David Alcaide of Spain has taken the title of the first Predator International 10-Ball tour. Alcaide played flawless pool in the final match against Niels Feijen of the Netherlands. Tied after the first two racks, Alcaide then took control of the match and never let Feijen have any opportunity to make a comeback. Alcaide took racks 3, 4, 5 and 6 to mount a four-game lead, then surrendered what would be Feijens final 10-Ball in rack number 7. From there, Alcaide completely ruled the day and easily swept the last three racks for the victory.Our champion was very gracious and modest in celebrating his victory. He thanked Predator and the staff for a fine event and shied away from any grandiose claims. He need not make any. It was quite obvious that he was the best player today and he has made his mark now as a player to be feared on this tour.
The next stop on the Predator International 10-Ball Tour will occur in January in Spain, Alcaides home turf. He will enter that event as a favorite and is looking forward to defending his status as current champion. Our thanks go out to all who made this event possible and we look forward to the upcoming stops al; around the world.