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A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9-BALL POCKET BILLIARDS
(201)838-7089
Apr.14-Jun.30, 1985
Vol. 1, No. 4
Sigel
Outstanding
at Sands Regent
RENOMike Sigel posted a 10-1 record while averaging .890 at the Sands Regent
Open to secure the $10,000 first prize. In races to nine, he tallied wins over
Saunders (3), Golder (4), and Reyes (6) before a Rempe (4) defeat. From the loser's
bracket, he toppled Harris (0), Carter (4), Swanson (6), Hall (6), McCready (3), and
Rempe twice, 8-7, 8-2.
V
SANDS REGENT OPEN
RENO, NEVADA
June 4 - 8,1985
FINAL STANDINGS
Men:
#
NAME
AVG.
I . M i k e Sigel
2. Jim Rempe
J . K e i t h McCready
4 . Buddy Hall
5th-6th
Jay Swanson
David
Howard
7th-8th
Efren
Reyes
Jeff Carter
9th-12th
Ed Kelly
Mike Massey
J r . Harris
Pete Lhotka
\'.890)
I'.869)
I'.848)
I'.869)
1'
1'
PRIZE
$10 ,000
6 ,000
4 ,000
3 ,000
.858)
.842)
2 ,000
2 ,000
1'.884)
i' .870)
1 ,550
1 ,550
('
1'
1'
('
.838)
.823)
.817)
.755)
1.,000
1 ,000
1 ,000
1:,000
( .855)
(' .845)
(' .791)
(' .778)
550
550
550
550
Howard Vickery
( .848)
Earl Strickland
(' .846)
Dave Bollman
1' .818)
D a v i d Nottingham
(' .818)
G r a d y Mathews
( .807)
Lou Butera
('.795)
W a r r e n C o s t a n z a 1 .770)
M i k e Zimmerman
|'.736)
25th-32nd
Ernesto
Dominguezi .845)
Joe Salazar
1' .844)
F r e d Guarino
1'.825)
L a r r y Nelson
1' .807)
Dick Megiveron
( .771)
Robert LaSlanc
( .761)
Mike Oooley
1' .760)
Darrell
Nordquisti ' .738)
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
IJth-l^th
Kim Davenport
Jim Mataya
Tony Martino
C e c i l Tugwell
I7th-24t/i
Women:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Cr
NAME
PRIZE
Jean Balukas
Mary Kenniston
Robin Bell
Vicki Frechen
$4,000
2,400
1,400
720
:
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
#
NAME
33rd-48th
Paul Brienza
Gil Mascareno
Rudolfo
Luat
Roy Futternick
Gary Hutchings
Dick Renk
Gary Golder
Dan D'Imperio
A n g e l o Dal Porto
Richard
White
Jimmy Rogers
Gene Yates
Tim Kwong
Neal Goodale
Jim C a r r o l l
Ray Badami
49th-63rd
Dan Louie
Bob Hunter
Brian
Hashimoto
Danny Medina
Wade Crane
Ronnie
Allen
Ted Ito
John W r i g h t
Rich Geiler
Harry
Platis
Pete McCoy
Cole Dickson
Roy Bright
R. Shreckengaust
William
Brown
64th-65th
Lance Saunders
Bill
Incardona
NAME
PRIZE
5th-i Sth
Ewa Mataya
400
Jeani VallinciDurt
400
7th-i Sth
Kathy Miao
240
Kris i Turner
240
AVG.
|' .846)
i'.836)
i' .810)
|' .789)
|1 .785)
|' .776)
|' .772)
|' .765)
|' .760)
1' .755)
|' .754)
|' .750)
|' .731)
|' .704)
| .680)
|' .605)
| .828)
(" .824)
j .799)
| .778)
|'.774)
|'.759)
|' .758)
| .752)
| .714)
I .674)
|' .631)
|' .627)
| .623)
|' .594)
|' .528)
(' .758)
| .727)
NAME
9th-12th
Theresa Wilsc m
Kelly Simpsoni
Jan LaBlanc
Laura Smith
PRIZE
80
80
80
80
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^Captain Hook' Takes Charge
After a long dry spell, then two minor tournament
wins in the last month, Mike Sigel was tuned in. He
outclassed the Sands Regent Open field and deserved
the $10,000 first prize.
Although he spent most of his time in the loser's
bracket, Mike posted a 10-1 record which included
five .900's, and the tournament high average of .890.
Mike
displayed
excellence
in
most
statistical
£\
categories but exceptionally well in "Run Outs from
the Break". This stat reflects a player's ability to
break and run out without allowing his opponent to
the table. Sigel accomplished this 43* of the time.
In fact, if he made a ball on the break, you were in
real trouble, for under these circumstances he ran
out 60% of the time. How can anyone fade that?
Well, it appears "The Captain" is back in form and
ready for bear! Welcome back Mike.
Notable M a t c h e s
The spectators at the Sands were quite fortunate for
there were many exciting matches that were notable
enough to warrant review. The number in parentheses
is the player's TPA for that session.
In a most unusual match, Grady Mathews (.683)
pocketed only 28 balls while Mike Dooley (.828)
pocketed 78. Mathews won 9-5!
After trailing 1-4, Darrell Nordquist (.821) held
Rich Geiler (.692) to pocketing just three more
balls for the rest of the set. Nordquist won 11-4.
While leading 7-4, Ronnie Allen (.806) missed an
easy nine ball. It was the last object ball Ronnie
would hit. Fred Guarino (.864) won 9-7.
After defeating Harry Platis (.714) 9-8 in a seesaw
match that traded the lead five times, Keith
McCready (.810) announced to the crowd, "Never a
doubt!"
At 7-5, Roy Futternick (.856) and Robert LaBlanc
(.745) played "hot potato" with the nine ball six
times before Roy pocketed it. Futternick won 9-5.
Mike Sigel (.887) ran out from the break five times
during his 9-3 victory over Lance Saunders (.833).
Tony Martino (.885) shot a 1.000 for the last six
racks to win 9-4 over R. Shreckengaust (.629).
Bob Hunter
9-0.
(.901) shut out Lance Saunders (.654)
From a 4-7 deficit, Mike Zimmerman (.809) put it
together and upset Jim Mataya (.783) 9-7.
While leading 8-7, and shooting an easy eight ball,
Dick Renk (.820) miscues and never shoots again.
Mike Massey (.798) wins 9-8.
Similarly, while leading 8-7 and shooting an easy
eight ball, Rudolfo Luat (.719) miscues and never
shoots again. Lou Butera (.731) wins 9-8.
While trailing 3-6, Dick Megiveron (.786) watched as
Gary Hutchings (.756) broke the balls. Dick then ran
out, broke and ran out, broke and ran out, and broke
and ran out. Dick won the match 9-7.
Gil Maacareno (.818) missed an easy seven ball.
Cecil Tugwell (.897) then garnered the tournament
high run honors by winning that rack and running
four more. Cecil won 9-3.
Leading 8-7, Gene Yates (.691) miscued on the eight
ball. Rich Geiler (.722) then tied the match and at
8-8, ran the rack but scratched on the nine.
Leading 8-7, Joe Salazar (.846) is ready to sink the
last three balls to defeat Jim Mataya (.881). Joe
miscues on the seven but still pockets it! He
manicures his tip, chalks up, and miscues on the
eight! Jim wins 9-8.
(continued
on page 17)
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RENO, NV ( 6 / 1 - 2 / 8 5 ) - I n
addition
t o the profess i o n a l s , the Sands played
host t o a handicap d i v i s i o n
based on Gene S t a r y ' s USPPA
handicap system. 48 p l a y e r s
o f v a r y i n g s k i l l s raced t o
s i x f o r the $1,000 f i r s t
prize.
The Sands added
$2,000 and guaranteed money
t o h a l f the f i e l d .
Nick
Cano (two game handicap)
emerged champion by b e a t i n g
Paul Brienza twice from the
loser's bracket. A p a r t i a l
i n - t h e - m o n e y breakdown
follows,
t h e number
in
parentheses being the handicap r a t i n g .
NAME
1st
Nick Cano(77)
PRIZE
$1,000
2nd Paul Brienza(125) 640
3rd Kim Davenport(120) 500
340
4 t h Mike Boyd(85)
5th- -6th
200
Ron Carnpbell(73)
200
Gerry K e l l y ( 5 5 )
7th- 8 t h
160
Jim Johnson(50)
160
Rod Norton(44)
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a weekly basis, this handicap system
is the answer. The score sheet is
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open shot to a pocket. That's it!
The scoresheets are then processed
and a report listing each player's
three
years and c o n s i s t e n t l y draws 16-40 p l a y e r s
i n each l o c a l event
There
are s e v e r a l rooms i n h i s
area also using the system.
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SCORES & AVERAGES
Score AVQ.
G. Mascarene 9 .872)
B. Hunter
4 .778)
G. Golder
9 .753)
B. Incardona
7 .727)
P. Lhotka
9 .798)
G. Yates
8 .795)
D. Nordquist
9 .821)
R. Geiler
4 .692)
Name
1)
2)
3)
4)
21)
22)
23)
24)
Name
Score Avg.
D. Nottingham 9 1.855)
B. Hashimoto
7 (.769)
C. Tugwell
9 (.776)
J. Rogers
6 (.741)
M. Massey
9 (.886)
D. Medina
6 (.776)
9 (. 766)
D. Renk
R. White
3 (.700)
B. Hall
9 (.889)
J. Carroll
1 (.500)
W. Costanza
9 (.805)
J. Wright
6 (.770)
D. D'Imperio
9 (.841)
R. Badami
1 (.550)
E. Reyes
9 (.881)
W. Brown
2 (.469)
G. Golder
9 (.818)
T. Kwong
3 (.571)
M. Sigel
9 (.887)
L. Saunders
3 (.833)
J. Carter
9 (.878)
P. Brienza
8 (.882)
T. Martino
9 (.885)
R. Shrec'gaust 4 (.629)
N. Goodale
9 (.788)
H. Vickery
8 (.811)
B. Hunter
9 (.901;
L. Saunders
0 (.654)
G. Mascareno
B. Incardona
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45) A.
C.
46) R.
H.
Dal Porto
Dickson
LaBlanc
Platis
9
6
9
4
47) G. Hutchings
R. Bright
9
3
48) G. Mascareno
R. Allen
9
5
49) M. Dooley
W. Crane
9
6
.678)
.571)
.808)
.629)
.840)
.712)
.820)
.746)
50) G. Yates
R. Geiler
9
8
.691)
.722)
51) P.
D.
52) E.
G.
Lhotka
Nordquist
Strickland
Mathews
9
8
9
3
53) K. Davenport
F. Guarino
9
4
.716)
.639)
.877)
.862)
.897)
.757)
54) J.
R.
55) K.
R.
9
7
9
2
.883)
.567)
56) J. Harris
L. Nelson
9
5
.844)
.807)
9 ( 908
5 ( 774)
9 (.603)
8 (.545)
57) M. Zimmerman
J. Mataya
9
7
58) E. Kelly
J. Salazar
9
5
.809)
.783)
.871)
.803)
765)
734)
59) D. Howard
D. Megiveron
9
4
.883)
.714)
(.800)
(.779)
60) D. Nottingham
C. Tugwell
9
6
.861)
.711)
25)
.919;
.857)
26)
.928;
27)
.769)
.864)
.806)
28)
.922;
29)
.618)
.857)
.792)
30)
K. McCready
H. Platis
9
8
.810)
.714)
31)
12) R. Futternick
R. LaBlanc
9
5
.856)
.745)
32)
13) L. Nelson
A. Dal Porto
14) J. Harris
C. Dickson
15) J. Mataya
E. Dominguez
16) M. Zimmerman
P. McCoy
17) E. Kelly
T. Ito
18) J. Salazar
D. Bollman
19) D. Megiveron
L. Butera
20) D. Howard
D. Louie
9
6
9
6
9
5
.810)
.784)
33)
.781)
.649)
34)
.816)
.829)
35)
9
8
4
.609)
.636)
.771)
.757)
9
5
.859)
.815)
36) H.
R.
37) J.
B.
38) R.
W.
9
6
9
7
.783)
.741)
39) J. Carroll
J. Wright
9
5
.887)
.871)
40) R. White
D. Medina
9
6
9
Caesar Morales of "Red's"
Any trouble
K.
9
8
9
6
9
3
9
2
.683)
.828)
Vickery
Shrec'gaust
Kwong
Hunter
Badami
Brown
understanding
Accu-Stats'
Avg.
.783)
.826)
.827)
.781)
Rogers
Hashimoto
Butera
Louie
Bollman
Ito
Dominguez
McCoy
9
5
9
1
9
3
9
7
9
3
9
7
11)
Score
41) J.
B.
42) L.
D.
43) D.
T.
44) E.
P.
Mathews
Dooley
Strickland
Crane
Davenport
Mascareno
Guarino
Allen
Luat
Bright
Swanson
G. Hutchings
5) G.
M.
6) E.
W.
7) K.
G.
8) F.
R.
9) R.
R.
10) J.
Name
9
1
(.841)
(.559)
(
(
Swanson
Luat
McCready
Futternick
.824)
.759)
.914;
.618)
.772)
.610)
.860)
.813)
fame now uses Efren Reyes.
terms or expressions?
See page 19
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fr.
Reno
S C O R E S & AVERAGES
Name
Score
Name
Avg
Score
Avg±
Name
Score
^
Avg.
61) M. Massey
D. Renk
9
8
(.798)
(.820)
83) H. Vickery
L. Nelson
9 .816)
7 (.804)
93) K. McCready
J. Harris
9 f.906j
5
(.818)
62) B. Hall
W. Costanza
63) E. Reyes
D . D'Imperio
9 (.920J
84) J. Mataya
J. Salazar
9 (.881)
8 (.846)
94) E. Kelly
M. Zimmerman
9
8
(.867)
(.808)
85) G. Mathews
D. Nordquist
9 (.750)
3 (.677)
95) D. Howard
D. Nottingham
9
8
(.809)
(.793)
64 J M. Sigel
G. Golder
9 (.912J
4 (.725)
86) L.
F.
9 (.891)
7 (.836)
96) M. Massey
B. Hall
9
4
(.852)
(.655)
65; J. Rempe
J. Carter
9
6
(.823)
(.800)
87) D. Bollman
E. Dominguez
9 (.860)
7 (.782)
97) M. Sigel
E. Reyes
9 (.926J
6 (.887)
66) T. Mar Uno
N. Goodale
9
8
(.716)
(.670)
88) J. Carter
R. LaBlanc
9
7
67) H. Vickery
R. Futternick
9
5
(.870)
(.792)
89) C.
D.
9
4
68) L. Nel son
P. Brienza
9
8
(.808)
(.810)
90) W. Costanza
M. Dooley
9
5
J. Mataya
T. Kwong
9
3
(.854)
(.571)
91) P.
E.
70) J. Salazar
R. Badami
9
1
(.859)
(.676)
92) J. Swanson
K. Davenport
71) D. Nordquist
J. Carroll
9
3
(.808)
(.661)
72) G. Mathews
R. White
9
8
(.872)
(.746)
73) F. Guarino
J. Rogers
9
(.815)
8
9
(.732)
(.731)
8
(.719)
75) D. Bollman
D. D'Imperio
9
2
(.825)
(.660)
76) E. Dominguez
G. Golder
9
5
(.873)
(.766)
77) J. Carter
A. Dal Porto
9
2
(.887)
(.690)
78) R. LaBlanc
N. Goodale
9
5
(.847)
(.619)
79) D. Megiveron
G. Hutchings
9
7
(.786)
(.756)
80) C. Tugwell
G. Mascareno
9
3
(.897)
(.818)
81) M. Dooley
D. Renk
9
(.711)
7
(.733)
82) W. Costanza
G. Yates
9
8
(.743)
(.776)
69)
74) L. Butera
R. Luat
V^
5
9
5
(.860)
(.895)
(.767)
Butera
Guarino
Tugwell
Megiveron
Lhotka
Strickland
(
(
(
J. Rempe
T. Martino
851)
761)
98)
803)
776)
99) B. Hall
H. Vickery
9 f.918j
8 (.937J
100) J. Mataya
D. Nottingham
9
3
(.890)
(.729)
9 (.866)
3 (.696)
101) J. Martino
G. Mathews
9
8
(.802)
(.825)
9 (.877)
2 (.625)
102) E. Reyes
L. Butera
9
6
(.874)
(.776)
(
747)
671)
9 f .911;
2 (.810)
Blood Test Zone?
Some of us perform at our best when ahead, o t h e r s when behind. Some of
us play w e l l e a r l y i n the s e t , o t h e r s when i t s down t o the w i r e , but
there i s no doubt t h a t we a l l perform d i f f e r e n t l y when the pressure i s
on!
The r e a l t e s t , as explained by B i l l Incardona, i s the a b i l i t y t o
perform when i n the "blood t e s t zone". The " b l o o d t e s t zone" i s t h a t
p a r t o f the session when both c o n t e s t a n t s are w i t h i n two games o f
winning the s e t .
Now t h e r e ' s p r e s s u r e ! Incardona f e e l s t h a t maybe a
separate s t a t i s t i c should be kept r e f l e c t i n g a p l a y e r s s k i l l when i n
t h i s "zone".
This w i l l show who performs best when under extreme
pressure.
A c c u - S t a t s ' T o t a l Performance Average (TPA) r e f l e c t s a p l a y e r ' s o v e r a l l
performance.
I f we i s o l a t e the r e s u l t s o f the " b l o o d t e s t zone" from
the r e s t of the match, we could then c a l c u l a t e the d i f f e r e n c e i n TPA's
between the " b l o o d t e s t zone" and the r e s t of p l a y . Could we then c a l l
t h a t d i f f e r e n c e the "dog f a c t o r " ?
Mike Ashe Remembered
Mike Asch, a prominent leader in
promoting
tournaments
in the mid 70's passed away
April
23, 1985. He was an integral
part
in
generating
interest
for many of the great
players of today.
He will be sadly missed.
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Total Performance Average CTPA)
S a n d s Regent Open Rankings
If you reviewed any of the scores on the previous pages, you probably noticed a number in parentheses
to the right of each score. It was called the Accu-Stats Average. It is actually another name for
Total Performance Average. Those numbers reflect the player's ability for a single session. What
follows are the overall tournament averages for each contestant.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
MIKE SIGEL
EFREN REYES
JEFF CARTER
JIM REMPE
BUDDY HALL
JAY SWANSON
KIM DAVENPORT
HOWARD VICKERY
KEITH MCCREADY
PAUL BRIENZA
EARL STRICKLAND
ERNEST DOMINGUEZ
JIM MATAYA
JOE SALAZAR
DAVID HOWARD
ED KELLY
GIL MASCARENO
DAN LOUIE
FRED GUARINO
BOB HUNTER
MIKE MASSEY
DAVE BOLLMAN
Reno
#
.890
.884
.870
.869
.869
.858
.855
.848
.848
.846
.846
.845
.845
.844
.842
.838
.836
.828
.825
.824
.823
.818
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
DAVID NOTTINGHAM
JR . HARRIS
RUDOLFO LUAT
LARRY NELSON
GRADY MATHEWS
BRIAN HASHIMOTO
LOU BUTERA
TONY MARTINO
ROY FUTTERNICK
GARY HUTCHINGS
CECIL TUGWELL
DANNY MEDINA
DICK RENK
WADE CRANE
GARY GOLDER
DICK MEGIVERON
WARREN COSTANZA
DAN D'IMPERIO
ROBERT LABLANC
ANGELO DALPORTO
MIKE DOOLEY
RONNIE ALLEN
.818
.817
.810
.807
.807
.799
.795
.791
.789
.785
.778
.778
.776
.774
.772
.771
.770
.765
.761
.760
.760
.759
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
LANCE SAUNDERS
TED ITO
PETE LHOTKA
RICHARD WHITE
JIMMY ROGERS
JOHN WRIGHT
GENE YATES
DARREL NORDQUIST
MIKE ZIMMERMAN
TIM KWONG
BILL INCARDONA
RICH GEILER
NEAL GOODALE
JIM CARROLL
HARRY PLATIS
PETER MCCOY
COLE DICKSON
ROY BRIGHT
RAY BADAMI
RICK SHRECKGAUST
WILLIAM BROWN
.758
.758
.755
.755
.754
.752
.750
.738
.736
.731
.727
.714
.704
.680
.647
.631
.627
.623
.605
.594
.528
SCORES & AVER,AGIE;S
Name
Score
103) K. Davenport
0. Bollman
Avg.
#
Name
Score
AVQ.
Name
121) K. McCready
J. Swanson
105) C. Tugwell
M. Zimmerman
9 (.828) 112) K. McCready
3 (.721)
E. Kelly
9 (.910; 113) D. Howard
5 (.848)
M. Massey
9 (.787) 114) J. Rempe
M. Sigel
5 (.726)
9 (.875)
4 (.696)
123) B. Hall
D. Howard
106) J. Harris
W. Costanza
9
7
(.827)
(.733)
115) B. Hall
P. Lhotka
9 (.890)
2 (.700)
124) M. Sigel
J. Swanson
107) B. Hall
J. Mataya
9
8
(.892)
(.859)
108) E. Reyes
T. Martino
109) J. Carter
K. Davenport
9
3
(.899)
(.700)
9
7
(.892)
(.862)
110) J. Harris
c. Tugwell
Ill)
J. Swanson
p. Lhotka
9
2
9
4
(.840)
(.515)
(.841)
(.667)
116) E.
E.
117) J.
M.
118) M.
J.
119) B.
E.
125) M. Sigel
B. Hall
126) J. Rempe
(.882)
K. McCready
(.816)
(.901) 127) M. Sigel
K. McCready
(.737)
128) M. Sigel
(.863)
J. Rempe
(.880)
129) M. Sigel
9 (.878)
J. Rempe
4 (.830)
104) J. Carter
£. Strickland
Reyes
Kelly
Carter
Massey
Sigel
Harris
Hall
Reyes
120) M. Sigel
J. Carter
9 (.851)
8 (.823)
9 (.836)
6 (.722)
#
9
8
9
3
9
0
9
8
(.868)
(.853)
122)
J. Rempe
D. Howard
Score
9
8
9
8
9
7
9
6
9
6
9
7
9
3
8
7
8
2
Avg.
(.886)
(.905)
(.899)
(.853)
(.845)
(.795)
(.867)
(.800)
(.896)
(.880)
(.854)
(.833)
(.937J
(.755)
(.886)
(.902)
(.941J
(.833)
y
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Performance Rankings
NAME
l.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
BALLS
MADE ERRORS
GAMES
Mike S i g e l
142
734
91
E f r e n Reyes
101
501
66
Jeff Carter
114
494
74
Jim Rempe
97
399
60
Buddy H a l l
130
605
91
J a y Swanson
88
417
69
Kim Davenport
64
271
46
Howard V i c k e r y
74
330
59
K e i t h McCready
104
435
78
Paul Brienza
34
143
26
(Reno Tournament Average = . 8 0 2 )
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KICK PERFORMANCE
TOTAL PERFORMANCE
#
Reno
(MINIMUM KICKS = 15)
TPA
.890
.884
.870
.869
.869
.858
.855
.848
.848
.846
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
BREAK PERFORMANCE
NAME
GAMES
KICKS
G00Ei
KPA
Jim Rempe
97
22
21
Ed K e l l y
78
15
14
Mike S i g e l
142
31
27
J r . Harris
79
23
20
Dave Bollman
65
23
20
J a y Swanson
88
30
26
Warren C o s t a n z a
76
21
18
Gary G o l d e r
55
18
15
Dick Renk
45
17
14
P e t e Lhotka
70
27
22
(Reno Tournament Average = . 7 7 4 )
.955
.933
.871
.870
.870
.867
.857
.833
.824
.815
RUN OUT OPPORTUNITIES
(MINIMUM BREAKS= 20)
NAME
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
BREAK BALL MADE
GAMES SHOTS W/0 SCR:. BPA
Joe S a l a z a r
55
32
24
R i c h a r d White
44
20
15
David Howard
94
48
35
Mike S i g e l
142
88
63
E a r l S t r i c k l a n d 48
28
20
Dick Renk
45
23
16
Dave Bollman
65
36
25
Jr- Harris
79
39
27
Mike Massey
72
36
24
Fred G u a r i n o
62
30
20
(Reno Tournament Average = . 5 8 2 )
.750
.750
.729
.716
.714
.696
.694
.692
.667
.667
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
#
1.
2. •
3. ,
4, ,
5. ,
6.,
7.,
8. .
9.
10.,
NAME
Bob H u n t e r
E f r e n Reyes
Kim Davenport
Mike S i g e l
Jim Mataya
Earl Strickland
Buddy H a l l
J i m Rempe
David Nottingham
Grady Mathews
(Reno Tournament
Jeff Carter
89
63
Mike S i g e l
125
88
Buddy H a l l
109
73
E f r e n Reyes
87
58
Jim Rempe
74
49
Kim Davenport
53
35
Earl Strickland
37
24
J a y Swanson
74
47
Jim Mataya
83
51
Howard V i c k e r y
70
43
(Reno Tournament Average = 5 2 . 0 )
PCT.
70.8
70.4
67.0
66.7
66.2
66.0
64.9
63.5
61.4
61.4
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
POCKETED)
BALLS
MADE
RUN
OUTS
POSITION ERRORS
MISSES
(PER 100 BALLS
OPPORTUNITIES
SHOTS
MISSED
154
7
501
25
271
14
734
41
404
24
192
12
605
39
399
27
233
17
272
22
Average = 1 1 . 1 )
AVG
4.5
5.0
5.2
5.6
5.9
6.3
6.4
6.8
7.3
8.1
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
BALLS
MADE
Jeff Carter
Jay Swanson
Mike S i g e l
Buddy H a l l
David Howard
E f r e n Reyes
Jim Rempe
K e i t h McCready
Paul Brienza
E r n e s t o Dominguez
(Reno Tournament
POSITION
ERRORS
494
417
734
605
442
501
399
435
143
246
Average
15
13
28
28
21
25
21
24
8
14
=7.9)
AVG
3.0
3.1
3.8
4.6
4.8
5.0
5.3
5.5
5.6
5.7
Reno Averages
Scratch on the break: IOS
Scratch while going for position: 1.5%
Ball made on the break: 65S
Nine ball made on the break: 2.555
V^-
Run out from the break: 20%
Run out after making a ball on the break: 343
Run out with ball in hand: 59%
1
$ \
Glass City Open
TOLEDO, OH ( 5 / 1 7 - 1 9 / 8 5 ) - Mike S i g e l broke the i c e w i t h t h i s win
d e f e a t i n g Kim Davenport twice i n the f i n a l s and pocketing $5,000 i n the
process. Larry Kahan's Hi-Q B i l l i a r d s hosted the 46 p l a y e r event and
added $2,400 t o the purse. The in-the-money r e s u l t s are as f o l l o w s :
NAME
PRIZE
1st Mike Sigel
2nd Kim Davenport
3rd Jim Mataya
4th Howard Vickery
5th-6th
Sammy Jones
Mark Maryo
$5,000
2,500
1,600
950
550
550
NAME
PRIZE
7th-8th
Brent
Madlinski
Earl
Strickland
9th-12th
Dave Mcllhargey
Bob Williams
Buddy Hall
Romiro Sanchez
350
350
200
200
200
200
East Coast Open
MELBOURNE, FL ( 5 / 2 5 - 2 6 / 8 5 ) - Buddy H a l l won t h i s popular event h a n d i l y
as he breezed through the f i e l d undefeated. H a l l (.903) defeated Toby
Sweet (.803) 11-4 i n the f i n a l s t o capture the $1,600 f i r s t p r i z e . The
Golden Cue hosted the 44 p l a y e r event and p l a n another i n September.
The in-the-money r e s u l t s are as f o l l o w s :
NAME
PRIZE
1st
Buddy Hall
2nd Toby Sweet
3rd
Gary Pinkowski
4th
Tommy Kennedy
5th-6th
Ralph Curry
David
Ritter
$1,600
800
A80
320
250
250
NAME
7th-8th
Morris Dugger
Steve Cook
9th-12th
Jeff ft dams
Jay ftrcher
Tom Brown
Ronnie Yarbrough
Jim Rempe may soon be featured
part
weekly
televised
series
teaching
pool
as well
as having
guests
on the
show.
r
PRIZE
in
160
160
100
100
100
100
a
twenty-six
promoting
and
top players
as
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Once the field surpasses 64 as in Reno, it is neccessary to utilize a 128 player
flow chart. Due to space limitations a slightly different technique is used to fit
the entire chart. The bold center line separates the winner's bracket from the
losers bracket. The names bordering the center line are the results of the first
Men
'BYE
t VlCKEi
BYE
SHREC'GAUS
SHR'G
BYE
BRIENZA
BRIEN
BYE
(NO SHOW)
(NO 5.
HUNTE
HUNTER
SAUND
BYE
KWQNG
-) KWQNG
BYE
BROWN
BROWN
BYE
BADAMI
BADAM
BYE
WRIGHT
WRIGH
VICKERY
VICKERY
VICKERY
FUTTERNICK
VICKERY
BRIENZA
HALL
NELSON
NELSON
HALL
KWQNG
HALL
MATAYA
MATAYA
MATAYA
HALL
BADAMI
MATAYA
SALAZAR
NOTTINGHAM
LHQTKA
SALAZAR
i
CARROLL
NORDQUIST
BYE
CARRO
BYE
WHITE
CARROLL
NORDQUIST
WHITE
MATHEWS
HALL
WHITE
MARTINQ
MA THEWS
MARTINO
ROGERS
REYES
HALL
MEDINA
MATHEWS
GUARINO
GUARINO
BUTERA
REYES
BUTERA
REYES
HOWARD
BUTERA
LUAT
REYES
KELLY
BOLLMAN
BOLLMAN
D'IMPERIO
BOLLMAN
MEDIN
BYE
ROGERS
ROGER
BYE
HASHIMOTO
HASHI
BYE
LOUIE
LOUIE
BYE
BUTERA
BUTER
BYE
BOLLMAN
BOLLh
' BYE
ITO
-: ITO
BYE
MCCOY
-i
DOMINGUEZ
DAVENPORT
DOMINGUEZ
DAVENPORT
DOMINGUEZ
MC coy
BYE
BYE
H DICKS
DALPORTO
BYE
DALPORTO -I DALPC
CARTER
BYE
LABLANC
LABLfi
LABLANC
BYE
PLATIS
PLAT1
GOODALE
BYE
HUTCHINGS \ HUTCh
HUTCHINGS
BYE
BRIGHT
BRIGh
MEGIVERON
INCAF
MASCARENO MASO
MASCARENO
BYE
ALLEN
ALLEt
TUGWELL
BYE
CRANE
•{ CRAN
DOOLEY
BYE
DOOLEY
D00L£
RENK
DICKSON
CARTER
SIGEL
CARTER
CARTER
CARTER
CARTER
LABLANC
STRICKLAND
MASSEY
MEGIVERON
TUGWELL
SIGEL
SIGEL
TUGWELL
TUGWELL
ZIMMERMAN
HARRIS
SIGEL
DOOLEY
SIGEL
YATES
HARRIS
MCCREADY
^
SWANSON
GEILER
COSTANZA
SIGEL
COSTANZA
HARRIS
YATES
COSTANZA
BYE
H GEILL
BYE
YATEl
^
J CHART
Reno
round of play although in this particular case there are many byes. For example,
Mascareno defeated Hunter. This technique reduces the standard chart's height in
half while still displaying the results of the first round. All double elimination
flow charts in this publication employ this technique.
Men
BYE
BYE
VICKERY
BYE
BYE
GAUS
BYE
SHR'GAUST
BYE
! BYE
BYE
BRIENZA
BYE
BYE
(NO SHOW)
BYE
HUNTER
HUNTER
SAUNDERS
BYE
BYE
BYE
KWONG
BYE
BYE
BYE
BROWN
BYE
BYE
BYE
BADAMI
BYE
BYE
BYE
WRIGHT
BYE
BYE
\~BYT
CARROLL
BYE
BYE
WHITE
BYE
BYE
BYE
MEDINA
BYE
BYE
BYE
ROGERS
BYE
BYE
BYE
HASHIMOTO
BYE
BYE
BYE
LOUIE
BYE
BYE
WE~
BUTERA
BYE
BYE
BYE
BOLLMAN
WE
"BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE
BYE
MCCOY
BYE
BYE
BYE
DOMINGUEZ
BYE
BYE
BYE
DICKSON
BYE
BYE
~BYE
DALPORTO
BYE
BYE
BYE
LABLANC
BYE
BYE
BYE
PLATIS
BYE
BYE
BYE
HUTCHINGS
BYE
BYE
BYE
BRIGHT
BYE
INCARDONA
| INCARDONA
MASCARENO
BYE
BYE
ALLEN
BYE
BYE
BYE
CRANE
BYE
BYE
BYE
DQOLEY
BYE
BYE
GEILER
BYE
BYE
BYE
YATES
H
i
LHOTKA
YATES
NORDQUIST
GEILER
MA THEWS
DQOLEY
CRANE
STRICKLAND
DAVENPORT
MASCARENO
GUARINO
ALLEN
LUAT
BRIGHT
HUTCHINGS
SWAN50N
MCCREADY
PLATIS
LABLANC
FUTTERNICK
DALPORTO
NELSON
HARRIS
DICKSON
DOMINGUEZ
MATAYA
MCCOY
ZIMMERMAN
ITO
KELLY
SALAZAR
BOLLMAN
BUTERA
MEGIVERON
LOUIE
HOWARD
NOTTINGHAM
HASHIMOTO
TUGWELL
ROGERS
MEDINA
MASSEY
RENK
WHITE
CARROLL
HALL
CO STANZA
WRIGHT
D'IMPERIO
BADAMI
REYES
BROWN
KWONG
COLDER
SAUNDERS
SIGEL
(NO SHOW)
REMPE
BRIENZA
CARTER
SHREC'GAUS
MARTINO
VICKERY
GOODALE
LHOTKA
LHOTKA
NORDQUIST
LHOTKA
MATHEWS
STRICKLAND
STRICKLAND
SWANSON
DAVENPORT
DAVENPORT
GUARINO
SWANSON
LUAT
SWANSON
SWANSON
MCCREADY
MCCREADY
MCCREADY
ICK |
FUTTERNICK
MCCREADY
NELSON
HARRIS
HARRIS
MCCREADY
MATAYA
ZIWERMAN
ZIMMERMAN
KELLY
KELLY
KELLY
SALAZAR
REMPE
MEGIVERON
SIGEL
HOWARD
HOWARD
HOWARD
SIGEL
NOTTINGHAM
NOTTINGHAM
REMPE
TUGWELL
HOWARD
MASSEY
MASSEY
RENK
MASSEY
HALL
HALL
COSTANZA
REMPE
D'IMPERIO
REYES
REYES
SIGEL
COLDER
SIGEL
SIGEL
REMPE
REMPE
REMPE
CARTER
REMPE
MARTINO
MARTINO
GOODALE
J>
/£12
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Crane, Johnson
and Bell share
J
$50,000
A T L A N T I C
C I T Y ,
NJ
( 6 / 1 7 - 2 1 / 8 5 )
Resorts
I n t e r n a t i o n a l Casino-Hotel hosted
the y e a r ' s b i g g e s t event i n grand
s t y l e w h i l e sweetening the pot by
$50,000.
I n an extremely
well
orchestrated event, three
divis i o n s shared i n over $130,000.
Even before the tournament began,
qualifiers
were
held
allowing
p l a y e r s t o win free e n t r y i n t o the
main e v e n t . These m i n i ' s were w e l l
Men
NAME
PRIZE
1st Wade Crane
$30,000
2nd Buddy Hall
15,000
3rd- 4th
Earl Strickland
5,000
Joe Frady
5,000
5th- 8 th
Steve Mizerak
2,052
Bob Vanover
2,052
Bob Williams
2,052
Toby Sweet
2,052
9th- 16th
Steve Dobrowoski 1,026
Rudolfo Luat
1,026
Nick Varner
1,026
Mark Maryo
1,026
Dick Lane
1,026
Joe DiPietro
1,026
Mike Sigel
1,026
Danny DiLiberto
1,026
Seniors
NAME
1st Larry Johnson
2nd Bob Vanover
3rd-4th
Roy Trivett
Edgar White
5th-8th
Jack Colovita
Danny DiLiberto
Luther Lassiter
Mike LeBron
V.
PRIZE
NAME
17th-32nd
Jim Mataya
Rich Geiler
Ernesto Dominguez
Efren Reyes
Larry Johnson
Michael Xiarhos
Keith McCready
Jim Rempe
Dallas West
Darryl Osborne
Gary Pinkowski
Allen Hopkins
Marty Ciccia
Bob Hunter
Jay Swanson
Jack Ford
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
616
Women
PRIZE
$10,000
5,500
2,387
2,387
1,432
1,432
1,432
1,432
NAME
PRIZE
1st Robin Bell
$10,000
2nd Billie
Billing
3,750
3rd-4th
Peg Ledman
1,250
L.J. Ogonowski
1,250
5th-8th
Belinda Beardon
313
Sheryl Cohen
313
Gerri Titcomb
313
Jean Vallencourt
313
supported i n l i g h t of the main
e v e n t ' s $500.00 entrance f e e . The
tournament arena d i s p l a y e d twelve
Gaudy's w h i l e o n l y e i g h t matches
were scheduled each round.
The
e x t r a t a b l e s e l i m i n a t e d delays and
a l l matches were on schedule. A
p r a c t i c e room was f u r n i s h e d w i t h
s i x more Gandy's, another pleasant
surprise.
Men'8 D i v i s i o n
Wade Crane posted a 14-2 record
while
besting
Howard, Mathews,
F o r d , D i L i b e r t o , Bob Vanover, and
Frady. S t a t s were kept d u r i n g the
f i n a l s as Crane toppled Buddy H a l l
7 - 3 , 7-0 f o r the $30,000 f i r s t
p r i z e . During the l a s t s e t , Crane
broke and ran out s i x o f the seven
racks w h i l e s c o r i n g an i n c r e d i b l e
TPA o f 1.000.
This means t h a t he
never missed a s h o t , never missed
a k i c k , never scratched on the
break, never played a bad s a f e t y
and was never out of p o s i t i o n !
Senior'3 Division
" F i f t y " was the magic age t o enter
this division.
Of the t h i r t y - o n e
e n t r a n t s , s e v e r a l were capable of
winning both d i v i s i o n s , two of
which were i n the f i n a l s .
Larry
"Boston S h o r t y " Johnson edged Bob
Vanover 7 - 6 , 7-6 f o r the $10,000
first
prize.
Earlier,
Larry
d e f e a t e d Amadeo,
D i L i b e r t o , and White.
Flowers,
Women's D i v i s i o n
With t h i s
victory,
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Bell
added $10,000 t o her y e a r - t o - d a t e
w i n n i n g s . In a t w e n t y - f i v e p l a y e r
field,
Bell
defeated
Crimi,
D a v i t t , V a l l e n c o u r t , Ledman and
f i n a l l y B i l l i n g 7-4, 6-7, 7 - 1 .
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Atlantic City
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SCORES
Name
1
2
7
6
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J. Meyer
7
5
7
3
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M. Kingsley
7
3
7
2
7
2
7
4
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E.
7
1
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0
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E. Costa
7
6
7
5
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B. McGarrett
7
4
7
6
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N. Weathers
7
5
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2
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0. Ascolese
3
7
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B. Incardona
7
4
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7 4
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D. Howard
7
2
7
5
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A. Kiehle
7
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P. Fusco
6 7
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3
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M. Zowner
6
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T. Kwong
7
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E. Sheahan
4
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J. Marino
7
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V. Gatto
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M. Nicoloro
7
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C. DeValliere
7 7
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7
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E. White
7
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7
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5
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NORFOLK, YA ( 5 / 2 8 - 6 / 1 / 8 5 ) - A f t e r a week's r e s t , Mike S i g e l snapped o f f
Barry Behrman's annual Spring Open. S i g e l beat David Howard t w i c e 11-5,
and 11-4 from the l o s e r ' s side t o win the $3,000 f i r s t p r i z e .
Q-Master
B i l l i a r d s generously c o n t r i b u t e d $3,500 t o the $9,000 purse.
The
in-the-money r e s u l t s are as f o l l o w s :
Name
1 2
83) J. Frady
A. Hopkins
7 7
2 2
84) 5. Mizerak
J . Swanson
7 7
2 2
85) N. Varner
M. Xiarhos
7 7
0 3
86) B. Vanover
M. Ciccia
7 7
4 3
87) M. Sigel
J. Rempe
7 6 7
5 7 6
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J. Mataya
2
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J. Ford
7 7
1 5
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L. Johnson
7 7
2 1
91) B. Williams
D. West
5 7 7
7 5 6
92) E. Strickland
E. Reyes
7 7
1 6
93) D. Lane
B. Hunter
7 7
4 2
94) T. Sweet
G. Pinkowski
7 7
4 4
95) S. Dobrowolski
K. McCready
7 7
5 6
96) B. Hall
D. Osborne
7 7
4 4
97) R. Luat
E. Dominguez
7 7
3 5
98) J. Frady
J. DiPietro
7 5 7
17
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103) E. Strickland
D. Lane
99) S. Mizerak
N. Varner
7 7
4 3
100) B. Vanover
M. Sigel
7 7
5 6
NAME
PRIZE
$3,000
2,000
1,000
1st Mike Sigel
2nd David Howard
3rd Dave Bollman
4th Wade Crane
800
NAME
1st
Buddy Hall
$4,000
2nd Earl Strickland
2,000
3rd Dave Bollman
1,500
4th Chris MacDonald 1,000
5th-6th
Kim Davenport
650
Rudolfo Luat
650
600
600
500
500
NAME
PRIZE
7th-8th
David Howard
Denny Searcy
9th-12th
Charlie
Brinson
James McCrary
Efren Reyes
Toby Sweet
525
525
100
100
100
100
How To Shoot 1.000
At Resorts, Wade Crane defeated Buddy Hall 7-0 for the
$30,000 first prize. Here is the rack by rack replay.
#1: Crane broke and ran out. #6: Crane made a ball on the
break, then kicked. Hall
#2: Crane broke and ran out.
missed an easy one ball.
#3: Crane broke and ran out.
#4: Crane broke in the nine.
Crane ran out.
#5: Crane broke and ran out. #7: Crane broke and ran out.
Name
104) T. Sweet
4
S. Dobrowolski 7
7
0
7
6
7 7
6 4
105) B. Hall
R. Luat
4
7
7
1
101) W. Crane
D. DiLiberto
7 7
5 5
106) J. Frady
S. Mizerak
7
5
7
4
102) B. Williams
M. Maryo
4
7
107) W. Crane
B. Vanover
7 6 7
3 7 4
Call:
5th-6th
Don Polo
Earl
Strickland
7th-8th
Allen Hopkins
Joe Root
PRIZE
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side to win the $4,000 p r i z e . The in-the-money r e s u l t s are as f o l l o w s :
2
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pocket
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3
1 2
Name
108) E. Strickland
B. Williams
7 7
3 4
7
4
109) B. Hall
J. Sweet
7 7
1 5
7
4
110) W. Crane
J. Frady
7 7
6 4
111) B. Hall
E. Strickland
7 7
3 3
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B. Hall
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In
the best
from
played match o f
page
3)
the tournament, Buddy
H a l l (.918) defeated Howard Vickery (.937) 9 - 8 .
Vol. 1. No. 4 - Sands Regent Open
Mike Sigel (.901) zaps J r . Harria (.737) 9 - 0 .
Patrick Fleming
Julie Hunter
Fran McKee
Sam Jasper
Lynn Maddox
Dianne Mathews
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Scorekeepers
T r a i l i n g 4 - 8 , K e i t h McCready (.886)
turned i t on to
defeat Jay Swanson (.905) 9 - 8 .
For " a l l the cheese", Mike S i g e l
(.941)
puts
together the best played session o f the tournament
w h i l e d e f e a t i n g Jin Rempe (.833) 8 - 2 .
Sands Regent Open Tournament Staff:
Host
The Sands Regent Hotel
Co-Promoters
Gene Stary
Tournament Director
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Flow Chart Manager
Asst. Flow Chart Manager
Mickey Peel
Doug Klisch
Geri Klisch
Joe Murphy
Hank Pericle
Balukas Shoots .956
G e n e r a l l y , we l i m i t our tournament
men's d i v i s i o n . However, we have had
women's tournaments i n the past so
idea o f how w e l l lady nine b a i l e r s
cases a good woman's score i s i n
o c c a s i o n a l l y we witness an .800.
coverage to
occasion t o
we have a
play.
In
the .700's
the
stat
good
most
and
I n the two out o f three set f i n a l s at the Sands
Regent Open, Jean Balukas beat Mary Kenniston 7 - 1 ,
7 - 1 and posted a .911 and a .956. The .956 i n c i d e n t a l l y was the h i g h s i n g l e session TPA o f both the
women's and men's d i v i s i o n s .
I f we combine the two
s e t s f o r a race t o 14, Jean averages . 9 2 3 . Quite an
accomplishment, and documented!
A c c u - S t a t s ' present p o l i c y f o r s t a t i s t i c a l coverage
o f a 9 - b a l l event has these minimums:
4 i f x 9' Table
$20,000 Purse
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Nick
Hopkins,
Allen
Luat,
Rudolfo
Sweet,
Toby
Williams,
Bob
Carter,
Jeff
Lane,
Dick
Maryo,
Mark
Rempe,
Jim
Harris,
Jr.
Hubbart,
Larry
McCready,
Keith
DiLiberto,
Danny
Howard,
David
Davenport,
Kim
If
SESSIONS =
WON LOST
PCT
#
3 6 - 7
1 6 - 4
39 - 11
10 3
9 - 3
29-10
11 - 4
1 0 - 4
1 0 - 4
27 - 11
9 - 4
1 1 - 5
8 - 4
1 5 - 8
18 - 10
9 - 5
9 - 5
9 - 5
1 6 - 9
7 - 4
7 - 4
1 3 - 8
16 - 10
16 - 10
15 - 10
.837
.800
.780
.769
.750
. 744
.733
.714
.714
.711
.692
.688
.667
.652
.643
.643
.643
.643
.640
.636
.636
.619
.615
.615
.600
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37:
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
9)
LOST
WON
NAME
Massey,
Mike
Gulyassy,
Mike
Mataya,
Jim
Coleman,
Tony
Dominguez,
Ernes to
Garrison,
Rick
Hodges,
Jimmy
Johnson,
Bob
Swanson,
Jay
Bollman,
Dave
Mathews,
Grady
Brown,
Tom
Favor,
Dave
Flores,
Romero
LaBlanc,
Robert
Nelson,
Larry
Nordquist,
Darre.li
Vickery,
Howard
Hunter,
Bob
Geiler,
Rich
Martin,
Ray
Jones,
Sammy
Pinkowski,
Gary
Medina,
Danny
Brienza,
Paul
15
12
12
6
- 10
8
8
4
6
6
6
6
17
14
13
5
5
5
5
7
7
12
12
6
7
4
4
5
4
-
PCT
.600
.600
.600
.600
.600
.600
.600
.600
.586
.583
.565
.556
.556
.556
.556
.538
.538
.522
.500
.500
.467
4
4
4
4
12
10
10
4
4
4
4
6
6
11
12
6
8
5
5
8
8
.444
.444
.385
.333
Sessions Decided By One G a.m*
(MINIMUM
*
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
NAME
Hall,
Buddy
Rhodes,
David
DiLiberto,
Danny
Massey,
Mike
Williams,
Bob
Strickland,
Earl
Crane,
Wade
Dobrowolski,
Steve
Nordquist,
Darrell
McCready,
Keith
Hopkins,
Allen
LeBron,
Mike
Reid,
Jimmy
Sweet,
Toby
WON LOST
5
4
3
3
3
5
4
3
3
4
2
2
2
2
- 0
- 0
- 0
- 0
- 0
- 1
- 1
- 1
- 1
- 2
- 1
- 1
- 1
- 1
SESSIONS =
PCT
#
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.833
.800
.750
.750
.667
.667
.667
.667
.667
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
3)
NAME
WON LOST
2
3
3
2
2
2
1
Vanover,
Bob
Rempe,
Jim
Sigel,
Mike
Bollman,
Dave
Mataya,
Jim
Reyes,
Efren
Howard,
David
Kelly,
Ed
Swanson,
Jay
Yates,
Gene
Davenport,
Kim
Vickery,
Howard
Mathews,
Grady
Brienza,
Paul
-
1 1 1 2 1 0 0 -
1
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
4
3
5
PCT
.667
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.333
.333
.333
.333
.286
.200
.000
.000
ACCU-FACT
RENO: Of the 129 sessions,
and there
were 19
ATLANTIC CITY: Of th e 259
were
shutouts.
L
28 were
.900's.
sessions,
decided
42
were
by one
decided
game,
2 were
by one
shutouts,
game,
an d
16
J
r
19^
DEFINITIONS
ABBREVIATIONS
BPA - Break Performance Average
KPA - Kick Performance Average
SPA - Safety Performance Average
TPA - Total Performance Average
TERMS & EXPRESSIONS
ACCU-STATS AVERAGE - Same as TPA or
TOTAL PERFORMANCE AVERAGE
BALLS MADE - Total balls pocketed
BREAK - The 9-ball break shot
ERROR - Any miss, scratch on the break,
bad kick, bad safety, or bad
position (see ERROR category)
GAME - One completed 9-ball rack
GOOD BREAK - A break shot in which a
ball is made without scratching
GOOD KICK - A kick which results in a
"good hit" (even if the cue ball
scratches afterwards)
GOOD SAFETY - A safety after which the
opponent fails to pocket a ball
(excluding kick-ins)
KICK - A shot in which a player attempts
to hit a ball that cannot be "seen"
and requires either a rail first,
masse1 or jump shot to complete
MAKEABLE SHOT - A shot that is as easy
or easier than a spot shot
OPPORTUNITY - Exists when a player makes
an attempt to run out by pocketing
at least one ball or approaching
the table with a makeable shot
POINTS - Number of balls pocketed
POSITION ERROR - Same as BAD POSITION
RUN OUT - Occurs any time the 9-ball is
pocketed
SAFETY - A shot in which a player's
primary concern is defense
SESSION - A race to a specified number
of games
SHOTS MISSED - See MISS
SNOOKERED - A condition that exists when
a player is unable to "see" the
lowest ball on the table
BAD
KICK - Occurs when a player
attempts, but fails to make a good
hit after being snookered
BAD SAFETY - Occurs when a player's
opponent pockets a ball immediately
after a safety (excluding kick-ins)
BAD POSITION - Occurs when inadequate
position causes a player to leave
the table (excluding immediately
after the break shot)
STATISTICAL RANKINGS
BREAK PERFORMANCE AVERAGE - Reflects a
player's ability to make a ball on
the break without scratching
KICK PERFORMANCE AVERAGE - Reflects a
player's ability to make a good hit
when snookered
RUN OUT OPPORTUNITIES - Reflects a
player's ability to run out the
rack after pocketing at least one
ball or approaching the table with
a makeable shot
SAFETY PERFORMANCE AVERAGE - Reflects a
player's ability to play a safety
which prevents his opponent from
pocketing a ball
TOTAL PERFORMANCE AVERAGE - A player's
"batting average", considered are
balls pocketed and errors
CALCULATIONS
BREAK PERFORMANCE AVERAGE OR BPA:
Good breaks/Total breaks
KICK PERFORMANCE AVERAGE OR KPA:
Good kicks/Total kicks
MISSES PER 100 BALLS
POCKETED:
(Misses x 100)/Balls pocketed
POSITION
ERRORS PER 100 BALLS
(Position
Pocketed
RUN OUT
errors
x
POCKETED:
100)/Balls
OPPORTUNITIES:
Run outs/Opportunities
RUN OUTS FROM THE BREAK:
Run outs from break/Breaks
ERRORS
MISS - Occurs when a player's primary
concern is to pocket a ball that
can be "seen", but fails to do so
and is forced to leave the table
SCRATCH ON THE BREAK - Occurs when a
player scratches on the break,
regardless of whether a ball is
pocketed or not
.v
SAFETY PERFORMANCE AVERAGE OR SPA:
Good safeties/Total safeties
SCRATCH ON THE BREAK:
(Scratches on break x 100)/Breaks
TOT/IL PERFORMANCE AVERAGE OR TPA:
Balls pocketed/(Balls
Errors)
pocketed
+
J.
ACCU-STATS
Bulk Rate
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MAJOR TOURNAMENT RESULTS
In
Name
Crane, Wade
Strickland,
Earl
Hall, Buddy
Reyes, Efren
Sigel, Mike
McCready, Keith
Rempe, Jim
Howard, David
Williams, Bob
Frady, Joe
Swanson, Jay
Gulyassy, Mike
Hopkins, Allen
Reid, Jimmy
Sweet, Toby
DiLiberto, Danny
Massey, Mike
Davenport, Kim
Mizerak, Steve
Vanover, Bob
Dobrowolski, 5.
Carter, Jeff
Varner, Nick
Hubbart, Larry
Hunter, Bob
Lane, Dick
Hodges, Jimmy
Bollman, Dave
Vickery, Howard
Lemke, Louie
Hensen, David
Mataya, Jim
Maryo, Mark
Luat, Rudolfo
DiPietro,
Joseph
Rhodes, Dave
Weaver, Dick
Sell,
Blaine
Harris,
Jr.
Kelly, Ed
Lhotka, Pete
Mathews, Grady
Martin, Ray
Coleman, Tony
Garrison, Rick
Events
5
5
5
3
5
4
4
5
4
2
5
4
2
2
3
4
5
5
2
1
2
2
2
2
5
2
2
5
5
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
4
2
2
(MINIMUM = $750 WINNINGS)
YTD$
Sessions
Money
Winnings
Won Lost
4
5
5
J
4
J
J
4
J
1
4
J
2
2
J
4
4
J
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
38500.00
25300.00
23250.00
12666.00
11976.00
10616.00
7816.00
6950.00
5952.00
5000.00
4566.00
3680.00
3616.00
3400.00
3002.00
2976.00
2430.00
2350.00
2052.00
2052.00
1776.00
1730.00
1726.00
1700.00
1616.00
1526.00
1500.00
1480.00
1230.00
1200.00
1200.00
1166.00
1026.00
1026.00
1026.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
980.00
880.00
800.00
750.00
29
36
39
16
27
13
16
16
18
10
17
12
11
10
15
16
15
15
10
9
11
9
9
7
12
9
6
14
12
4
3
12
9
8
5
6
5
3
7
4
3
13
7
6
6
2
2
2
-
10
7
11
4
11
8
9
10
10
3
12
8
5
4
8
10
10
10
4
3
4
5
4
4
12
5
4
10
11
2
2
8
5
4
3
2
2
2
4
4
2
10
8
4
4
HOUSTON OHIO RHMD KY
2
J
7-8
1
25-32
97-108
9-12
25-32
5-6
•
65-96
4
5-6
1
2
7-8
1
9-12
•
m
9-12
•
•
9-12
3
•
9-12
5-6
17-24
2
17-24
3
49-57
•
•
•
•
5-6
•
•
9-12
25-32
7-8
9-12
17-24
7-8
13-16
•
•
33-48
65-96
9-12
9-12
65-96
5-6
•
9-12
13-16
7-8
•
25-32
7-8
33-48
•
*
4
17-24
33-48
33-48
9-12
9-12
A.C,
2
3-4
2
17-32
9-16
17-32
17-32
65-114
5-8
3-4
17-32
33-64
17-32
•
9-12
*
17-24
17-24
13-16
25-32
49-64
17-24
4
7-8
1
3
2
5-6
•
5-6
25-32
4
5-6
13-16
13-16
25-32
49-57
17-24
i
RENO
5-8
9-16
33-64
65-114
5-8
5-8
9-16
33-64
9-16
•
49-64
17-J2
9-16
•
17-24
17-24
33-64
33-64
•
•
•
•
•
25-32
25-32
•
•
•
•
17-32
9-16
9-16
9-16
•
•
•
•
•
m
13-16
13-16
13-16
33-48
13-16
33-48
•
•
•
33-48
•
1
•
25-32
17-24
25-32
33-48
13-16
7-8
17-24
33-48
13-16
25--32
•
•
9-12
9-12
9-12
17-24
•
•
•
m
33-64
33-64
•
•
•
•

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