Billiard Club TV Presents: The World Pool Masters = Ralf Souquet vs. Wu Chia-Ching

The World Pool Masters is brought to you by: This is the Billiard Club TV Presentation of Match #14 featuring Ralf Souquet vs. Wu Chia-Ching. Please SUBSCRIBE, RATE and COMMENT BCn is the world’s #1 online source for championship pool. BilliardClub Network, in association with Matchroom Sport, presents the 2006 World Pool Masters from the Hotel Zuiderduin in Egmond aan Zee on the Nederland’s north sea coast. 16 of the world’s finest 9-Ball Players from nine nations compete for the title of World Pool Master. The game is 9-Ball, with each match a race to 8 racks with alternate breaks. Commentators Jim Wych and Ted Lerner call all the action. Event info @ http Please SUBSCRIBE to BCn. Your COMMENTS are encouraged, welcomed and appreciated. Also, please support our sponsors: Thanks for watching BCn! Footage courtesy of Matchroom Sport

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  1. SnareBuff says:

    If they’re as good as you proclaim them to be, then their names should be everywhere. Let’s face it, America is dry on up and coming talent. There may be some great players, but Europe and Asia have stepped into view – especially Asia – and asserted some dominance. Players like Souquet, Immonen, Wu, Bustamante, Reyes, Pagulyan, have been consistantly dominating the game for years. A once American-dominated game has now surrendered to players overseas.

  2. perfectshot77 says:

    Theres obviously no convincing you and I’ve grown tired of trying to convince you. So if your ever going to learn the truth that their are many players with equal or superior talent but just happen not to play on tv you’ll just have to seek it out for yourself, goodbye.

  3. lemonite1 says:

    @SnareBuff you guys should just settle your argument on the table for money.

  4. perfectshot77 says:

    accomplished something and you will never here the end of them saying “I beat you” even years later, its weird they always want to bring you down and hurt you for no reason at all and beside all that, its boring and not fun to play with them unless your trying to stick around then long enough to mabie get laid, which I am not.

  5. perfectshot77 says:

    best at that particular moment in time and if they ever win a game even if you are the cause of their axedental win they completely and utterly freak out and run around cheering as if they have actually

  6. perfectshot77 says:

    The problem of playing an unprofessional woman player is they complain if they are doing terribly which is almost constant and they complain and get mad at you if your doing at all well against them and they try to humiliate you if you aren’t playing your

  7. perfectshot77 says:

    Heres a few of their names for you as proof and all of these players could easlily compete with the tv players Richard Geiler, Dan Louie, John Doherty, Stan Tourangeau, Mike Vidas, kris Ivorson, Glenn Atwell, Edwin Montel, Mike Zimmerman, Raul Abenojar, Paul Potier, Eddie Mataya, Brady Gollan and the list goes on and on. The players on tv are good but they should have to use smaller pockets for their level of play.

  8. 12lipa says:

    wrong flag on Wu’s bio. That’s the flag of the Philippines.

  9. widebodys13 says:

    A lot of the players you speak of are great players. Don’t get me wrong, but most of them are past they’re prime. America does have some good players, but as of right now, we are lacking the talent the other countries do. I probably know a lot of the players you know, as well as players from other countries, and by far they practice a lot harder than we do.

  10. widebodys13 says:

    There’s a lot of good players from all over the U.S., billy palmer, rafael martinez, mark haddad, etc…., but ask any of them if they’ll play the pros they see on tv intnernationally even, and I’d bet 90% would want weight. My friend from the philippines who’s a 3rd tier player beat paul poitier like nothing. He’s not even near the level of efren, bustamante and such, but that just goes to show you the level of talent.

  11. phixxwutwut says:

    everything perfectshot has said is complete garbage. thanks.

  12. perfectshot77 says:

    I’ve met and spoken to some of the players I speak of and I have seen them play in person so I know how they play and they do play as well or better then some of the tv players, so if their runs of five, six, seven and even eight racks in a row that I’ve personally witnessed arent good enough to you then you obviously dont know shit about what good pool is.

  13. 0ooGummies says:

    @12lipa that’s because now he is representing the Phillipines, he’s no longer in the pool scene in Taiwan. He plays for the Phillipines now.

  14. jspence91 says:

    @0ooGummies the flag is wrong because the bio is wrong, the bio is meant for Alex Pagulayan.

  15. LOCODESCARGA says:

    Efren Reyes, Efren Reyes, refren reyes, Efren Reyes

  16. reddotgolfers says:

    Wu Chia Ching is now a Singaporean

  17. Pandush1 says:

    wu is unlocky and ralf is a perfect master

  18. tuitenlabi says:

    no one can beat Ralf Souquet now…even Efren Reyes….sad mannn..

  19. 400timesmore says:

    @tuitenlabi: u think there’s a 9-ball player who is unbeatable? well, then u probably don’t know much about 9-ball.

    And really, u wonna compare efren vs. Ralph? Look at ralph’s bio and see who he has listed as his favourite player – Efren. Ralph knows that efren is better.

  20. pigdisposal says:

    why does it say wu won the 2005 us open championships? Alex Pagulayan won that.

  21. phixxwutwut says:

    wu ran pretty bad in this match, and ralf played good.

  22. nicolasenemyslayer says:

    nice rack !!lol

  23. RickieKRUFF says:

    i’ve watched this a dozen times already and i still get excited when i’m to watch it again….great stuff!!!!

  24. ProdigyKimXP says:

    damn i just had to fullscreen this video

  25. rahimkab says:

    Ronnie O’Sullivan would have owned that kid in snooker

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