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Tuesday Top 16 : Daniel Wins

Tuesday Top 16 : Daniel Wins


A quality performance from Germany’s Daniel Levadi saw him win our Tuesday 10 Ball Grand Final for Season 18 on Saturday night.

From the maximum field of 16 players, he played superbly all night long to win five straight matches and claim the 1st Prize of 10000 baht.

He hardly broke sweat against any of his opponents, recording impressive wins over Benz Mornor, Andy Hall and myself en route to the final.

He was taken to a deciding rack only once, in his third match of the evening with Aussie Adam Lux, which he won by 9 racks to 3 (race 9-4).

In the final he beat Megabreak’s own Barrie Sherman by 5 racks to 2 (race to 5), to seal victory and lift the trophy.

Barrie also played well to reach the final, having to win three matches on the One Loss Side of the draw to get there, before finding Daniel too hot to handle, and pocketed 6000 baht as Runner-Up.

Roll of Honour ;

Champion : Daniel (A+7) – 10000 baht.
Runner-Up : Barrie (A+7) – 6000 baht.
3rd Place : Me (Pro) – 4000 baht.
4th Place : Adam Lux (A+2) – 3000 baht.
Equal 5th Place : Tommy Fineman (A+7) and Andy Hall (A+5) – 2000 baht each.
Equal 7th Place : Harry Arefjell (A+4) and Peter Pellack (A+1) – 1000 baht each.

The Player Auction Prize Pot totalled 17100 baht and was won for the 3rd consecutive tournament by Birthday Boy Tommy Fineman!!

He paid 1300 baht for our champion, and they shared the 1st payout of 7000.

1st (40%) : Tommy (Daniel) – 7000 baht.
2nd (30%) : Andy Hall (Barrie) – 5100 baht.
3rd (18%) : Kanchana Chinboot (Me) – 3000 baht.
4th (12%) : Gerhard Schebler (Adam) – 2000 baht.

Tues Top 16 : Gerhard Wins

Tues Top 16 : Gerhard Wins

TUESDAY 10 BALL GRAND FINAL : GERHARD WINS. Congratulations go to Germany’s Gerhard Schebler for winning our Tuesday 10 Ball Grand Final for Season 17 on Saturday night. Gerhard, who is probably better known for his Chess prowess than his pool playing skills, played very well all night long to go undefeated through five straight matches and… Continue Reading