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    August 20, 2013 11:24 pmPosted 6 years ago
    Tony C

    Thanks so much for streaming these matches…watched a few of the matches today (including one on my lunch break) and enjoyed it very much.

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    November 9, 2013 9:57 amPosted 6 years ago
    derek kirunchyk

    Thank you for providing a live feed for the US Amateur Championship. Its great to get to watch it since I couldn’t make it to a qualifier this year. I watched a couple matches yesterday and was just reminded of how the commentators may be knowledgable about pool but unfortunately dont know anything about this tournament. I believe the audience would appreciate it if a few things were explained better on the air. To make it to Florida, the participant has to WIN a qualifier bracket at one of the approximate 22-25 locations.
    Here are a few I noticed and hope you guys dont mind to read. Thanks for taking your time to read my rants.
    Each location has numerous brackets and the amount of players signed up at that location determines how many qualify from that location for a total of 127 men and 31 woman. They then include the previous years winners.
    The players that wins the lag can either choose to break or choose the game (8 games of 8 ball or 5 games of 9 ball). The other player picks the game or breaks if they don’t. They do not automatically choose 8 ball, but most of them pick 8 ball first so that they get to play both 8 & 9 ball during the match.
    After the break on 8 ball, you have to keep what you make, otherwise its open.
    A made ball on a push out, must be spotted.
    They don’t have to be an APA member to play, but most players are APA members and skill level 8’s & 9’s.

    Thanks for taking a moment to let me rant a little. Keep up the good work! Thanks!


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