L-R 1st Joey Testa owner Jock, 3rd Michael Wong 2nd Matt Krah, 4th Dan McGinnis
Testa Wins In Sudden Death at Main Line
Joey Testa, after a long time away from the tables, returned to the Mezz Pro-Am Tour on Sunday, July 19, winning all but one match, including a single, sudden-death game, to snatch a potential victory away from Matt Krah, winner of the tour's first 2015 stop, back in February. The event drew 17 entrants to Main Line Billiards in Drexeline, PA.
Testa, who, in 2010, chalked up three wins on the Mezz Tour, and placed among the top 10 in eight events that year, hasn't been 'seen' (results not recorded) since he finished fourth on the tour, back in March, 2012. He returned with a vengeance, so to speak, advancing to a winners' side semifinal against Dan McGinnis, while Krah was squaring off against Michael Wong. Testa shut McGinnis and in the battle for the hot seat faced Wong, 7-5 winner over Krah. Testa claimed the hot seat 7-2.
Krah moved over and ran into Bobby Hontz, who'd defeated Colleen Shoop 7-3 and Dave Connelly, 7-5. McGinnis picked up the player known as Lupe, who'd eliminated Jake Lebon 7-1 and Bob Mapes 7-2. Krah got by Hontz 7-3, as McGinnis downed Lupe 7-5.
Krah took the quarterfinal match against McGinnis 7-2 and got his shot at Testa with a 7-4 victory over Wong in the semifinals. In the modified, double elimination finals, Krah took the opening set 7-5, initiating the 'sudden death,' single-game format the tour has recently adopted. Testa won the single game and claimed his first Mezz Tour title since the three he recorded five years ago.
We would want to thank all the players that came out as well as our sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Joey Testa $500
2nd Matt Krah $340
3rd Michael Wong $145
4th Dan McGinnis $75
L-R 2nd Rick Miller 5th & Owner Trevor Dentz 1st Garrett Waechter
Waechter Wins In Sudden Death at Magic 8-Ball
Garrett Waechter won a sudden death final game against Rick Miller to claim his first title on the Mezz Pro-Am Tour. The $300-added, A-D handicapped event, held on the weekend of June 27-28, drew 22 entrants to the Magic 8-Ball Club in Cockeysville, MD.
Waechter and Miller met three times, playing two full matches and the sudden death final game. They met first in the hot seat match, after Waechter survived a double hill match versus Tony Long and Miller had sent Bob Milane to the loss side 7-3. Waechter claimed the hot seat 7-3 and waited on Miller's return.
On the loss side, Rick Scarlato advanced to meet Milane, defeating Pete Calabrese 7-1 and Steve Fleming 7-6 to reach him. Long picked up Trevor Dentz, who'd defeated two ladies, Colleen Shoop 7-2 and Nicole Fleming 7-5. Milane and Long advanced to the quarterfinals;Milane 7-5 over Scarlato and Long 7-4 over Dentz.
Long eliminated Milane 7-2, and though he'd battle to double hill against Miller in the semifinals, Miller prevailed for a second, and possibly single-game third shot at Waechter in the hot seat. Miller took the first set of the modified double elimination final by the same score (7-3) that Waechter had chalked up in their battle for the hot seat. Waechter, though, captured the single, sudden death game to claim his first Mezz Pro-Am Tour title.
I would want to thank all the players that came out to play as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Garrett Waechter $720
2nd Rick Miller $360
3rd Tom Long $190
4th Robert Milane $100
5th Rick Scarlata $40
5th Trevor Dentz $40
L-R 2nd Sanne Krom, 1st Briana Miller, 3rd Jerry Dunne
Brianna Miller Wins it in Sudden Death
MEZZ ABCD made its way to Drexeline Billiards on Sunday June 7th. A Strong field came out, players like Joe Hong, Brianna Miller, Sanne Krom, Dan McGinnis, Michael Praseutsy, Rick Miller, Vinny Cimarelli, Jerry Dunne, Nicole Monaco, Dan Madden, Mevin Garcia Sr, Melvin Garcia Jr, and Colleen Shoop to name a few.
We would like to thank Bob Maidhof and his wonderful staff for hosting the event.
Leading the top half of the bracket was Jerry Dunne with wins over Rick Miller 7-2, Shaun Dobson 7-6, Rob Hontz 7-3, Michael Praseutsy 7-4 and Vinnie Cimarelli 7-3.
Leading the bottom half of the bracket was Sanne Krom with wins over Joe McAnally 7-6, Tracy Vega 7-5, AJ Fiztgerald 7-6 and Dan McGinnis 7-6.
Playing for the hot seat was Jerry Dunne and Sanne Krom, this match went hill/hill and had Krom coming away with the win, sending Dunne to the one lost side.
The big story of the day was Brianna Miller. After losing her first match 7-6 to Joe Hong. She went on to win her next 8 matches, working her way through some tough competition. Her path to the finals included Ralph Lake 7-6, Darren Powell 7-3, Tracy Wu 7-5, AJ Fitzgerald 7-1, Melvin Garcia Jr. 7-5 Vinny Cimarelli 7-6, Dan McGinnis 7-3 and Jerry Dunne 7-6.
When the smoke had cleared the final match was set, it would be Sanne Krom vs Brianna Miller. As always, this was a true double elimination event with the first set being a race to 7 and a second set (if necessary) sudden death race to one.
The first set was all Brianna Miller with an impressive 7-3 win. In sudden death Brianna got the break and showed why she is a force to be reckoned with by breaking and running out to win the match and the event.
We would want to thank all the players that came out as well as our sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Brianna Miller $875
2ndSanneKrom$630
3rd Jerry Dunne $365
4th Dan McGinnis $150
5th Kevin Gilbert $125
5thVinnyCimarelli $125
7th Melvin Garcia Jr. $100
7th Melvin Garcia Sr. $100
L-R 3rd Bob Maidhof, 1st VinnyCimarelli, 4th Joe Hong, 2nd Shaun Wilkie
Cimarelli Holds Off Wilkie for Win at Drexeline
The Mezz Pro-Am made its way to Drexeline Billiards On Sunday May 17th a Strong field came out to play players like Shaun Wilkie, Bob Maidhof, VinnyCimarelli, Matt Krah, Michael Wong, MkieSaleh, Rob Hontz and Joe Hong to name a few. Like to thank the owner of Drexeline Billiards Bob Maidhof and his wonderful staff.
Leading the top half of the bracket was Bob Maidhof with wins over Raphael Saldana 7-5, Mike Saleh 7-2, Joe Hong 7-3, and Scott Haas 7-3. Leading the bottom half of the bracket was VinnyCimarelli with wins over Michael Praseutsy 7-1, Mark Nanashee 7-6, Shawn Jackson 7-3, Eddie Epperson 7-0, and Michael Wong 7-4.
Playing for the hot seat was Bob Maidhof V VinnyCimarelli this was a one sided match that had VinnyCimarelli coming away with the win easily 7-2 and sending Bob Maidhof to the one lost side.
After losing in the opening round to A.J. Fitzgerald 7-4, It was Shaun Wilkie winning 9 matches on the one lost side by beating the following players Tony Kanote 6-5, Jerry Dunne 6-1, Gary Serrano 6-1, Mark Nanashee 6-0, Sam Quinzi 6-1, SanneKrom 6-3, Scott Haas 6-3, Joe Hong 6-2 and Bob Maidhof 6-2 to get to the finals
In the finals it was Shaun Wilkie v Vinny Cimarelli, This is a double elimination with the second set being a sudden death race to one. Wilkie won the first set 7-2, in the second set race to one Wilkie attempted a 1-9 combination that failed and left the 9-ball sitting on the edge of the hole. It also denied Cimarelli a clean look at the 1-ball. Cimarelli attempted a rail-first poke at the 1-ball, which accommodated his wishes by sliding over and dropping the 9-ball. Congratulations to Vinny Cimarelli, this is his first Mezz Pro-Am win.
I would want to thank all the players that came out to play as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Vinny Cimarelli $900
2nd Shaun Wilkie $525
3rd Bob Maidhof $290
4th Joe Hong $150
5th Michael Wong $100
5th Scott Haas $100
7th Matt Krah $80
7th Sanne Krom $80
9th Michael Praseutsy $50
9th John Talamini $50
9th Eddie Eperson $50
9th Sam Quinzi $50
L-R Jeremy Stacy, 3rd HeidrickDrost 2nd Shaun Wilkie, 1st Matt Krah and Erin Stacy
Krah Takes the 2nd Annual Rack for a Cure Charity Event
On Saturday, May 16, Warrington Billiards in Warrington, PA, hosted the 2nd Annual Rack for a Cure Charity 9-Ball Tournament. I want to thank all the players that came out to play without you guys this could not have been possible so thank you.
I love this event I love seeing everyone come together for such a wonderful cause. Thank you Rob and Liza Gorski and TAP Pool League for all your hard work and ongoing support also to my wonderful staff partner Bob Milane and Missy Morgan for helping run the event, great job guys.
The biggest thanks goes to Jeremy and Erin Stacy for organizing this awesome event we all love you guys keep up the good work.
We raised $6,000 for THON/FOUR DIAMONDS FUN pediatric cancer research.
The Mezz Pro-Am Staff saw 128 players come out to play players like: Shaun Wilkie, Matt Krah, Adam Kielar, Brett Stottlemyer, Bucky Souvanthong, HeidrckDrost, Mike Saleh, Steve Lillis, Kia Sidbury, Boye Lu, Emily Duddy, Nicole Nester, Colleen Shooplynn Reed Verdes, Linda Shea, Jessica Lynn,AndiGartling and Erica Allen to name a few.
Leading the top have of the bracket was Matt Krah with wins over Rick Bennett 4-0, Jeremy Kerlin 4-1, Brian Marshall 4-0, John Mulligan 4-1, Bob Milaine 4-2 and Steve Lillis 4-1. Leading the bottom have of the bracket was Shaun Wilkie with wins over Frank Albert 4-2, James Kaiser 4-0, Jerry Dunne 4-0, Dustin Olsen 4-1, Scott Haas 4-2 and Mike Saleh 4-1
Playing for the hot seat was Krah v Wilkie this was a great match that went hill hill but it was Wilkie coming away with the win 4-3 and sending Krah to the one lot side. Waiting for Krah on the one lost side was Heidrick Drost, this match was all Krah as he won easly 3-1 to get to the finals.
The finals was Matt Krah and Shaun Wilkie this event was a double eliminating event the first set went hill hill with Krah coming back and winning 4-3 and in the second set Krah shut out Wilkie 3-0 to win the match and the event.
Like to thank Mezz Cues and TAP Pool League.
Complete Payouts:
1st Matt Krah $$1525
2nd Shaun Wilkie $935
3rd Heidrick Drost $490
4th Adam Kielar $240
5th Mike Saleh $100
5th Steve Lillis $100
6th Scott Haas $65
6th Bob Milan $65
L-R 4th Rob Hontz 1st Matt Krah, 2nd Mark Nanashee, 3rd Shaun Dobson
Krah Comes Back to Win at Cross Corner
Mezz Pro-Am made its way to Cross Corner Billiards in Lancaster PA. A strong field came out to play players like Make Krah, Scott Hass, Dustin Olsen, Pete Calabrese, Boye Lu, Rob Hontz, Shaun Dobson and Mark Nanashee.
Leading the top half of bracket with win over Charlie Dehaven 7-0, Derek Hesttera 7-4, and Ross Read Head 7-2. Leading the bottom half was Rob Hontz with wins over Mike Saleh 7-3, JeffGroenewold 7-5, and Shaun Dobson 7-5.
Playing for the hot seat was Rob Hontz V Mark Nanasheethis was a one sided match that went back and for when it was all said and done it was Mark Nanashee coming away with the win 7-2 and sending Rob Hontz to the one lost side.
Making his move thru the one lost side was Matt Krah with wins over Jose Burgos 7-0, Kia Sidbury 7-0, Jeff Groenewold 7-1, Scott Haas 7-1, Ross Readhead 7-4 Shaun Dobson 7-6, and RobHontz 7-5.
In the finals it was Mark Nanashee vs Matt Krah, this is a double elimination event first set is a race to 7 second set is one game sudden death. First set was a great set that went hill hill it was Matt Krah winning 7-6. In the second set one game sudden death, it was Mark Nanasheeon a run out when he hung the 7 ball leaving an easy out for Matt Krah and the win 1-0 and the event.
I would want to thank all the players that came out to play as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Matt Krah $600
2nd Mark Nanashee $330
3rd Rob Hontz $150
4th Shaun Dobson $100
5th Ross Redhead $50
5th Tony Kanote $50
L-R 2nd Place Jeff Crawford Winner Sean Alaska Morgan
3rd Dennis Spears 4th Mike Miller Owner Ed Liddawi, Danny Basavich
and Pat Fleming
Alaska Holds on to Win NJ State 10-Ball Championships
Sandcastle Billiards and the Mezz Pro-Am Tour hosted the NJ State 10 Ball Championships on Sunday April 25th & 26th. A field of 35 players came out to play. Player like Sean Alaska Morgan, Jeff Crawford, Matt Krah, Frankie Hernandez, Dennis Spears, John Smith, Mike Miller, Michael Wong, Spanky Kaba, Caroline Pao & Emily Duddy to name a few. Like to thank Ed Liddawi and his wonderful staff for a wonderful weekend.
Leading the top half of the bracket was Jeff Crawford with wins over Brian Gould 7-4, Caroline Pao 7-5, Derek Schwager 7-6, John Smith 7-5, and Brian Mahers 7-1. Leading the bottom half of the bracket was Sean Alaska Morgan with wins over Muaz Arshad 7-6, Emily Duddy 7-1, Spanky Kaba 7-6, and Joe Hong 7-6.
Playing for the hot seat was Jeff Crawford vs Alaska this was a good match but when it was all said and done it was Alaska coming away with the win 7-4 and sending Crawford to the one lost side. Waiting for Crawford was Dennis Spears this was a good match that had Crawford pulling away late in the match to win 7-3 to get to the finals.
In the finals it was Jeff Crawford vs Sean Alaska Morgan, a rematch from the hot seat match. This is a true double elimination tournament Crawford would have to beat Alaska twice in order to win the event. The first set went back and forth but it was Jeff Crawford winning 7-5. In the second set it was I was Alaska pulling away to a 7-4 win and the 2015 NJ State 10 Ball Title.
Sean "Alaska" Morgan joined the ranks of Francisco Bustamante and Darren Appleton, winners of the first (2013) and second (2014) New Jersey State 10-Ball Championships.
Like to thank all that players that came out to play!!!!!
Like to thank the sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Sean Morgan $1,000
2nd Jeff Crawford $550
3rd Dennis Spears $420
4th Mike Miller $200
5th Brian Maher $125
Joe Hong
7th Michael Wong $100
John Smith
L-R 3rd Beknd Aiglstorfer, 1st Ray Lee, 1st Mark Nanashee owner Ed Liddawi
Lee and Nanashee Co-Champions at Sandcastle ABCD Event
Sandcastle Billiards in Edison Nj host Mezz ABCD event on March 22, 2015. A strong field came out to play players like: Ray Lee, Mark Nanashee Tim Tanana, Caroline Pao, Bob Milan, Mike Saleh and Beknd Aiglstorfer to name a few. Like to thank Ed Liddawi and his wonderful staff Jennifer VanZile and Ryane Ashley for a job well done.
Leading the top have of the bracket was Ray Lee with wins over Alexandra Calabrese 7-5, Larry Ingram 7-6, Bob Mapes 7-2 and Mike Saleh 7-3. Leading the bottom half of the bracket was Beknd Aiglstorfer with wins over Geovanni 7-5, J. Palmieri 7-6, Mark Nanashee 7-4 and Bob Milane 7-5.
Playing for the hot seat was Ray Lee vs Beknd Aiglstorfer this was a one sided match that had Ray Lee winning easily 7-2 and sending Beknd Aiglstorfer to the one lost side. Waiting for Aiglstorfer on the on lost side was Mark Nanashee. This was a good match that had Mark Nanashee winning 7-5 and a spot in the finals.
In the finals it was Ray Lee vs Mark Nanashee both players decided to become co-champions. I Would want to thank all the players that came out to play as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk & Tips, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella
Complete Payouts:
1st Ray Lee $650
1st Mark Nanashee $650
3rd Beknd Aiglstorfer $300
4th Dinko Busanich $200
5th Mike Saleh $125
5th Bob Milane $125
7th Carl Morgan $100
7th Jerry Dunne $100
9th Julie Ha $50
9th Tim Tanana $50
9th Brian Maher $50
9th Bob Mapes $50
L-R Eddie Abraham, co-champion Matt Krah, 3rd Adam Kielar
Krah and Abraham Co-Champions at Drexeline
Mezz Pro-Am made its way to Drexeline Billiards in Drexel Hill PA on Sunday February 22nd. Krah, in the hot seat, split the top two prizes with Eddie Abraham at the $1,000-added event that drew 32 entrants to Drexeline Billiards.
Unlike the week prior, during which the potential finalists had not met in a match, Krah and Abraham squared off to claim the hot seat. Abraham had sent last week's winner, Wong, to the losers' bracket, as Krah was doing the same to Mark Nanashee; both 7-5. Krah claimed the hot seat 7-4.
On the losers' side, Wong picked up Adam Kielar, who'd been defeated in the second round of winners' side play by Abraham and was in the midst of a five-match, loss-side winning streak that included 6-3 and 6-4 wins over Mike Saleh and Dustin Olsen. Nanashee drew Raphael Saldana, who'd eliminated Rob Hontz 6-4 and Vinne Cimarelli 6-2 to reach him.
Saldana handed Nanashee his second loss 6-2, as Kielar finished Wong 6-1. Kielar then downed Saldana 6-4 in the quarterfinals to earn himself a rematch against Abraham. Abraham downed Kielar a second time, 6-4, in the semifinals, before he and Krah opted out of playing a final match and chose to split the top two prizes.
I Would want to thank all the players that came out to play and Bob Maidhof and his Drexeline Billiards staff, as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Matt Krah $900
2nd Eddie Abraham $475
3rd Adam Kielar $260
4\th Raphael Saldana $150
5th Michael Wong $100
5th Mark Nanashee $100
L-R Scott Bannon, 3rd Adam Kielar, 1st Michael Wong, 2nd Matt Krah
Krah and Wong Co-Champions at Sandcastle to Kickoff Open/Pro 2015 Season
Michael Wong and Matt Krah opted out of a final match at the Mezz Tour's second stop of the year on Sunday, February 15. In the hot seat, Wong claimed the event title, leaving Krah, who'd won three on the loss side to reach him, as runner-up. The $500-added event drew a small field of 16 entrants to Sandcastle Billiards in Edison, NJ.
Though both finalists played in a winners' side semifinal, they did not face each other. Wong battled Scott Bannon, as Krah took on Adam Kielar. Wong defeated Bannon 7-4 and faced Kielar, who'd sent Krah to the losers' bracket 7-5. Wong claimed the hot seat 7-4 over Kielar in what proved to be his final match of the evening.
On the loss side, Krah's first opponent was Tony Maria, who'd defeated Woo Tang 7-4 and Steve Lillis 7-2. Bannon drew Mike Salen, who'd given up only one rack each in his previous two matches against Kyle Bubet and Julie Ha. Bannon nipped that little run in the bud with a double hill win, as Krah downed Maria 7-4.
Krah took the quarterfinal match against Bannon 7-4 and moved into his final match; the semifinal against Kielar. He won that 7-3 and then agreed with Wong to call it a night and split the top two prizes.
Tour director Jose Burgos thanked the ownership and staff at Sandcastle Billiards, as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin' Clothing, Kamui, J.D. Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, JB Cases, Billiard Life USA, Howitzer Break Cues, Steve Klatt's Custom Cues, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Michael Wong $540
1st Matt Krah $280
3rd Adam Kielar $150
4th Scott Bannon $100
L-R Rob Hontz, owner Bob Maidhof, 2nd Michael Praseuty, 3rd Wes Dobson
Hontz comes from the loss side to defeat Praseutsy in Mezz ABCD Tour finals
The Mezz ABCD Tour made its way to Drexeline Billiards on January 10th & 11th 2015. A strong field came out to play players like Michael Praseutsy, Rob Hontz, Mike Saleh, Joe Hong, Wes Dobson, Jerry Dunne, Mark Nanashee, Colleen Shoop, Michele Jones and Garry Serrano.
From among the final eight on the winners' side of the bracket in the opening stop on the 2015 Mezz Tour, Rob Hontz fought a double hill, ultimately unsuccessful battle against Mike Saleh, which sent him to the loss side. Hontz then won five in a row, and fought an ultimately successful battle against hot seat occupant, Michael Praseutsy, to claim the title.
With Hontz out of the way, Saleh moved into a winners' side semifinal against Wes Dobson, while Praseutsy faced Gary Serano. Saleh ended up in a second straight double hill match, but this one sent him to the losers' bracket and Dobson into the hot seat match. Praseutsy downed Serrano 7-3, and then, by the same score, got into the hot seat over Dobson.
Hontz began his trek back to the finals with his second straight double hill match, winning this one, over George Ellinger. He came within a game of a third double hill match when he defeated Vinny Cimarelli 7-5, which set him up to face Serano. Saleh picked up Mark Nanashee, who'd shut out A.J. Fitzgerald and defeated Owen Collins 7-4 to reach him.
Hontz' opportunity for a re-match against Saleh was denied him when Nanashee defeated Saleh, double hill. Instead, after giving up only a single rack to Serano, Hontz faced Nanashee in the quarterfinals, where a 7-4 win gave him a shot at Dobson in the semifinals.
Hontz took full advantage. He gave up another solo rack to Dobson and entered the finals with a 35-17 loss-side record. By agreement, Hontz and Praseutsy opted out of a double elimination final, agreeing to play a single match for the title. Hontz won it 7-5 to claim the first stop on the 2015 Mezz Tour.
I Would want to thank all the players that came out to play and Bob Maidhof and his Drexeline Billiards staff, as well as sponsors Mezz Cues, Gamblin Clothing, Kamui Chalk, JD Custom Cues, Allen Hopkins Super Billiards Expo, John Barton, JB Cases, Jabcues and Things, Billiard Life, Howitzer Break Cues, and Steve Klapp Custom Cues, Billiard Life USA, and Mike Ricciardella.
Complete Payouts:
1st Rob Hontz $650
2nd Michael Praseutsy $400
3rd Wes Dobson $200
4th Mark Nanashee $150
5th Mike Saleh $80
5th Gary Serrano $80