Shaw Runs First 100: Mika Runs 100! Schmidt Takes a Loss! ANDY Cloth 74th World Tournament of 14.1 Day 1

Photo Courtesy by World Tournament of 14.1

Photo Courtesy by World Tournament of 14.1

New York City, NY- Action and drama has already begun on Day 1 of pool’s oldest championship. Two hundred ball runs were recorded already along with several near 100 ball runs.
The ANDY CLOTH 74th World Tournament is taking place on August 4th-9th, 2014. Dragon Promotions and Dr. Michael Fedak are pleased to bring the 74th production of the oldest billiard event in the world . Also sponsored by Andy Cloth, Kamui Brands, OB Cues, Amsterdam Billiard Club,, Pool & Billiard Magazine , Aramith Balls, and George Beckman Kinetic Sculptures. Official patron 14.1 aficionados are Stu Mattana, Tom Gleich, Harold Siegel, Dr. Greg Diehl Plastic Surgery, and Official World 14.1 photographer Charles Eames. A star studded field has made it back once again to the 14.1 extravaganza taking place at Steinway Billiards Cafe, who is once more hosting the world’s greatest straight pool championship.

Scotland’s Jayson Shaw came out the gate firing with a 100 ball clearance in his first match against North Carolina’s Tom Gleich.
Shaw is looking to improve on his 5th place debut last year.

“It was beautiful to watch”, commented Gleich on the perfect run.

Throwback pro Earl Herring gave new BCA Hall of Famer Mika Immonen a fit with a 100-28 crushing of the former finalist. Herring also is remembered to have given Hohmann his only loss last year en route to his eventual victory.

Immonen however did come right back and schooled Israel’s Zion Zvi with a 100 ball run of his own on the TV match.

Another surprise came at the hands of pro newbie Justin Bergman who easily defeated former World 14.1 champ John Schmidt 100- 15. “I’m really enjoying myself at the World Tournament. It’s my first time in New York City”, said Bergman, one of the Mosconi USA hopefuls.

Hohmann won his match with a 98 ball run over Charles Eames while Mike Dechaine blanked Dennis Hatch 100-0 with a 97 ball run on the TV table.

Watch online Pay Per View at and order tickets for the 14.1 Hall of Fame Banquet.


Group 1


  1. Thorsten Hohmann GER
  2. Jeanette Lee USA
  3. Jeremy Sossei USA
  4. James Heller   USA
  5. Charles Eames   USA
  6. Eddie Kwok USA Q
Group 2
  1. Darren Appleton  ENG
  2. Mike Davis USA
  3. Jonni Fulcher  SCO
  4. Shaun Wilkie   USA
  5. Tom Karabotsos  USA  Q
  6. Dan Christian USA   Q
Group 3
  1. John Schmidt  USA
  2. Evgeny Stalev RUS
  3. Justin Bergman USA
  4. Frank Scharbach GER  Q
  5. Frankie Hernandez USA
  6. Joey Landi USA  Q
Group 4
  1. Stephan Cohen  FRA
  2. Earl Strickland  USA
  3. Charlie  Williams   USA
  4. Tony Robles  USA
  5. Michael Yednak  USA
  6. Bob Madenjian USA  Q
Group 5
  1. Mika Immonen   FIN
  2. Corey Deuel  USA
  3. Zion Zvi ISR
  4. Earl Herring  USA
  5. Jeff Crawford USA Q
  6. Kevin Clark USA
Group 6
  1. Van Boening  USA
  2. Jayson Shaw  SCO
  3. Max Eberle  USA
  4. Tom Gleich  USA
  5. Sean Morgan USA
  6. Mike Verkruyse  Q
Group 7
  1. Dennis Hatch  USA
  2. Johnny Archer  USA
  3. Andre Lackner GER   Q
  4. Mike Dechaine  USA
  5. David Daya USA
  6. Dennis Spears USA  Q
Group 8
  1. Warren Kiamco  PHL
  2. Ralph Eckert   GER
  3. Danny Barouty   USA
  4. Hunter Lombardo  USA  Q
  5. Jonathan Smith USA  Q
  6. Ed Culhane  USA

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Andy Cloth, OB Cues, Excelsior Graphics, Pool & Billiard Magazine, Amsterdam Billiard Club, Kamui, , Aramith Balls, and host Steinway Billiards are the Official Sponsors of the event
Watch online Pay Per View at and order tickets for the 14.1 Hall of Fame Banquet.

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