Next Stop on the Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour
Turning Stone Classic XXXIII 9-Ball Open
Mid Season Championship

January 9-12, 2020
$25,000 Added
$150 Entry Fee for current tour members
$200 Entry Fee for non-members
Call Turning Stone Resort Casino 800-771-7711 - reservations
Call Mike Zuglan 518-356-7163 - entry info

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2019-20 Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour Top 5 Points Leaders
(Standings through Stop #7 - updated 11/12/19)

1st Ron Casanzio 780
2nd Jeremy Sossei 755
3rd Bucky Souvanthong 730
4th Bruce Nagle 530
5th Brad Guthrie 250
Full Standings
 
 
 
L-R Mike Zuglan, Fu Che-Wei, Lin Ta-Li and Snookers owner Steve Goulding
 
Lin Leads Chinese Taipei Contingent at Ocean State 9-Ball Championship

The team of players from Chinese Taipei did not have a good trip to the United States for the International 9-Ball Open, with Ko Ping-Chung’s 5th place finish as the best performance by one of the group’s players. Their results at the Joss NE 9-Ball Tour’s Ocean State 9-Ball Championship on November 9th - 10th at Snookers in Providence RI, was much better. Five of the six Chinese Taipei players cashed in the Ocean State event, with four of them in the top six spots.

Saturday matches narrowed the field of seventy-three players down to just twelve. The winner’s side came down to Fu Che-Wei, Lin Ta-Li, Suad Kantaravic, and recent Junior Invitational 9-Ball Champion Lukas Fracasso-Verner. Both players from Chinese Taipei then advanced with Fu beating Verner 9-2 and Lin over Kantaravic 9-6. Lin then defeated Fu 9-3 for the hot-seat.

Sunday matches on the one-loss side saw Hsu Kai-Lun eliminating Mike Giurleo and Frankie Hernandez before losing a 7-3 decision to Kantaravic. The other half of the one-loss side saw Chang Yu-Lung over Ron Casanzio and Chiang Chen-Yu before being eliminated in 5th place by Verner. Verner sent Kantaravic to the seats in 4th place with a hill-hill win but then dropped the semi-final match to Fu 7-2.

The all Chinese Taipei final match went one set with Lin repeating his hot-seat win over Fu 9-5 for first place.

Sunday’s second chance tournament was won by Francisco Cabral, who went undefeated and didn’t allow an opponent more than one rack against him all day. Cabral defeated Mike Salerno 3-1 for the hot-seat and 3-1 again in the finals.

The next Joss NE 9-Ball Tour stop will be the Turning Stone Classic XXXIII on January 9th - 12th. That event is now full. Any player who didn’t get their entry paid can contact Mike Zuglan to get on the waiting list.

Main Event
1 TPE LIN Ta Li 2,500
2 TPE FU Che-Wei 1,800
3 USA FRACASSO-VERNER Lukas 1,400
4 USA KANTARAVIC Suad 1,100
5 TPE CHANG Yu-Lung 700
5 TPE HSU Kai Lun 700
7 USA HERNANDEZ Frankie 550
7 TPE CHIANG Chen-Yu 550
9 USA DUPUIS Joe 400
9 USA CASANZIO Ron 400
9 USA GIURLEO Mike 400
9 USA D'ALFONSO Tom 400
13 USA MINICHELLO Mike 250
13 USA PRATHER Jim 250
13 USA GUREVICH Alex 250
13 USA SOSSEI Jeremy 250

Second Chance Event
1 USA CABRAL Francisco 340
2 USA SALERNO Mike 220
3 USA SHLEMPERIS Dave 140
4 USA MCAULIFFE Kerry 100
5 USA JEVONS Darren 60
5 USA MONTGOMERY Geoff 60
 
 
 
 
 
 
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