December 19, 2012 (Englewood, CO): The Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) announces its 25th Annual Junior National 9-Ball Championships to be held July 26-29, 2013 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. This special anniversary event will be hosted alongside the CueSports International (CSI) annual amateur and professional events.
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Winners (L) Chris Futrell (1st) and (R) Nick Turner (2nd) The 2012-2013 Pure X Cues All American Tour – presented by the American CueSports Alliance...
WPA World Artistic Pool Championship Joins CSI at the Rio in July 2013 CueSports International, Henderson, Nevada (December 11, 2012) – CueSports International (CSI) is...
With Pro Player Deuel in attendance, presenters are certain other pros will follow suit. The steeper entry fees plus $5,000 in added money are sure to attract players, fans, and enthusiasts alike.
Nationals Juniors Pool Month may have been in September but the fundraising efforts continue. Last month, Simonis Cloth made a $500 contribution to the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) in support of their national campaign. In addition to their kind donation, Simonis also proposed a challenge to the industry and players.
By sending out this information, the ABP suggested that all 3 events have sanctioned or recognized the ABP. That is NOT TRUE. The only event that actually recognized the ABP was the first event. This type of release misleads and confuses the players and the fans.
Chicago, Illinois- The Association of Billiard Professionals is pleased to announce the updated rankings for the ABP. Currently USA’s Mike Dechaine of Maine leads the USA men’s pro tour. Last year’s #1 ranked Shane Van Boening of South Dakota, USA is in close second place and India’s Raj Hundal is in third place being the highest ranked Indian in pool history thus far. Stevie Moore, Dennis Hatch, Brandon Shuff, Shawn Putnam, and Corey Deuel round out the top 8.
Linda Fargo, Licensee
Gold Crown TAP #147
New London, CT
I was reintroduced to the sport of billiards in 1996 by my now husband of 15 years, John Fargo. At that time I was a single Mom with two teenagers. John was a Firefighter for the City of New London, CT, an active partner of the local pool room, Crown Billiards and also a single Dad. John convinced me I should play 8 Ball for the “other” league as a diversion from my job working with adults with disabilities in a Community Experience Program.
OB Cues is very happy to announce that they have signed an agreement with Corey “The Prince of Pool” Deuel as a player representative for OB Cues.
OB Cues is delighted to announce that they have signed an agreement with Alex “The Lion” Pagulayan as a player representative for OB Cues. This...
BEF Launches a Month to Play for the Sport’s Future Stars!
August 10, 2012 (Denver, CO): The Billiard Education Foundation announces September as official Juniors Pool Month across the country. Under new direction, the nonprofit organization is reaching out to pool enthusiasts from coast to coast to help raise money for junior pool programs, including leagues, tournaments, and scholarships and pool in school programs.