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A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9
A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 9-BALL POCKET BILLIARDS
Vol. 2, No. 3
(201)838-7089
Reyes
Hits Jackpot
at Sands Regent
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R E N 0 - An 8-0 record at the Sands Regent Open earned Efren Reyes his first major
title of 1986 and the $10,000 grand prize. At the same time, he posted a record
breaking TPA tournament average of .923. In races to nine, he breezed through the
eighty player double elimination field with wins over Harris (2), Kelly (7), Munson
(7), Brown (3), Varner (6), and Strickland three times (7), (6), and (5).
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SANDS REGENT OPEN
RENO, NEVADA
June 4-8,1986
FINAL STANDINGS
NAME
1st Efren
Reyes
2nd Earl
Strickland
3rd Bill
Incardona
4th Ray
Martin
5th-6th
Allen
Hopkins
Nick
Varner
7th-8th
Jose
Parica
Tom Brown
9th-12th
Mike
Sigel
Dan Louie
David
Rhodes
Mike
LeBron
13th-16th
Ron Rosas
Keith
McCready
Mike
Gulyassy
Don
Steele
17th-24th
Jr.
Harris
David
Howard
Willie
Munson
Dan
D'Imperio
Roy
Futternick
Louie
Lemke
Terry
Bell
Jim
Mataya
25th-32nd
Buddy
Hall
Howard
Vickery
Steve Shaw
Danny Medina
Rich
Geiler
Gary
Nolan
Gary
Golder
Bill
Igel
33rd-48th
Ed
Kelly
Jay Swanson
Pete
Lhotka
Henry
Granas
Dave
Bollman
Audie
Perez
AVG.
PRIZE
.923)
.882)
.870)
.858)
$10 ,000
6 ,000
4 ,000
3 ,000
.896)
.880)
2 ,200
2 ,200
.874)
.827)
1 ,700
1,,700
.907)
.866)
.856)
.846)
1 ,200
1 ,200
1 ,200
1 ,200
.838)
.838)
.810)
.784)
AVG.
NAME
Wilson King
Dick Megiveron
Lenny Loder
Pat Schumacher
Chris MacDonald
Jimmy Rogers
Jerry
Chappel
Richard
White
Harry Platis
Bill
Loucks
49th-64rd
Grady Mathews
Paul Brienza
Terry Osborne
Carson Wiley
Scott
800
800
800
800
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
.853)
.845)
.816)
.815)
.806)
.801)
.799)
.772)
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
865)
840)
823)
822)
814)
798)
Smith
Ito
Ernest Dominguez
Mike Massey
j .754)
I .754)
| .731)
Robert Gray
|'.718)
Rusty
|' .694)
|' .690)
I' .667)
Hills
Sob Opsahl
Pete Quande
65th-80th
Danny Jones
Toni Annigoni
Tom Karabotsos
|' .819)
|' .810)
I'.806)
Billy Surge
l'.787)
Lou Sutera
I\ .769)
Craig Hauser
1.762)
Darrel
Nordquist
\ \ .753)
Gary Hutchings
if .746)
Mike Dooley
|1.746)
Sob Hunter
\f . 7 3 3 )
Kim Davenport
iI.726)
Tom Cyr
i1.724)
1.633)
Ray Badami
f.625)
Bruce
Broomel
{.614)
Guido
Orlandi
Charles
Cosgriff {.521)
ACCU-FACT
Reyes has now extended his winning streak at the Sands Regent to 20
K.
— 2
.846)
.842)
.836)
.816)
I .809)
1 .793)
j .778)
| .771)
j' .765)
(
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David Nottingham
Warren Costanzo
Mike Danner
Larry Nelson
Ted
.841)
.837)
.837)
.824)
.820)
.816)
.804)
.803)
I .786)
| .777)
I' .777)
j .773)
j .773)
I .757)
i .743)
I .729)
( .707)
( .689)
sessions!
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Efren Again
Efren Reyes continues to play the leading role at the
Sands Regent Open and charges $10,000 for his
services. The $20,000 added event which attracted
eighty professional playera was hosted by the Sands
Regent Hotel & Casino and directed by Doug Klisch.
Eight Gold Crown Ill's were provided and maintained
by Reno's Keystone Cue & Cushion.
After the first two rounds of play, it seemed quite
apparent that Reyes and Strickland were in a class by
themselve8, both averaging around a .960 TPA.
Strickland eventually fell victim to Reyes in the
two-out-of-three set finals. Reyes1 near flawless
play extended his winning streak at the Sanda to
twenty sessions in a row. He missed a total of
fifteen balls for the entire tournament. Some players
missed that many in a single session.
Vendors were on hand throughout the week to satisfy
the demands of the players and spectators. Rich
Benson and Don Doughty displayed cues, Michael
Bergman featured cue cases, David Stalmac hawked his
custom clothing, Mickey Peel touted his billiard
services, end Tom, Paul Quinn and "Grandpa" displayed
their assortment of billiard cues and accessories.
Gene Stary produced the pro event in conjunction with
(continued on page 13)
Notable M a t c h e s
Earl Strickland (.961) opened up the tournament
with an awesome display of talent defeating Mike
Massey (.556) 9-1. Strickland made a ball on the
break on each of his eight breaks and ran out from
the break six times,
Grady Mathews (.813) seemed to have a considerable
advantage leading Dave Bollnan (.824) 6-0. After
the score reached 6-2, the tide turned with
Mathews having little more to do than kick, play
safe, and attempt a few kisses and banks. Bollman
played well to close out the set and won 9-7.
Efren Reyes (.977) missed a bank and scratched in
the pocket, that's all. Jr. Harris (.667) never
had a chance. Reyes won 9-2.
Because of a slow start, Ron Rosas (.871) soon
trsiled Carson Wiley (.771) 1-6. But from that
point on Rosas won the next eight recks, shot a
.969, and won the set 9-6.
Howard Vickery (.868) pocketed ninety-nine balls
while
Lenny
Loder
(.745)
pocketed
only
thirty-eight. Vickery won 9-8.
In a hill-hill match, Rich Geiler (.875) made the
nine ball on the break against Ed Kelly (.818) and
won 9-8.
(continued on page 15)
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SCORES & AVERAGES
Name
Score
#
Avg.
OPENING ROUND
1) G.
G.
9
8
(.779)
(.770)
2) T. Annigoni
M. Dooley
9
5
(.889)
(.750)
J} A.
M.
9
4
(.893)
(.745)
4) L. Lemke
P. Lhotka
9
4
(.867)
(.804)
5)
Nolan
Colder
9
7
(.767)
(.600)
6} S. Shaw
L. Butera
9
4
(.880)
(.783)
7)0. Howard
T. Cyr
9
3
(.897)
(.694)
8) B. Igel
C. Hauser
9
7
(.800)
(.833)
9) E. Kelly
A. Perez
9 (.920;
3 (.813)
Hopkins
Gulyassy
fl. Martin
fl. Broomel
10) T. Brown
T. Karabotsos
9 f.904j
3 (.680)
11)
9
8
fl. Futternick
D. Jones
(.885)
(.859)
12) H. Vickery
8. Hunter
9 (.916;
3 (.727)
13) C. Wiley
fl. Geiler
9
4
(.894)
(.651)
14) K. McCready
M. Danner
9
8
(.899)
(.791)
15) P. Brienza
8. Hall
9
5
(.906)
(.824)
16) M. Sigel
D. Nordquist
9
4
(.892)
(.730)
WINNERS BRACKET
17) G. Nolan
£ . Dominguez
9
4
(.872)
(.712)
18) M. LeBron
0. Steele
9
6
(.775)
(.779)
19; E.
Strickland
M. Massey
9 (.961;
1 (.556)
20) D. Louie
B. Surge
9
7
Name
Score AVQ.
Name
23) J. Parica
A. Hopkins
9 (.912;
4 (.809)
46) D. Medina
D. Rhodes
9 (.928;
24) D. Megiveron
S. Smith
9
7
(.814)
(.793)
47) M.
L.
25) L. Lemke
T. Bell
9
5
(.833)
(.655)
48) B. Loucks
C. Cosgriff
26) J. Rogers
T. Osborne
9
6
(.782)
(.781)
27) fl. Martin
H. Granas
9
5
(.886)
(.695)
28) D. Bollman
G. Mathews
9
7
(.824)
(.813)
29) S. Shaw
P. Quande
9
6
(.870)
(.761)
30) B. Incardona
K. Davenport
9
3
(.893)
(.784)
31) D. Howard
L. Loder
9 (.916;
4 (.825)
32) P. Schumacher
fl.
Hills
9
3
(.730)
(.613)
33) J. Chappel
B. I g e l
9
6
(.704)
(.704)
34) W. Munson
W. Costanzo
9 (.901i
3 (.655)
35) E. Kelly
B. Opsahl
9
5
36) E. Reyes
J. Harris
9 (.977;
2 (.667)
37) T. Brown
fl. Gray
9
7
(.847)
(.790)
38) C. MacDonald
J. Swanson
9
2
(.885)
(.700)
39)
9
6
(.807)
(.743)
fl. Futternick
T. Ito
Platis
Orlandi
9
5
(.756)
(.600)
41) H.
D.
Vickery
Nottingham
9
8
(.789)
(.813)
(.714)
9 ( .893)
7 ( 833)
9 (.935J
2 (.711)
75) T. Bell
T. Osborne
9 ( 838)
8 ( 857)
9
4
76) A. Hopkins
S. Smith
9 ( 857)
6 ( 824)
77) fl. Geiler
M. Danner
78) B. Hall
M. Massey
9 ( 860)
3 ( 563)
9 ( 888)
4 ( 767)
79) D. Steele
E. Dominguez
9 ( 805)
6 ( 782)
2
(.714)
(.521)
49) W. King
M. Dooley
9
5
(.805)
(.742)
50) M. Gulyassy
fl. Badami
9
(.775)
6
(.644)
51) P. Lhotka
G. Orlandi
9
2
(.867)
(.636)
52) J. Swanson
B. Broomel
9
2
(.829)
(.667)
53) J.
L.
9 (.918;
Harris
Butera
Score AVQ,
74) H. Granas
G. Mathews
LOSERS (64th-80th)
(.859)
(.673)
40) H.
G.
Sigel
Nelson
Name
WINNERS BRACKET
80) M. LeBron
G. Nolan
9 ( .864)
7 ( .818)
81) E. Strickland
0. Louie
9 ( .962;
2 ( .800)
9 (.826)
J ( .640)
3
(.750)
54) W. Costanzo
T. Cyr
9
4
(.836)
(.745)
82) J. Mataya
55) R. Hills
C. Hauser
9
8
(.710)
(.713)
83) J. Parica
56) A. Perez
K. Davenport
9
3
(.794)
(.681)
84; L. Lemke
J. Rogers
57) G. Mathews
T. Karabotsos
9
6
(.896)
(.846)
85) fl. Martin
D. Bollman
58) J. Osborne
D. Jones
9
7
(.860)
(.776)
86) B. Incardona
S. Shaw
59) 5. Smith
B. Hunter
9
6
(.813)
(.739)
87) D. Howard
P. Schumacher
60)fl.Geiler
9 (.806)
fl. White
0. Megiveron
7
(.742)
88) W. Munson
J. Chappel
61) M. Danner
T. Annigoni
9
8
(.828)
(.795)
89) E. Reyes
E. Kelly
62) B. Hall
9 (.923;
G. Hutchings
fl. Surge
63) 0. Steele
D. Nordquist
9
4
9 (.904)
3 (.615)
64) G. Golder
L. Nelson
43) fl. flosas
C. Wiley
9
6
(.871)
(.771)
4 4 ; K. McCready
W. King
9
7
45) D.
P.
9
8
6 ( .800)
9 ( .802)
7 ( .750)
9 ( .957;
7 ( .864)
90) T. Brown
2 (.806)
C. MacDonald
9 ( .788)
5 ( .718)
91) fl. Futternick
H. Platis
9 ( .847)
4 ( .778)
92) N. Varner
H. Vickery
9 ( .866)
6 ( .906;
93) fl. Rosas
K. McCready
9 ( .794;
6 ( .79j;
94) D. D'Imperio
D. Medina
9 ( .893)
1 ( .480)
95) M. Sigel
fl. Loucks
9 ( .959)
2 ( .622}
(.870)
(.773)
LOSERS (49th-64th)
42) N. Varner
R. Badami
9 ( .941;
2 ( .720)
9 ( .835)
4 ( .726)
9 ( .871)
4 ( .750)
9 ( .863)
5 ( .733)
9 ( .732)
65) D. Rhodes
P. Brienza
(.849)
(.797)
(.824)
(.818)
(.822)
(.753)
66) W. King
C. Wiley
9
6
(.794)
(.754)
(.735)
(.816)
67) M. Gulyassy
D. Nottingham
9
8
(.798)
(.771)
68) P. Lhotka
T. Ito
9
3
(.887)
(.773)
96) G. Golder
J . Rogers
9 ( .827)
5 ( .756)
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69) J. Swanson
fl. Gray
9
3
(.869)
(.581)
97) D. Rhodes
D. Bollman
9 ( .844)
5 ( .846)
TOWNE BlILLIARD
70) J. Harris
8. Opsahl
9
4
(.793)
(.708)
98) S. Shaw
W. King
9 ( .821)
6 ( .790)
71) B. Igel
W. Costanzo
9
3
(.90A)
(.767)
99) M. Gulyassy
9 ( .797}
P. Schumacher 6 ( .788)
72) L. Loder
fl. Hills
9
8
(.773)
(.744)
100) G. Nolan
P. Lhotka
9 ( .804)
3 ( .729)
73) A. Perez
P. Quande
9
1
(.868)
(.580)
101) D. Louie
J . Swanson
9 ( .885)
7 ( .883)
21) fl. White
T. Annigoni
(.859)
(.778)
J
9
6
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Total Performance Average CTPA)
S a n d s Regent Open Rankings
#
1. Efren
Reyes
2. Mike Sigel
3. Allen Hopkins
4. Earl Strickland
5. Nick
Varner
6. Jose Parica
7. Bill
8. Dan
Ineardona
Louie
9. Ed Kelly
10. Ray Martin
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
David Rhodes
Buddy Hall
Mike LeBron
Grady Mathews
Howard Vickery
Paul
Brienza
17. Jr. Harris
18.
19.
20.
21.
Jay Swanson
Ron Rosas
Keith McCready
David Howard
22. Willie
23.
24.
NAME
TPA
NAME
Munson
Terry Osborne
Tom Brown
25. Dan D'Imperio
26. Pete Lhotka
27. Henry Granas
923
907
896
882
880
874
870
866
865
858
856
853
846
846
845
842
841
840
838
838
837
837
836
827
824
823
822
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.
Roy Futternick
Danny Jones
Steve Shaw
Carson Wiley
Louie Lemke
Danny Medina
Dave Bollman
Mike Gulyassy
Tony Annigoni
Scott Smith
Tom Karabotsos
Rich Geiler
Terry Bell
Jim Mataya
Gary Nolan
Gary Golder
Audie Perez
David Nottingham
Billy Surge
Wilson King
Don Steele
Warren Costanzo
Dick Megiveron
Lenny Loder
Pat Schumacher
Chris MacDonald
Bill
Igel
NAME
TPA
.820
.819
.816
.816
.816
.815
.814
.810
.810
.809
.806
.806
.804
.803
.801
.799
.798
.793
.787
.786
.784
.778
.777
.777
.773
.773
.772
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
80.
TPA
Mike Danner
Lou Butera
Larry Nelson
Craig Hauser
Jimmy Rogers
Ted Ito
Ernest Dominguez
Darrel
Nordquist
Gary Hutchings
Mike Dooley
Jerry Chappel
Bob Hunter
Mike Massey
Richard White
Kim Davenport
Tom Cyr
Robert Gray
Harry
Platis
Rusty Hills
Bob Opsahl
Bill Loucks
Pete Quande
Ray Badami
Bruce Broomel
Guido Orlandi
Charles
Cosgriff
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.771
.769
.765
.762
.757
.754
.754
.753
.746
.746
.743
.733
.731
.729
.726
.724
.718
.707
.694
.690
.689
.667
.633
.625
.614
.521
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$8,000 to the purses!
When it was all over, Nick Varner
emerged undefeated (7-0) in the
men's division and walked away
with the $4,000 grand prize while
in the ladies' division, Peg
NAME
PRIZE
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Nick Varner
$4,000
Efren Reyes
2,500
Bob Williams
1,750
Jose Parica
1,200
5th- 6th
Willie Munson
650
Earl
Strickland
650
7th- 8th
Kim Davenport
425
Keith McCready
425
NAME
PRIZE
1st Peg Ledman
$1,800
2nd Loree Jon Jones 1,000
3rd Mary Kenniston
750
4 th Billie
Billing
550
The tables, installed by Jones
Billiard Supply of Hickory, had
shimmed pockets customized at the
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As you can see, these tough conditions reflected low Accu-Stats
averages (see right column).
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prize
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PRIZE
NAME
9th-12th
Denny Searcy
Pat Fleming
Paul Brienza
David Howard
13th-16th
Mike Gulyassy
Mike Sigel
Steve Mizerak
Larry Schwartz
300
300
300
300
200
200
200
200
PRIZE
NAME
5th-6th
Lisa Penrod
Laura Smith
Score
350
350
1) N. Varner
E. Strickland
11 (.764)
8 (.738)
2) W. Munson
K. McCready
11 ( .840)
4 ( .714)
3) E. Reyes
K. Davenport
11 ( .820)
10 ( .811)
4) B. Williams
J. Parica
11 ( .866)
10 ( .832)
LOSERS (9th-12th)
5) K. Davenport
D. Searcy
11 ( .869)
7 ( .810)
6) J. Parica
P. Fleming
11 ( .772)
9 ( .782)
7) E. Strickland
P. Brienza
11 ( .897)
4 ( .766)
8) K. McCready
D. Howard
11 ( .851)
8 ( .861)
LOSERS (7th-8th)
9) J. Parica
K. Davenport
11 ( .887)
7 ( .836)
10) E. Strickland
K. McCready
11 ( .822)
9 ( .841)
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11) N. Varner
W. Munson
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W. Munson
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4 ( .770)
14) B. Williams
11 ( .854)
E. Strickland
4 ( .797)
LOSER (4th)
11 ( .857)
7 ( .866)
WINNERS' BRACKET
16) N. Varner
E. Reyes
11 ( .920)
7 ( .886)
LOSER (3rd)
17) E. Reyes
B. Williams
11 ( .853)
9 ( .806)
FINALS
18) N. Varner
E. Reyes
8
11 ( .804)
6 ( .683)
12) E. Reyes
B. Williams
15) B. Williams
J. Parica
SHOWCASE BILLIARDS
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WINNERS'BRACKET
Ledman (5-1) edged Loree Jon Jones
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Performance Rankings
TOTAL
NAME
PERFORMANCE
GAMES
Efren Reyes
Mike Sigel
Allen Hopkins
Earl Strickland
Nick Varner
Jose Parica
Bill Incardona
Dan Louie
Ed Kelly
Ray Martin
(Sands Regent
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
BREAK
KICK
BALLS
MADE ERRORS TFA
115
619
52
79
351
36
71
129
614
123
596
80
90
438
60
83
369
53
115
510
76
94
407
63
59
244
38
137
610
101
Ave rage = .818)
NAME
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
.923
1.
.907 2.
.896 3.
.882 4.
.880 5.
.874 6.
.870 7.
.866 8.
.865 9.
.858 10.
PERFORMANCE
#
.780
.774
.765
.745
.733
.733
.730
.710
.700
.696
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
MISSES
(PER 100 BALLS
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
PERFORMANCE
NAME
OPPORTUNITIES
BALLS
MADE
Efren Reyes
619
614
Allen Hopkins
351
Mike Sigel
510
Bill Incardona
596
Earl Strickland
610
Ray Martin
369
Jose Parica
362
Mike LeBron
407
Dan Louie
438
Nick Varner
(Sands Regent Average
SHOTS
MISSED
15
20
15
24
30
32
22
22
26
30
9.5)
NAME
2 4
3 3
4 3
4 7
5 0
5 2
6 0
6 1
6 4
6.8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
46
72
47
79
48
49
48
21
69
36
53.4)
PCT.
78.0
76.6
70.1
69.9
68.6
68.1
66.7
65.6
64.5
64.3
ERRORS
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AVG
KPA
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OUTS
Mike Sigel
59
Efren Reyes
94
Jose Parica
67
Allen Hopkins
113
Dan Louie
70
Nick Varner
72
Mike LeBron
72
32
Lenny Loder
Earl Strickland
107
Ron Rosas
56
(Sands Regent Average =
POSITION
POCKETED)
GOOD
Tora Brown
87
20
20 1.000
Pat Schumacher
42
24
23 .958
Mike Sigel
21
20 .952
79
Kim Davenport
18
17 .944
24
Keith McCready
28 .933
101
30
14 .933
Scott Smith
46
15
46
31
28 .903
Rusty Hills
Nick Varner
90
17 .895
19
Dan Louie
28
94
25 .893
115
37
33 .892
Efren Reyes
(Sands Regent Aver age = .800)
RUN OUT
OPPORTUNITIES
BREAK BALL MADE
GAMES SHOTS W/0 SCR. BPA
Nick Varner
90
50
39
Wilson King
60
31
24
93
David Rhodes
51
39
Dan Louie
94
51
38
Tom Brown
87
45
33
Jr. Harris
79
45
33
David Howard
68
37
27
Dan D'Imperio
59
31
22
Earl Strickland 123
70
49
Jose Parica
83
46
32
(Sands Regent: Average = .570)
Sands Regent
(MINIMUM KICKS = 15)
NAME
GAMES RICKS
(MINIMUM BREAKS = 20)
#
^
POCKETED)
BALLS
MADE
Efren Reyes
619
438
Nick Varner
351
Mike Sigel
297
David Howard
369
Jose Parica
258
Ron Rosas
407
Dan Louie
244
Ed Kelly
596
Earl Strickland
614
Allen Hopkins
Average
(Sands Regent
POSITION
ERRORS
20
17
14
12
15
11
18
11
27
29
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AVG
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3 9
4 0
4 0
4 1
4 3
4 4
4 5
4 5
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S a n d s Regent Averages
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Run out from the break: 19
Run out after making a ball on the break: 34%
Ball made on the break: 63%
Nine ball made on the break: 2.4%
Scratch on the break: 9.0%
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After a poor start and trailing Mike LeBron (.926)
4-7, Earl Strickland (.851) allowed LeBron to the
table twice...to kick. Strickland won 9-7.
In
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Dan Louie (.955) made a ball on the break each of
his nine breaks and ran out from the break six
times. He allowed Ron Rosas (.286) to pocket only
two balls. Final score: 9-1.
Allen Hopkine (.974) shut out Don Steele (.272)
9-0 forcing Steele to merely kick, play safe, and
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Chris MacDonald outpointed Jr. Harris in the Pro-Am
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After controlling the match to a 6-4 lead, Bill
Incardona (.833) scratched on the break.
Earl
Strickland (.887) ran the next thirty-six balls,
forced Incardona to kick, then ran nine more.
Strickland won 9-6.
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a ball on the break. Varner then stepped to the
table and ran out the entire set to win 9-5!
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The Pro-Am in-the-money results follow:
NAME
PRIZE
NAME
1st
Chris MacDonald $2,000 13th-16th
2nd
3rd
Jr. Harris
Keith McCready
4th Danny D'Imperio
5th-6th
Vern Steinke
Kim Davenport
7th-8th
Eli Robertson
Nick Cano
9th-12th
Dave Bollman
Jim Hughes
Danny Medina
Jeff Hill
1,260
1,000
700
500
500
350
350
240
240
240
240
Randy Bast
Paul Brienza
Rick White
Freddy Kent
17th-24th
Dave Favor
Gerry Kelly
Mike Sweeny
Darrell Nordquist
Tony Annigoni
Don Steele
Pete Quande
Tom Sorenson
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175
175
175
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100
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100
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in Toledo. . .
TOLEDO, OH (5/8-11/86) - Mike Sigel showed incredible form as he swept away the $5,000 grand prize
and the 1986 Glass City Open title. In the race to
eleven event, Sigel went undefeated (7-0) posting
victories over Thompson (0), McCready (3), Mougey
(4), Mizerak (9), Bollman (8), Burge (4), and
finally last year's adversary Kim Davenport (3).
Davenport
lost
his
opening match
to Steve
Dobrowolski and then won his next ten matches!
Promoter Larry Kahan added $5,000 to the prize fund
and attracted fifty-seven top flight professionals
each competing for a piece of the $16,000 purse.
Kahan also held a "Monte Hall" type raffle which
awarded (1) a $350 cue, (2) a $615 cue & case, and
(3) $50 a week for one year! The in-the-money
results follow:
NAME
PRIZE
NAME
PRIZE
1st Mike Sigel
$5,000 13th-16th
2nd Kim Davenport
2,400
Jim Marino
3rd Billy Burge
1,650
Allen Hopkins
4th Dave Bollman
1,150
Jack Hynes
5th-6th
Gary Spaeth
Jose Parica
830 17th-24th
Mike Bandy
830
Scott Kitto
7th-8th
Freddie Hess
Wade Crane
530
Javier Franco
Efren Reyes
530
Bob Hunter
9th-12th
Tony Mougey
Keith McCready
350
Ken Cross
Mike Gulyassy
350
Howard Vickery
Steve Dobrowolski 350
Mike LeBron
Steve Mizerak
35Q
250
250
250
250
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
and Then in Norfolk
NORFOLK, VA ( 5 / 2 0 - 2 4 / 8 6 ) - S i g e l , S t r i c k l a n d , Reyes,
Hopkins, Mizerak, P a r i c a , McCready, LeBron, V i c k e r y ,
Bollman, G u l y a s s y . . . s i x t y - f o u r p l a y e r w o r l d event?
No, j u s t Barry Behrman's 5th Annual Spring Open.
Q-Master B i l l i a r d s hosted the t h i r t y - t h r e e p l a y e r
event and c o n t r i b u t e d $4,000 t o the purse.
Each
p l a y e r anted up a $195 e n t r y fee w i t h the hope of
being one of the twelve f i n a l i s t s t o share i n the
$10,000 p u r s e . The f i e l d o f a c t i o n f e a t u r e d t h r e e
Gold Crown I l l ' s , bleacher s e a t i n g and c a p a c i t y
crowds.
Mike S i g e l
was never
threatened as he disposed
of
He won $3,000 and p a i d e n t r y i n t o the 11th Annual
U.S. Open scheduled f o r November.
The in-the-money
results follow:
PRIZE
NAME
1st Mike Sigel
2nd Efren Reyes
3rd Pat Fleming
4th Allen Hopkins
5th- 6th
Keith McCready
Jose Parica
Boggs, McCready, P a r i c a , Reyes, Fleming, and Reyes.
NAME
PRIZE
$3,000 7th-8th
Dave Bollman
2,000
Mike Gulyassy
1,200
800 9th-12th
Mike LeBron
Tony Blankenship
600
Don Polo
600
Steve Mizerak
400
400
250
250
250
250
What's Next?
The next issue of Accu-Stats will feature The 3rd
Annual Busch Open scheduled for July 8-12 from
Moline, Illinois hosted by Miller Time Billiards.
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Avo
102) J. Harris
R. White
9
7
(.603)
(.750)
106) D. Medina
H. Granas
9
8
(.878)
(.848)
103) fl. Igel
D. Megiveron
9
8
(.761)
(.750)
107) 7". Bell
B. Loucks
9
6
(.824)
(.681)
1 0 4 ; H. Vickery
L. Lotfer
9
8
(.868)
(.745)
108) A. Hopkins
J. Chappel
9
7
(.882)
(.779)
105) K. McCready
A. Perez
9
3
(.789)
(.700)
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E. Kelly
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Hall
MacDonald
0. Steele
H. Platis
9
8
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(.818)
9
7
(.867)
(.747)
9
8
(.692)
(.618)
LOSERS (25th-32nd)
112) D. Rhodes
G. Colder
9 (.935)
1 (.625)
113) M. Gulyassy
5. Shaw
9
2
114) D. Louie
G. Nolan
9 (.915;
2 (.636)
115; J . Harris
8. Igel
9 (.904;
2 (.657)
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H. Vickery
9
4
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0. Medina
9 (.920;
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Hopkins
fi. Geiler
9
3
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(.676)
9
7
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(.754)
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M. LeBron
9 (.851)
7 (.926j
121) J. Parica
J . Mataya
9 (.905;
4 (.786)
123) 8.
D.
124) E.
W.
Martin
Lemke
Incardona
Howard
Reyes
Munson
9 (.882)
6 (.800)
9 (.903/
6 (.846)
9 (.895)
7 (.848)
125) r.
R.
126) N.
R.
Brown
Futternick
Varner
Rosas
9 (.944J
0 (.692)
9 (.840)
8 (.831)
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129) M. Gulyassy
W. Munson
9
4
130) D. Louie
D. D'Imperio
ft. Rosas
j . Harris
9
7
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(.776)
(.815)
(.803)
9 (.90Q>
7 (.815)
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9 (.891) 1
4 (.829; 1
9 (.955; 1
136) D. Rhodes
M. Gulyassy
137) D. Louie
R. Rosas
9 (.888;!
5 (.782;!
139) A. Hopkins
D. Steele
9 (.974; 1
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Strickland
Parica
9 (.849) 1
5 (.787; 1
141) B.
R.
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Martin
9 (.87i;l
6 (.825; 1
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3
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5
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T. Brown
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M. Sigel
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D. Louie
9 (.789; 1
5 (.746; 1
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M. LeBron
9 (.800; 1
6
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M. Sigel
9 (.893) 1
5 (.922J
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K. McCready
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J . Mataya
9 (.917;
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T. Bell
9
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6 (.833; 1
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0. Howard
9
4
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9 (.939; 1
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Lemke
9
8
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NAME
PRIZE
NAME
PRIZE
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NAME
PRIZE
NAME
PRIZE
EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
Jackpot
Chris MacDonald $2,000 5th-6th
David Howard
1,000
Bob Johnson
Jay Swanson
750
Wade Crane
Bob Dickerson
525 7th-8th
Dennis Searcy
Bob King
lat Jim Rempe
$1,000 9th-12th
2nd Jack Colovita
Joe Kozlowski
500
3rd Mac McQuillen
Bob Brundage
400
4th Mike Zuglan
Gary Empey
300
5th- 6th
Jerry Fiehls
Pat Fleming
250 13th-16th
Danny DiLiberto
250
Fred Charette
7th- 8th
Beau McGarrett
Ron Casanzio
100
Charles Dirisio
Guy Carney
100
Fran Brewer
75
75
75
75
50
50
50
50
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NAME
PRIZE
NAME
PRIZE
(several
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in jackpot
growing
every
dollars
and
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
weekl)
Buddy Hall
Bob Williams
Dan Christian
Dave Favor
$1,440 5th-6th
720
David Howard
432
Dick Weaver
288 7th-8th
Mike Ives
Ron Sypher
216
216
144
144
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NAME
PRIZE
NAME
PRIZE
For further information:
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212-884-9800
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Parking
lat Nick Varner
$1,000 7th-8th
2nd Kim Davenport
500
Vern Steinke
Al Winchenbaugh
3rd Chris MacDonald
400
4th Lee Gaudette
300 9th-12th
Tim Kwong
5th-6th
Paul Martinez
J. Henderson
200
T. Ryan
Ted Ito
200
Ed Clark
LV
18
150
150
100
100
100
100
JA
Y
^
YEAR T O DATE
Sessions Won - Lost
*
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
(MINIMUM
NAME
WON LOST
Reyes,
Efren
8
32
Fusco,
Pete
2
7
Jones,
Sammy
2
7
Parica,
Jose
7
24
Sigel,
Mike
4
13
Varner,
Nick
8
23
Hopkins,
Allen
10
22
Hall,
Buddy
6
Howard, David
13
8
Davenport,
Kim
17
10
Medina,
Danny
20
8
Gulyassy,
Mike
16
6
Brown, Tom
4
Strickland,
Earl 12
9
8
Swanson, Jay
8
17
Incardona,
Bill
6
15
Rhodes,
David
4
Weaver,
Dick
11
4
Bollman,
Dave
7
10
McCready,
Keith
7
6
Mizerak,
Steve
17
6
Harris,
Jr.
10
6
10
SESSIONS =
PCT
.800
.778
.778
.774
.765
.742
.688
.684
.680
.667
.667
.667
.667
.654
.652
.647
.636
.636
.630
.625
.625
.600
9)
WON LOST
#
NAME
Martin,
Ray
9
23.
Bob
9
24. Williams,
Ste ve 6
25. Dobrowolski,
Louie
6
26. Roberts,
11
27. Crane, Wade
Danny
8
28. DiLiberto,
Henry
8
29. Granas,
Scott
8
30. Kitto,
Mike
13
31. LeBron,
Dick
10
32. Lane,
Howard
10
33. Vickery,
Mike
5
34. Bandy,
Jack
5
35. Hynes,
Larry
5
36. Schwartz,
Don
5
37. Steele,
Rich
7
38. Geiler,
Jim
7
39. Mataya,
Danny
9
40. Jones,
Larry
6
41. Hubbart,
Bob
6
42. Hunter,
Jim
6
43. Marino,
Mike
6
44. Massey,
6
6
4
4
8
6
6
6
10
8
8
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
6
6
6
6
PCT
.600
.600
.600
.600
.579
.571
.571
.571
.565
.556
.556
.556
.556
.556
.556
.538
.538
.529
.500
.500
.500
.500
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MAJOR TOURNAMENT RESULTS
(MINIMUM WINNINGS =
Name
Events
Rempe, Jim
Reyes, Efren
Parica, Jose
Varner, Nick
Strickland, Earl
Swanson, Jay
Davenport, Kim
Sigel, Mike
Hopkins, Allen
Bollman, Dave
Incardona, Bill
Howard, David
Martin, Ray
DiLiberto, Danny
Williams, Bob
Medina, Danny
LeBron, Mike
Jones, Sammy
Weaver, Dick
Gulyassy, Mike
Brown, Tom
Burge, Billy
Brunt, George
Fusco, Pete
Jones, Danny
Lane, Dick
Hall, Buddy
Rhodes, David
Kitto, Scott
Hunter, Bob
Mizerak, Steve
Mataya, Jim
Massey, Mike
Roberts, Louie
Louie, Dan
Harris, Jr.
McCready, Keith
Geiler, Rich
Crane, Wade
MacDonald, Chris
DiToro, John
Riley, Joe
Metushneck, Ed
Vanover, Tom
Lerraan,
Bell, Terry
Ray
1
5
5
4
4
4
5
3
5
5
3
4
3
3
3
4
5
1
2
3
2
4
1
1
4
4
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
1
3
3
3
4
4
2
1
1
1
3
1
In
Money
YTD$
Winnings
Sessions
Won Lost
1
5
4
4
3
3
3
3
5
3
2
4
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
3
2
2
1
1
3
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
1
2
2
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
35000.00
27642.00
12870.00
11664.00
11411.00
9286.60
6626.00
6530.00
6204.00
4696.80
4494.00
3429.00
3000.00
2822.80
2822.80
2801.40
2688.00
2634.00
2634.00
2467.00
2342.40
2088.00
1976.00
1976.00
1793.00
1755.00
1693.00
1530.00
1417.00
1417.00
1343.00
1269.00
1263.00
1249.00
1200.00
1159.00
1150.00
1138.00
1135.00
1109.60
1097.00
988.00
988.00
988.00
988.00
938.00
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10-6
7 - 6
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