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Corey Deuel’s Universal Pool League 10 Ball Invitational in Palm Harbor

November 19th, 2009 No comments

Report of action will be two weeks, Florida Swing has two tournaments this exciting weekend. The first is the live coverage of Steve Mizerak freely Seminole Tour $ 40,000 with 10 balls Event November 12 -14. This event takes place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida and the best players in the U.S. and Corey Deuel, Earl Strickland, John Schmidt, Johnny Archer, Stevie Moore and many others in the competition. Coverage starts Thursday and continues until the last match on Saturday. The last Sunday is not visible in the TAR, and will be taped for television. The following weekend will be the first TAR Universal Ball Invitational Pool League 10 See in Palm Harbor, Florida.

Live coverage of the free event begins Wednesday, November 18th and lasts until Friday 20 November. In recent days, from Saturday in the TAR Pay-Per-View for $ 15. It’s a new case, the developer and world-class player, Corey Deuel. The tournament is a Round Robin Modified event with an innovative method of assessment that allow for increased very exciting and dramatic games.

Simonis is the official sponsor of this event flow and TAR is proud to work with the legendary company in the industry to carry the hearing live some of the proposed pool. TAR is proud to announce our sponsors a watercourse, OB Cues, Delta 13 Rack and Cue Sports International (CSI) and AZ Billiards.

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Corey Deuel ranked 12 in WPA guaranteed seat in main WTBC draw

October 5th, 2009 No comments

32 players who are top of the World Pool-Billiard Association ranking became the first group to be given guaranteed seats in the main draw of the second World Ten Ball Championship (WTBC) slated at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, Metro Manila from November 25-30.

Ian AndersonWPA president  said the new ranking system to be put in place this year, the world’s governing body for pool ushered in a new system of awarding spots in the world championship. Besides the top 32 ranking players, spots are mainly allocated to the continental federations which then award the spots to deserving players.

The Top 32 are led by current world No. 1 Darren Appleton of Great Britain. He is followed by Ralf Souquet of Germany (2), Mika Immonen of Finland (3), Niels Feijen of the Netherlands (4), and Shane Van Boening of the United States (5).

Two Filipinos, Jeffrey De Luna (8) and Demosthenes Pulpul (9), made it to the top 10. Other notable Asians in the elite list are Pin Yi Ko (13) and Ching-Shun Yang (25) of Chinese Taipei, Ricky Yang of Indonesia (14), and Satoshi Kawabata of Japan (18).

The distribution of the 32 players by continents is: 15 Europeans, 13 Asians, four North Americans.

The other North American players besides Van Boening are Americans Corey Deuel (12) and Charlie Williams (15), and Canadian Tyler Edey (29).

Appleton is the defending World Ten Ball champion. He overtook erstwhile No.1 Ralf Souquet of Germany middle of this year after placing third in the Qatar Open, one of several world-ranking events lined up by the WPA in 2009.

No. 3 Mika Immonen ruled the Qatar Open after beating two-time World Junior champion Pin Yi Ko in the finals. He is the current money leader among men players in the world circuit.

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Corey Deuel beaten in Florida 9ball State Championship

September 10th, 2009 No comments

The florida American Pool Billiards clud Strokers 2 in Tampa was the repeat venue for the second of the Florida Championships, previous week was the for the amateurs but this week saw the Open which brought in some World Class players showing up for the two and a half grand plus a entry into the $40,000 and to be added Steve Mizerak event to be held sometime November by the Seminole Indian tribe of Florida.

Some notable players in attendance were American no 1 player Corey Deuel, Mike Davis, Tony Crosby, Richard Broumpton, John Ditoro and Tommy Kennedy just to mention a few.

The day started with an award ceremony for Player of the Year  which was won by  Julio Aquino  was officially crowned the KF Open player of the year and received five hundred dollars bonus,a supreme high end KF Custom Cue with the new and improved Vigor Shaft and also one of the beautiful trophy’s , 2nd in the points was James Roberts.

Some notable results in the early rounds saw Richard Broumpton coming out strong beating Mike Davis 9-7 and then following it up with a demolition of Tony Crosby 9-3 before running into Corey Deuel and being sent to the one loss side 9-7.

Corey Deuel would have more success beating  Jerry Calderon 9-5 and then Han Berber 9-6.

The event drew 7 lady players with Borana Andoni drawing some attention as she made her way to the 4th round of the winners side and ended up finishing one match away from coming back Sunday to the final 8.

Mike Davis was a man on a mission, After taking a first round loss he would win 9 straight matches on the one loss side which would include wins over Nicole Winters 7-4, Richie Richeson 7-6, Todd Anderson 7-6, Dave Ross 7-5, and Julio Aquino 7-5 to get through to Sunday where he would avenge his loss to Broumpton

9-3 and follow it up with wins over Louis Altes 9-3, Jerry Claderon 9-5 and Han Berber 9-7 to reach the final to play Corey Deuel. While all this was going on Corey Deuel had spent most of his time as pool promoter, Deuel recently announced that he was going to host the 1st $30,000 Added US 8 Ball Invitational.

The final would be a nervy start for both players with Mike Davis taking advantage of Deuel mistakes to take a 5-1 lead and never look back. Deuel would make a fight of it to get back to 7-5 but with the alternate break format Davis was always in control and would run out with an 11-7 win and be crowned Fl State 9-Ball Champion for 2009.

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Corey Deuel annouces US 8 Ball Invitational Florida

August 21st, 2009 No comments

Corey Deuel has just announced the United States 8 Ball Invitational is to be held in November 18th-22nd in the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor Florida. A guaranteed minimum of $30,000 has been added to this inaugural event which now features both pro and amateur divisions in competition.

The pro format is a modified round robin best of 15 games. The field is limited to 80 players. Entry fee is $500 with a $100 discount for those staying at the host hotel. The amateur event is for 5-man teams and the entry fee is $300 per player. This entry fee includes a hotel deluxe suite that sleeps 6 people so the whole team can room together. Local UPL players with 12 weeks of UPL play to their credit and who do not require a room may enter for $50.

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Corey Deuel unveils the US 8 Ball Pool Invitational

August 11th, 2009 No comments

Billiard star Corey Deuel has just announced the United States 8 Ball pool Invitational to be held November 18-22 at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor Florida. This inaugural event has a guaranteed minimum of $30,000 in added money and features action in both pro and amateur divisions.

The pro format is a modified round robin best of 15 games. The field is limited to 80 players. Entry fee is $500 with a $100 discount for those staying at the host hotel. The amateur event is for 5-man teams and the entry fee is $300 per player. This entry fee includes a hotel deluxe suite that sleeps 6 people so the whole team can room together. Local UPL players with 12 weeks of UPL play to their credit and who do not require a room may enter for $50.

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Corey Deuel wins at Fast Eddie’s

August 4th, 2009 No comments

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After conquering a tough field the month prior, Corey Deuel is a frontrunner in the points race on the Seminole Pro Tour with his July 18-19 victory over Mike Fuller. The 36-player field was hosted by Fast Eddie’s Billiards in Goldsboro, NC.

“The Prince of Pool” put on some serious displays of shot-making and safety play. His overall table management was representative of his world-class status. The first half of the tournament, Deuel went straight through his opponents like a hot knife through butter, demolishing all comers, including Earl Strickland 7-2 and Mike Davis 8-3, until North Carolina’s Mike Fuller stopped him dead in his tracks.

Fuller showed a really impressive game this weekend. Playing in his first Seminole Pro Tour event, Fuller had no shortage of opportunities to prove himself against the tour’s established players. The Roxborough native had strong wins against Han Berber 7-4, John DiToro 7-2, and Steve Moore 8-4. Next on his hit list was none other than Deuel. Fuller really showed some nerve in this match. Deuel seemed to struggle on the break, and Fuller really punished him for it. Bringing his big break into play, Fuller overcame Deuel in a hill-hill thriller.

Next up for Fuller was the hot seat match against Manny Chau. Both players played tight all the way down to the end. However, after Chau missed a tough blind back-cut on the 7 into the side pocket, Fuller took a critical lead at 7-6, going on to win the next game as well and capture the hot seat.

On the one-loss side, Chau had to square off against Deuel, who had just steamrolled Keith Bennett 8-1 and Ronnie Wiseman 8-3. Chau showed why he was in the final three. and refused to let Deuel out of his sights. Displaying his top notch shot-making ability, Chau took Deuel to his second hill-hill match of the tournament. After a dry break by Chau, Deuel came with a long cut on the 1 ball, only to end up nearly frozen on the 2. Deuel proceeded to nail the game-winning safety. Chau’s failed attempt yielded a dead 2-10 combination that Deuel pocketed, securing his spot in the finals.

View the Seminole Pro Tour Fast Eddie’s brackets

This rematch between Deuel and Fuller did not go as planned for the North Carolina native. Although the match was close toward the beginning, the tides turned when Fuller made an unexpected error, allowing Deuel to take the lead 5-4. After that, Deuel turned on the jets. He seemed to make two balls on the break every time, and simply ran out. Perfect pattern play coupled with some special “come with-it” shots propelled Deuel to the hill. “How are these balls rolling!” exclaimed Deuel at the latter stages of the match. He finished off Fuller by winning the last four games in a row and claiming the title of champion with a score of 9-4.

(from InsidePoolMag)

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