Monthly Archives: March 2009

Dy Nabs First Predator Billiards Stop

March 31, 2009
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Dy Nabs First Predator Billiards Stop

Predator 9-Ball Tour / Lindenhurst, NY by Jerry Tarantola The Blatt Billiards Predator 9-Ball Tour held its first A-D tournament of the season the weekend of March 28-29 at Mr. Cue’s Billiards in Lindenhurst, NY, with Marco Dy walking away with first place. The tour’s third $1,000-added stop welcomed a total of 80 of its…

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Chau Double-Dips Daniels on Viking Tour

March 31, 2009
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Chau Double-Dips Daniels on Viking Tour

Double-Dipping in Style on Viking Tour Viking Cue 9-Ball Tour / Winchester, VA by InsidePOOL Staff Manuel Chau and Ryan Jones earned titles at the Viking Cue 9-Ball Tour’s March 28-29 stop in the open and amateur divisions, respectively. Blue Fox Billiards in Winchester, VA, played host to the tour and hosted 88 entries, as…

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Hill Climbs Over Billiards Competition

March 30, 2009
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Hill Climbs Over Billiards Competition

Dominiak Cues Northeast Tour / Windsor Locks, CT by InsidePOOL Staff Chuck Hill took no prisoners at the March 28 stop of the Dominiak Cues Northeast Amateur 10-Ball Tour, winning first place. Hosted by Pool Table Magic in Windsor Locks, CT, the event saw a strong field of 28 players from throughout the Northeast make…

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Zimmer Zips Great Southern Billiards Field

March 30, 2009
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Zimmer Zips Great Southern Billiards Field

Great Southern Billiard Tour / Raleigh, NC by Skip Maloney Ben Zimmer took the second set of a true double-elimination finals to capture first place in the Great Southern Billiard Tour stop the weekend of March 28-29. The $1,500-added, A-B handicapped event, hosted by Brass Tap & Billiards in Raleigh, NC, drew 50 entrants. Zimmer…

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KF Cues Win for Williams

March 30, 2009
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KF Cues Win for Williams

KF Cues 9-Ball Tour / Longwood, FL by Skip Maloney The KF Cues 9-Ball Tour stopped at Fast Break in Longwood, FL, the weekend of March 28-29. The $1,000-added event, which drew 57 entrants, included 7 women, 2 juniors, and a host of top players, including Corey Deuel, Ronnie Wiseman, Neil Fujiwara, and Jason Richko.…

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