World Cup of Pool 2014

32 countries’ two-player national teams compete in a straight knock out format over six days in Portsmouth, England for a $250,000 prize-fund. With national pride at stake, the competition is intense and there are plenty of upsets in store.

Venue

  • Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth

  • September 23rd - 28th 2014

Prize Fund

  • Winners $60,000 (per pair)
  • Runners-up $30,000 (per pair)
  • Semi-finalists $16,000 (per pair)
  • Quarter-finalists $10,000 (per pair)
  • Last 16 losers $5,000 (per pair)
  • Last 32 losers $3,000 (per pair)

Schedule

1pm
round1
Philippines
VS
Chile
Italy
VS
France
Finland
VS
Korea
6pm
round1
Poland
VS
Australia
USA
VS
Croatia
Japan
VS
Russia
1pm
round1
England A
VS
Spain
Greece
VS
Indonesia
China
VS
Czech Republic
6pm
round1
England B
VS
India
Chinese Taipei
VS
Qatar
Austria
VS
Portugal
1pm
round1
Germany
VS
Malaysia
Canada
VS
Malta
Holland
VS
Sweden
6pm
round1
Belgium
VS
Switzerland
round2
Philippines
VS
France
Finland
VS
Poland
1pm
round2
USA
VS
Russia
England A
VS
Greece
China
VS
England B
6pm
round2
Qatar
VS
Austria
Germany
VS
Canada
Holland
VS
Switzerland
1pm
quarter final
Philippines
VS
Finland
USA
VS
England A
6pm
quarter final
China
VS
Austria
Germany
VS
Holland
1pm
semi final
Finland
VS
England A
Austria
VS
Holland
6pm
final
England A
VS
Holland

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World Cup of Pool 2014 Teams

  1. Philippines, Dennis Orcollo & Lee Vann Corteza
  2. Holland, Niels Feijen & Nick van den Berg
  3. China, Wang Can & Dang Jinhu
  4. England A, Darren Appleton & Karl Boyes
  5. USA, Shane Van Boening & Earl Strickland
  6. Chinese Taipei, Chang Yu-lung & Hsu Kai Lun
  7. Germany, Ralf Souquet & Thorsten Hohmann
  8. Finland, Mika Immonen & Petri Makkonen
  9. Poland, Karol Skowerski & Mateusz Sniegocki
  10. Canada, Alex Pagulayan & John Morra
  11. Austria, Albin Ouschan & Mario He
  12. Japan, Hayato Hijikata & Masaaki Tanaka
  13. Greece, Nikos Ekonomopoulos & Alexander Kazakis
  14. England B, Daryl Peach & Chris Melling
  15. Belgium, Serge Das & Olivier Mortier
  16. Italy, Fabio Petroni & Daniele Corrieri
  17. Australia, Phil Reilly & James Georgiadis
  18. Chile, Alejandro Carvajal & Enrique Rojas
  19. Croatia, Ivica Putnik & Karlo Dalmatin
  20. Czech Republic, Roman Hybler & Michal Gavenciak
  21. France, Stephan Cohen & Alex Montpelier
  22. India, Raj Hundal & Amar Kang
  23. Indonesia, Irsal Nasution & Muhammad Zulfikri
  24. Korea, Jeong Yung Hwa & Ha Minuk
  25. Malaysia, Ibrahim Amir & Alan Tan
  26. Malta, Tony Drago & Alex Borg
  27. Portugal, Manuel Gama & Guilherme Sousa
  28. Qatar, Waleed Majid & Bashar Hussain
  29. Russia, Konstantin Stepanov & Ruslan Chinakhov
  30. Spain, David Alcaide & Francisco Diaz-Pizarro
  31. Sweden, Andreas Gerwen & Tomas Larsson
  32. Switzerland, (Dimitri Jungo & Ronni Regli)

World Cup of Pool 2014 Fixtures/Results

Tuesday 23rd September

1pm session
round1
Philippines
7 - 5
Chile
Italy
4 - 7
France
Finland
7 - 0
Korea
6pm session
round1
Poland
7 - 4
Australia
USA
7 - 2
Croatia
Japan
6 - 7
Russia

Wednesday 24th September

1pm session
round1
England A
7 - 6
Spain
Greece
7 - 6
Indonesia
China
7 - 5
Czech Republic
6pm session
round1
England B
7 - 6
India
Chinese Taipei
5 - 7
Qatar
Austria
7 - 2
Portugal

Thursday 25th September

1pm session
round1
Germany
7 - 1
Malaysia
Canada
7 - 1
Malta
Holland
7 - 3
Sweden
6pm session
round1
Belgium
3 - 7
Switzerland
round2
Philippines
7 - 5
France
Finland
7 - 0
Poland

Friday 26th September

1pm session
round2
USA
7 - 5
Russia
England A
7 - 1
Greece
China
7 - 0
England B
6pm session
round2
Qatar
5 - 7
Austria
Germany
7 - 6
Canada
Holland
7 - 4
Switzerland

Saturday 27th September

1pm session
quarter final
Philippines
7 - 9
Finland
USA
7 - 9
England A
6pm session
quarter final
China
3 - 9
Austria
Germany
7 - 9
Holland

Sunday 28th September

1pm session
semi final
Finland
6 - 9
England A
Austria
1 - 9
Holland
6pm session
final
England A
10 - 9
Holland

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