Mosconi Cup XXIV

The partypoker Mosconi Cup returns to Las Vegas as Team USA look to finally wrestle the famous Cup back from the hands of the Europeans. Renowned coach Johan Ruisjink has taken over the reigns as captain for the hosts, can he have them same impact on America as he did with Europe? Or will Marcus Chamat’s men continue to reign supreme on pool’s greatest stage?

Break Rules
– One ball on the spot.
– Hand racked in a wooden triangle.
– Cue ball anywhere behind the headstring.
– Hit ‘em hard!

Shot Clock

There is a 30 second shot clock in operation at all times with one 30 second extension per rack.

Venue

  • Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

  • December 4th - 7th 2017

Prize Fund

  • Total $150,000
  • Winners $20,000 (per player)
  • Runners Up $10,000 (per player)

Schedule

Team
usa

 

Team
europe

Team
Team USA
VS
Team Europe
(all five players to play)
Doubles
Skyler Woodward & Billy Thorpe
VS
David Alcaide & Jayson Shaw
Singles
Dennis Hatch
VS
Joshua Filler
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Oscar Dominguez
VS
Ralf Souquet & Nick van den Berg
(all players to have played once in matches 2 - 4)
Singles
Shane van Boening
VS
Jayson Shaw
(cannot be the same player as Match 3)

Team
usa

 

Team
europe

Doubles
Dennis Hatch & Billy Thorpe
VS
Nick van den Berg & David Alcaide
Singles
Oscar Dominguez
VS
Ralf Souquet
(cannot be the same player as Match 3 and 5)
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Skyler Woodward
VS
Joshua Filler & Jayson Shaw
(All players to have played once in matches 6 - 8)
Singles
Skyler Woodward
VS
David Alcaide
(cannot be the same player as Matches 3, 5 and 7)
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Billy Thorpe
VS
Nick van den Berg & Joshua Filler

Team
usa

 

Team
europe

Doubles
Oscar Dominguez & Dennis Hatch
VS
Ralf Souquet & Jayson Shaw
(all players to have played once in match 9 - 11)
Singles
Billy Thorpe
VS
Nick van den Berg
(must be the player who did not play in Matches 3, 5, 7 & 9)
Doubles
Skyler Woodward & Oscar Dominguez
VS
Ralf Souquet & David Alcaide
Singles
Shane van Boening
VS
Jayson Shaw

Team
usa

 

Team
europe

Singles
Dennis Hatch
VS
Joshua Filler
(all players to have played once in matches 12 – 15)
Singles
Billy Thorpe
VS
Joshua Filler
Singles
Shane van Boening
VS
Ralf Souquet
Singles
Dennis Hatch
VS
Nick van den Berg
Singles
Skyler Woodward
VS
David Alcaide
Singles
Oscar Dominguez
VS
Jayson Shaw
Singles
VS
(all players to have played once in matches 16 – 20)

Mosconi Cup XXIVNews

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A message from Matchroom Multi Sport Managing Director Emily Frazer:

As sporting events around the world begin to return, we have taken some time to carefully consider the current status of live sport and the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic. With International travel restrictions in place as well as strict health and safety measures that must now be adhered to, it has led us to re-evaluate both our own tournaments and those which are sanctioned as Matchroom World Ranking and or Mosconi Cup Team Ranking events.

We have a duty of care to our players and given that health and safety measures may not be fully met at each event; many players will be unable to travel or may be uncomfortable in doing so, we do not feel it is right to award Matchroom World Ranking or Mosconi Cup Team Ranking points in the current climate. We, therefore, will be suspending these rankings until further notice.

Collectively, Matchroom Multi Sport and Mosconi Cup team captains have together determined the fairest and best way to select players for this year's Mosconi Cup on December 1st whilst also ensuring that ranking events already completed have been considered. We will make a public announcement regarding this in due course.

Rest assured, we are still entirely focused on building the sport of pool and are fully committed to the resumption and development of Matchroom World Rankings and will be working with our fellow promoters and organisers later this year to discuss the system for 2021 Mosconi Cup Rankings and World Rankings.

We are still hopeful and determined the Mosconi Cup will take place this year and are in constant detailed discussions with the relevant organisations and personnel to stay up to date. Our highest priority is the safety of everyone connected with the event however we are working hard to explore every avenue to making this work and will continue to do so, if it is possible.

We appreciate it is still an unclear and unsettling time for everyone and we thank you all for your patience and understanding so far.

Have faith - we will be back stronger!

A message from Matchroom Multi Sport Managing Director Emily Frazer:

As sporting events around the world begin to return, we have taken some time to carefully consider the current status of live sport and the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic. With International travel restrictions in place as well as strict health and safety measures that must now be adhered to, it has led us to re-evaluate both our own tournaments and those which are sanctioned as Matchroom World Ranking and or Mosconi Cup Team Ranking events.

We have a duty of care to our players and given that health and safety measures may not be fully met at each event; many players will be unable to travel or may be uncomfortable in doing so, we do not feel it is right to award Matchroom World Ranking or Mosconi Cup Team Ranking points in the current climate. We, therefore, will be suspending these rankings until further notice.

Collectively, Matchroom Multi Sport and Mosconi Cup team captains have together determined the fairest and best way to select players for this year's Mosconi Cup on December 1st whilst also ensuring that ranking events already completed have been considered. We will make a public announcement regarding this in due course.

Rest assured, we are still entirely focused on building the sport of pool and are fully committed to the resumption and development of Matchroom World Rankings and will be working with our fellow promoters and organisers later this year to discuss the system for 2021 Mosconi Cup Rankings and World Rankings.

We are still hopeful and determined the Mosconi Cup will take place this year and are in constant detailed discussions with the relevant organisations and personnel to stay up to date. Our highest priority is the safety of everyone connected with the event however we are working hard to explore every avenue to making this work and will continue to do so, if it is possible.

We appreciate it is still an unclear and unsettling time for everyone and we thank you all for your patience and understanding so far.

Have faith - we will be back stronger!

Mosconi Cup XXIV Fixtures/Results

Team usa

4 - 11

Team europe

04/12/2017
11:00 Local Time

Team usa

 

Team europe

Team
Team USA
3 - 5
Team Europe
(all five players to play)
Doubles
Skyler Woodward & Billy Thorpe
3 - 5
David Alcaide & Jayson Shaw
Singles
Dennis Hatch
4 - 5
Joshua Filler
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Oscar Dominguez
3 - 5
Ralf Souquet & Nick van den Berg
(all players to have played once in matches 2 - 4)
Singles
Shane van Boening
5 - 1
Jayson Shaw
(cannot be the same player as Match 3)
Session
 
1 - 4
 
Overall
 
1 - 4
 

05/12/2017
11:00 Local Time

Team usa

 

Team europe

Doubles
Dennis Hatch & Billy Thorpe
5 - 4
Nick van den Berg & David Alcaide
Singles
Oscar Dominguez
3 - 5
Ralf Souquet
(cannot be the same player as Match 3 and 5)
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Skyler Woodward
1 - 5
Joshua Filler & Jayson Shaw
(All players to have played once in matches 6 - 8)
Singles
Skyler Woodward
1 - 5
David Alcaide
(cannot be the same player as Matches 3, 5 and 7)
Doubles
Shane van Boening & Billy Thorpe
0 - 5
Nick van den Berg & Joshua Filler
Session
 
1 - 4
 
Overall
 
2 - 8
 

06/12/2017
11:00 Local Time

Team usa

 

Team europe

Doubles
Oscar Dominguez & Dennis Hatch
5 - 4
Ralf Souquet & Jayson Shaw
(all players to have played once in match 9 - 11)
Singles
Billy Thorpe
5 - 4
Nick van den Berg
(must be the player who did not play in Matches 3, 5, 7 & 9)
Doubles
Skyler Woodward & Oscar Dominguez
2 - 5
Ralf Souquet & David Alcaide
Singles
Shane van Boening
4 - 5
Jayson Shaw
Session
 
2 - 2
 
Overall
 
4 - 10
 

07/12/2017
11:00 Local Time

Team usa

 

Team europe

Singles
Dennis Hatch
3 - 5
Joshua Filler
(all players to have played once in matches 12 – 15)
Singles
Billy Thorpe
-
Joshua Filler
Singles
Shane van Boening
-
Ralf Souquet
Singles
Dennis Hatch
-
Nick van den Berg
Singles
Skyler Woodward
-
David Alcaide
Singles
Oscar Dominguez
-
Jayson Shaw
Singles
-
(all players to have played once in matches 16 – 20)
Session
 
0 - 1
 
Overall
 
4 - 11
 

Mosconi Cup History

Year
Venue
Winners
Score
Losers
MVP
 
2020
Alexandra Palace, London
2019
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
USA
11-8
Europe
Skyler Woodward
2018
Alexandra Palace, London
USA
11-9
Europe
Skyler Woodward
2017
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
Europe
11-4
USA
Joshua Filler
2016
Alexandra Palace, London
Europe
11-3
USA
Albin Ouschan
2015
Tropicana, Las Vegas
Europe
11-7
USA
Niels Feijen
2014
Tower Circus, Blackpool, England
Europe
11-5
USA
Niels Feijen
2013
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Europe
11-2
USA
Niels Feijen
2012
Bethnal Green, London, England
Europe
11-9
USA
Chris Melling
2011
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Europe
11-7
USA
Niels Feijen
2010
Bethnal Green, London, England
Europe
11-8
USA
Darren Appleton
2009
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
USA
11-7
Europe
Dennis Hatch
2008
St. Julian's, Malta
Europe
11-5
USA
Mika Immonen
2007
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Europe
11-8
USA
Tony Drago
2006
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Tied
12-12
Tied
Corey Deuel
2005
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
USA
11-6
Europe
Earl Strickland
2004
Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands
USA
12-9
Europe
Rodney Morris
2003
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
USA
11-9
Europe
Mika Immonen
2002
Bethnal Green, London, England
Europe
12-9
USA
2001
Bethnal Green, London, England
USA
12-1
Europe
2000
Bethnal Green, London, England
USA
12-9
Europe
1999
Bethnal Green, London, England
USA
12-7
Europe
1998
Bethnal Green, London, England
USA
13-9
Europe
1997
Bethnal Green, London, England
USA
13-8
Europe
1996
Dagenham, London, England
USA
15-13
Europe
1995
Basildon, Essex, England
Europe
16-15
USA
1994
Romford, London, England
USA
16-12
Europe

Mosconi Cup XXIV Watch Live

The 2019 partypoker Mosconi Cup will air live around the world including on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Mix (Monday-Wednesday only) in the UK and DAZN in America, Canada, Brazil, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Japan.

partypoker Mosconi Cup International Broadcasters

Sky Sports | UK & Ireland
DAZN | USA, Italy, Spain, Japan, Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Brazil
Fox Sports Australia
Fox Sports Europe | Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Malta, Israel
I-Cable| Hong Kong
Nova | Czech Republic, Slovakia
Sky Sports New Zealand
Ziggo
| Netherlands
Viasat | Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria
TV Play | Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Pragosport | Hungary
Match TV | Russia
zhibo.tv | China

In nations not listed above, a free live stream will be available at www.facebook.com/mosconicup

 

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