World Pool Masters 2019

The World Pool Masters returns to Gibraltar in 2019 with a fresh new feel as the tournament increases to a star-studded 24-player field.

The very best pool players on the planet will be on the Rock from March 29-31 as they battle it out for a share of the £100,000 prize fund across six sessions at the Tercentenary Hall in the Victoria Stadium.

Niels Feijen won the title in 2018 and the Dutchman will be looking to defend his title against a star-studded field including the likes of US Open champion Jayson Shaw and two-time Masters champ Shane van Boening.

Matches are race-to-seven up until the semi-finals, which are race-to-eight with the final being a race-to-9. All matches are a winner breaks format with a 30 second shot clock in operation.

Venue

  • Victoria Stadium, Gibraltar

  • March 29th - 31st 2019

Prize Fund

  • Preliminary round $1,750 (x8)
  • Last 16 $2,250 (x8)
  • Quarter-Finals $3,750 (x4)
  • Semi-Finalists $7,500 (x2)
  • Runner-up $13,000 (x1)
  • Winner $25,000 (x1)
  • Total $100,000 (x1)

Schedule

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World Pool Masters 2019 Players

  1. Defending Champion ( Niels Feijen (NED) )
  2. WPA World No.1 Male ( As of December 31st )
  3. WPA World 9-Ball Champion ( )
  4. US Open Champion ( Jayson Shaw (SCO) )
  5. European 9-Ball Champion ( Konrad Juszczyszyn (POL) )
  6. Mosconi Cup MVP ( December 2018 )
  7. Asian Champion ( Ko Pin-Yi (TPE) )
  8. WPA World No.1 Female ( As of December 31st )
  9. Eklenti Kaci ( Albania )
  10. Shane van Boening ( USA )
  11. Joshua Filler ( Germany )
  12. David Alcaide ( Spain )

World Pool Masters 2019 Tickets

World Pool Masters 2019 Fixtures/Results

All matches race to 8, winner breaks

Pending Release

World Pool Masters 2019 Draw

World Pool Masters History

Year
Venue
Winner
Score
Runner Up
 
2018
Gibraltar
Niels Feijen
Netherlands
8-4
Shane van Boening
USA
2017
Gibraltar
David Alcaide
Spain
8-7
Jayson Shaw
Scotland
2015
Manchester, England
Shane Van Boening
USA
8-2
Darren Appleton
England
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
Canada
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 2019 Watch Live

The 2018 World Pool Masters was broadcast live around the world to over 100 countries, with a Facebook Live stream in place for those nations without a TV broadcast.

Sky Sports showed the event live in the UK & Ireland and will also show highlights as scheduled below:

Ep1 – Ralf Souquet vs Karol Skowerski       May 22, 8am
Ep2 – Niels Feijen vs Raj Hundal                 May 22, 9am
Ep3 – David Alcaide vs Karl Boyes                May 23, 8am
Ep4 – Alex Pagulayan vs Alex Lely                May 23, 9am
Ep5 – S. van Boening vs Daryl Peach            May 29, 8am
Ep6 – Darren Appleton vs Earl Strickland   May 29, 9am
Ep7 – Chris Melling vs Dennis Orcollo         May 30, 8am
Ep8 – Jayson Shaw vs Joshua Filler             May 30, 9am
Ep9 – Quarter-Final 1                                      June 5, 8am
Ep10 – Quarter-Final 2                                   June 5, 9am
Ep11 – Quarter-Final 3                                    June 6, 8am
Ep12 – Quarter-Final 4                                   June 6, 9am
Ep13 – Semi-Final 1                                         June 12, 8am
Ep14 – Semi-Final 2                                        June 12,9am
Ep15 – The Final                                              June 13, 8am

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