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The 2013 – West Coast Swing and POV Pool Update!

May 9th, 2013
West Coast, United States! 
 

Breaking news:

Another event will be unofficially added to the West Coast Swing this year on June 29th, held at Family Billiards in San Francisco. This event is to honor the recent passing of Cole Dickson. For more information on this $4,000 Added event, please visit the Cole Dickson Memorial Tournament event page on Facebook. 

Cole Dickson Memorial Tournament

June 29th-30th, 2013 (Saturday-Sunday)
$50.00 Entry
Double Elimination
Race to 9 on the win side
Race to 7 on the loss side
$4000.00 Added (Minimum)
Registration 11am-1pm
Practice 12pm-1pm
Matches begin at 1pm
 

The 2013 West Coast Swing Report!

Predictions of an extremely hot summer this year will welcome yet another swing of players ‘galore’ on the west coast of the United States. Normally occurring in springtime,  this 4th annual ‘West Coast Swing’ has now been moved to the summertime in order to work around the ‘BCA National Championships’ schedule which takes place in late July at the newly contracted Rio All Suites Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas. That being said, the ‘swing’ will still accomodate a trifecta of major events shared by the states of California and Nevada and will boast a prize fund of at least $80,000 between them. 

Different Players Anticipated

This years’ attendance at these events should be something to note due to the newly formed World Professional Billiard League or WPBL, (The Home Of Bonus Ball). With 12 teams of pro players from all over the world and with the ‘swing’ right in the middle of the ‘Bonus Ball’ broadcast schedule, it seems we should see a lively yet mixed attendance of top players scheduling these events between their ‘on’ and ‘off” time of Bonus Ball appearances. For instance, for an event in early July, Bonus Ball teams’ Chicago Rockets (Mika Immonen, Rodney Morris, Raj Hundal, Karl Boyes) should be available to play The West Coast Challenge event in Mountain View, but Bonus Ball would prevent them from appearing at Hard Times Billiards on the following week. At the Hard Times 10-Ball event, we might see a new swing of players from Bonus Ball teams, ‘Atlanta Scorpions’ (Johnny Archer, Dennis Hatch, Shannon Daulton) or the ‘Houston Hustlers’ (Jeremy Jones, Justin Hall and Chip Compton). As a likely result of this rather interesting schedule of events, a ‘winning sweep’ of The West Coast Swing by a small handful of players should not be anticipated. With 12 teams of bonus ball players (40 players in all) in Las Vegas during the swing, you can be assured that 40 top pros are already deciding how to best spend their off-time at Bonus Ball to keep their games in top shape. It is highly recommended that players and readers read and contribute to pertinent forums in order to follow the players and tournament schedules. 

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 West Coast Swing – Overview

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Stop #1 – The West Coast Challenge!
$4,000 Added One-Pocket / July 3rd-5th
$10,000 Added 10-Ball / July 5th-7th
The California Billiard Club 
881 E. Camino Real 
Mountain View, CA 94040
(650) 965-3100
 
Stop #2 – Hard Times 10-Ball Open!
$10,000 Added / July 12th-14th
Hard Times Billiards (South)
17450 Bellflower Blvd. 
Bellflower, CA 90706
(562) 876-7733
 
 
Stop #3  – CSI’s, Open Events
$60,000 Added / July 17th-27th
The Rio All Suites Hotel/Casino
3700 W. Flamingo Ave. 
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(866) 746-7671
 
 
 
 

The West Coast Challenge

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$4,000 Added One-Pocket. July 3rd-5th. 

$10,000 Added 10-Ball. July 5th-7th.

*Shane VanBoening is confirmed for this tournament!

Not to be confused with the West Coast Swing itself, this years’ high ranking action action will commence on July 3rd in Mountain View, California for The 2013 West Coast Challenge held at The California Billiard Club and brought to you by the newly founded  ‘California Cue-Sports‘ organization (Owners, Chris Swart and Michael Reddick). Additional sponsors of the event include, Play The Game Clothing and John Henderson’s Cue Sports Journal. The prize fund matches last years’, with the inclusion of two self-sanctioned spots to compete in the third leg of the swing at CSI’s Open One-Pocket and Open 10-Ball events. It’s truly awesome to have California Billiard Club owner, Chris Swart’s support of the billiard community by providing this fantastic, 5 day event which will also be streamed live on www.POVPool.com

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The 4th Annual Hard Times 10-Ball Open 

10B2013$10,000 Added 10-Ball. July 12th-14th POV Pool returns once again to Hard Times Billiards in Bellflower, CA to bring you live coverage of the 4th annual ‘Hard Times 10-Ball Open’. Another huge bonus to the event follows the announcement of sponsorship by apparel company Crooks & Castles, who have agreed to contribute an additional $5,000 to the prize fund bringing in a total of $10,000 added. This fund should attract enough players to fill the bracket open to 96 players. The event will last for 3 days, be live-streamed on www.POVPool.com with special guest appearances by some notable personalities. For more information on this event or for entries and other questions, please visit the Hard Times Ten Ball Facebook Event Page

 
 
 

CueSports International’s 2013 U.S. Open Events!

$10,000 Added One-Pocket. July 17th-20th

$25,000 Added 10-Ball. July 19th-23rd

$25,000 Added 8-Ball. July 23rd-27th

 And finally, rounding off this year’s West Coast Swing will be the CSI Open events which occur for the first time at The Rio All Suites Hotel/Casino. After a long run of 19 years at the Riviera Hotel/Casino the 37th BCA National Championships and CSI Open events have officially moved to the new venue, which has never officially hosted a pool related event of this magnitude since the casino was built in 1979. All BCA participants who enter events this year will enjoy free entry into the CSI Open events being held there and can also enjoy watching the streamed matches in rooms booked at the Rio All Suites. Sponsored by Diamond Tables, Simonis Cloth and Predator Cues, this years CSI Open events will consist of 8-Ball, One-Pocket and 10-Ball. With additional sponsorship by The American Cue-Maker’s Association we shall enjoy some of the world’s best players in the first 8-Ball tournament of its kind for these CSI, U.S. Open events. CSIOpens    

For more information on the CSI Open events, please visit the Cue Sports International website at: http://www.playcsipool.com/ 

Live Streams Watch!

As POV Pool begins to set roots in Las Vegas there is a schedule of streams forming which are very good pitstops for players and fans to get additional news and updates as to what is happening in the pool world, as it’s happening. 

POV Pool thanks, past supporters of its live streams and is looking forward to covering the action wherever it may transpire. 

Please feel free to save these dates for more updates on The West Coast Swing and for great matches, as they happen. 

May 26th (Hard Times Sunday, Bellflower) Regular Sunday, 9-Ball
June 12th (Pool Sharks, Las Vegas) / TEST STREAM 
June 22nd – 23rd (Pool Sharks, Las Vegas) / POTS & PANS OPEN
July 3rd – 7th (California Billiard Club, Mountain View) WEST COAST CHALLENGE
July 12th – 14th (Hard Times, Bellflower) HARD TIMES 10-BALL
August 2nd – 4th (Eagles Lodge, Helena Montana) EARL/SHANE  THE DECIDER

 

 

POV Pool Is On The Move!

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May 1st, 2013
Somewhere in Las Vegas, Nevada
 
 As a live stream broadcaster, billiard content provider, and owner-operator of
Point Of View Pool Media, I have made the business decision to re-locate our
headquarters to Las Vegas, Nevada. Tentative move date is April 15th, 2013. POV
Pool will officially re-open in ‘Sin-City’ as of May 1st, 2013.
 
 In just 18 months of operation, Point Of View Pool Media has streamed live pool
action throughout the west coast of the United States at almost every major
independent pool tournament from more than a dozen billiard venues including
Hard Times Billiards, The California Billiard Club, On-Cue, Butera’s Billiards,
Stix Billiards, The Broken Rack and more.
 
 POV Pool’s success on YouTube has grown exponentially, reaching over 2,700 new
subscribers to date with almost 750,000 views. Our events have featured most
of the world’s top professional players – Efren Reyes, Francisco Bustamante,
Alex Pagulayan, Dennis Orcullo, Ronnie Alcano, Rodney Morris, Oscar and Ernesto
Dominguez Stevie Moore, Raj Hundal, Jayson Shaw, Jose Parica, Darren Appleton,
Scott Frost – and the list goes on.
 
 I believe that cue-sports in America is ready to step up to a new level of
exposure and acceptance. Historically, Las Vegas has been the nucleus for
ventures like billiards and other gaming activities to re-generate their
popularity. It is a city that attracts and maintains many talented individuals
and companies in both the entertainment and sports fields.
 
 As far back as the late 80’s, the billiard world has suffered a number of set-
backs which have hindered this great sport from surviving in the mainstream media.
POV Pool’s long term goal is to help generate new and expanded interest in this
sport on a global scale. With the rapid growth of social media broadcasting, the
timing is right for the great game of pool to re-establish it’s former greatness
via extensive live broadcast events that not only will increase interest in
the sport, but will attract and provide proper exposure, growth and return on
investment for major sponsors and media distributors.
 
 There is a huge amount of pool activity throughout the United States. POV Pool
plans to be “on the move”, continuing to schedule our usual live streams at west
coast venues, and also broadening our exposure to cover more events across the
country, and eventually other parts of the world.
 
 We are looking for long term sponsorship and/or investment in POV. The rapid 
expansion of our audience volume and positive feedback that we constantly receive 
underscores the fact that there is, without question, a large audience who love this 
great game and are looking for more events to watch. This also positive, indicates the high
potential for good return on sponsorship and advertising investment.
 
 POV Pool Media is dedicated to bringing back the glory days of pool. With our
re-location to Las Vegas, we look forward to being your first stop for pool
action!
 
Warmest Regards,
 
Daniel Busch
 
Owner
Point Of View Pool Media
“Uniting The Billiard World From All Points Of View!”
www.povpool.com
povpool@gmail.com
ph: (310) 923-6639
 
Postal Address – To Be Announced

Shane VanBoening Double Dips The Rum-Runner!

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March 26th, 2013
The Rum Runner Lounge
1801 E. Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 736-6366 

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A big congratulations to Shane VanBoening and Jeremy Jones, who took 1st and 2nd place, respectively this weekend, earning the top two prizes of $6,000 and $3,000 at the “Andy Mercer Memorial 9-Ball Tournament”!

The Rum Runner Lounge in Las Vegas – home of ‘The Andy Mercer Memorial 9 Ball Tournament’, celebrated its 23rd annual, 3-day event to a packed house of players and spectators, gunning for yet another weekend of the toughest ‘bar-box’, 9 ball performances of our time.

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A 64-player field, studded with an almost equal ratio of professional giants and hopeful killers in their wake, Mosconi Cup veteran and 2003, U.S. Open Champion, Jeremy Jones from Baytown, Texas took the high road to the Hot-Seat of the event, facing off with Shane VanBoening on the final day, only to get ‘double-dipped’ in two races to 6, ending in scores of 6-3 and 6-0. Shane’s electrifying display of cue ball control and one lucky shot on the 7-ball kept Jeremy in his chair for most of the finals. Jeremy’s visits to the table were somewhat undeserved, having only a few opportunities to kick, play safe or push away.

Donnie and Johnny Meet The Giants!

3rd place winner, Donnie Branson looked very promising on day three and facing off with with both winners. First, knocking Shane to the one-loss side (6-2), only to follow up with his first loss to Jeremy Jones (6-4). Donnie’s next match ended with Shane serving a rather bitter pill of 6 games in a row (6-0), reducing Donnie to the 3rd place position.

5th/6th place winner, Johnny Kang’s draw was tough form the ‘get-go’, immediately defeating jim Blakeman (6-2) and Sal Butera (6-5) on Day 1, followed by Frank ‘The Barber’ Almanza (6-5) on Day 2. On day 3, Johnny suffered his first loss to Donnie Branson (6-2), only to forge ahead two more wins to Ramin Bahktiari (6-5), Oscar Dominguez (6-3) and finally losing to Ronnie Alcano (6-5)

 

Watch Out For The Volcano!

4th place winner, Ronnie ‘Volcano’ Alcano had some well deserved wins against King-Kong’ (6-5) and the ‘Giant Killer’, Ray Skenandore (6-5) and then to Johnny Kang on the one-loss (6-5). Ronnie was untouched until day three, took his first loss against Jeremy Jones (6-4) and finally his second loss to a rather determined Shane (6-3) who had nothing on his mind but to defend his 2-time consecutive championship title.

 

Max Runs 6 Straight Racks After King-King Refuses The Push!

7th/8th place winner Max Eberle, astounded the crowd with 6 straight racks, run from the break against Bernardo ‘King-Kong’ Chavez, who refused a push-out by Max on the first rack. King-Kong sat Screen shot 2013-03-26 at 8.26.35 PMin his chair, writhing and hopeful for a shot, getting up only to rack the balls each time Max closed out. This match was streamed live, commentated by Daniel Busch and Lenny Marshall and can be viewed on demand at POV Pool’s YouTube Channel.

 

Max’s historic performance on POV Pool was a well deserved one, after losing in the first round of play on day one to Donnie Branson (6-5), then beating Brian Miller (6-2), King Kong (6-0), Ismael ‘Morro’ Paez (6-0), Thomas Butler (6-0), Fach Garcia (6-1), Mitch Ellerman (6-2) and then losing to Ernesto Dominguez (6-4).

 

Congrats To Team Mexico!

Happy Birthday Oscar Dominguez, who turns 28 today! Oscar earned his 7th/8th place position just underneath his father’s finish at 5th/6th place. Oscar’s wins included a streamed match with Brett Lee (6-3). He then beat Ramin Bahktiari  (6-1), Fach Garcia (6-1), lost to Shane (6-2), eliminated Sal Butera from the one-loss (6-3), and finally getting ousted by Johnny Kang (6-3).

 

Also hit early to the one-loss was Ernesto Dominguez, who notched his belt a number of tough matches against Southwest Cues’, Al Lawrence (6-4), Frank Almanza (6-5), POV Pool’s night-time commentator, Joshua Edgar (6-2), Max Eberle (6-5) until finally losing to Shane in a hill/hill match.

 

Live Streamed Matches

Sponsored by Kamui Tips, The Orange County APA, John English and The Public House 1739, there were almost 40 recorded matches which were streamed live by Daniel Busch of www.povpool.com, which will begin posting to YouTube sometime next week. POV Pool would like to thank it’s commentators for some excellent coverage of this event: Justin Acker, James Murphy, Stacy Allsup, Jeremy Jones, Mitch Ellerman, Lenny Marshall, Robert Leblanc, Frank Almanza, Jimmy ‘Pretty Boy Floyd’ Mataya, Joshua Edgar’s, ‘POV Pool, After Dark’ show, Don McClelland, John English and many, many other players and spectators who joined in, to say hello on the stream and pay tribute to the late, Andy Mercer, who may very well be smiling upon us.

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Special Thanks!

Thanks also to Geno Hill, Gordy Hill, Jim Blakeman, Mike Ganz, the Rum Runner Staff and many other new friends and strangers who made this event possible. Additional promotional support and thanks go to Max Eberle’s Pro Academy, Ramin Bahktiari and MaryAnn Starkey of GoPlayPool, Amy Encinias and Nichole of Vegas Billiards Buzz Forums, AZ Billiards, Alvin Nelson, JR Calvert of Inside Pool Magazine.

 

 

Results and Payouts

 

1st                        $6,000            Shane VanBoening
 
2nd                      $3,000            Jeremy Jones
Losing 6-3, 6-0 to Shane VanBoening
 
3rd                       $1,700            Donnie Branson
Losing 6-0 to Shane VanBoening
 
4th                         $1,000           Ronnie Alcano
Losing 6-3 to Shane VanBoening
 
5th/6th            $700                   Johnny Kang
Losing 6-5 to Ronnie Alcano
                                                          Ernesto Dominguez
Losing 6-5 to Shane VanBoening
 
7th/8th            $500                  Oscar Dominguez
Losing 6-3 to Johnny Kang
                                                          Max Eberle
Losing 6-4 Ernesto Dominguez
 
9th/12th             $350                Ramin Bahktiari
Losing 6-5 to Johnny Kang
                                                          Sal Butera
Losing 6-3 to Oscar Dominguez
                                                           Mitch Ellerman
Losing 6-2 to Max Eberle
                                                            Edgar Jackson
Losing 6-2 to Ernesto Dominguez
 
13th/16th            $250                 Ray Skenandore
Losing 6-3 to Ramin Bahktiari
                                                             Walter Glass
Losing 6-5 to Sal Butera 
                                                              Fach Garcia
Losing 6-1 to Max Eberle
                                                              Tres Kane
Losing 6-4 to Ernesto Dominguez

Preparations underway for of this weekend’s, ‘Andy Mercer’ 9-Ball!

March 22nd, 23rd & 24th

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Rum Runner Lounge
1801 E. Tropicana Ave.
Paradise, NV 89119
702-736-6366
 
www.rumrunnervegas.com
 Streamed on: ustream.tv/channel/povpool.com
 

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Always a packed house! Always a cast of characters! 

One of the most prestigious independent events for any professional player to chalk up, is the ‘Andy Mercer Memorial 9-Ball Tournament’. Aptly named, “The Rum Runner”, which takes in the southeast corner of Las Vegas at the Rum Runner Lounge on Tropicana Ave, this 64 player field is an event which consistently hosts a tapestry of the best pool players in recorded history. Past winner’s include, the late Danny Medina (’93 & 2000), Jose Parica (’98), Warren Kiamko, Jim Blakeman (’94, ’04 & ’05), Ismael ‘Morro’ Paez (’99, ’06 & ’07), Joe Alvarez (’94), Ernesto Dominguez (’10) and some of the younger greats of our time like Shane VanBoening (’09, ’11 & ’12) and Brian Parks (’08).  

 

Jim Blakeman: The finishing touches on Rum Runner tables.

Jim Blakeman: The finishing touches on Rum Runner tables.

 Since 1991, Andy Mercer’s memory has been celebrated by what seems to be an ‘inner circle’ of top players who visit year after year.  “The Rum Runner has been attended by almost half of its field since it began 23 years ago.”, says 3 time Rum Runner winner, Jim Blakeman. “It has become a reunion of players and friends… A truly special event.” 

Free Live Stream! 

This year, the venue’s owner Geno Hill has given permission to allow the event to be live-streamed by Daniel Busch and Point Of View Pool, which will be made available for the public to view for free on www.povpool.com. It will be a 3 day stream, which could possibly run 24 hours a day from POV Pool’s Ustream Channel and includes a ‘chat’ function for viewers to interact with commentators. 

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Sponsored by Kamui Tips and The Orange County American Pool Player’s Association, the live stream will provide coverage of all matches on Table #1 of the Rum Runner’s four tournament tables and start everyday at 12pm.

Real-time player statistics and performance analysis will also be provided by Pool-Trax and it’s owner, Donn Espinoza.  

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We Miss You, Andy Mercer!

Andy Mercer was a longtime pool player and enthusiast, who emerged in the public eye in the early 70’s after forming the ‘South Nevada 9-Ball Tavern’s Association’, which then came under control by Jim Blakeman and wife Lorraine, shortly after Andy’s passing from a heart attack at the age of 59. His longtime friend and Rum Runner owner, Geno Hill, started the Andy Mercer Memorial 9-Ball Tournament in 1991.

This Year’s Official Field 

  1. Debra Aarens
  2. Ron Allen
  3. Darren Appleton
  4. Ken ‘Sarge’ Aylesworth
  5. Ramin Bakhtiari
  6. Butch Barba
  7. Jeff Bartola
  8. Jim Blakeman
  9. Freddy Boggs
  10. Roger Bordley
  11. Don Branson
  12. Lee Brett
  13. Ace Brown
  14. Sal Butera
  15. Thomas Butler
  16. Jim Carmona
  17. Bernardo ‘King Kong’ Chavez
  18. Joey Chin
  19. James Ray Davis, Jr. 
  20. Ernesto Dominguez
  21. Oscar Dominguez
  22. Max Eberle
  23. Josh Edgars
  24. Mitch Ellerman
  25. Mark Estes
  26. Tyler Fleishman
  27. Jose Garcia
  28. Walter Glass
  29. Dave Gomez 
  30. Greg Harada
  31. James Harling
  32. Jay Hlavacheck
  33. Brad Huffman
  34. Dave Hughes
  35. Ernie Jacinto
  36. Edgar Jackson
  37. Curtis Johnson
  38. Tres Kane
  39. Johnny Kang
  40. Randy Kulkla
  41. John Kutcher
  42. John Lalo
  43. Sean Lane
  44. Al Lawrence
  45. Don McClelland
  46. Brian Miller
  47. Stevie Moore
  48. Rodney Morris
  49. Terry Osborne
  50. Ismael ‘Morro’ Paez
  51. Brian Parks
  52. Alex Pernas
  53. Rocky Phipps
  54. Dick Rice
  55. Troy Ridder
  56. Adam Roberts
  57. Jayson Shaw
  58. Ray Skenandore
  59. Phil Tatum
  60. Chris Thomas
  61. Josh Ulrich
  62. Shane VanBoening
  63. Carl Wilson

Previous Winner’s Include

1991 – Dave Nottingham
1992 – Joe Alvarez
1993 – Danny Medina
1994 – Jim Blakeman
1995 – Warren Kiamko
1996 – Roger Griffis
1997 – Roger Griffis
1998 – Jose Parica
1999 – Ismael Paez
2000 – Danny Medina
2001 – Jeff Heath
2002 – Jeff Heath
2003 – Nicholas Kruger
2004 – Jim Blakeman
2005 – Jim Blakeman
2006 – Ismael Paez
2007 – Ismael Paez
2008 – Brian Parks
2009 – Shane Van Boening
2010 – Ernesto Dominguez
2011 – Shane Van Boening
2012 – Shane VanBoening

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POV Pool would like to thank, Geno Hill and Rum Runner Staff, Kamui Tips, The Orange County APA, GoPlayPool, Max Eberle’s Pro Pool Academy, Pool-Trax, The Live Stream News Group, Inside Pool Magazine, AZ Billiards and Amy Encinias of Vegas Billiards Buzz!

 

 

 

 

Winner’s History

 

 

POV Pool To Visit The Rum Runner! LIVE STREAM???

Flyer Courtesy of MaryAnn Starkey @ GoPlayPool.com

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The Andy Mercer Memorial Tournament in Las Vegas!

March 22nd-24th, 2013.

It has been said by many that this venue is too small to accomodate a stream team. 

Every year 64 of the best players from across the United States play at the annual Andy Mercer Memorial 9-Ball tournament at the Rum Runner Las Vegas on Tropicana. The tournament is held in March and is usually the weekend after the Doc Hill Memorial.

The tournament is hosted by owner Geno Hill and every year the board seems to fill faster and faster. Touring pros like Shane Van Boening and Darren Appleton are often viewed as just another match as they compete against some of the best “Bar Box” players in the United States.

This year’s field will be one of the toughest yet, including one of pools hottest rising stars, Jayson Shaw, CTE/Pro One’s Stevie Moore, Rodney ‘The Rocket’ Morris and many many more. 

Here’s the scoop! 
POV Pool has been invited to investigate the venue for the possibility of streaming this event, live and free! It has been agreed by many that this venue is way too small and crowded, but one things for sure, POV Pool will be there to see if it’s possible to pull it off!

This stream, if it happens will be LIVE & FREE! It will probably only be the final day, so please SAVE THE DATE!

March 22nd-24th, 2013

The Rum Runner!

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http://rumrunnervegas.com/

Previous Winners include: 

1991 – Dave Nottingham
1992 – Joe Alvarez
1993 – Danny Medina
1994 – Jim Blakeman
1995 – Warren Kiamko
1996 – Roger Griffis
1997 – Roger Griffis
1998 – Jose Parica
1999 – Ismael Paez
2000 – Danny Medina
2001 – Jeff Heath
2002 – Jeff Heath
2003 – Nicholas Kruger
2004 – Jim Blakeman
2005 – Jim Blakeman
2006 – Ismael Paez
2007 – Ismael Paez
2008 – Brian Parks
2009 – Shane Van Boening
2010 – Ernesto Dominguez
2011 – Shane Van Boening

2012 – Shane VanBoening

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