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 superstar 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

13:00
preliminary
Wu Jiaqing
VS
Alex Pagulayan
Fedor Gorst
VS
Naoyuki Oi
Albin Ouschan
VS
Jeffrey De Luna
David Alcaide
VS
Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
19:00
preliminary
Eklent Kaci
VS
Earl Strickland
Shane Van Boening
VS
Kelly Fisher
Petri Makkonen
VS
Justin Sajich
Chris Melling
VS
Matt Edwards
13:00
round1
Niels Feijen
VS
David Alcaide
Han Yu
VS
Shane van Boening
Ko Pin-Yi
VS
Alex Pagulayan
Alexander Kazakis
VS
Justin Sajich
19:00
round1
Jayson Shaw
VS
Eklent Kaci
Konrad Juszczyszyn
VS
Matt Edwards
Joshua Filler
VS
Albin Ouschan
Skyler Woodward
VS
Fedor Gorst
13:00
quarter final
David Alcaide
VS
Shane van Boening
Alex Pagulayan
VS
Eklent Kaci
Alexander Kazakis
VS
Matt Edwards
Albin Ouschan
VS
Skyler Woodward
19:00
semi final
David Alcaide
VS
Eklent Kaci
Alexander Kazakis
VS
Skyler Woodward
final
David Alcaide
VS
Alexander Kazakis

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World Pool Masters 2019 Players

  1. Niels Feijen ( Netherlands )
  2. Joshua Filler ( Germany )
  3. Alexander Kazakis ( Greece )
  4. Ko Pin-Yi ( Chinese Taipei )
  5. Jayson Shaw ( Scotland )
  6. Konrad Juszczyszyn ( Poland )
  7. Skyler Woodward ( USA )
  8. Han Yu ( China )
  9. Eklent Kaci ( Albania )
  10. Shane van Boening ( USA )
  11. David Alcaide ( Spain )
  12. Francisco Sanchez Ruiz ( Spain )
  13. Matt Edwards ( New Zealand )
  14. Naoyuki Oi ( Japan )
  15. Albin Ouschan ( Austria )
  16. Fedor Gorst ( Russia )
  17. Jeff De Luna ( Philippines )
  18. Earl Strickland ( USA )
  19. Kelly Fisher ( England )
  20. Wu Jiaqing ( China )
  21. Justin Sajich ( Australia )
  22. Petri Makkonen ( Finland )
  23. Alex Pagulayan ( Canada )
  24. Chris Melling ( England )

World Pool Masters 2019 Fixtures/Results

Winner Breaks, 30 second shot clock
Preliminary Round, Last 16 & QTR Finals - Race to 7
Semi Finals - Race to 8
Final - Race to 9

Friday 29th March

13:00 session
preliminary
Wu Jiaqing
4 - 7
Alex Pagulayan
Fedor Gorst
7 - 2
Naoyuki Oi
Albin Ouschan
7 - 2
Jeffrey De Luna
David Alcaide
7 - 3
Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
19:00 session
preliminary
Eklent Kaci
7 - 2
Earl Strickland
Shane Van Boening
7 - 2
Kelly Fisher
Petri Makkonen
4 - 7
Justin Sajich
Chris Melling
3 - 7
Matt Edwards

Saturday 30th March

13:00 session
Last16
Niels Feijen
3 - 7
David Alcaide
Han Yu
6 - 7
Shane van Boening
Ko Pin-Yi
6 - 7
Alex Pagulayan
Alexander Kazakis
7 - 3
Justin Sajich
19:00 session
Last16
Jayson Shaw
2 - 7
Eklent Kaci
Konrad Juszczyszyn
6 - 7
Matt Edwards
Joshua Filler
6 - 7
Albin Ouschan
Skyler Woodward
7 - 4
Fedor Gorst

Sunday 31st March

13:00 session
quarter final
David Alcaide
7 - 3
Shane van Boening
Alex Pagulayan
5 - 7
Eklent Kaci
Alexander Kazakis
7 - 1
Matt Edwards
Albin Ouschan
3 - 7
Skyler Woodward
19:00 session
semi final
David Alcaide
8 - 3
Eklent Kaci
Alexander Kazakis
8 - 1
Skyler Woodward
final
David Alcaide
9 - 8
Alexander Kazakis

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World Pool Masters 2019 Watch Live

The World Pool Masters will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK and on the following international networks:

zhibo.tv (China)
Kwese (South Africa/Sub Saharan Africa)
Viasat (Scandanavia & The Baltic States)
TVPlay (Latvia)
Sky New Zealand
Match TV (Russia)
Fox Australia
Nova (Czech Republic)
Sport Klub (Poland)

Viewers in countries not covered by the above networks will be able to watch live on the World Pool Masters Facebook page

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