More Top Players Fall at Predator Straight Pool

Feijen is just one of the European players man-handling the rest of the field at the Predator World 14.1 Straight Pool Championship.

Feijen is just one of the European players man-handling the rest of the field at the Predator World 14.1 Straight Pool Championship.

As play continued at the Predator World Straight Pool Championship in East Brunswick, NJ, several top players were eliminated including Johnny Archer, Tony Robles, Mike Davis and Charlie Williams.  The tournament has seen several upsets and surprises thus far, but with some of the pre-tournment favorites and round robin monsters out of contention, it seems like anybody’s tournament after these early extis.

Inside POOL Magazine would like to apologize for the misinformation that was passed along to our readers.  We originally reported that the top 32 players, the top four players from each grouping of the round robin stages, would advance into a single elimination bracket to continue the remainder of the tournament.  This information was incorrect as the top 32 players advance into a double elminiation bracket. 

View the UPDATED and Corrected Predator World Straight Pool Championship double elimination brackets

The European contingent is living up to expectations, continuing to dominate and lay all comers to waste.  Nick Van Den Berg, Mika Immonen, Thorsten HohmannNiels Feijen, Thomas Engert, Oliver Ortmann, and young phenom Dominic Jentsch all are still alive and on the right side of the brackets.  One slight shocker was Raj Hundal defeating round robin killer Johnny Archer in the first round. 

For the U.S. players, Corey Deuel, Danny Harriman and Mike Dechaine are alive and kicking on the no-loss side while BCA Hall of Famer Allen Hopkins and John Schmidt face each other in the west side of the brackets on Friday.

Here are the standings after the round robin stage.

Final 32 Standings
1 Immomen 7 0 700 210
2 VanDenberg 7 0 700 238
3 Archer 7 0 700 314
4 Feijen 7 0 700 339
5 Bustamante 6 1 667 371
6 Ortman 6 1 660 404
7 Daya 6 1 613 413
8 Williams 5 2 663 392
9 Souquet 6 1 667 348
10 Stepanov 6 1 648 296
11 Dechaine 5 2 683 429
12 Sigel 5 2 644 393
13 See 5 2 629 348
14 Deuel 5 2 626 436
15 Babica 5 2 624 492
16 Maidhof 5 2 621 462
17 Schmidt 5 2 688 564
18 Hopkins 5 2 635 362
19 Lipsky 5 2 600 448
20 Chavez 5 2 599 445
21 Harriman 5 2 598 479
22 Hunter 5 2 571 555
23 Engert 5 2 568 338
24 Facquet 4 3 555 421
25 Hohmann 5 2 597 364
26 Jentsch 4 3 657 473
27 Barouty 4 3 584 531
28 Pettipiece 4 3 580 550
29 Davis 4 3 569 521
30 Hundal 4 3 554 494
31 Robles 4 3 477 577
32 Ouschan 3 4 546 635

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