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A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9
A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9-BALL POCKET BILLIARDS
(201)838-7089
Oct. 19-Nov. 10,1985
Vol. 1, No. 8
Jimmy
Triumphs
at
NORFOLKFloridian Jimmy Reid outrivaled the superstar field with a 6-1 record
during the prestigious 10th Annual U.S. Open. In races to eleven, Reid defeated
Hunter (10), Bollman (0), Mathews (8), Crane (3), LeBron (6), lost to LeBron (4), and
then defeated LeBron (5) for the U.S. Open title and $7,800 first prize. Q-Master
Billiards played host to fifty men and twenty women in the double elimination events.
5*
THE Wth ANNUAL U.S. OPEN
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA
November 1-W, 1985
„
FINAL STANDINGS
Men:
#
NAME
AVG.
1st Jimmy Reid
2nd Mike LeBron
3rd Efren
Reyes
4th Wade Crane
5th-6th
Earl
Strickland
Mike Sigel
7th-8th
Keith
McCready
Don Polo
9th-12th
Jose Parica
Grady Mathews
Kim Davenport
Jr. Harris
13th-16th
Allen
Hopkins
Danny Medina
Howard Vickery
Dave Bollman
17th-24th
Buddy Hall
Steve Mizerak
Jim Rempe
Mike Gulyassy
Louie
Lemke
Danny Jones
Danny DiLiberto
Bob Opsahl
PRIZE
#
(.861)
(.861)
(.879)
(.846)
$7,800
3,900
1,950
1,200
(.865)
(.845)
780
780
(.831)
(.812)
550
550
25th-32nd
George Brunt
David Howard
Larry
Lisciotti
Joe Rocha
John Brinkley
Dan Christian
Pete Tascarella
Tom Brown
33rd-48th
Bob Williams
Bob Hunter
Paul Brienza
Ralph Curry
Harvey Mason
CM Lee
Jim Cattrano
Luther
Lassiter
Dave Favor
Roy Trivett
Dave Palmer
Nick Mannino
Charlie
Brinson
Guido Orlandi
John Barnshaw
JM Flowers
49th-50th
Pat Fleming
Woody Woodhouse
(.854)
(.839)
(.795)
(.795)
465
465
465
465
(.839)
(.832)
(.810)
(.790)
390
390
390
390
(.865)
(.854)
(.852)
(.835)
(.827)
(.805)
(.798)
(.712)
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
Women: (in the
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
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NAME
PRIZE
Belinda Beardon
Ewa Mataya
LJ Ogonowski
Bonnie Hoffman
$2,000
1,200
800
600
NAME
AVG.
(
(
(
(
(
(
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(
.824)
.795)
. 795)
.786)
.738)
.732)
.721)
.720)
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.827)
.814)
.779)
.779)
.760)
.740)
.734)
. 705)
.690)
.687)
.686)
.676)
.664)
.658)
.620)
.609)
( .775)
( .611)
money)
NAME
PRIZE
5th-6th
Sabra MacArthur
Debbie Smith
400
400
PRIZE
NAME
7th-8th
Laura Smith
Geraldine Titcomb
300
300
ACCU-FACT
W i t h two m a j o r 9 - b a l l e v e n t s y e t t o p l a y , 133 p l a y e r s have s h a r e d $ 3 8 0 , 2 4 2 . 00 i n
p r i z e money.
Of t h i s t o t a l , t h e t o p t e n p a i d p l a y e r s r e c e i v e d 2 3 3 , 7 5 3 . 0 0 . L a s t
y e a r ' s t o t a l p a y o f f f o r m a j o r 9 - b a l l t o u r n a m e n t s was $ 4 3 3 , 5 1 2 . 0 0 .
Of t h e 331 p l a y e r s who have p l a y e d i n m a j o r 9 - b a l l
won more s e s s i o n s t h a n the\y l o s t .
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events
this year,
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Reid Saves Best for Last
The Longest Running Major Tournament
On November 5, 1985, f i f t y o f the best pool p l a y e r s
in the w o r l d assembled a t Barry Behrman ! s Q-Master
B i l l i a r d s i n N o r f o l k , V i r g i n i a t o compete i n The
10th Annual U.S. Open. Each p a i d $300 f o r the chance
to c l a i m a share o f the $22,810 purse. As w e l l as
promoting and h o s t i n g the e v e n t , Barry Behrman added
$7,800 t o the men's entrance fees and kept Q-Master
open 24 hours a day.
Notable
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But,
before
t h e tournament
began,
some
very
important business had t o be taken care o f . At the
p l a y e r ' s meeting, s e v e r a l issues were voted on which
r e s u l t e d i n the l e n g t h e n i n g o f the sessions from t e n
t o eleven games and t h e o u t l a w i n g o f the s h o r t jump
cue.
By popular demand, the p l a y e r s chose t o rack
themselves, w i t h the exception o f the f i n a l s i n
which the referee would rack t h e b a l l s . OK, on w i t h
the tournament!
(continued on page 10)
Matches
"Notable Matches" has become a very popular segment of Accu-Stats. Here, we review
matches worthy of note. The number in parentheses is the player's TPA for thst session.
In a first round match, Earl Strickland (.945) got
off to a good start by drubbing Danny Medina
(.313) 11-0. Earl held Medina to pocketing just
five balls for the entire session.
In another first round contest, Efren Reyes (.864)
proved to be more than a match for Woody Woodhouse
(.525) as he chalked up his third shutout of the
year.
What a finish!
John Brinkley (.780) took a
commanding lead, 10-5, over Ralph Curry (.805).
Although Curry had missed nine shots already, he
would miss no more. He made his drive and closed
the gap applying unneeded pressure to Brinkley. At
10-10, with three bslls on the table, Brinkley
missed an easy shot setting the stage for a Curry
victory. Curry ran the last three balls without a
hitch. The crowd applauded, Brinkley and Curry
approached each other for the customary post game
handshake, but wait...the cue ball did not stop
rolling yet and may scratch in the side pocket.
The handshake was put on hold for just one more
second as everyone watched the cue ball disappear.
The players completed the handshake but for
different reasons, Brinkley 11, Curry 10.
While defeating Pete Taacarella (.618) 11-4, Louie
Leake (.861) caught a stroke and ran forty-three
consecutive balls without leaving the table.
In another hard-to-believe shutout, Jinny Reid
(.901) crushed Dave Bollnan (.500) 11-0.
Steve Mizerak (.892) came out second best in one
of the best played matches of the tournament.
Howard Vickery (.912) was trailing 8-10 with
Mizerak breaking. Mizerak didn't make anything on
the break and Vickery proceeded to run the next
three racks which included a kick-in during the
case game!
Although Don Polo (.843) pocketed 102 balls and
Danny DiLiberto (.746) pocketed just 53, Polo just
barely edged out DiLiberto 11-10.
In the best played match by both players, Earl
Strickland (.902) fell victim to Efren Reyes
(.927). Both players pocketed a total of 176 balls
and missed just two shots apiece.
Mike LeBron (.830) and Efren Reyes (.841) won the
Most Exciting Session Award.
With only three
players left in the tournament, Reyes jumped ahead
of LeBron 5-2. LeBron then never missed a shot as
he took the lead 10-6. (Now the fun began.) At
10-6, it appeared that LeBron was running out but
miscued! New score: 10-7. It now appeared that
LeBron was running out again but missed a very
easy shot. New score: 10-8. Once again, it
appeared that LeBron was running out but hooked
(continued on psge 13)
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fl Scores
Name
Score
Avg.
11
4
(.786)
(.629)
2) W. Crane
R. Curry
11
7
(.841)
(.741)
3) D. Howard
P. Tascarella
11
3
11
10
(.870)
(.595)
(.820)
(.795)
11
2
11
8
(.833)
(.632)
(.828)
(.787)
11
7
(.888)
(.700)
8) R. Trivett
L. Lassiter
11
(.734)
4
(.600)
9)
11
8
(.774)
(.744)
11
10
(.765)
(.769)
11
9
(.839)
(.737)
1)
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J. Cattrano
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4) K. Davenport
L. Lemke
5) A. Hopkins
N. Mannino
6) B. Hunter
S. Mizerak
7) G. Mathews
C. Brinson
J.
P.
10) D.
B.
11)
Harris
Fleming
Christian
Opsahl
D. Polo
T. Brown
£
Name
12) M. LeBron
G. Brunt
13) B. Hall
B. Williams
14) E. Strickland
D. Medina
15) M. Gulyassy
D. Favor
16) J. Brinkley
D. Palmer
17) D. Jones
G. Orlandi
18) E. Reyes
W. Woodhouse
19) L.
P.
20) G.
W.
21) J.
D.
22) W.
J.
Score
11
7
11
9
11
0
11
5
11
7
11
8
Averages
Avg.
(.819)
(.810)
(.850)
(.841)
(.945;
(.313)
(.862)
742)
(
744)
(
642)
(
802)
(
647)
(
11 (.864)
0 (.525)
Lassiter
11 ( 787)
Fleming
7 ( 797)
Orlandi
11 (.736)
Woodhouse 5 (.658)
Rempe
11 ( 859)
DiLiberto
4 ( 719)
Crane
11 (.814)
9
796
Rocha
Name
23) H. Vickery
D. Howard
^
Score
Avg.
11
8
(.847)
(.765)
24) K. Davenport
P. Brienza
11
10
(.744)
(.728)
25) D. Bollman
11 (.835)
10 (.813)
11 (.828)
10 (.825)
11 (.817)
3 (.596)
11 (.906;
2 (.667)
11 (.896)
3 (.609)
A.
26) J.
B.
Hopkins
Reid
Hunter
27) G. Mathews
JM Flowers
28) J.
R.
29) M.
D.
30) D.
J.
Harris
Trivett
Sigel
Christian
Polo
Parica
31) M. LeBron
CM Lee
32) B. Hall
L.
Lisciotti
11
6
(.835)
(.753)
11 (.899)
5 (.738)
11 (.922
3 (.822)
(continued on page 10)
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Rankings
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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 sre the overall tournament averages for each contestant.
# NAME
1. Efren Reyes
2. Buddy Hall
Strickland
3. Earl
4. Jimmy Reid
5. Mike LeBron
6. Steve Mizerak
7. Jose Parica
8. Jim Rempe
9. Wade Crane
10. Mike Sigel
11. Grady Mathews
12. Allen Hopkins
13. Mike Gulyassy
14. Danny Medina
15. Keith McCready
16. Louie Lemke
17. Bob Williams
TPA
.879
.865
.865
.861
.861
.854
.854
.852
.846
.845
.839
.839
.835
.832
.831
.827
.827
NAME
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
George Brunt
Bob Hunter
Don Polo
Howard Vickery
Danny Jones
Danny
DiLiberto
David Howard
Kim Davenport
Larry
Lisciotti
Jr.
Harris
Dave Bollman
Joe Rocha
Paul Brienza
Ralph Curry
Pat Fleming
Harvey Mason
CM Lee
TPA
.824
.814
.812
.810
.805
.798
.795
.795
.795
.795
.790
.786
.779
.779
.775
.760
.740
#
NAME
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
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50.
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Jim Cattrano
Dan
Christian
Pete
Tascarella
Tom Brown
Bob Opsahl
Luther
Lassiter
Dave Favor
Roy Trivett
Dave Palmer
Nick Mannino
Charlie
Brinson
Guido Orlandi
John Barnshaw
Woody Woodhouse
JM Flowers
TPA
.738
.734
.732
.721
.720
.712
.705
.690
.687
.686
.676
.664
.658
.620
.611
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The bold center l i n e separates the winner's
bracket from the l o s e r ' s bracket. The names bordering the center l i n e are the
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The tournament arena featured three tight pocketed
Gold Crowns with bleacher seating for about 200
spectators. The director and producer of "The Color
of Money", which is the sequel to "The Hustler",
along with star Tom Cruise were in attendance. They
came to meet players and experience a genuine
tournament.
Accu-Stats was on hand "sweating" matches and
showing off its new LED message display. After 1,696
racks and 13,675 balls pocketed, the results were
in. The U.S. Open produced fourteen "wire" matches,
three shutouts, and twenty .900 TPA's. Honorable
mention goes to Efren Reyes who continues to play
exceptional
9-ball by posting
the high TPA
tournament average of .879 which included five of
the tournament's twenty .900's.
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Jimmy Reid nearly lost his first match just edging
Bob Hunter 11-10. He then trounced Dave Boilman 11-0
and continued his winning ways with Mathews, Crane,
and LeBron until LeBron came back from the loser's
bracket to avenge the previous loss. LeBron did win
the first match but needed another win to clinch the
(continued on page 13)
Scones
Name
Score
Avg.
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Averages
Score
Avg.
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Name
Score
Avg.
33) E. Strickland
J. Barnshaw
11 (.823)
4 (.586)
38) J. Brinkley
R. Curry
11
10
(.780)
(.805)
43)
J. Parica
C. Br inson
11
4
(.890)
(.632)
34) M. Gulyassy
H. Mason
11 (.888)
5 (.746)
39) P. Tascarella
H. Mason
11
10
(.820)
(.769)
44 J D. Christian
L. Lassiter
11
7
(.791)
(.707)
35) K. McCready
J.
Brinkley
11 (.810)
6 (.741)
40) L. Lemke
J. Barnshaw
11
3
(.820)
(.648)
45) B. Opsahl
R.
Trivett
11
6
(.670)
(.657)
36) E. Reyes
D. Jones
11 (.931;
4 (.783)
41) L.
Lisciotti
N. Mannino
11
9
(.791)
(.709)
46) T. Brown
JM Flowers
11
6
(.701)
(.615)
37) D. Jones
J. Cattrano
11
9
42) S. Mizerak
CM Lee
11
(.837)
11 r.924J
4
(.741)
47) G. Brunt
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Name
Score AVQ.
48) A. Hopkins
B. Williams
11 (.848)
9 (.814)
49) D. Medina
P. Brienza
11 (.920;
7 (.848)
50) D. Howard
D. Favor
11 (.787)
4 (.628)
51) J. Rocha
D. Palmer
11 (.836)
7 (.731)
52) D. DiLiberto
G. Orlandi
11 (.835)
2 (.559)
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J. Brinkley
11 (.856)
5 (.651)
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11 (.861)
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L. Lisciotti
11 (.890)
7 (.783)
56) J. Pari ca
D. Christian
11 (.843)
5 (.672)
57) B. Opsahl
T. Brown
11 (.766)
7 (.723)
58) A. Hopkins
G. Brunt
11 (.833)
9 (.740)
59) D. Medina
D. Howard
11 (.852)
3 (.740)
60) D. DiLiberto
J. Rocha
11 (.865)
2 (.678)
61) W. Crane
J. Rempe
11 (.892)
7 (.851)
62) K. Davenport
H. Vickery
11 (.865)
4 (.622)
63) J. Reid
D. Bollman
11 f .901;
0 (.500)
64) G. Mathews
J. Harris
11 (.854)
10 (.725)
65) M. Sigel
D. Polo
11 (.839)
4 (.653)
66) M. LeBron
B. Hall
11 (.872)
9 (.848)
67) E. Strickland
M. Gulyassy
11 (.862)
8 (.851)
68) K. McCready
E. Reyes
11 I(.881)
7 i(.800)
69) J. Harris
D. Jones
1 1 i(.832)
8 i(.765)
70) D. Bollman
L. Lemke
71) H. Vickery
S. Mizerak
72) J. Parica
J. Rempe
73) E. Reyes
B. Opsahl
11
9
11
10
11
10
11
1
(.826)
(.820)
(.912J
(.892)
C900J
(.847)
(.851)
(.484)
74) A.
M.
75) D.
B.
76) D.
D.
77) J.
D.
Hopkins
Gulyassy
Medina
Hall
Polo
DiLiberto
Harris
Bollman
11 (.912)
7 (.725J
11 (.795)
10 (.844)
11 (.843)
10 (.746)
11 (.778)
6 (.784)
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Performance
Rankings
TOTAL PERFORMANCE
#
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
'->.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
KICK PERFORMANCE
(MINIMUM KICKS = 15)
BALLS
MADE ERRORS
GAMES
USOpen
TPA
#
NAME
GAMES
KICKS
GOOD KPA
E f r e n Reyes
162
854
118
.879 1- J o s e P a r i c a
102
30
Buddy H a l l
75
327
51
. 8 6 5 2 . Ralph C u r r y
39
17
Earl Strickland
98
435
68
.865 3 . Jimmy Reid
113
31
Jimmy Reid
113
571
92
.861 4 . Steve Mizerak
73
17
Mike LeBron
157
643
104
.861 5. E a r l S t r i c k l a n d
98
25
S t e v e Mizerak
73
340
58
.854 6. Buddy H a l l
75
23
Jose Parica
102
438
75
.854 7. Dave Bollman
69
23
Jim Rempe
54
213
37
.852 8. Nick Mannino
32
15
Wade Crane
116
493
90
.846 9 . E f r e n Reyes
162
42
Mike S i g e l
98
443
81
.845 10. Wade Crane
116
35
( U . S . Open Tournament Average = . 8 0 3 )
( U . S . Open Tournament Average •
BREAK PERFORMANCE
30 1.000
16 . 9 4 1
29
.935
15 .882
22
.880
20 . 8 7 0
20
.870
13 .867
36
.857
30
.857
.784)
;
RUN OUT OPPORTUNITIES
(MINIMUM BREAKS=20)
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
BREAK BALL MADE
GAMES SHOTS W/0 SCR. BPA
Jr. Harris
108
60
43
.717
John B r i n k l e y
72
35
25
.714
Jimmy Reid
113
69
48
.696
David Howard
62
33
22
.667
Dave Bollman
69
27
18
.667
Steve Mizerak
73
38
24
.632
Wade Crane
116
60
37
.617
Howard V i c k e r y
73
33
19
.576
K e i t h McCready
81
41
23
.561
E f r e n Reyes
162
104
57
.548
( U . S . Open Tournament Average = . 5 2 9 )
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
POCKETED)
BALLS
MADE
PCT.
E f r e n Reyes
152
103
67.8
Earl Strickland
80
54
67.5
Jim Rempe
41
27
65.9
Steve Mizerak
62
40
64.5
Mike G u l y a s s y
58
37
63.8
Danny Medina
69
43
62.3
Jimmy Reid
113
70
61.9
Mike LeBron
135
83
61.5
Mike S i g e l
93
57
61.3
Buddy H a l l
67
41
61.2
( U . S . Open Tournament Average = 5 2 . 8 )
SHOTS
MISSED
Efren Reyes
854
51
Mike LeBron
643
40
Buddy H a l l
327
21
Steve Mizerak
340
22
Jim Rempe
213
14
A l l e n Hopkins
484
33
Jimmy Reid
571
41
Mike S i g e l
443
33
Wade Crane
493
37
Earl Strickland
435
34
( U . S . Open Tournament Average •
(PER 100 BALLS POCKETED)
AVG
#
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.8
7.2
7.4
7.5
7.8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.1)
U. S. OPEN
Ball made on the break: 58*
Nine ball made on the break: 1.855
Scratch on the break: 9.355
Scratch while going for position: 1.855
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RUN
OUTS
POSITION ERRORS
MISSES
(PER 100 BALLS
NAME
0PP0RTUNITIES
NAME
BALLS
MADE
POSITION
ERRORS
Grady Mathews
375
16
Earl Strickland
435
19
Mike G u l y a s s y
274
12
E f r e n Reyes
854
38
Bob W i l l i a m s
153
7
J i m Rempe
213
10
Steve Mizerak
340
16
George Brunt
220
11
Danny Medina
312
16
Mike LeBron
643
33
( U . S . Open Tournament Average •
AVG
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.6
4.7
4.7
5.0
5.1
5.1
7.5)
Averages
Run out from the break: 1755
Run out after making a ball on the break: 32.%
Run out with ball in hand: 6355
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Vol. 1, No. 8 - The 10th Annual U.S. Open
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Men'8 Finals
Mike LeBron and Jimmy Reid both had one l o s s and
n e c e s s i t a t e d one more session t o determine the 1985
U.S. Open champion.
The session began w i t h each
p l a y e r t a k i n g advantage o f every m i s t a k e .
For
i n s t a n c e , i f LeBron missed a s h o t , Reid ran o u t . I f
Reid s c r a t c h e d , LeBron ran o u t . The neck-and-neck
race continued i n t h i s manner u n t i l t h e score was
5-5.
Then, a f t e r Reid f a i l e d t o make a b a l l on the
break, LeBron ran the f i r s t s i x b a l l s and missed a
bank.
I t would be h i s l a s t t u r n a t the t a b l e f o r
Reid ran the remaining b a l l s o f t h a t rack and then
f o r the grand f i n a l e , broke and ran out the l a s t
f i v e racks f o r an 11-5 deserving w i n !
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Belinda Wins Again
Q-Master B i l l i a r d s added $2,000 t o the women's
d i v i s i o n o f the U.S. Open which was h e l d p r i o r t o
the men's event, November 1-3, 1985. Twenty women
competed f o r the $6,000 purse w i t h Belinda Campos
Beardon backing up her WPBA Championship w i n w i t h a
U.S. Open w i n . Beardon t h i s time went u n d e f e a t e d .
Matches
(continued from page 3)
himself and tried a masse1. New score: 10-9. Reyes
then made the 9-ball on the break! New score:
10-10. Reyes didn't make anything on the next
break and LeBron did run out. LeBron 11, Reyes 10.
What's Next?
Both Jimmy Reid (.948) and Mike LeBron (.843) had
one loss and were forced to play one last session
for the championship. With the score knotted at
5-5, LeBron (.843) missed a bank shot and never
stepped up to the table again! Reid (.948) ran the
rest of that rack and then very skillfully broke
and ran out the next five racks for the U.S. Open
victory!
The next Accu-Stats issue will feature "The North
Carolina Fall 9-Ball Classic" hosted by Rob's Roost
in Charlotte, North Carolina. The $10,000 added
event immediately followed the U.S. Open on November
12-16, 1985. Earl Strickland defeated Filipino Jose
Parica in the final match. For all the details, see
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11
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11
4
.907;
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80) D. Polo
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K. McCready
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D. Polo
11
8
91) J. Reid
W. Crane
11
3
92) M. LeBron
E. Strickland
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93) W. Crane
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11
7
94) E. Reyes
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9
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M. LeBron
11
5
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7th- 8th
Efren Reyes
Mike Sigel
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350
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250
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1985 Major Tournament
Name
Events
Crane, Wade
10
McCready,
Keith
7
Hall, Buddy
10
Strickland,
Earl
10
Reyes,
Efren
8
Sigel,
Mike
9
LeBron, Mike
4
Reid, Jimmy
6
Rempe, Jim
7
Howard, David
10
Davenport, Kim
10
Williams,
Bob
7
Hubbart,
Larry
5
Mathews, Grady
10
Swanson, Jay
7
Culyassy,
Mike
8
Hopkins,
Allen
6
Frady, Joe
1
DiLiberto,
Danny
7
Mizerak,
Steve
5
8
Massey, Mike
Hunter, Bob
9
Bollman, Dave
10
Sweet, Toby
3
Carter,
Jeff
4
Dobesenski,
Ron
2
Luat,
Rudolfo
4
Harris,
Jr.
4
Vickery, Howard
9
Vanover, Bob
1
Incardona,
Bill
4
McCoy, Don
1
Mataya, Jim
6
Dobrowolski,
5.
3
Varner, Nick
2
Medina, Danny
6
Lane, Dick
2
Hodges, Jirrmy
2
In
Money
8
6
9
10
6
8
3
5
5
7
7
4
5
7
6
5
5
1
7
4
5
5
8
3
3
1
3
3
6
1
1
1
3
2
2
3
2
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Results
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WINNINGS)
Sessions
OHIO
RENO
YTD$
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Won Lost
HOUSTON
RHMD KY
A.C.
Winnings
7-8 49-64
50900.00
58 - 19
2
5-6
1
36916.00
27 - 12
97-108
•
2
17-32
J
32280.00
54 - 19
7-8
2
9-12
4
2
31705.00
56 - 17
1
1
17-24 3-4
3
20366.00
38 - 12
•
7-8 17-32
1
•
16406.00
43 - 19
25-32
9-12 17-24
9-16
1
14080.00
17 - 8
•
•
33-64
12400.00
22 - 11
5-6
•
5-6
•
*
10051.00
23 - 15
9-12
•
17-24
2
17-32
8650.00
29 - 20
25-32
9-12
3
5-6 65-114
7575.00
28 - 20
13-16 49-57 13-16 65-114
7-8
6462.00
22 - 16
5-6
3
49-57
5-8
•
6400.00
18 - 10
17-24
7-8
*
•
6030.00
32 - 20
25-32 25-32 17-24 17-24 33-64
5441.00
23 - 16
65-96
9-12 5-6
5-6 17-32
5315.00
18 - 16
5-6 25-32
33-64
4
5066.00
24 - 12
•
4
17-32
•
•
5000.00
10 - 3
•
•
3-4
•
4986.00
25 - 16
9-12 17-24 13-16
•
9-16
4037.00
20 - 10
•
17-24
5-8
•
•
3930.00
23 - 16
25-32
7-8 25-32 9-12 33-64
3216.00
21 - 20
13-16 25-32 33-48 49-64 17-32
3180.00
23 - 20
33-48
17-24 9-12 17-24 33-64
3002.00
15 - 8
9-12 13-16
5-8
•
2730.00
13 - 9
•
7-8 33-64
2700.00
6 - 4
•
•
•
•
•
2476.00
18 - 7
•
33-48 9-16
2465.00
14 - 8
33-48
•
9-12
•
2245.00
20 - 19
65-96 33-48 9-12 17-24 33-64
2052.00
9 - 3
•
5-8
2000.00
7 - 6
49-57 65-66 65-114
•
7 - 2
2000.00
•
•
%
•
1966.00
16 - 12
65-96 25-32
13-16 17-32
1776.00
9-12
13 - 6
%
9-16
1726.00
9 - 4
17-24
9-16
33-48 49-64 65-114
1690.00
10 - 12
17-24
1526.00
9 - 5
25-32
•
9-16
1500.OU
6 - 4
33-48
•
4
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•
9
9
9
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9
9
9
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1
•
5-6
13-16
7-8
•
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•
25-32
13-16
33-48
•
2
33-48
17-24
5-6
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B.C.
RCKYMT
VIR BCH
17-24
3-4
1
9-12 33-48
17-24
2
49-64
1
13-16
3
2
•
17-24 25-32
5-6
17-24 9-12
3-4
5-6
7-8
•
25-32
m
4
25-32
17-24
49-64
5--6 65-67
9
9
m
•
17-24
#
33-48
13-16
33-48
9
9
9
9
33-45 17-24
9-12 13-16
•
9
7-8
•
17-24
9-12
7-8 17-24
7-8 33-45
17-24 9-12 33-48
17-24 17-24 13-16
9
7-•8
•
33-48
3
7-8
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17-24 17--24
9
9-12
33-48
9
•
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•
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5-6
4
9-12
17-24
4
7-8
7-8
1
17-24
3
5-6
33-45
3
4
5-6
33-45
2
5-6
1
17-24
17-24 25-32
17-24 9-12
25-32 33-48
9-12
2
9-12
•
•
•
•
•
•
13-16
5-6
9-12
13-16 13-16
i
9
33-48
33-48
•
17-24
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•
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YEAR TO DATE
Sessions
Won'"Lost
(MINIMUM SESSIONS =
t
NAME
LOST
WON
Earl
1. Strickland,
Efren
2. Reyes,
56
38
3. Crane,
Wade
58
54
Buddy
4. Hall,
Rudolfo
18
5. Luat,
6. Sigel,
Mike
43
7. McCready,
Keith
27
8. Dobrowolski,
S.
13
Mike
17
9. LeBron,
10. Hopkins,
Allen
24
11. Reid,
Jimmy
22
Steve
12. Mizerak,
20
13. Sweet,
Toby
15
14. Dominguez,Ernestc
i 11
15. Hubbart,
Larry
18
14
16. Harris,
Jr.
17. Mathews,
Grady
32
18. DiLiberto,
Danny
25
19. Rempe,
Jim
23
Sessions
-
17
12
19
19
7
19
12
6
8
12
11
10
8
6
10
8
20
16
15
PCT
.767
.760
.753
.740
.720
.694
.692
.684
.680
.667
.667
.667
.652
.647
.643
.636
.615
.610
.605
ISI
*
NAME
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
Howard,
Carter,
Massey,
Swanson,
Davenport,
Williams,
Mataya,
Bollman,
Gulyassy,
Vickery,
Hunter,
Martin,
Nelson,
Medina,
Geiler,
Fleming,
Brienza,
Opsahl,
Decided
LOST
WON
David
Jeff
Mike
Jay
Kim
Bob
Jim
Dave
Mike
Howard
Bob
Ray
Larry
Danny
Rich
Pat
Paul
Bob
by One
29
13
23
23
28
22
16
23
18
20
21
11
7
10
8
7
11
5
-
20
9
16
16
20
16
12
20
16
19
20
12
8
12
10
10
16
12
PCT
.592
.591
.590
.590
.583
.579
.571
.535
.529
.513
.512
.478
.467
.455
.444
.422
.407
.294
Game
(MINIMUM SESSIONS = 5)
#
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
NAME
Reid,
Jimmy
McCready,
Keith
Luat,
Rudolfo
Massey,
Mike
Crane,
Wade
Hall,
Buddy
Strickland,
Earl
Bollman,
Dave
DiLiberto,
Danny
Hopkins,
Allen
LeBron,
Mike
Hunter,
Bob
WON LOST
5
8
- 1
- 2
4 - 1
4 - 1
9
7
6
6
-
4 4 4 3 -
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
PCT
.833
.800
.800
.800
.750
.700
.667
.667
.667
.667
.667
.600
#
NAME
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Sigel,
Mike
Howard,
David
Hubbart,
Larry
Mataya,
Jim
Rempe,
Jim
Mathews,
Grady
Vickery,
Howard
Mizerak,
Steve
Opsahl,
Bob
Davenport,
Kim
Reyes,
Efren
Medina,
Danny
Brienza,
Paul
WON LOST
6
3
3
3
-
4 3 -
4
2
2
4
-
3 1 1 -
5
3
3
3
5
4
6
3
3
8
7
4
6
PCT
.545
.500
.500
.500
.444
.429
.400
.400
.400
.333
.300
.200
.143
ACCU-FACT
Earl S t r i c k l a n d has played in a l l ten major 9 - b a l l tournaments t h i s year and i s
the only one to f i n i s h in-the-money in every one!

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