
Allen Hopkins
Ray Martin
Danny DiLiberto
Dan Louie
Takeshi Okumura
Keith McCready
Danny D'Imperio
Louie Lemke
Howard Vickery
Billy Aguero
Nick Varner
Tim Kwong
Jerry Chappel
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
NAME
TPA
.881
.880
.879
.861
.850
.848
.846
.845
.842
.842
.842
.836
.832
.830
.828
.828
.826
.825
.819
.817
.817
.817
.816
.810
.809
.801
.797
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
Top Ten
Plays
A TPA of .900 or more i s regarded
as exception play.
What follows
are the ten best plays for the
Sands Regent Open:
1. (.952) Hike Sigel v s . Bollman
2. (.949) Hike Sigel v s . T. Brown
3 . (.941) Greg Fix v s . Quande
4. (.931) Rey Martin vs. Romero
5. (.929) Efren Reyee vs. DeFino
6. (.928) Hike Sigel v s . Go 1 der
7. (.927) Jerry Johnson vs. Arrowood
8. (.927) Ron Roeee vs.Shaw
9. (.926) Efren Reyee vs. Canalis
10. (.923) Den Louie v s , Ehrbar
ACCU-FACT
PREVIOUS SANDS REGENT OPEN WINNERS
June, '85: M. Sigel
Dec. »85: E. Reyes
June, '86: E. Reyes
Dec. '86: M. Sigel
TPA
Bob Hunter
Armando Canalis
Pete Lhotka
David Nottingham
Ted Ito
Scott Kitto
Paul Brienza
Mike DeFino
John Henderson
Rich Geiler
John DiToro
Terry Osborne
Steve Shaw
Bill Incardona
Ernest Dominguez
Brian Hashimoto
Gary Nolan
Al Romero
Dick Megiveron
Frank Konrath
Sergio Gandarilla
Joe Villalpando
Warren Costanzo
Jr. Harris
Richie Florence
Bill Houck
Tom Brown
.796
.795
.794
.791
.790
.789
.777
.775
.773
.773
.772
.768
.766
.766
.764
.762
.761
.760
.756
.750
.741
.739
.739
.734
.734
.730
.730
Fancy
NAME
55. Jim Williams
56. Sal Butera
57. Robert Gray
58. Craig Hauser
59. Chris MacDonald
60. Yoshihiro Morino
61. Jack Madden
62. Gary Colder
63. Roy Stanzione
64. Jim Ehrbar
65. Ichira Kitatani
66. Jerry Coleman
67. Jeff Hill
68. Peter Quande
69. Greg Cich
70. John Mitchell
71. Bill Loucks
72. John Miller
73. Martin Lenz
74. John Lewis
75. Yoko Miura
76. David Reavis
77. Joe Graham
78. Isaac Mejia
79. Doug Jensen
80. William Brown
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TPA
.729
.729
.724
.724
.717
.717
.712
.701
.699
.698
.695
.687
.685
.679
.678
.676
.672
.669
.667
.665
.646
.622
.611
.601
.598
.560
.544
^
SCORES
Notable Matches
( c o n t i n u e d from page R4)
(continued from page R3)
Score flvg.
WINNERS' BRACKET
Name
Name
flvg.
111) S. Shaw
fl.
Canalis
li
7
(.778)
(.663)
112) G. Nolan
J. Osborne
11
9
(.786)
(.744)
113) D.
J.
11
7
(.845)
(.780)
11
2
(.888)
(.474)
83} 8 . Williams
fl. Romero
li
84) M. LeSron
J. Coleman
11
7
(.855)
(.702)
85) J. Henderson
D. Howard
11
(.803)
4
(.747)
86) E. Reyes
M. DeFino
11 (.929;
4
(.744)
LOSERS
87) K. McCready
S. Gandarlllo
11
10
(.768)
(.697)
115) B. Hashimoto
8. flguero
11
(.758)
9
(.733)
88) M.
B.
11
4
(.870)
(.700)
116) T. Okumura
D. Megiveron
li
6
(.826)
(.757)
11
89) R. Rosas
D. Nottingham 5
(.884)
(.726)
117) R. Martin
fl. Romero
li
11
1
11
8
(.885)
(.535)
(.808)
(.739)
118} 0. Howard
M. DeFino
li
119) G. Fix
11
4
(.890)
(.736)
120) C. Hauser
D. Matlock
li
9
11
(.850)
(.683)
(.821)
(.828)
(.841)
7
(.816)
11
(.831)
DiToro
3
(.679)
121) S. Shaw
G. Nolan
11
7
(.775)
(.688)
94) D. Medina
J. Lewis
11
4
(.840)
(.673)
122) D.
D.
li
6
(.792)
(.708)
95) J. Johnson
P. Ciuande
11
3
(.876)
(.604)
96) H. Vickery
R. Gray
11
9
(.784)
(.688)
97)*J.
Chappel
D.
DiLiberto
11
8
(.871)
(.800)
Sigel
Hashimoto
90) J. Kwong
0. Jenson
91) fl. Hopkins
S. Shaw
92) L. Lemke
T. Osborne
93} E. Strickland
J.
i .847)
3 (.607}
Score
98) K. Davenport
11 (.889)
D. D'Imperio
2 (.707)
LOSERS (33Td-48th)
99) B.
5.
flguero
11
Gandarilla 7
(.787)
(.737)
Louie
DiToro
114) D. Bollman
J. Lewis
Mike Sigel (.952) broke and ran out four
consecutive racks shooting the best game of the
tournament. He defeated his roommate Dava Bolloan
(.739) 11-2.
Within four strokes of the cue ball, the score had
changed from 6-6 to 10-6. Rey Martin (.892)
completed running a rack and then made the nine
ball on the break three times in a row. David
Howard (.886) was the victim and the racker in the
11-7 defeat.
(25th-32nd)
(.931J
1
7
8. Hunter
Bollman
Louie
Bob Williams (.842) gets credit for ending Efren
Reyes1 (.803) twenty-four session winning streak
at the Sands. The exciting match began with
Williams opening up with a 5-0 lead which included
a 9-ball on the break. Reyes passed Williams by at
9-8 which included two 9-balls on the break. And
last but not least, with the score knotted at
10-10, Williams won the set with (you guessed it)
the 9-ball on the break.
(.656)
After Efren Reyea (.867) ran out the rack to tie
the score at 6-6, he never pocketed another ball.
Allen Hopkins (.888) won the next five racks and
the match 11-6.
WINNERS' BRACKET
123) B. Williams
126) T. Kwong
R. Rosas
li
(.824)
Name
Score AVQ.
Name
Score AVQ.
8 (.763) 138) M. Sigel
LOSERS (7th-8th)
11 (.952;
11 (.887)
0. Bollman
2 (.759) 151) R. Martin
11 (.841)
3 (.700)
8 (.827)
fl. Hopkins
LOSERS (13th-16th)
11 (.887)
11 (.813)
11 (.826) 152) M. Sigel
10 (.916) 139) fl. Hopkins
8 (.806)
L. Lemke
9 (.832)
D. Medina
11 (.774)
WINNERS' BRACKET
11 (.892)
5 (.720) 140) R. Martin
127) L. Lemke
fl. Hopkins
li
6
(.789)
141) M. LeBron
(.738)
M. LeSron
124) E. Reyes
J. Henderson
125) K. McCready
M. S i g e l
(.756)
(.737)
128) E. Strickland
D. Medina
li
10
(.868)
(.858)
11
101) T. Okumura
D.
Nottingham 6
(.840)
(.765)
129) H. Vickery
J. Johnson
11
8
(.844)
(.840)
102) D. Megiveron
D. Jensen
11
1
(.746)
(.467)
130) K. Davenport
J. Chappel
11
5
(.889)
(.778)
103) fl. Romero
J.
Williams
11
9
(.777)
(.746)
LOSERS
104) R. Martin
J. Coleman
li
3
(.853)
(.563)
105) D. Howard
S. Butera
11
(.806)
5
(.712)
106) M. DeFino
8. Houck
11
(.794)
7
(.631)
107) G. Fix
P. Quande
108) B. Hunter
R. Gray
109) D.
D.
Matlock
DiLiberto
110) C. Hauser
D. D'Imperio
(.886)
4
(.853)
(.680)
li
G. Fix
11
5
100) B. Hashimoto
Villalpando
7
D. Howard
li
142) M. Sigel
R. Rosas
(17th-24th)
7
(.825)
(.790)
WINNERS' BRACKET
143) B. Williams
E. Reyes
11
10
(.842)
(.803)
144) K. McCready
T. Kwong
11
9
(.795)
(.748)
131) D. Medina
B. Hashimoto
li
8
(.810)
(.731)
145) E. Strickland
L. Lemke
li
6
(.897)
(.848)
132)
li
(.873)
10
(.845)
146) K. Davenport
H. Vickery
11
8
(.899)
(.851)
133) R. Martin
J. Chappel
11
6
(.747)
(.704)
11 (-941J
4 (.810)
134) D. Howard
J. Johnson
li
li
6
11
10
135) G. Fix
li
(.796)
(.733)
(.836)
(.830)
(.724)
9
(.853)
fl. Hopkins
T. Okumura
J.
Henderson
(.906;
5 (.783)
11
8
136) M. LeBron
C. Hauser
li
137) R. Rosas
S. Shaw
li
(.836)
(.746)
(.908)
l (.526)
3
(.927)
(.674)
LOSERS
11
6
(.888)
(.867)
148) R. Martin
T. Kwong
li
6
(.842)
(.704)
149) L. Lemke
M. LeBron
11
9
(.814)
(.793)
150) M.
H.
11
9
(.804)
(.811)
R7
11
9
(.823)
(.776)
154) K. Davenport
E. Strickland
11
8
(.895)
(.899)
LOSERS
(5th-6th)
155) E. Strickland
R. Martin
11
4
(.893)
(.667)
156) K. McCready
M. Sigel
11
10
(.833)
(.880)
LOSER (4th)
157) E. Strickland
K. McCready
11 ( . 9 2 0 ;
8 (.793)
WINNERS' BRACKET
158) K. Davenport
B. Williams
(9th-12th)
147) fl. Hopkins
E. Reyes
Sigel
Vickery
153) B. Williams
K. McCready
11
6
(.848)
(.740)
LOSER (3rd)
159) E. Strickland
8. Williams
11 ( . 9 2 2 ;
2 (.786)
FINALS
160) E.
K.
Strickland
Davenport
161) E. Strickland
K. Davenport
9
8
(.893)
(.840)
9 (.911J
3 (.667) .
r/Reno
Performance Rankings
TOTAL
#
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
910.
BREAK
KICK
PERFORMANCE
GAMES
BALLS
MADE ERRORS
Mike Sigel
767
155
Earl StricklandI 179
896
Efren Reyes
96
458
Kim Davenport
150
642
Wade Crane
55
260
Ron Rosas
76
347
David Howard
118
576
Jerry Johnson
77
343
Dave Bollman
94
443
Dave Matlock
89
400
(Sands Regent Open Average =
104
122
63
104
46
62
105
63
83
75
.789)
TPA
.881
1.
880 2.
.879 3.
.861 4.
.850 5.
.848 6.
.846 7.
.845 8.
.842 9.
.842 10.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
BREAK BALL MADE
GAMES SHOTS W/0 SCR . BPA
24
18
21
18
41
46
54
34
19
55
.558)
.828
.750
.724
.720
.707
.697
.692
.667
.655
.640
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
41
58
30
32
47
41
25
26
50
12
= 12.3)
PCT.
Earl Strickland
161
110
68.3
Efren Reyes
84
57
67.9
Mike Sigel
142
96
67.6
Kim Davenport
131
83
63.4
Wade Crane
45
28
62.2
Howard Vickery
80
48
60.0
108
Takeshi Okumura
63
58.3
John Henderson
55
32
58.2
Greg Fix
95
55
57.9
Keith McCready
140
81
57.9
(Sands Regent Open Average • 49.8)
POSITION
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
BALLS1 SHOTS
NAME
MADE
MISSED
Mike Sigel
767
Earl Strickland
896
Greg Fix
455
Efren Reyes
458
Allen Hopkins
669
David Howard
576
Jerry Johnson
343
347
Ron Rosas
Kim Davenport
642
Paul Brienza
150
(Sands Regent Open Aveirage
OPPORRUN
TUNITIES1 OUTSI
NAME
#
MISSES
#
PERFORMANCE
RUN OUT
OPPORTUNITIES
PERFORMANCE
Pete Lhotka
60
29
Ernest Dominguez 53
24
Jim Williams
60
29
Scott Kitto
53
25
58
Efren Reyes
96
David Howard
118
66
Allen Hopkins
78
149
Bob Hunter
98
51
Wade Crane
55
29
Kim Davenport
150
86
(Sands Regent Open Average =
Sands Regent
(MINIMUM KICKS = 15)
NAME
GAMES KICKS GOOD KPA
Danny Medina
109
51
49 .961
38 .950
Ron Rosas
76
40
77
17
Jerry Johnson
16 .941
134
62
58 .935
Bob Williams
Danny D'Imperio
46
15
14 .933
118
David Howard
25
23 .920
Louie Lemke
129
46
42 .913
22
20 .909
Efren Reyes
96
149
47
42 .894
Allen Hopkins
28
Greg Fix
104
25 .893
(Sands Regent Open Average • .808)
(MINIMUM BREAKS=20)
#
^
ERRORS
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
BALLS POSITION
NAME
MADE
ERRORS
AVG
5.3
6.5
6.6
7.0
7.0
7.1
7.3
7.5
7.8
8.0
1. Earl Strickland
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Efren Reyes
Mike Sigel
Kim Davenport
Wade Crane
Keith McCready
Mike LeBron
Dave Matlock
Dave Bollman
Jerry Chappel
(Sands Regent
896
35
458
19
767
37
31
642
14
260
40
640
37
574
26
400
29
443
17
251
Open Average = 8.8)
S a n d s Regent Averages
Nine ball made on the break: 2.3%
Scratch on the break: 10%
Run out from the break: 16%
Run out after making a ball on the break: 29%
Ball made on the break: 61%
R8
AVG
3 9
4 1
4 8
4 8
5 4
6 3
6 4
6 5
6 5
6.8
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with
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sets
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The top 32 f i n i s h e r s f o l l o w :
NAME
Tops USPPA
PRIZE
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$2,000
2nd Danny D'Imperio 1,380
1,000
3rd Sal Butera
700
4th Ron Campbell
5th-6th
500
Noel Boni
500
Bruce Randall
7th-8th
400
Bill Rosenberry
400
Gary Golder
9th-12th
270
Rudy Jerez
270
John Henderson
270
Jeff
Hill
Terry Schmidt
270
13th-16th
200
Nick Cano
Mike Dewey
200
Craig Hauser
200
John Willi ford
200
17th-24th
120
Bob Drakulic
120
Steve Goff
120
Brian Hashimoto
Field
PRIZE
NAME
Rich Hatler
Fred Kent
Jeff Pranke
Ron Rosas
Bill Weiss
25th-32nd
John Baltazar
Danny Cano
Dan Copeland
Sax Dal Porto
Max Harbaugh
Frank Konrath
Chris MacDonald
Geno Omodio
120
120
120
120
120
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
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USPPA
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Absher, Chuck
117
Aguero, Billy
115
Ambrose, Richi
120
Annigoni, Tony
117
Archer, John
64
Badami, Ray
118
Baker, Paul
110
Balukas, Jean
108
Barro8y Paul
138
Bell, Terry
XJO
Bentivegna, Fred 107
Bollman, Dave
130
Borrego, Ed
96
Brienza, Paul
130
Broome 1, Bruce
98
Brown, Scott
114
Brown, Tom
122
142
Brunt, George
107
Bryant, John
Buss, Jim
Butera,
Lou
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r
Butera, Sal
Canales, Armando
Cano, Dan
Cano, Nick
Carter, Jeff
Chandler, Scott
Chappel, Jerry
Coleman, Jerry
Cone, Mike
Cosgriff, Char.
Costanzo, Warren
Crane, Wade
Cross, Ken
Datwyler, Max
84
128
107
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112
83
93
146
99
108
108
124
m
77
123
133
119
86
Davenport, Kim
DiLiberto, Danny
Dobosenski, Ron
Dominguez, E.
Dooley, Mike
Drennan, Garry
Dumser, Rick
DeFino, Mike
DiToro, John
Eden, Barry
Ehrbar, Jim
Elder, Willie
Favor, Dave
143
132
130
120
115
106
115
105
114
95
89
109
122
135
Fix, Greg
120
Fleming, Pat
Florence, Richie 110
105
Flowers, JM
Futternick, Roy 129
Galloway, John
73
Gandarilla, S.
111
Garrison, Rick
118
Geiler, Rich
113
Golder, Gary
102
Graham, Joe
93
Granas, Henry
129
Gray, Bob
98
Gridley, Clive
88
Gulya8sy, Mike
126
Hall, Buddy
173
Harris,
123
i l a t i i-o , Jr.
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Hashimoto, Brian 117
Hauser, Craig
100
Henderson, John
99
Hilis, Rusty
105
Hines, Jack
103
Hodges, Jimmy
133
Hopkins, Allen
161
Houck, Bill
100
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Howard, David
Hubbart, Larry
Hulse, Dee
Hunter, Bob
Hutchings, Gary
Igel, Bill
Incardona, Bill
Ives, Mike
Jarvis, Mark
Jensen, Doug
Johnson, Jerry
Jones, Danny
Karabotsos, Tom
Kearney, Roger
Kent, Freddie
King, Wilson
Kitatani, Ichira
Kitto, Scott
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Konrath, Frank
Kuykendall, Dan
Lane, Dick
Lapitan, Glenn
LeBron, Mike
Lee, C M .
Lemkce, Louie
147
133
113
116
93
107
134
114
130
81
116
125
104
99
75
iuo
108
103
149
70
110
125
73
141
117
124
103
Lenz, Marty
100
Lewis, John
103
Lhotka, Pete
114
Loder, Lenny
95
Loucks, Bill
138
Luat, Rudolfo
123
Lutman, Gary
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MacDonald, Chris 120
Martin, Ray
132
Martin, Ron
113
Maryo, Mark
119
Massey, Mike
119
Masterman, Jim
99
Mataya, Jim
Mathews, Grady
Matlock, Dave
Mattille, Matt
Medina, Danny
Megiveron, Dick
Michaels, George
Mielke, Bill
Miller, John
Miura, Yoko
Mizerak, Steve
Marino, Yoshiro
Munson, Willie
McCoy, Don
McCoy, Peter
McCready, Keith
Nelson, Larry
Nolan, Gary
Nordquist, D.
Northup, Joe
Nottingham, D.
Okumura, Takeshi
Opsahl, Bob
Orlandi, Guido
Osborne, Terry
Padgett, Tim
Paez, Ismael
Parica, Jose
Pasqual, Rudy
Platis, Harry
Poppe, Aaron
Poppke, Mike
Quande, Peter
Reavis, David
Reid, Jimmy
Rempe, Jim
Reyes, Efren
Rhodes, David
134
140
124
95
135
110
110
1,Q
118
95
72
143
105
129
145
102
142
117
125
104
88
114
124
105
98
108
115
122
146
115
99
103
99
91
85
137
151
170
133
Ritonya, John
Rivera, Arturo
Roberta, Louie
Rogers, Jimmy
Romero, Al
Rosas, Ron
Rosenberry, Bill
Ross, Rich
Salazar, Joe
Saunder8, Lance
Scharper, Armond
Schumacher, Pat
Schwartz, Larry
Searcy, Denny
Shaw, Steve
Showalter, Mark
Sigel, Mike
Spencer, Jim
Spitzer, Dick
Stanzione, Roy
Steele, Don
Strickland, Earl
Swanson, Jay
Trevino, Joe
Tugwell, Cecil
Varner, Nick
Vickery, Howard
Villalpando, Joe
Weidel, Tom
Wesley, Don
West, Dallas
Wetch, Jim
White, Rick
Williams, Bob
Williams, Jim
Wilson, Mark
Zimmerman, Mike
Zuglan, Mike
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LOS ANGELES, CA - ( 6 / 2 5 - 2 8 / 8 7 ) A f t e r four days o f 9 - b a l l c o m p e t i t i o n , Mike S i g e l waltzed away w i t h
$15,000.
Sixty-four
invitees
i n c l u d i n g seven women competed i n
the $20,000 added Peter V i t a l i e
Invitational
which
employed
a
s i n g l e e l i m i n a t i o n f o r m a t , race t o
seven, two out o f three s e t s . The
black t i e event seeded s i x t e e n
p l a y e r s and charged a $500 e n t r y
fee.
On t i g h t pockets w i t h deep
s l a t e s , S i g e l defeated Okumura,
A l l e n , Crane, Hopkins, Reyes, and
Buddy H a l l .
Mary Kenniston AccuS t a t t e d the
finals
with
these
results:
Sigel
Set one: M
B
Hall
Set two: M
Sigel
B. H a l l
7
5
7
5
(.915)
(.877)
(.842)
(.823)
NAME
NAME
PRIZE
1st Mike Sigel
$15,000
2nd Buddy Hall
7,000
3rd-4th
Efren Reyes
J, 500
Mike LeBron
3,500
5th-8th
Allen Hopkins
1,750
Nick Varner
1,750
Greg Fix
1,750
Steve Mizerak
1,750
9th-16th
Wade Crane
1,000
Bob Williams
1,000
Sammy Jones
1,000
Paul Brienza
1,000
David Howard
1,000
Howard Vickery
1,000
Danny Medina
1,000
Danny DiLiberto 1,000
:
^ \
PRIZE
17th- 32nd
Ronnie Allen
Terry Osborne
Grady Mathews
Tom Brown
Brian Hashimoto
Dan Louie
Don Polo
Craig Hauser
Dick Megiveron
Jose Parica
Bob Vanover
Loree Jon Jones
Don McCoy
Ismael Paez
Jean Balukas
Earl
Strickland
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
IN THE MONET
Tar Heel Classic New Totk State Charlotte Open
HIGH POINT, NC ( 5 / 1 2 - 1 7 / 8 7 )
Host: C l a y ' s Country Roads Club
E n t r y : $250
Added: $7,500
P l a y e r s : 20
1st
NAME
PRIZE
Kim Davenport
$4,000
2nd Earl Strickland
3rd Paul Brienza
4th Howard Vickery
5th-6th
Jimmy Reid
Kenny Wellman
7th-8th
Mike Cone
Takeshi Okamura
9th-12th
Efren Reyes
Dave Piona
Grady Mathews
Bill
Kelleher
2,500
1,500
1,000
800
800
450
450
250
250
250
250
The New York State Open i s an
annual e v e n t .
The C h a r l o t t e Open
i s the smaller of two hosted by
Rob's Roost.
The Tar Heel C l a s i c
i s one o f two High P o i n t e v e n t s .
900
TPA'8:
In
1987,
after
CHARLOTTE, NC ( 7 / 7 - 1 1 / 8 7
Host: Rob's Roost
E n t r y : $200 Added: $6,000 (MEN)
E n t r y : $200 Added: $2,000 (Women)
BINGHAMTON, NY ( 5 / 1 5 - 1 7 / 8 7 )
Host: Pocket B i l l i a r d Lounge
E n t r y : $100
Added: $2,600
P l a y e r 8 : 58
NAME
1st David Daya
$2,340
1,400
2nd Guy Carney
935
3rd Ray Martin
655
4th Allen Hopkins
5th-6th
470
Mike Xiarhos
470
Jim Rempe
7th-8th
325
Dennis Hatch
325
Mike Lane
9th-12th
235
Tom McGonagle
235
Jerry Fiehl
235
Ernie
Lorelli
235
Augie Nangini
13th-16th
135
Joe Frady
135
Sammy Jones
135
Mike Sigel
135
Ron Casanzio
four
Accu-Statted
NAME
PRIZE
tournaments,
209
different
players
have
accumulated
ninety-seven
.900
TPA's.
T h i r t y - e i g h t d i f f e r e n t p l a y e r s have shot a t l e a s t one .900 TPA. Three
p l a y e r s p r e s e n t l y dominate the r e s t as Mike S i g e l leads the pack w i t h
f o u r t e e n . Buddy H a l l has eleven and Efren Reyes has t e n .
p <
"
PRIZE
1st Earl Strickland
$4,000
2nd David Howard
2,000
3rd Grady Mathews
1,500
4th Mike LeBron
1,000
5th-6th
Wade Crane
700
Buddy Dennis
700
7th-8th
Buddy Hall
450
Kim Davenport
450
9th-12th
Al Bonife
200
Charlie Brinson
200
George Breedlove
200
Buddy Huggins
200
1st
2nd
3rd
NAME
PRIZE
Mary Kenniston
Bonnie Hoffman
Belinda Beardon
$1,500
1,100
900
4th Cerri Titcomb
5th-6th
Ewa Mataya
Peg Ledman
700
500
500
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MINIMUM WINNINGS - $600.00
(THRU
Name
Events
Sigel, Mike
6
Strickland, Earl
5
Hall, Buddy
5
Reyes, Efren
6
Varner, Nick
5
Davenport, Kim
6
LeBron, Mike
6
Williams, Bob
5
Howard, David
6
Jarvis, Mark
4
Medina, Danny
6
West, Dallas
3
DiLiberto, Danny
4
Martin, Ray
3
Hopkins, Allen
3
McCoy, Don
3
Mizerak, Steve
4
Fix, Greg
5
McCready, Keith
2
Vickery, Howard
6
Jones, Sammy
3
Rempe, Jim
2
Bollman, Dave
6
Nolan, Gary
4
Brienza, Paul
5
Hunter, Bob
4
Mathews, Grady
5
Crane, Wade
5
Parica, Jose
3
Lemke, Louie
1
Vanover, Bob
2
Reid, Jimmy
3
Kwong, Tim
1
Dominguez, Ernest 3
Archer, John
1
Balukas, Jean
4
Hashimoto, Brian
2
Hauser, Craig
2
Lane, Dick
2
Maryo, Mark
4
McAninch, Steve
1
Burge, Billy
1
Carter, Jeff
2
Rosas, Ron
2
Incardona, Bill
4
MacDonald, Chris
5
Michaels, George
2
Aporff, Harry
1
Megiveron, Dick
2
Louie, Dan
2
, Dobosenski, Ron
3
In
Money
6
5
5
6
4
5
5
4
6
2
5
3
3
3
2
2
3
4
1
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
I
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
YTD$
Winnings
33855.00
17681.00
16397.00
13914.00
12950.00
10789.00
6402.00
5752.00
5617.00
5500.00
4827.00
4200.00
4178.00
3664.00
3500.00
3500.00
3389.00
3200.00
3200.00
2700.00
2600.00
2402.00
2300.00
2225.00
2200.00
2152.00
2100.00
1776.00
1776.00
1750.00
1400.00
1302.00
1200.00
1025.00
1017.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
902.00
900.00
900.00
900.00
875.00
800.00
776.00
776.00
700.00
700.00
650.00
650.00
600.00
6/28/87)
Sessions
Won Lost
48-9
26-9
32-9
34 - 13
20-10
23 - 12
26 - 13
18 - 10
28 - 13
11-8
26 - 13
16-6
15-8
15-6
14-7
8 - 7
15-8
18-11
6-4
12 - 14
11-8
8 - 4
16 - 12
11-8
9-11
10 - 8
11 - 10
11 - 11
9-6
5-2
7-4
7-6
4 - 2
6-6
3 - 2
7-9
6-4
7-5
4 - 4
5 - 8
3 - 2
3 - 2
5 - 4
4 - 4
6-8
8-10
4 - 4
3 - 2
5 - 4
5-5
7-6
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.
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13-16
9-12 49-64 33-48
. 65-81
9-12 25-32 49-64
. 49-64
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13-16 49-64
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13-16
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.
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25-32
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25-32
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L.A.
1
17-32
2
3-4
5-8
33-64
3-4
9-16
9-16
33-64
9-16
9-16
5-8
17-32
5-8
5-8
33-64
9-16
9-16
.
33-64
33-64
9-16
33-64
17-32
9-16
17-32
17-32
33-64
17-32
17-32
17-32
.
33-64
33-64
17-32
17-32
33-64
YEAR TO DATE
Sessions Won -Lost
MINIMUM SESSIONS - 8
(THRU 6/28/87)
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
NAME
WON LOST
PCT
#
NAME
4 8 - 9
3 2 - 9
2 6 - 9
1 6 - 6
34 - 13
1 5 - 6
28 - 13
26 - 13
26 - 13
20 - 10
1 4 - 7
8 - 4
23 - 12
1 5 - 8
1 5 - 8
18 - 10
7 - 4
18 - 11
9 - 6
6 - 4
6 - 4
7 - 5
1 1 - 8
.842
.780
.743
.727
.723
.714
.683
.667
.667
.667
.667
.667
.658
.652
.652
.643
.636
.621
.600
.600
.600
.583
.579
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
Jones,
Sammy
11
Nolan,
Gary
11
Bollman,
Dave
16
Hunter,
Bob
10
Carter,
Jeff
5
Matlock,
Dave
5
Meglveron,
Dick
5
Schwartz,
Larry
5
Dobosenski,
Ron
7
Reid,
Jimmy
7
McCoy, Don
8
Mathews,
Grady
11
Crane,
Wade
11
Munson,
Willie
6
Dominguez,
Ernestt ) 6
Louie,
Dan
5
Gulyassy,
Mike
4
Kitto,
Scott
4
Lane,
Dick
4
Michaels,
George
4
Nottingham,
David 4
Rosas,
Ron
4
Spaeth,
Gary
4
Sigel,
Mike
Hall,
Buddy
Strickland,
Earl
West Dallas
Reyes,
Efren
Martin,
Ray
Howard,
David
LeBron,
Mike
Medina,
Danny
Varner,
Nick
Hopkins,
Allen
Rempe, Jim
Davenport,
Kim
DiLiberto,
Danny
Mizerak,
Steve
Williams,
Bob
Vanover,
Bob
Fix,
Greg
Parica,
Jose
Hashimoto,
Brian
McCready,
Keith
Hauser,
Craig
Jarvis,
Mark
Upcoming Major
Date (1987)
Event's T i t l e
LOST
8
8
- 12
8
4
4
4
4
6
6
7
- 10
- 11
6
6
5
4
~ 4
4
4
4
4
4
PCT
.579
.579
.571
.556
.556
.556
.556]
.556
.538
.538
.533
.524
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
Events
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$5,000
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Sept. 14-19
Sept. 17-19
C a r o l i n a s ' Cup (Open)
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C i t y of Champions
D e t r o i t , MI
$300.00
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Nov. 2-7
U.S. Open
N o r f o l k , VA
N/A
N/A
(Wait f o r det«tils)
Nov. 9-14
N.C. F a l l 9 - B a l l C l a s s i c
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N/A
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(Wait f o r d e t a i l s )
Nov. 17-21
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What
is
the
"40
Second
Ti»e
Limit
Rule?"
E s s e n t i a l l y a player has no more than f o r t y seconds
t o shoot each a h o t .
At the s t a r t o f a r u n , the
c l o c k s t a r t s when the incoming p l a y e r steps t o the
table.
During a r u n , the c l o c k s t a r t s when a l l o f
V the b a l l s stop r o l l i n g .
A f t e r a f o u l , the clock
^
WON
s t a r t s when the incoming p l a y e r i s handed the cue
ball.
During a break s h o t : c l o c k s t a r t s when the
I n a l l cases., the
rack i s approved or accepted.
c l o c k 8tops when the cue b a l l i s s t r u c k . Warning: a
c l i c k i n g sound i s heard when ten seconds remain.
P e n a l t y : f o u l , b a l l i n hand anywherei on the t a b l e .
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winnings in a twelve month period.
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
PRIZE
NAME
MONEY
MICHAEL SIGEL
$102,176
EARL STRICKLAND
36,165
NICK VARNER
31,503
BUDDY HALL
26,070
DAVID HOWARD
26,995
ALLEN HOPKINS
24,567
EFREN REYES
15,762
DANNY MEDINA
17,886
KIM DAVENPORT
16,239
MIKE LEBRON
14,464
WADE CRANE
10,076
GRADY MATHEWS
8,393
JOSE PARICA
9,942
HOWARD VICKERY
8,154
JIMMY REID
6,910
STEVE MIZERAK
8,646
DAVE BOLLMAN
7,201
MARK JARVIS
6,081
ROBERT WILLIAMS
6,562
DALLAS W E S T
6,098
LAWRENCE HUBBART
5,498
DANNY DILIBERTO
5,278
PAUL BRIENZA
4,400
RAY MARTIN
5,840
TERRY BELL
4,133
JIM REMPE
3,959
KEITH MCCREADY
5,372
JEFFREY CARTER
3,956
SAMMY JONES
3,700
BILL INCARDONA
2,976
MIKE ZUGLAN
3,467
PAT FLEMING
1,718
TOUR
POINTS
736
447
385
358
329
316
238
219
206
191
166
145
136
124
119
112
101
93
93
90
88
78
67
64
63
57
52
47
47
45
44
43
NAME
33. ROBERT HUNTER
34. DAN LOUIE
35. CHRIS MACDONALD
36. JIMMY MATAYA
37. DICK LANE
38. DAVID FAVOR
39. GARY NOLAN
40. SCOTT KITTO
41. LENNY LODER
42. RONALD ALLEN
43. MIKE GULYASSY
44. BOB VANOVER
45. LOUIE ROBERTS
46. MARK MARYO
47. BILLY BURGE
48. MICHAEL CONE
49. JASPER FLOWERS
50. JR. HARRIS
51. THOMAS KENNEDY
52. ERIC WILLIAMS
53. BILL KELLEHER
54. GUIDO ORLANDI
55. HARRY APORFF
56. WARREN COSTANZO
57. DONALD POLO
58. GERRY WATSON
59. PAUL BAKER
60. STEVE COOK
61. GENE COOPER
62. TOM BROWN
63. RICHARD GEILER
64. tuGENE CATRON
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TOTAL
NAME
1.
2.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PERFORMANCE
GAMES
BALLS
MADE ERRORS
Buddy Hall
111
591
57
467
66
105
Nick Varner
655
99
145
Efren Reyes
900
152
175
David Howard
340
58
72
Jim Mataya
290
50
70
Mike Sigel
508
89
116
Don McCoy
146
26
41
Paul Brienza
342
61
74
Bob Williams
485
90
105
Mark Jarvis
(Glass City Open Average = .806)
BREAK
KICK
TPA
.912 1.
876 2.
.869 3.
.856 4.
.854 5.
.853 6.
.851
7.
.849 8.
.849 9.
.843 10.
1.
2.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
RUN OUT
OPPORTUNITIES
PERFORMANCE
BREAK BALL MADE
GAMES SHOTS W/O SCR. BPA
Danny Medina
41
20
23
Takeshi Okumura 52
98
Dallas West
170
65
Dave Bollman
132
39
Bob Williams
74
81
Efren Reyes
145
43
George Breedlove 89
41
Jean Balukas
76
27
Willie Munson
57
35
Bill Stephen
68
(Glass City Open Average =
14
16
68
45
27
53
28
26
17
22
565)
.700
.696
.694
.692
.692
.654
.651
.634
.630
.629
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
MISSES
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Buddy Hall
Nick Varner
Don McCoy
Paul Brienza
Jim Mataya
Efren Reyes
Bob Williams
Mike Sigel
Mike LeBron
Dennis Hatch
(Glass City Open
NAME
OPPORTUNITIES
Buddy Hall
Nick Varner
Efren Reyes
Kim Davenport
Mike LeBron
Don McCoy
Mike Sigel
Jack Hynes
Danny Medina
Jim Mataya
(Glass City Open
SHOTS
MISSED
28
591
23
467
27
508
9
146
21
340
41
655
22
342
19
290
33
472
25
323
Average ' 10.9)
RUN
OUTS
103
76
83
59
121
83
60
39
95
60
100
63
61
38
45
28
31
19
67
41
Average • 52.5)
POSITION
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
BALLS
MADE
PERFORMANCE
(MINIMUM KICKS = 15)
NAME
GAMES RICKS GOOD KPA
Buddy Hall
111
27
26 .963
Jim Mataya
72
23
22 .957
John Beyerlein
48
15
14 .933
Grady Mathews
83
26
24 .923
Yoshihiro Morino 61
23
21 .913
Jean Balukas
76
21
19 .905
Efren Reyes
145
39
34 .872
Harry Aporff
82
23
20 .870
Mike Sigel
70
22
19 .864
Ichiro Kitatani
71
20
17 .850
(Glass City Open Avera ge : = .786)
(MINIMUM BREAKS= 20)
NAME
Glass City Open
PCT.
73.8
71.1
68.6
65.0
63.2
63.0
62.3
62.2
61.3
61.2
ERRORS
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
AVG
NAME
4 7
4 9
5 3
6 2
6 2
6 3
6 4
6 6
7 0
7.7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
BALLS
MADE
POSITION
ERRORS
Buddy Hall
591
156
Danny Medina
100
Wade Crane
467
Nick Varner
900
David Howard
655
Efren Reyes
213
Jack Hynes
508
Don McCoy
337
Jean Balukas
352
Steve Mizerak
(Glass City Open Average
18
6
4
19
40
30
10
27
18
19
= 7.3)
AVG
3 0
3 8
4 0
4 1
4 4
4 6
4 7
5 3
5 3
5.4
GLASS CITY Averages
Ball made on the break: 63%
Nine ball made on the break: 3.1%
Scratch on the break: 11%
Run out from the break: 16%
Run out after making a ball on the break: 28%
Run out with ball in hand: 65%
Vs
T8
^
Scores
Notable Matches
( c o n t i n u e d from page T4)
#
Name
Score
Avg.
/
Name
(continued from page T3)
Score
Avg.
83) G. Fix
8. Dickerson
11
8
(.826)
(.755)
107) D. West
H. Aporff
11
2
(.895)
(.586)
84) M. LeBron
8. Williams
n (.928J
9 (.845)
108) G. Nolan
S. Jones
11
7
(.827)
(.800)
85) D. West
T. Mougey
11
8
(.843)
(.808)
86) M. Gulyassy
Y. Morino
li
3
(.835)
(.631)
87) G. Breedlove
B. Stephen
11
10
(.804)
(.794)
88) S. Mizerak
D. Hatch
n
6
(.918)
(.740)
WINNERS' BRACKET
89) G. Mathews
J. Mataya
11
10
(.822)
(.842)
90) 8. Hall
D. Bollman
11
6
(.936)
(.783)
91) E. Reyes
M. Sigel
11
7
(.873)
(.857)
92) J . Reid
I. Kitatani
11
W
(.797)
(.731)
93) D. McCoy
5. Jones
11
2
(.869)
(.729)
94) 5. McAninch
G. Nolan
11
9
95) B. Surge
J. Aporff
11
10
M
^
J -
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(.832)
(.777)
«
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f
(.750)
(.706)
96) M. Jarvis
11 (.888)
K. Davenport
7 (.760)
LOSERS (17th-24th)
97) N. Varner
I. Kitatani
li
98) D. Howard
M. Sigel
11
10
(.856)
(.822)
99) D. Bollman
G. Fix
11
10
(.798)
(.758)
100) M. LeBron
G. Mataya
11
9
(.786)
(.818)
1Q1) D. West
K. Davenport
11
10
(.853)
(.826)
102) H. Aporff
M. Gulyassy
11
8
(.756)
(.791)
103) G. Nolan
G. Breedlove
11
9
(.856)
(.750)
104) S. Jones
S. Mizerak
11
8
(.814)
(.802)
2
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(.865)
(.683)
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LOSERS (13th-16th)
105) D. Howard
N. Varner
11 (.9041
8 (.882)
106) D. Bollman
M. LeBron
11
8
(.795)
(.742)
In what would have been the most spectacular comefrora-behind win t h i s year, Jim Mataya
(.842)
t r a i l e d Grady Mathewa (.822) 1-9.
After winning
the next nine racks, the stage was set f o r the
i n c r e d i b l e come back. Mathews played a s a f e t y and
Mataya k i c k e d a b a l l i n t o s t a r t h i s run o u t . With
j u s t two easy b a l l s from v i c t o r y , Mataya missed
the e i g h t b a l l . F i n a l : Mathews 1 1 , Mataya 10.
WINNERS' BRACKET
109) B. Hall
G. Mathews
11 (.922J
4 (.836)
110) E. Reyes
J . Reid
li
111) D. McCoy
S. McAninch
11
7
(.859)
(.750)
112) M. Jarvis
B. Surge
11
8
(.874)
(.786)
(.918;
5 (.817)
I n another come-from-behind match, I c h i r o K i t a t a n i
(.731)
trailed
Jiaary
Raid
(.797)
1-7.
He
e v e n t u a l l y t i e d the match a t 7 - 7 , 9 - 9 , and 10-10.
He broke the f i n a l rack and was running o u t . He
got s t r a i g h t i n on the e i g h t b a l l , too s t r a i g h t .
T r y i n g t o finesse the cue b a l l , he f o l l o w e d i t i n
behind the e i g h t . Reid won 1 1 - 1 0 .
LOSERS (9th-12th)
113) D. Howard
S. McAninch
li
3
(.863)
(.676)
114) D. Bollman
B. Surge
li
10
(.800)
(.827)
115) D. West
G. Mathews
li
3
(.814)
(.698)
116) G. Nolan
J. Reid
11
10
(.784)
(.810)
The best played match was saved f o r the f i n a l s .
Buddy H a l l (.976) kept Efren Reyes (.769) busy
k i c k i n g , s a f t y i n g , r a c k i n g and s i t t i n g ! H a l l won
the one-sided a f f a i r 11-1 w h i l e missing j u s t one
thin cut.
aw
LOSERS (7th-8th)
117) D. Howard
D. Bollman
li
118) D. West
G. Nolan
li
5
(.809)
(.696)
6
(.821)
(.792)
Hall and Balukas
(continued from page T3)
not share in the high run honors for "Breaking and
Running Out." Six competitors tied in that category
with a high run of three racks.
They were Jim
Mataya,
Takeshi Okumura,
Willie Munson, John
Duclos, and Gary Nolan.
WINNERS' BRACKET
119) B. Hall
E. Reyes
li
(.907;
7 (.820)
120) D. McCoy
M. Jarvis
li
(.906J
4 (.789)
a*
LOSERS (5th-6th)
121) E. Reyes
li
D. Howard
6
122) 0. West
li
M. Jarvis
8
LOSER (4th)
(.851)
(.839)
(.837)
(.783)
123) E. Reyes
0. West
(.870)
(.750)
11
5
Twenty-four women competed in the race to nine
Women's Division. Jean Balukas drew a bye the fir8t
round and then defeated Shampo (7), Picard (4),
Jones (5), Mataya (3), and Miura (6). The WPBA
established the prize money breakdown and awarded
Balukas 2,700.
Three lucky spectators were rewarded for their
support of the tournament by winning valuable door
prizes. Cathy Arndt won a $2,500 trip to Hawaii
plus $500 cash! Mike Hudkins won $1000 cash and
Vince Jabkiewicz won a $750 Joss Cue and a $175
George Cue Case. See ya next year!
WINNERS' BRACKET
124) B. Hall
0. McCoy
li
(.904!
4 (.738)
LOSER (3rd)
125) E. Reyes
D. McCoy
li
7
(.886)
(.855)
FINALS
126) B. Hall
E. Reyes
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GLASS CITY Rankings
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
U.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
TPA
NAME
Buddy Hall
Nick Varner
Efren Reyes
David Howard
Jim Mataya
Mike Sigel
Don McCoy
Paul Brienza
Bob Williams
Mark Jarvis
Steve Mizerak
Jean Balukas
Grady Mathews
Dallas West
Gary Nolan
Mike LeBron
Danny Medina
Dennis Hatch
Kim Davenport
Willie Munson
Greg Fix
Tony Mougey
.912
.876
.869
.856
.854
.853
.851
.849
.849
.843
.840
.838
.838
.835
.832
.831
.825
.824
.819
.818
.817
.814
NAME
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
Jack Hynes
Harry Sexton
Mike Gulyassy
Howard Vickery
Takeshi Okumura
Bob Dickerson
Sammy Jones
Jimmy Reid
Billy
Burge
Steve McAninch
Wade Crane
Mark Maryo
Dave Bollman
George Bveedlove
Gene Catron
Bill
Petrovish
Dave Piona
Bill
Stephen
John Zaksas
Stan Moon
Mike Alvarez
NAME
TPA
.813
.813
.812
.810
.808
.808
.802
.802
.801
.800
.800
.799
.796
.788
.785
.784
.783
.781
.780
.774
.773
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
TPA
Harry Aporff
John Beyerlein
Chuck Absher
Ron Casanzio
Ichiro
Kitatani
Yoshihiro
Morino
John Duelos
Steve Dobrowolski
Larry York
Pete
Tascarella
Carl Burgio
Frank Zummo
John Dansereau
Wesley Oyama
Dick Perkins
Mike Hudkins
Mark
Griffin
Joe Wichman
Rejean Picard
Dan Kromer
Tom Peck
.770
.764
.754
.752
.744
.74 J
.739
.736
.725
.723
.718
.718
.710
.702
.663
.663
.625
.624
.569
.548
.418
What is an error?
An error is one of the factors used in determining the TPA, There are five
possible errors. They are any Miss, Scratch on the Break, Bad Kick, Bad Safety,
and Bad Position.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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(.937) Nick Varner vs i Burgio
(.936) Buddy H a l l vs. Bollman
(.934) Bobby Williams vs. York
(.928) Mike LeBron vs . W i l l i a m s
(.922) Buddy H a l l v s . Mathews
(.918)
(.907)
(.906)
(.904)
Efren Reyes vs . Reid
Buddy H a l l vs.1teyes
Don McCoy vs. ,J a r v i s
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Name
Score Avg.
OPENING ROUND
Name
Score
Avg.
#
Name
Glass City Open
Score
Avg.
#
Name
Score Avg.
30) K. Davenport
P. Brienza
11
9
(.809)
(.845)
58 j S. Jones
0. Piona
li
(.769)
IQ (.773)
7 i ; 6 . Wiiiiams
0. Piona
i i f.848)
7 f.75^J
31) J. Balukas
S. Mizerak
11
6
(.833)
(.763)
59) G. Nolan
G. Fix
11
8
(.876)
(.828)
72j M. LeBron
M. Maryo
i l (.878)
7 (.764)
32) M. Jarvis
D. Kromer
li
2
(.875)
(.448)
60) S. McAninch
B. Dickerson
li
9
(.864)
(.827)
73) T. Mougey
D. Perkins
11
1
61) B. Surge
H. Vickery
li
9
(.870)
(.785)
74) 0. West
J. Duclos
li (-900J
1 (.484)
62) H. Aporff
T. Okumura
11
5
(.874)
(.743)
75) M. Gulyassy
J. Zaksas
11 (.833)
7 (.795)
63) K. Davenport
C. Burgio
11
4
(.856)
(.726)
76) Y. Morino
11 (.794)
S. Dobrowolski
7 (.713)
64) M. Jarvis
J. Balukas
li
10
(.820)
(.835)
77) G. Breedlove
B. Petrovish
11
5
78) B. Stephen
S. Moon
li
79) D. Hatch
J. Hynes
11
10
(.832)
(.780)
80) S. Mizerak
G. Catron
li
9
(.850)
(.800)
1) J. Mataya
J. Beyerlein
11
3
(.903)
(.615)
2) G. Catron
J. Wichman
li
3
(.768)
(.586)
3) J. Hynes
N. Varner
U
8
(.847)
(.833)
4) G. Mathews
W. Crane
11
4
(.895)
(.744)
33) J. Beyerlein
J. Wichman
11
5
(.819)
(.658)
5) S. Moon
D. Howard
11
9
(.781)
(.764)
34) N. Varner
W. Crane
11
8
(.868)
(.829)
6) D. Bollman
W. Oyama
11
9
(.852)
(.816)
35) D. Howard
W. Oyama
li
5
(.832)
(.545)
7) G. Breedlove
M. Alvarez
11 (.793)
7 (.769)
36) W. Manson
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M. Alvarez
11
10
(.862)
(.778)
8) 8 . Hall
W. Manson
11
9
(.865)
(.804)
37) M. Griffin
T. Peck
li
(FORFEIT)
65) J. Balukas
J. Beyerlein
11 (.845)
7 (.763)
9) Y. Morino
T. Peck
U
2
(.729)
(.418)
38) R. Casanzio
M. Hudkins
li
5
(.795)
(.695)
66) N. Varner
C. Burgio
li
(.937J
4 (.700)
10) M. Sigel
M. Griffin
11
4
(.870)
(.673)
39) B. Williams
L. York
li
5
(.934)
(.820)
67) 0. Howard
T. Okumura
11
6
(.898)
(.785)
11) E. Reyes
R. Casanzio
11
2
(.878)
(.686)
40) M. Maryo
J. Dansereau
11
9
(.798)
(.670)
68) H. Vickery
W. Munson
11
5
(.869)
(.754)
81) N. Varner
J. Balukas
li
(.869)
9 (.840)
12) M. Gulyassy
M. Hudkins
11
8
(.761)
(.630)
41) D. Perkins
R. Picard
11 (.721)
7 (.608)
69) B. Dickerson
M. Griffin
11
2
(.844)
(.571)
82) D. Howard
H. Vickery
11
3
13) J. Duclos
B. Williams
11
9
(.777)
(.764)
42) D. West
P. Tascarella
li
(.833)
70) G. Fix
10 (.787)
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11
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(.747)
(.774)
(.643)
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H. Sexton
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Maryo
McCoy
Perkins
11
9
11
4
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(.826)
(.811)
(.630)
45) B. Petrovish
F. Zummo
10 (.812)
2 (.688)
1
1
46) B. Stephen
C. Absher
11 (.818)
9 (.750)
1
1
18) M. LeBron
R. Picard
11
1
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(.500)
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P. Brienza
11 (.864)
10 (.852)
1
1
19} S. Jones
D. West
11 (.865)
7 (.772)
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P. Tascarella
11
5
48J 5 . Mizerak
li (.826)
0. Kromer
2 (.614)
WINNERS' BRACKET
1
1
1
21) G. Nolan
D. Medina
11 (.90QI
9 (.872)
49) J. Mataya
G. Catron
li (.857)
6 (.786)
1
1
22) G. Fix
J. Zaksas
11
4
(.882)
(.677)
50) G. Mathews
J. Hynes
li (.873)
7 (.808)
1
1
23) B. Dickerson
11
S. Dobrowolski 5
(.814)
(.659)
51) D. Bollman
5. Moon
11 (.815)
1
8 (.765)
24) S. McAninch
H. Sexton
11
9
(.804)
(.848)
52) B. Hall
G. Breedlove
li (.885)
3 (.673)
1
1
25) B. Surge
J. Petrovish
l i
4
(.788)
(.736)
53) M. Sigel
Y. Morino
11 (.869)
5 (.797)
1
1
26) H. Vickery
F. Zummo
11
4
(.818)
(.739)
54) E. Reyes
M. Guiyassy
11 (.885)
6 (.851)
1
1
27) H. Aporff
B. Stephen
11
2
(.810)
(.678)
55) I. Kitatani
J. Duclos
li (.755)
10 (.778)
1
1
28)
11
8
(.868)
(.759)
56) J. Reid
T. Mougey
11 (.728)
10 (.812)
1
1
11
9
(.720)
(.806)
57) D. McCoy
M. LeBron
11 (.875)
10 (.771)
1
1
T. Okumuro
C. Absher
29) C. Burgio
D. Hatch
LOSERS
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(.817)
(.800)
7 (.774)
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Hall and Balukas Win Hands Down
A full field of sixty-four players competed in the
Open Division of The 3rd Annual Glass City Open and
watched helplessly as Buddy Hall ran away with it.
A field of twenty-four women competed in the
Women's Division and watched helplessly as Jean
Balukas ran away with that one. Both players
breezed through their respective fields undefeated.
Promoter Larry Kahan and Director Joe Kerr hosted
the $15,000 added event in the massive Tam-0Shanter Sports Complex in Sylvania, Ohio, a suburb
of Toledo. Kahan made an extra special effort this
year to improve the popular event by taking it out
of his Hi-Cue Billiards and securing an arena that
would accommodate more spectators and vendors. He
had Ray Downing of The Toledo Billiard Supply Co.
set up six beautiful Brunswick Gold Crowns. Promo
man Tom Elder was responsible for the beautiful
four color poster and spectator program in addition
to committing the media to cover the event. It
seemed that nothing was being overlooked but what
was not anticipated was the unusually high humidity
and heat. There's no question about it that the
playing conditions were tough. The humidity and
heat contributed to less than ideal playing
conditions. With high humidity, pocketing balls is
more difficulty position play especially when using
the rails is also a problem. As a result, the true
champions who could adjust to unusual situations
would prevail, and they did.
The opening round had more than its share of upsets
such as Jack Hynes over Nick Varner, Stan Moon over
David Howard, and John Duclos over Bob Williams. It
was also ironic that during a nationally televised
news story recently featuring Jean Balukas, Steve
Mizerak was quoted as saying that "Jean Balukas
will never win a men's tournament." Well, ahe's
getting closer. Mizerak himself fell victim to
Balukas' talents 11-6. There were a total of
fourteen .900 TPA's, most of which were shot by
Buddy Hall. In the finals, Buddy Hall shot a near
perfect .976, the highest average of the week, to
clinch the Glass City Title from runner-up Efren
Reyes.
Hall not only shot the highest single
Accu-Stats average but also had the highest overall
tournament average of .912! The next highest
tournament average was thirty-six points lower, an
.876 by Nick Varner. Hall also scored highest in
the "Run Out Opportunity" category running out 76
of the 103 opportunities (73.8%) he had. Hall did
(continued on page T7)
Notable Matches
Gary Nolan (.900) and Danny Medina (.872) traded
the lead several times during their match and were
tied nine separate times. Nolan won the last two
rscks to end the see-saw match 11-9.
For the first ten racks, Jean Balukas (.833)
maintained a .925 TPA while mounting an 8-2 lead
over Steva Mizerak (.763). They traded racks for
the rest of the set as Balukas won 11-6.
A nine ball on the break put Pete Taacarella
(.787) on the hill 10-6 over Dallas West (.833)
but Tascsrella had some tough leaves to work with
and just couldn't close the set. West's good run
outs, nine ball on the break, and session winning
kiss shot cinched the match 11-10.
While Accu-Statting this match from the video
tape, it appeared that Bill Petroviah (.812) had
prematurely won the race to eleven match over
Frank Zummo (.688) 10-2. Evidently, Zummo had had
enough torture for one day and conceded early.
Jiaay Reid (.728) scratched eleven times in his
match against Tony Mougey (.812). Reid scratched
four times on the break, five times while going
for position, once while playing a safety, and
once while kicking. Despite all of the scratches
and despite pocketing only 67 balls to Mougey's
95, he still managed to squeak out the win 11-10.
In this nip and tuck match, Jean Balukas (.835)
and Mark Jarvis (.820) traded racks as they were
tied at 2-2, 3-3, 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, 8-8, 9-9,
and 10-10. Jarvis played the last two racks with
precision and won 11-10.
Nick Varner (.937) recovered from some inferior
matches by running out 11 of the 12 opportunities
he had and missing only one ball. He defeated Carl
Burgio (.700) 11-4.
Dallae West (.900) made a ball on the break
without scratching on each of his eleven breaks en
route to an 11-1 victory over John Duclos (.484).
Bill Stephen (.800) won the first ten racks of
this session and shot an impressive .938 TPA up to
that point. For the next seven racks, Stephen shot
a .400 TPA nearly jeopardizing the match. He
finally closed the door on Stan Moon (.774) 11-7.
During two turns at the table, David Howard (.940)
pocketed a total of 57 balls while rendering
Howard Vickery (.714) helpless. Howard won 11-3.
(continued on page T7)
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THE 3rd ANNUAL
GLASS CITY OPEN
TOLEDO, OHIO
May 26
31,1987
FINAL
Mem
NAME
STANDINGS
PRIZE
AVG.
1st Buddy
Hall
2nd Efren
Reyes
3rd Don McCoy
4th Dallas
West
5th-6th
David
Howard
Mark
Jarvis
7th-8th
Gary
Nolan
Dave
Bollman
9th-12th
Grady
Mathews
Jimmy
Reid
Billy
Surge
Steve
McAninch
13th-16th
Nick
Varner
Mike
LeBron
Sammy Jones
Harry
Aporff
17th-24th
Jim
Mataya
Mike
Sigel
Steve
Mizerak
Kim
Davenport
Greg
Fix
Mike
Gulyassy
George
Breedlove
Ichiro
Kitatani
25th-32nd
Bob
Williams
Jean
Balukas
Dennis
Hatch
Tony Mougey
Howard
Vickery
Bob
Dickerson
(.912)
(.869)
(.851)
(.835)
$6, ,000.00
4,,000.00
3,,000.00
2 ,000.00
(.856)
(.843)
1 ,500.00
1 ,500.00
(.832)
( .796)
1 ,200.00
1 ,200.00
(.838)
(.802)
(.801)
( .800)
900.00
900.00
900.00
900.00
(.876)
(.831)
(.802)
(.770)
700.00
700.00
700.00
700.00
(.854)
(.853)
(.840)
( .819)
( .817)
(.812)
( .788)
(.744)
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
(
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.849)
.836)
.824)
.814)
.810)
.808)
NAME
AVG.
Bill
Stephen
(.781)
Yoshiro
Morino
(.743)
33rd-48th
Willie
Munson
(.818)
Jack
Hynes
(.813)
Takeshi
Okumura
(.808)
Mark
Maryo
( .799)
Gene
Catron
(.785)
Bill
Petrovish
( .784)
Dave
Piona
(.783)
John
Zaksas
(.780)
Stan Moon
(.774)
John
Beyerlein
(.764)
Ron
Casanzio
(.752)
John
Duclos
(.739)
Steve
Dobrowolsl <i(
.736)
Carl
Burgio
(.718)
Dick
Perkins
(.663)
Mark
Griffin
(.625)
49th-64th
Paul
Brienza
( .849)
Danny
Medina
(.825)
Harry
Sexton
(.813)
Wade Crane
(.800)
Mike
Alvarez
(.773)
Chuck
Absher
(.754)
Larry
York
(.725)
Pete
Tascarella
( .723)
Frank Zummo
(.718)
John
Dansereau
(.710)
Wesley Oyama
(.702)
Mike
Hudkins
(.663)
Joe Wichman
(.624)
Rejean
Picard
(.569)
Dan Kromer
(.548)
Tom Peck
(.418)
Women: (in the money)
NAME
1st
2nd
3rd
vv 4th
PRIZE
Jean Balukas
$2, 700
Yoko Miura
1,750
Ewa Mataya
1,450
Loree Jon Jones
1,100
PRIZE
NAME
5th-6th
Bonnie Hoffman
Belinda Beardon
T2
800
800
NAME
7th-8th
Leanne Cox
Lori Shampo
PRIZE
600
600
J
A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9-BALL POCKET BILLIARDS
(201)226-5429
"
Vol. 3, No.3
Buddy Halls
.976 Clinches
Glass City Title
Photo by BILLIE BILLING
TOLEDOBuddy Hall was more than a match for his competitors as evidenced by
his 7-0 record and his .912 tournament average. The accomplishments earned him the
$6,000 first prize and The 3rd Annual Glass City Open title. In races to eleven, he
routed Munson (9), Breedlove (3), Bollman (6), Mathews (4), Reyes (7), McCoy (4),
and Reyes (1). Jean Balukas continued her domination of the womens' division.

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