2012 DR. CUE CLASSIC ARTISTIC CUP VI

 

2012 DR. CUE CLASSIC ARTISTIC CUP VI

(Special Player Invite Artistic Pool Event)

 PROFESSIONALISM!!    SPORTSMANSHIP!!    ENTERTAINMENT!!

 Historical link to players of all levels

  • Family style reunion atmosphere
  • Unique player camaraderie / fan interaction
  • Ambassador demeanor and image
  • Magnetic “sport and show” foundation

 

  • Special event player registration fee
  • Over $10,000 in prize fund value (money / awards)
  • Guaranteed payouts with money paid to all places
  • Special player awards ceremony – enjoyed by all

 

  • High percentage make rate shot / challenge program
  • Original format – 40 challenges (5 per discipline) performed for event
  • No playoffs – overall / discipline champions determined after 40 challenges
  • No APTSA national rankings and no WPA world rankings

 

  • Entertainment night for players, fans, media, and sponsors
  • Special “victory” challenge during event – open to all
  • Prizes galore, raffles, give-a-ways – player and fan friendly
  • And, so much more – special moments in billiard history

2012 DR. CUE CLASSIC ARTISTIC CUP VI

Artistic Pool “Sport and Show” Player Reunion

PLUS

DR. CUE SPECIAL “VICTORY” CHALLENGE

~ IN ASSOCIATION WITH ~ DR. CUE CLASSIC ARTISTIC POOL “SPORT & SHOW” TOUR,

FOUNDATION OF RACK, ARTISTIC POOL PLAYING ARTISTS (APPA)

 7 tables minimum (for timely practice / play scheduling) – 7’ (open play – light chalk grid)

  • 24 players minimum accepted from “invitation” list(s) regardless of skill level / rankings
  • Special “Victory” Challenge – open to everyone with qualified player scores to finals
  • 40 shots / challenges scored plus 2 tiebreakers (as needed) from Master Challenge Program
  • Original “golf course” format with no playoff rounds – 9 champions based on score totals  

 

Note:  The Dr. Cue Artistic Cup Master Challenge Program includes all shots / challenges used for the Dr. Cue Classic Artistic Cup VI (Available by email: drcue@artisticpool.org)

 Cup VI / Dr. Cue Guaranteed Player Prize Fund (Positional / Special Payouts):

 1                    $     1500.00 + Cup Award

2                         1250.00 + Cup Award

3                            1000.00 + Cup Award            Note:  All awards provided by Dr Cue Promotions

4                           750.00 + Cup Award

5 – 8                            500.00 each ($2000 total)

9  – 16                250.00 each ($2000 total)   

17 – last                125.00 each ($1000.00 total minimum)           

 8 Discipline Champions:  $ 100.00 each ($800 total) + Award for each

  • Perfect Discipline (30 points): $ 25.00 each (no limit – Cup V had 8 of them)
  • 2 Sportsmanship Recipients: Medal / Special Prize – 1 by player vote / 1 by director selection

 Total Payout (24 player field minimum):  $ 9,500.00 + Discipline Total: $ 800.00 (minimum)

 Funding Notes, Plus Special Player / Audience Amenities: 

  • $100 special event registration fee – per invite acceptance and pre-arranged payment
  • All raffle sales income will go to the APPA Player Incentives and Training / Audience Entertainment Program – used for special funding and select “charity” contributions. 
  • Dr. Cue will offer a Master Challenge Program forum / entertainment show during the event
  • Each entrant is designated as an APPA (Artistic Pool Playing Artists) player and receives a Dr. Cue “Goodie Bag” / Welcome Package with select participation gifts
  • Select prizes via no cost drawings / give – a – ways for players and audience members
  • RACK ROOM special “fellowship” features for players / fans / sponsors / media guests
  • And much more, including special “reunion style” moments & memories in billiard history!!

 

2012 DR. CUE CLASSIC ARTISTIC CUP VI

(Event Schedule and Details)

Location / Venue – Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219

 Host Site Contact – John Schoonveld – 317.259.7665 (B) or 317.716.7665 (C) / jschoonvel@aol.com

 Event Promoters – Tom “Dr. Cue” and Marty “Ms. Cue” Rossman

 Promoter Contact – 765.795.4968 (H) / 765.760.7665 (C) / drcue@artisticpool.org

 A) Thursday (12/29/12) – (1:00PM to 10:00PM) – Player Practice and Early Registration

B) Thursday (12/29/12) – (6:00PM – 10:00PM) – “Open” Training Forum on “Cup” Shots + Dr. Cue Show

Note:  This session is for any event player or fan that wants to attend and based on available table!

C) Friday (11/30/12) – (11:00AM – 1:00PM) – Opening Ceremonies (RACK Room)

Note:  Includes “Dr. Cue” welcome message, confirmed registration list, players’ meeting, special prizes, group draw, and schedule postings for competition rounds (Players are encouraged to attend)

D) Friday (11/30/12) – (3:00PM to 7:00PM) – Round #1 for all players (Trick/Fancy & Special Arts)

Note:  Starting at this time allows players to fly in early on Friday, if necessary.

E) Friday (11/30/12) – (8:00PM to 10:00PM) – Round #2 start (Draw & Follow)

F) Saturday (12/1/12) – (11:00AM to 1:00PM) – Round #2 completion (Draw & Follow)

G) Saturday (12/1/12) – (2:00PM to 6:00PM) – Round #3 for all players (Bank / Kick & Stroke)

H) Saturday (12/1/12) – (7:00PM to 10:00PM) – Entertainment / Media Night  / Special Challenge Finals

I) Sunday (12/2/12) – (8:00AM to 9:00AM) – Sunrise Fellowship Service / Refreshments (RACK Room)

J) Sunday (12/2/12) – (10:00AM to 12:00Noon) – Round #4 (Jump & Masse) – lowest scores after 3 rounds

K) Sunday (12/2/12) – (12:00Noon to 2:00PM) – Round #4 (Jump & Masse) – middle scores after 3 rounds

L) Sunday (12/2/12) – (2:00PM to 4:00PM) – Round #4 (Jump & Masse) – highest scores after 3 rounds

M) Sunday (12/2/12) – (4:00PM to 5:00PM) – Tiebreaker rounds as needed (overall / discipline)

Scoring Note: Play by play scoring updates via large board process or electronic system and displayed for audience viewing…providing excitement for spectators and players.  

N) Sunday (12/2/12) – (5:00PM to 6:00PM) – Cup VI Awards + Special Presentation To Cue-Dean-E

Search Honoree for 2012 (RACK Room)

Special Note:  Overall event schedule subject to slight changes by event directors!

 

LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

AIRPORT:      Indianapolis International Airport

  • Physical Address: 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46241

  • Website: www.indianapolisairport.com
  • Phone: 317.487.7243 (customer service)

 Directions: Located off I-70 via Exit 68 just five minutes west of I-465.

  • Approximately 30 minutes west of the venue location
  • Located 10 minutes from downtown Indianapolis

LODGING OPTIONS AND GROUND TRANSPORTATION

Venue Lodging (All activities will take place inside the following hotel):

 Indianapolis Marriott East

7202 East 21st Street

Indianapolis, IN 46219

 Phone: 317.352.1231

Fax: 317.352.9775

Website: www.marriott.com/inddt

 Alternate Lodging (Very short walk across parking lot to Cup VI venue):

 La Quinta Hotel

7304 East 21st Street

Indianapolis, IN 46219

 Phone: 317.359.1021

 SPECIAL RATE NOTE FOR BOTH HOTELS – WE WILL PROVIDE SPECIFIC RATES AND ANY APPLICABLE CODES FOR “BEST” RATE ONCE KNOWN.

 

Equipment:

  • WPA specifications for all equipment
  • No limit on number of cues that can be used
  • Shaft(s) can be changed at any time
  • 40-inch minimum jump and masse cues are allowed
  • All props and balls must be from venue and / or promoter inventory
  • 3 minimum – 7 foot Diamond tables for actual competition w/chalk grid lines
  • 3 minimum – 7 foot Diamond tables for practice w/o chalk grid lines
  • Playfield size of tables – 40 inches x 80 inches
  • Slate thickness of tables – 1 inch
  • Ball sets – TV Pro Cup with Cue Ball (Promoter provided for event rounds)
  • Ball cleaner – Aramith Ball Cleaner with Aramith Micro-fiber cloths
  • Table cloth – Simonis 860 or similar
  • Ball racks – Diamond wood
  • Bill for Stroke # 4 Challenge provided by event director
  • Master blue chalk must be used during all event rounds and practice
  • New “prop” chalk as may be required will be piece without “well” usage
  • Table judge / event director will clean object / cue balls by player request
  • Event director has full authority over all equipment / inquiries at venue site

Dress “Up” Requirements (Dr. Cue Classic “Artistic” Cup Events)

     The dress code below is for the players during the competition AND when YOU may elect to perform during designated “show” times.  Please wear your most colorful outfits to reflect the beauty and special player styles connected to Artistic Pool.

 MEN:

  • Dress slacks (any color) – no jeans of any type
  • Dress shirt (any color)
  • Vest (any color)
  • Tie – bow or regular (any color) – optional
  • Dress socks (any color) – no anklets
  • Dress shoes (any color) – no sneakers or tennis shoes *

WOMEN:

  • Slacks / Capri – style pants, culottes, skirts, or sleeved dresses of conservative length
  • Any colored blouse with sleeves
  • Vest (any color) – optional
  • Tie – bow or regular (any color) – optional
  • Dress socks (any color) or nylons
  • Dress shoes or sandals (any color) – no sneakers or tennis shoes *

* Headgear (hats / caps), plus open – toed shoes or other “special” footwear may only be worn for 

  medical reasons and must be approved prior to event.

Special Provision: 

Players may wear professional attire signifying a trademark processed and select entertainment accepted “character” image.  Specific “special” apparel must be director approved prior to event.