Am nächsten Osterwochenende werden in Rankweil/Österreich die Bunny Open 2014 ausgetragen. In einer der außergewöhnlichsten Locations in ganz Europa, im Patricks Rankweil, treffen sich 128 Spieler und spielen bei dieser 9 Ball Veranstaltung um das Gesamtpreisgeld von 7.000 Euro. Das Teilnehmerfeld war wie in den Jahren zuvor recht schnell komplett ausverkauft und überbucht. Das Patricks Rankweil hat in den letzten Jahren viele sehr große Pool Billard Events ausgerichtet, neben diversen Euro-Tour Stops wurden u.a. auch Weltmeisterschaften in diesem erstklassigen Billardlokal ausgetragen. Im letzten Jahr gewann Mario He aus Österreich das Finale der Bunny Open gegen Roman Hybler mit 7-0. Auch in diesem Jahr sind viele europäische Topspieler in Rankweil am Start, darunter Namen wie z.B. Markus Buck (GER), Antonio Benvenuto (ITA), Roman Hybler (CZE), Dimitri Jungo (SUI), Valery Kuloyants (GER), Pascal Nydegger (SUI) sowie der Titelverteidiger Mario He (AUT). Die Bunny Open haben eine der aufgeräumtesten und aktuellsten Turnierwebsites überhaupt. Hier finden alle Interessierten so ziemlich jede Information, die benötigt wird. Natürlich wird dort wie gewohnt der komplette Spielplan und ein Livescoring zu finden sein.
Two time World 9-ball Champion is all business as the Final 64 knockout rounds take shape at the Kuwait Open 9-ball Championship. By Ted Lerner – WPA Press Officer Photos By Takayama Takao (Kuwait City)—This Gulf nation of 4.2 million people is considered one of the richest countries on earth, a place where big business thrives. And big business is exactly what the Kuwait Open 9-ball Championship will be all about for the next two days, as the race to 9-ball pool’s biggest prize of the year kicks into high gear. The stellar field of 128 of the world’s best players that began battle yesterday at the Al Ardiya Youth Center in Kuwait City has now been cut in half to 64. The always difficult and dreaded double elimination group stages are now history, and from here on in over the course of the next two days, all matches will be single elimination knockout. The player that wins six matches will take home this brand new title, and 50,000 tax fee US dollars. With a […]
31/07/2015 Joshua Filler (GER) powered past former World Champion Oliver Ortmann (GER) 9:2 in the second winner’s round of the Dynamic Billard Austrian Open. The match between the two Germans was really a clash between the generations. On one side Ortmann with all his victories and merits in the past, always to be considered a tough opponent. In the other corner Joshua Filler, young gun on fire who just became third in an international straight pool event in New York, USA. The match was expected a close fight. But it turned out to be everything else but that. To the contrary, Filler started out like a hurricane and played marvelous pool. His break shot was there and he made no mistakes in the early stage of the match. Ortmann’s disadvantage was that his break was not there and Filler punished him for that without mercy. In all fairness, it must also be stated here that Filler did have Lady Luck on his side in the match. However, after seven racks the scoreboard displayed an unbelievable […]
25/03/2017 Teutscher slightly in the lead over Saris The 9-ball individuals have commenced at the Dynamic Billard European Championships for Men, Women and Wheelchair Athletes in the Salgados Palace Hotel in Albufeira, Portugal. In an exciting encounter in winner’s round 1, Marco Teutscher (NED) bested teammate Ivar Saris (NED) 9:8. Teutscher had the far better start in the match. He took a comfortable 6:2 lead over Saris and the match did not look to become exciting or anything like it at all. It was expected to be a clear affair for Teutscher. But Saris has shown some impressive shooting during this week and did not want to give up without providing a heavy fight to Teutscher. After 10 racks, Teutscher was leading 7:3. All of a sudden the tide turned in the match and Saris got going. He won rack after rack and pulled incredible five racks in a row from Teutscher, being on the hill now with 8:7 over Teutscher. Now the heat was on in the match. Teutscher needed to come up with […]