Matchroom Pool - World Pool Masters

World Pool Masters

May 22-25, 2021 Europa Point Sports Park

Saturday, May 22 – Tuesday, May 25, 2021

The World Pool Masters, 9-ball’s biggest invitational tournament, returns to Gibraltar over four action-packed days.

The World Pool Masters features 24 of the best players from around the world as players battle it out for their share of the $100,000 prize fund.

Prize Fund


Preliminary round $1,750

x8

Last 16 $2,250

x8

Quarter-Finalists $3,750

x4

Semi-Finalists $7,500

x2

Runner-Up $13,000

x1

Champion $25,000

x1

TOTAL $100,000

David Alcaide
Spain
Shane van Boening
USA
Jayson Shaw
Great Britian
Jeff De Luna
Philippines
Albin Ouschan
Austria
Joshua Filler
Germany
Fedor Gorst
Russia
Naoyuki Oi
Japan
Chris Melling
Great Britain
Alex Pagulayan
Canada
Skyler Woodward
USA
Kelly Fisher
Great Britain
Eklent Kaci
Albania
More To Be Confirmed!
Saturday 22nd May
18:30 session
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Sunday 23rd May
12:30 session
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19:00 session
Last16
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Monday 24th May
13:00 session
Last16
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18:30 session
Last16
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quarter final
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Tuesday 25th May
13:00 session
quarter final
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18:30 session
semi final
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final
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The Break
All matches are winner break. The balls will be hand racked with the 1-ball resting on the spot. The balls won’t be tapped and will be hand racked by the referee with a plastic rack. Players will be NOT be permitted to inspect the rack and cannot ask for the balls to be re-racked, re-positioned or moved.

Shot Clock
A 30-second shot clock will be in operation throughout the tournament. Each team will have one 30-second extension per rack.

Match Races
All matches are Race to 7, except the final which is a Race to 9

2019David Alcaide
Gibraltar
2018Niels Feijen (Netherlands)
Gibraltar
2017David Alcaide (Spain)
Gibraltar
2015Shane Van Boening (USA)
Manchester, England
2014Shane Van Boening (USA)
Nottingham, England
2013Niels Feijen (Holland)
Barnsley, England
2012Karol Skowerski (Poland)
Kielce, Poland
2011Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Manila, Philippines
2010Dennis Orcollo (Philippines)
Las Vegas, USA
2009Darren Appleton (England)
Las Vegas, USA
2008Alex Pagulayan (Philippines)
Las Vegas, USA
2007Thomas Engert (Germany)
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
2006Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
2005Raj Hundal (England)
Doncaster, England
2004Thomas Engert (Germany)
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
2003Tony Drago (Malta)
Egmond aan Zee, Holland
2002Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Milton Keynes, England
2001Francisco Bustamante (Philippines)
Lakeside, England
2000Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Lakeside, England
1999Alex Lely (Holland)
Lakeside, England
1998Francisco Bustamante (Philippines)
Lakeside, England
1997Earl Strickland (USA)
Lakeside, England
1996Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Blackpool, England
1995Daryl Peach (England)
Blackpool, England
1994Ralf Souquet (Germany)
Doncaster, England
1993Werner Duregger (Austria)
Plymouth, England

The World Pool Masters will be shown live on Sky Sports, DAZN, Matchroom.Live and global broadcast partners to be confirmed.

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