CSI Presents The 2015 Kamui Challenge: Jayson Shaw vs Corey Deuel

2015 Kamui Challenge

CueSports International, Henderson, Nevada (June 30, 2015)CSI is proud to present the 2015 Kamui Challenge: Jayson Shaw vs. Corey Deuel. The match will take place July 22, 2015 during the BCAPL & USAPL National Championships at the beautiful Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Those participating in the BCAPL or USAPL National Championships can watch in person for free. Those not in attendance can watch via the pay-per-view live stream. Thanks to Kamui for making this match possible!

A Scotland native, Shaw has risen quickly to become one of the most feared players on American soil. His rapid fire style of play shows pure confidence and often ignites the crowd in disbelief.

Recent Accomplishments
2015 Turning Stone XXIII Champion
2015 Ginky Memorial Champion
2015 SBE Pro Player’s Championship Runner-Up
2015 Derby City Classic 14.1 Challenge Runner-Up
2014 Turning Stone XXII Champion
2014 CSI Invitational 10-Ball Championship – 3rd
2014 US Bar Table Championships 10-Ball – 3rd

Deuel has long been one of top professional players in the U.S. He plays all games well and is generally considered a mastermind when it comes to strategy, racking, and breaking techniques.

Recent Accomplishments
2015 Chinook Winds Open 8-Ball Champion
2015 Smokin Aces 9-Ball Open Champion
2015 SBE One Pocket Player’s Championship Runner-Up
2014 US Bar Table Championships 8-Ball Champion
2014 OB Challenge Champion
2014 Mosconi Cup USA Team Member
2014 Smokin Aces 9-Ball Open Runner-Up

Official Webpage: http://www.playcsipool.com/2015-kamui-challenge.html

CSI is the parent company of the BCA Pool League and USA Pool League. CSI also produces events such as the US Bar Table Championships, Jay Swanson Memorial, US Open One Pocket Championship, US Open 8-Ball Championship and US Open 10-Ball Championship. Visit www.playcsipool.com for more information about CSI and its divisions.

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