CueSports International Announces U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship Player List and Payouts

CueSports International Announces U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship Player List and Payouts

When CueSports International (CSI) initially announced the 2010 U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship, being held May 17-22, 2010 at the Riviera Hotel & Casino, the anticipated max field size was 96 players. Due to player response, CSI has expanded the field to 112 in the event’s inaugural year. The premier $25,000 added event will take place immediately following the PartyPoker.net World Pool Masters (May 12-16), during the 34th BCAPL National 8-Ball Championships (May 14-22).

Open to men, women, amateur and professional players worldwide, the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship is a Billiard Congress of America (BCA) point event and recognized by the Women’s Professional Billiard Association (WPBA). Below is the player list for the 2010 U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship and payout based on the full 112 field.

There are still five opportunities to win a paid entry to the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship. The five qualifiers are being held in the following locations in the U.S. and Canada: April 3-4 with $300 added at Pool Sharks, Las Vegas, NV (702) 222-1011; April 10-11 with $1000 added at The Golden Fleece, Kenmore, WA (425) 908-7332; April 10-11 with $1000 added at First Break Café, Sterling, VA; April 17-18 at the Wynkoop, Denver, CO; and April 23-25 with $2000 added at Sharks Club, Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada (780) 818-0110. Please call the respective qualifier contact numbers for details. A sixth spot will also be won by the open division top point leader after the 6th stop of the Ozone Billiards Predator Tour.

For more information about the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship contact Holly Ryan at CueSports International at holly@playcsipool.com or call CSI at (702) 719-7665

When CueSports International (CSI) initially announced the 2010 U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship, being held May 17-22, 2010 at the Riviera Hotel & Casino, the anticipated max field size was 96 players.

When CueSports International (CSI) initially announced the 2010 U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship, being held May 17-22, 2010 at the Riviera Hotel & Casino, the anticipated max field size was 96 players.

U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship player list (updated 3/31/10)

Yukio Akagariyama

Bill Dunsmore

Al Lapena

Onaga Ryoko

David Alcaide

Max Eberle

Bob Lewis

John Schmidt

Ronnie Alcano

Tyler Edey

Steve Lillis

Huidji See

Darren Appleton

Tron Engabakk

Li-Wen Lo

Jeremy Sossei

Johnny Archer

Thomas Engert

Hunter Lombardo

Ralf Souquet

Glenn Atwell

Kelly Fisher

Dan Louie

Earl Strickland

James Baraks

Roberto Gomez

Fabian Louison

Tommy Tokoph

Jennifer Barretta

Mark Grey

Rafael Martinez

Stan Tourangeau

Chris Bartram

David Grou

Veronique Menard

Marco Tschudi

Gus Briseno

Greg Harada Jr.

Stevie Moore

Kenichi Uchigaki

Francisco Bustamante

Corey Harper

Rodney Morris

Louis Ulrich

Sal Butera

Dennis Hatch

Ohi Naoyuki

Shane Van Boening

Carlos Cabello

Daniel Heidrich

Kazuki Nishimura

James Wagner

Yu Ram Cha

Rory Henrickson

Ben Nunan

Dan Wallace

Marcus Chamat

Frankie Hernandez

Sylver Ochoa

Robert Weimar

Shu Han Chang

Thorsten Hohmann

Dennis Orcollo

Shaun Wilkie

Chieh Yu Chou

Allen Hopkins

Jasmin Ouschan

Charlie Williams

Lee Van Corteza

Raj Hundal

Gabe Owen

Youtarou Yamaguchi

Francis Crevier

Mika Immonen

Alex Pagulayan

Michael Yednak

Brendan Crockett

Jeffrey Jimenez

Jose Parica

Tominaga Yoshiuki

Kim Davenport

Jeremy Jones

Daryl Peach

Mike Davis

Paul Juarez

Jonathan Pinegar

Mike Dechaine

Adam Kielar

Efren Reyes

Corey Deuel

Ga Young Kim

Jason Robichaud

Peter Dimmick

Jason Klatt

Tony Robles

Oscar Dominquez

Pin-Yi Ko

James Roberts

Ernesto Dominquez

Po-Cheng Kuo

Sarah Rousey

Tony Drago

Toru Kuribayashi

Beau Runningen

Payout Based on 112 player field

(total $81,000)

1st Place: $20,000

2nd Place: $12,000

3rd Place: $8,000

4th Place: $5,600

5th-6th Place: $3,600

7th-8th Place: $2,100

9th-12th Place: $1,450

13th – 16th: Place: $1,125

17th – 24th Place: $875

25th – 32nd Place: $650

Top Woman Player Bonus:

1st: $1,000

2nd: $500

CueSports International is dedicated to creating more choices for all players. CSI is the parent company of the BCA Pool League, the National Championship Series (NCS), and the USA Pool League. CSI also produces independent events such as the U.S. Bar Table Championships, the Jay Swanson Memorial and the U.S. Open 10-Ball Championship. Visit www.playcsipool.com, www.playbca.com and www.playusapool.com for more information about CSI and its divisions.

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