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Real Time Feed Page – 2016 Cole Dickson Memorial 10-Ball Tournament!

COLE DICKSON FEATURED FINAL

 

 

 

 

July 2nd-3rd, 2016

Family Billiards – San Francisco, CA 

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  • 2807 Geary Blvd
    SF CA 94118
  • (415) 931-1115
  • *Parking Available on roof, entrance on Wood Street

Cole Dickson – Real Time Feed!

News • Results • Social LinksCOLE DICKSON TRANS

Welcome to the Cole Dickson “Real Time Feed Page” for this live event, streaming on POV Pool’s YouTube Channel! Be sure to bookmark and save this page and follow the updates of this event, as they come in to us. Feel free to share and leave us a comment or feedback and we shall surely get back to you as quickly as possible. 

POV Pool would like to give a special ‘Thank You’ to The Dickson Family, Delbert Wong and all the staff at Family Billiards! POV Pool would also like to thank our sponsors – Tiger Products, Kamui Products, Marty Carey’s Jump Cue, Cheqio Sports and GoPlayPool for their support. 

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Log #3 – July 2nd, 2016 

For the second day of play the races are extended.  Winner’s side matches go to 9 and 1-loss matches go to 8.  We’re down to the top 16 players, all of which are in the money!  After the first round of play today, we will be down to the top 12.

Returning from the Winner’s Side:

  1. Dennis Orcullo
  2. Angelo Inness
  3. Santos Sambajon
  4. Jason Williams
  5. Phil Prentice
  6. John Schmidt
  7. Francis RitaRita
  8. Vilmos Foldes

Returning from the 1-Loss Side:

  1. Rylan Hartnet
  2. Francisco Bustamante
  3. Jaynard Orque
  4. Rodney Morris
  5. Oscar Dominguez
  6. Delbert Wong
  7. James To
  8. Doug Whaley

PAY – OUTS:

1st Place: $2,300

2nd Place: $1,550

3rd Place: $1,025

4th Place: $650

5th-6th Place: $450

7th-8th Place: $300

9th-12th Place: $ 200

13th-16th Place: $125

First on the LIVE STREAM Sunday, Vilmos Foldes vs. Francis RitaRita (winner’s side match).  Vilmos takes the lead at 6 to 2.  Vilmos continues to gear up and extend his lead and defeated Francis 9-2!

Francisco Bustamante quickly started the morning by defeating James To and knocking him out of the tournament.  In the same breadth, Dennis Orcullo beat out Angelo Inness, sending Inness to the 1-Loss side.  Delbert Wong continues, as Rylan Hartnet falls out of the tournament.  And, Doug Whaley, after playing in the tournament until 3am, unfortunately came back Sunday to lose to Jaynard Orque.

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Vilmos Foldes vs. Francis RitaRita

Featured next a 1-Loss match, Francisco Bustamante and the loser of Jason Williams vs. Santos Sambajon.  Santos Sambajon maintained his lead, until Jason won 3 games in a row to tie Sambajon.  Sambajon defeats Williams 9-6, sending Williams to the next argonaut, Francisco Bustamante.  Sambajon will advance on the winner’s side to play Dennis Orcullo.

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Francisco Bustamante took on a tough match against Jason Williams.  Williams stood strong down one at 5-4, but missed a 2ball and couldn’t recover from there.  Bustamante took a break after the following game and came back defeated Williams 9 – 4.

Delbert Wong, owner of Family Billiards defeated Angelo Inness in a hill/hill match, sending him out of the tournament, to then face Francisco Bustamante.  At the same time Francis RitaRita conquered Jaynard Orque, to then move on to play Oscar Dominguez (who defeated Phil Prentice).

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On the Winner’s Side, Dennis Orcullo met up with Santos Sambajon, where Santos maintained a 4-0 lead, but not for long.  Dennis crept back up, but Santos still led 6-3.  Dennis then takes the lead at 7-6, but Santos wins the next game to make it 7-7 and breaking.  After the next game bring Santos gets on the Hill at 7-7.  He then misses the 5ball, to give Dennis the table.  Dennis takes advantage of this and gets to the Hill and has the break.  With a dry break and tough lay-out, Santos tried to be a hero and ends up losing!  John Schmidt got to the hill first playing Vilmos Foldes at 8-4, but Vilmos won a couple games to make it 8-7…Schmidt might have been too much for Foldes and wins 9-7.

The feature table presented a strong Oscar Dominguez who started out the match up 6-0 versus Francis RitaRita.  Francis finally gets a game to make it 6-1, but Oscar was too much for Francis and beat him 8-2.

Francisco Bustamante runs a 4pack!!!  Bustamante came out strong against Delbert Wong making it 7-0 before Delbert even made it to the table!  Bustamante then wins 8-1.

HOT SEAT MATCH! 

John Schmidt vs. Dennis Orcullo

Dennis Orcullo came out feverishly winning two racks in less than 10 minutes, but when John Schmidt got to the table he took advantage. At 4-2, Dennis Orcullo put his car into the next gear going to 6-2, but with a couple innings on the 3ball, John Schmidt takes a ball-in-hand and wins the rack.

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Francisco Bustamante and Oscar Dominguez were then featured on the live stream table with a large audience watching as the two battled it out.  Bustamante got to the hill first 7-2, but not without Oscar winning another game bringing it to 7-4. Oscar was down on the 7ball and misses (which at first looked like a skid)!  Oscar at that point concedes the match to Bustamante.FullSizeRender (1) copy

John Schmidt takes his time to warm up for Francisco Bustamante for 3rd place and $1,025!Bustamante wins the lag, but scratches on his break, but with a bad roll on the 5ball for Schmidt, Bustamante comes back to the table to clear the table. With several innings to the table and mistakes by both players, John Schmidt ties up the match at 1-1. Schmidt scratches on the bracket and Bustamante then runs the table (2-1).  With Django’s fancy maneuvers around the table, he was able to take the fourth rack. Bustamante overtook Schmidt and got to Hill-2.  After John was able to win his 3rd match, Bustamante played a safety.  After what he may have thought was a bad hit on the 1ball, John Schmidt conceded to allow Francisco Bustamante the win.

FINALS!

Dennis ‘RoboCop’ Orcullo

vs.

Francisco ‘Django’ Bustamante

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(One race to 11)

Francisco Bustamante comes out the gate winning the first game, but Dennis checks his 1 and raises him 5 MORE GAMES! After running 3 packs, the score was 6-1.  After Dennis played a successful safety, Bustamante turns to the crowd and says, “that’s all I got!” Dennis then goes back to his regularly scheduled program and wins the game bringing the score to 7-1.  Bustamante jokes with the crowd (being down 8-1), and says, “You can do it, Django!!!” As he misses the 1ball, Bustamante says more quietly, “Shit…I can’t do it.”  But, lucky for him, Dennis missed the 1ball and Francisco was back at the table.  Several innings on the two and hooking himself for the 4ball, Dennis gives up the table to Francisco to win the next game to bring the score to 7-2.  With a little funny foot work through a couple more racks, Dennis eats his 9th meal of the match.  Remember in the call pocket format, each pocket has to be called, so when Bustamante made the 4-ball in a different pocket and Dennis got up, Django jokingly said, “Where are you going?”  With that, Dennis finished off the rack and put himself on the top of the hill.  As Django misses the 8ball, he concedes the match, give Dennis Orcullo the win!

WINNER IS

DENNIS ORCULLO!!!

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Log #2 – July 1st, 2016 

First on the live-stream table was Rodrigo ‘Edgie’ Geronimo vs. Frank Giordano.  Edgie struggled a bit to wake up this morning at the table, but pulls off the win.

Franciso ‘Django’ Bustamante comes up next on the feature table against, a strong local favorite, Jaynard Orque.  Although, Jaynard came out strong and played a great match, but Bustamante was able to get to the hill first and defeat Jaynard 8 – 4.

With so many STRONG players, the match-up featured was Efren ‘Bata’ Reyes vs. John Schmidt.  Reyes starts off with a 2 game lead before Schmidt was able to get on the board, but with a 2-10 combo, Reyes got a third game.  Schmidt shows a lot of heart playing Reyes and ties up the match at 6-6.  Reyes gets to the hill first, but Schmidt doesn’t let the match get away without a fight.  At Hill-Hill, Reyes pushes from the break, but Schmidt gives it back.  Reyes kick safes the one ball, but Schmidt was able make the one and makes a phenomenal 2 ball with the cue ball slightly hooked.  From there the table opens up, for Schmidt to take the match with a 9-10 combo!

Another match not to miss…Rodney ‘the Rocket’ Morris vs. Francisco ‘Django’ Bustamante! Champion after Champion! Morris pulls ahead of Bustamante and defeats him 8-5.

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Jason Williams  starts off with a strong start against Edgie Geronimo with a 3-0 lead, but not for long.  Edgie comes back with 2 games. Williams goes on to extend his lead to 6-3, as Geronimo looks a bit sluggish today.  Williams goes to the hill first at 7-4 and goes on to beat 8-5!

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On the one-loss side, Patrick Rhea vs. Shakey Dave Vincent, racing to 7 were featured on the live-stream table.  Patrick Rhea defeats Dave Vincent and knocks Vincent out of the tournament.

Dennis Orcollo vs. Rodney Morris

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Oscar Dominguez defeats Andi Iwan on the feature table on the 1-Loss side. Dominguez takes the win, to come back on Sunday in the money.

At 1:15am, Doug Whaley and Sajal Ghimire battle it out to see who returns in the final 16! At 3 am, Doug Whaley pulls off the hill-hill win to be able to return Sunday.

Some of the highlights and upsets of today include:

Francisco Bustamante (W) vs. Jaynard Orque (L)

Rodney Morris (W) vs. Francisco Bustamante (L)

Santos Sambajon (W) vs. Oscar Dominguez (L) 8-7

Jason Williams (W) vs. Edgie Geronimo (L)

John Schmidt (W) vs. Efren Reyes (L)

Dennis Orcullo (W) vs. Rodney Morris (L)

Lindsey Dorn (W) vs. Efren Reyes (L), Efren went 2 and out!!

Rylan Hartnet (W) vs. Edgie Geronimo (L) Knocking Edgie out of the tournament!

So, don’t go away or you will miss the EXCITEMENT!

Players List

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Race to 8/7 & Winner’s Break, International 10-Ball Rules

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Players’ Meeting

As the players filter in and practice, the tournament bracket is being created. Follow the Real Time News Feed for photos, stories, results, brackets and much more!

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Log #1 – June 30th, 2016 

This is event #1 of 6 total of “The West Coast Swing” of pool which, will take place throughout July, 2016. Entries are still being taken. Anticipated turnout for this event only (72 players) but open to 128. Tables are freshly covered with Simonis 860 by Ernesto Dominguez. Tournament direction will be done ‘in-house’ – Players meeting will be on July 2nd at 12:00pm / PST.

$2,500 Added Guaranteed / $75 to enter and NO LATE FEES!!! / Entries being taken until the tournament draws!

Confirmed pros entered – (Full Player List Soon!)

  1. Rodney Morris
  2. Edgie Geronimo
  3. Efren Reyes
  4. Francisco Bustamante
  5. Vilmos Foldes
  6. Oscar Dominguez
  7. Dennis Orcullo
  8. John Schmidt

DJANGO TREX
 “The One Pocket Smash Up!” – Live From Good Timez Billiards, Las Vegas – July 19-21

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Bustamante VS Chohan: 1-Pocket Smash Up!

Bustamante vs Chohan POV Pool

July 19th-21st, 2016

Good Timez Billiards – Las Vegas, NV

Author: Geraldine Thibodeau

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POV Pool and Good Timez Billiards in Las Vegas bring you the One-Pocket match up you’ve been waiting for, Francisco “Django” Bustamante vs. Tony “T-Rex” Chohan.  Ok, maybe you haven’t been waiting for it, since you don’t normally consider Francisco Bustamante as a 1-Pocket player; but some inside sources say the pool-world is in for a big surprise! PPV-ACTION-HEADER-MASTER88

We all know that Tony Chohan has been in the One-Pocket news lately.  Chohan took first place at Buffalo Billiard’s, defeating Danny Smith, Alex Pagulayan, and Scott Frost.  Invited to the Accu-Stats “Make it Happen” event, Chohan beat Pagulayan the first round of round robins, but was defeated by Jeremy Jones and then by Shane Van Boening.  He came back to defeat Danny Smith in the final round of play, though.  Some say he is the next big One-Pocket leader, but could it be possible that, after this particular matchup with ‘Django’, you could all end up scratching your heads – ‘Efren’ style?ONE POCKET WEB

Francisco Bustamante is primarily known as a strong rotation player and not for his One-Pocket knowledge, but that doesn’t mean Bustamante doesn’t know the game.  Over his 42 years of playing (it is said that he began playing at the age of 10), Bustamante has acquired many accolades and has been considered one of the world’s best cue sports players.  This being said, with his cue ball control, precise ball pocketing and enormous championship persona, he won’t be letting this match-up slide out of his hands. He’s a BCA Hall of Famer, a 2012 West Coast Challenge One Pocket Champion after besting, Scott Frost, Corey Deuel and John Schmidt. Busti is also a 2013 Derby City ‘Master of the Table’ where he took 1st place in the ‘Banks’ division and 2nd place in the One-Pocket division. Let’s not get the ball twisted too much in Chohan’s favor, folks. A winning ‘hot streak’ is one thing, but compared to years of all around success against the unshakeable Bustamante, Chohan is going to have to dig in, get his ‘GameTight’ or swallow a dose of the ‘Django’ medicine.

True Story: In 2007, Francisco Bustamante played in the Hard Times Billiards (Sacramento) Summer Jamboree.  In the One-Pocket tournament, Bustamante played a young 26 year old, Tony Chohan to send him to the one-loss side.  Tony Chohan made his way through the scenic route to play Bustamante in the finals, just to be defeated again and take second place.

Fast forward nine years and each player has evolved and grown, just to meet again in Las Vegas!  This time, not for a $3,500 first place win, but for a purse of $30,000!July 19 21

Join POV Pool over three days (July 19th – 21st), a race to 21 with T-Rex and Django! Not only will you get to watch two aggressive, fast-paced One-Pocket players, but a crowd of One-Pocket aficionados will be present to analyze and commentate the match for you. The Good Timez venue expects to see heavy spectatorship on both sides, with the inclusion of a large and colorful cast of WSOP (Poker Players) in Las Vegas for the month. V.I.P. seating is limited to only 20 seats, so call Good Timez at (702) 431-0358 now to book it.

PurchLIVE ONase your 3-day “All Access” Pay-per-View pass today and get your free gift!…As well as be entered to win a new POV Pool 2016 Tiger Cue! (Offers only apply to 3-day pass purchases, while supplies last.  Drawing for cue will be announced on July 21st, 2016 on live stream. If refund is issued for the the purchase of the pass, you will be disqualified from the drawing.)

If you will be in Las Vegas during the three days, you can also purchase VIP seating.  Contact Gary Onomura, owner at Good Timez Billiards and he will be happy to assist you with that transaction (702) 431-0358.GoodTimez

A Special thank you to everyone who has went out of their way to make this event happen:

Gary Onomura, owner at Good Timez Billiards

Tony Chohan

Tony Torres, Francisco Bustamante’s manager

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Bustamante vs Chohan POV Pool


Also, thank to our partner companies, for their help with promotional support:

TIGER WEB LOGOTiger Products, Inc. has been generous to work with POV Pool to partner in the 2016 POV Pool Tiger Cue, an exclusive giveaway for this event.  Qualifying 3-Day “All Access Pay-per-View Passes, will automatically be eligible, unless refund is issued at any point through the event.  Tiger Cues are made with care and quality.  Tiger cues are production cues, made with the care and quality of a custom cue maker, but with the consistency of greatness of production cues.

Tiger Sniper tips will also be given away as one of the gifts with purchase of the 3-Day “All-Access” Pay-per-View.  With Tiger Tips, you won’t have any mushrooming and your tip will hold chalk so that you will have less miscues.

All Tiger Products are made in the U.S.A!


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Kamui Tips, USA, has had a continual partnership with POV Pool, the last five years, and has once again supported this event, by working with us to offer Kamui Tip Vouchers as one of the gifts with the purchase of the 3-Day “All Access” Pass.  Kamui Tip Vouchers are good for 1 Kamui Tip at Kamui Certified Installers.  You just pay for the actual installation.

Kamui Tips are layered pig skin leather, in different densities, for the precise hit and cue ball control that you are looking for.  Check out the Kamui Clear tips limit the glue that is absorbed into the bottom layers of the leather.  Kamui also offers gloves so that you too can experience fluidity, quality chalk and the Kamui Gator Grip for your layered tip maintenance.


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Taom Tips has also become one of POV Pool’s newest partnership companies.  With your purchase of a 3-Day “All Access” Pass, you could receive a Taom Break & Jump Tip!

With six colors to choose from, all made of organic materials, you can potentially break harder and jump higher than with other tips!


Gift with purchase of 3-Day “All Access” Pass, is while supplies last.  Choice of gift will not be given.

All purchased 3-Day “All Access” Pay-Per-View Passes, will be automatically entered into a drawing to win a Tiger Classic Cue 2 with POV Pool 2016 engraving.

*TIGER CLASSIC 2 CUE AND FREE GIFT RESTRICTIONS AND CONDITIONS: In order to be fully eligible for a free gift (while supplies last) or the Tiger Classic 2 Cue drawing, you must purchase the ‘All Access’ or 3-Day Access pass for $30. Any refunds to the viewer will disqualify eligibility from the free gift promotion and drawing of the Tiger ‘Classic 2 Cue’. Viewers do not have to be present to win, but must be enrolled in our ‘All Access’ subscription. Please fill out the simple registration question with your shipping address in the text box while purchasing the event online. An email address will be randomly drawn to receive our Tiger Classic 2 Cue giveaway at the end of the event. All free gift items will be shipped on July 29th. Email notifications will be sent out to the viewer once the order is processed.

 

 

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