World Pool Masters 2017

THE 24th ANNUAL DAFABET WORLD POOL MASTERS will take place from Friday to Sunday 17th – 19th February as pool’s longest running invitational event moves to GIBRALTAR.

16 of the world’s best players will gather in the shadow of the famous Rock of Gibraltar to contest the Masters and determine the destination of the $20,000 top prize.

Venue

  • Tercentenary Sports Hall, Victoria Stadium, Gibraltar

  • February 17th - 19th 2017

Prize Fund

  • Champion $20,000
  • Runner-up $10,000
  • Semi-Finalist $5,000
  • Quarter-Finalist $4,000
  • Finalists $3,000

Schedule

19:00
round1
Shane van Boening
VS
Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
David Alcaide
VS
Ralf Souquet
Albin Ouschan
VS
Mika Immonen
13:00
round1
Cheng Yu-Hsuan
VS
Naoyuki Oi
Jayson Shaw
VS
Wojciech Szewczyk
Alex Pagulayan
VS
Stephen Webber
18:30
round1
Niels Feijen
VS
Omar Al Shaheen
Chang Jung Lin
VS
Mark Gray
quarter final
Shane van Boening
VS
David Alcaide
13:00
quarter final
Albin Ouschan
VS
Naoyuki Oi
Jayson Shaw
VS
Alex Pagulayan
Chang Jung Lin
VS
Omar Al Shaheen
18:30
semi final
David Alcaide
VS
Albin Ouschan
Jayson Shaw
VS
Chang Jung Lin
final
David Alcaide
VS
Jayson Shaw

World Pool Masters 2017News

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Alcaide is the Master! 

The Final David Alcaide (ESP) 8-7 Jayson Shaw (SCO) Semi-Finals Albin Ouschan (AUT) 6-8 David Alcaide (ESP) Jayson Shaw (SCO) […]
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Down to the last four in Gibraltar 

Quarter Finals Albin Ouschan (AUT) 8-4 Naoyuki Oi (JAP) Jayson Shaw (SCO) 8-7 Alex Pagulayan (CAN) Omar Al Shaheen (KUW) […]
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Round one completes as Alcaide fires into semis 

Round One Niels Feijen (NED) 3-8 Omar Al Shaheen (KUW) Chang Jung Lin (TPE) 8-6 Mark Gray (ENG) Quarter Finals […]

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World Pool Masters 2017 Players

  1. Shane van Boening ( USA )
  2. Niels Feijen ( Holland )
  3. Mark Gray ( England )
  4. David Alcaide ( Spain )
  5. Jayson Shaw ( Scotland )
  6. Naoyuki Oi ( Japan )
  7. Ralf Souquet ( Germany )
  8. Mika Immonen ( Finland )
  9. Albin Ouschan ( Austria )
  10. Alex Pagulayan ( Canada )
  11. Chang Jung Lin ( Chinese Taipei )
  12. Cheng Yu-Hsuan ( Chinese Taipei )
  13. Wojciech Szewczyk ( Poland )
  14. Francisco Sanchez Ruiz ( Spain )
  15. Omar Al Shaheen ( Kuwait )
  16. Stephen Webber ( Gibraltar )

World Pool Masters 2017 Fixtures/Results

Friday 17th February

19:00 session
round1
Shane van Boening
8 - 2
Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
David Alcaide
8 - 3
Ralf Souquet
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Albin Ouschan
8 - 6
Mika Immonen
Race To 8, Winner Breaks

Saturday 18th February

13:00 session
round1
Cheng Yu-Hsuan
6 - 8
Naoyuki Oi
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Jayson Shaw
8 - 3
Wojciech Szewczyk
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Alex Pagulayan
8 - 1
Stephen Webber
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
18:30 session
round1
Niels Feijen
3 - 8
Omar Al Shaheen
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Chang Jung Lin
8 - 6
Mark Gray
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
quarter final
Shane van Boening
3 - 8
David Alcaide
Race To 8, Winner Breaks

Sunday 19th February

13:00 session
quarter final
Albin Ouschan
8 - 4
Naoyuki Oi
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Jayson Shaw
8 - 7
Alex Pagulayan
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Chang Jung Lin
8 - 3
Omar Al Shaheen
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
18:30 session
semi final
David Alcaide
8 - 6
Albin Ouschan
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
Jayson Shaw
8 - 3
Chang Jung Lin
Race To 8, Winner Breaks
final
David Alcaide
8 - 7
Jayson Shaw
Race To 8, Winner Breaks

World Pool Masters 2017 Draw

  •  
  • Shane van Boening 8
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  • Francisco Sanchez Ruiz 2
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  • David Alcaide 8
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  • Ralf Souquet 3
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  • Albin Ouschan 8
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  • Mika Immonen 6
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  • Cheng Yu-Hsuan 6
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  • Naoyuki Oi 8
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  • Jayson Shaw 8
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  • Wojciech Szewczyk 3
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  • Alex Pagulayan 8
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  • Stephen Webber 1
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  • Niels Feijen 3
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  • Omar Al Shaheen 8
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  • Chang Jung Lin 8
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  • Mark Gray 6
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  • Shane van Boening 3
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  • David Alcaide 8
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  • Albin Ouschan 8
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  • Naoyuki Oi 4
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  • Jayson Shaw 8
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  • Alex Pagulayan 7
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  • Chang Jung Lin 8
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  • Omar Al Shaheen 3
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  • David Alcaide 8
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  • Albin Ouschan 6
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  • Jayson Shaw 8
  •  
  • Chang Jung Lin 3
  •  
  •  
  • David Alcaide 8
  •  
  • Jayson Shaw 7
  •  

World Pool Masters History

Year
Venue
Winner
Score
Runner Up
 
2015
Manchester, England
Shane Van Boening
8-2
Darren Appleton
2014
Nottingham, England
Shane Van Boening
USA
8-2
Nikos Ekonomopoulos
GRE
2013
Barnsley, England
Niels Feijen
Holland
8-6
Darren Appleton
England
2012
Kielce, Poland
Karol Skowerski
Poland
8-6
Mateusz Sniegocki
Poland
2011
Manila, Philippines
Ralf Souquet
Germany
8-5
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
2010
Las Vegas, USA
Dennis Orcollo
Philippines
8-3
Toru Kuribayashi
Japan
2009
Las Vegas, USA
Darren Appleton
England
8-4
Nick Van Den Berg
Holland
2008
Las Vegas, USA
Alex Pagulayan
Philippines
8-6
Mika Immonen
Finland
2007
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
Thomas Engert
Germany
8-5
David Alcaide
Spain
2006
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
Ralf Souquet
Germany
8-4
Alex Pagulayan
Philippines
2005
Doncaster, England
Raj Hundal
England
8-7
Rodney Morris
USA
2004
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
Thomas Engert
Germany
8-6
Oliver Ortmann
GER
2003
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
Tony Drago
Malta
8-6
Hsia Hui-kai
TPE
2002
Milton Keynes, England
Ralf Souquet
Germany
9-4
Efren Reyes
PHI
2001
Lakeside, England
Francisco Bustamante
Philippines
7-6
Earl Strickland
USA
2000
Lakeside, England
Ralf Souquet
Germany
7-3
Alex Lely
NED
1999
Lakeside, England
Alex Lely
Holland
7-5
Efren Reyes
PHI
1998
Lakeside, England
Francisco Bustamante
Philippines
11-9
Ralf Souquet
GER
1997
Lakeside, England
Earl Strickland
USA
2-1
Tommy Donlon
IRE
1996
Blackpool, England
Ralf Souquet
Germany
2-1
Vincent Facquet
FRA
1995
Blackpool, England
Daryl Peach
England
2-0
Lee Kendall
Eng
1994
Doncaster, England
Ralf Souquet
Germany
2-1
Jimmy White
Eng
1993
Plymouth, England
Werner Duregger
Austria
Ralf Souquet
Germany

World Pool Masters 2017 Watch Live

The Dafabet World Pool Masters will be broadcast live throughout on Sky Sports in the UK and the following networks worldwide:

Dazn – Germany
Dazn – Japan
Sport Klub – Poland
Viasat – Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria & Baltic States
Nova – Czech Republic & Slovakia
Fox Australia
Sky New Zealand
OSN – Middle East and North Africa
Starhub – Singapore

In the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast live as below:
Friday, February 17
6pm – Sky Sports Mix*

Saturday, February 18
Midday – Sky Sports Mix*
5:30pm – Sky Sports Mix*

Sunday, February 19
Midday – Sky Sports 4
5:30pm: Sky Sports 1

*Sky Sports Mix is available to all Sky TV customers (not including NOW TV), as well as on selected Virgin Media packages. Sky Sports Mix is available to all Sky TV customers including those who do not subscribe to Sky Sports

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