New Divisions and More Money Added to 18th U.S. Bar Table Championships in 2011
In 2011 the U.S. Bar Table Championships will be expanded to include Women’s 10-Ball and Women’s All Around bonuses. Event producer, CueSports International (CSI), is also adding more money to total $25,250 added. Celebrating its 18th anniversary, the event will be held February 21-27, 2011 at the tournament’s long time host location, Terrible’s Sands Regency Casino Hotel in Reno, Nevada.
The popular bar table event has grown substantially in the past couple of years. In 2010 the event drew slightly over 500 players, a 27% increase from 2009. Starting in 2011 the tournament will feature the following divisions:
Open All Around Bonuses to the top three (3) point leader
Women’s All Around Bonuses to the top two (2) point leaders
To be eligible for either the Open or Women’s All Around Bonus points, a player must compete in all three of the respective divisions.
The room block rates for the U.S. Bar Table Championships at Terrible’s Sands Regency are very low and sell out quickly. The 2011 rates based are $18 Sunday – Thursday and $40 Friday and Saturday, and they require a one night advance deposit. Call 1-866-386-7829 to reserve your room with block code POOLBAR-FEB11.
For more information, view the event flyer and the entry form visit www.playbca.com or www.playcsipool.com.
Starting in early 2011, CSI will be able to accept online registration for all CSI independent events including the “Swanee”, U.S. Bar Table Championships, the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship, and the 12th U.S. One Pocket Championship.
CueSports International is dedicated to creating more choices for all players. CSI is the parent company of the BCA Pool League and the USA Pool League. CSI also produces independent events such as the U.S. Bar Table Championships, the Jay Swanson Memorial, the U.S. Open One Pocket Championship and the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship. Visit www.playcsipool.com, www.playbca.com and www.playusapool.com for more information about CSI and its divisions.