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ACS PRESENTS LUCASI HYBRID ALL AMERICAN TOUR
RESULTS FROM Q’s SPORTS BAR & GIRL IN PORT CHARLOTTE, FL

The forty-fifth stop on the 2010-2011 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour (produced by the American CueSports Alliance – ACS) was featured in Port Charlotte, FL, on Saturday, April 9, at Q’s Sports Bar & Girl – hosting its annual Q’s Snowbird Open 8 Ball Tournament.  The $240 added handicapped tournament attracted some of the better players in Southwest Florida on 7-foot bar boxes.

 

Winner’s side semi-finals showcased Tim Barron (Sarasota, FL) 4-3 over Ken Coulter (Punta Gorda, FL) and Master Player Jud Strang (Port Charlotte, FL) 6-2 over Garry Ball (Port Charlotte, FL).  Winners side finals had Tim Barron 4-5 over Jud Strang.  In the B-side quarter finals, Ken Coulter 4-1 took out Wayne Agnew (Venice, FL) and Skyler Banfill (Bradenton, FL) 4-1 eliminated Gary Ball.  The B-side semis had Ken Coulter 4-3 over Skyler Banfill. Finals  Jud Strang then forfeited to Ken Coulter, giving Coulter a shot at undefeated Tim Barron in the tourney finals. Action proved fierce in the finals, as had Ken Coulter bested Tim Barron 4-3 in the first set and Tim Barron reciprocated with a 4-3 decision in the final set for the title.

By virtue of Albert Baker (Port Charlotte, FL) being the highest-finishing ACS member in the event, he qualified for a free 9-Ball singles entry into the 2011 Lucasi Hybrid ACS Nationals at the Tropicana Las Vegas – courtesy of the ACS.  The ACS wishes to thank sponsors Lucasi Hybrid Cues, Championship Billiard Fabric and Nick Varner Signature Cases for their support in donating “Value-In-Kind” product for this and all stops on the Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour. All entries in the Tour are also entered into a drawing in an end-of-Tour drawing for four (4) $400+ value Lucasi Hybrid Cues courtesy of Ozone Billiards.  Sponsorship opportunities and tour stop openings are still available for the 2010/2011 All American Tour by contacting the ACS.

 

The Tour nears its season ending with a Scotch Doubles event in Arizona this weekend: 1). the $300 added “Kitty’s 1st Annual Scotch Doubles Tourney” on Saturday-Sunday, April 16-17, at Kitty’s Cocktails in Gilbert, AZ (contact owner Cathy Kelley at 480-203-8640). Further information, entry details and schedules for the 2010/2011 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour or joining the 2011-2012 Tour beginning in October 2011 are available at www.americancuesports.org. 


(L-R) Ken Coulter (2nd) and Tim Barron (1st)

Final Results:

1st        Tim Barron (Sarasota, FL) [Open going to 4 games]             $580

2nd        Ken Coulter (Punta Gorda, FL) [Open going to 4 games]     $295

3rd        Jud Strang (Port Charlotte, FL) [Master going to 6 games]   $155

4th        Skyler Banfill (Bradenton, FL) [Open going to 4 games]      $80

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ACS PRESENTS LUCASI HYBRID ALL AMERICAN TOUR RESULTS - The Nite Hawk in Portland, OR – ACS/L-H Tour Stop #44

 













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RESULTS FROM THE NITE HAWK IN PORTLAND, OR

The forty-forth stop of the 2010-11 Lucasi Hybri All American Tour (produced by the American CueSports Alliance – ACS)  - The Memorial 9-Ball Tournament - was hosted in Portland, OR, on Friday thru Sunday, 8-10, at the Nite Hawk Lounge.  The $1,500 added event featured a full 48-player field in a double-elimination, handicapped 9-ball format on 8-foot Valley bar boxes.  This event annually draws the top players throughout the northwest United States, and legends such as Stan Tourangeau, Dan Louie, Rich Geiler and Glenn Atwell definitely came out for this one!  

 

With neither displaying any signs of diminished skills, both Dan Louie (Seattle, WA) and Glenn Atwell (Salem, OR) marched to the A-side semifinals, where Louie vanquished Atwell 9-3, while Bobby Zack (Portland, OR) overcame Damian Pongpanik 9-7.  Louie continued his dominance in the A-side finals to eclipse Zack by a 9-3 margin to gain the hot seat.

 

On the B-side Ivan Doty (Longview, WA) relegated Kenny Dodd (Hillsboro, OR) to 7th place, 9-3, where Dodd was joined by Matt Horner (Salem, OR), who fell to the cue of Zac Masiby (Vancouver, WA) 9-4.  In turn both Doty and Masiby were eliminated in the next round by Glenn Atwell 9-5 and Damian Pongpanik 9-5 respectively.  Atwell kept his hot hand, out stroking Damian Pongpanik at 4th place by a 9-7 margin and Bobby Zack in the B-side finals by a 9-2 score.  A claasic tourney finals emerged with a one-set, race to 11, and Dan Louie kept control to protect his winning ways for the weekend with a 11-6 victory to claim the weekend’s title!

 

By virtue of Glen Atwell being the highest-finishing ACS member in the event, he qualified for a free 8-Ball singles entry into the 2011 Lucasi Hybrid ACS Nationals at the Tropicana Las Vegas – courtesy of the ACS.  The ACS wishes to thank sponsors Lucasi Hybrid Cues, Championship Billiard Fabric and Nick Varner Signature Cases for their support in donating “Value-In-Kind” product for this and all stops on the Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour. All entries in the Tour are also entered into a drawing in an end-of-Tour drawing for four (4) $400+value Lucasi Hybrid Cues courtesy of Ozone Billiards.  Sponsorship opportunities and tour stop openings are still available for the 2010/2011 All American Tour by contacting the ACS.

 

The Tour nears its season ending with a Scotch Doubles event in Arizona this weekend: 1). the $300 added “Kitty’s 1st Annual Scotch Doubles Tourney” on Saturday-Sunday, April 16-17, at Kitty’s Cocktails in Gilbert, AZ (contact owner Cathy Kelley at 480-203-8640). Further information, entry details and schedules for the 2010/2011 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour or joining the 2011-2012 Tour beginning in October 2011 are available at www.americancuesports.org. 


(L-R) Dan Louie (1st) and Glenn Atwell (2nd)

Final Results:

1st        Dan Louie (Seattle, WA)                    $1,350

2nd        Glenn Atwell (Salem, OR)                $825

3rd        Bobby Zack (Portland, OR)               $500

4th        Damian Pongpanik (Seattle, WA)      $270

5-6th     Ivan Doty (Longview, WA)               $180

Zac Masiby (Vancouver, WA)           

7-8th      Kenny Dodd (Hillsboro, OR)             $90

Matt Horner (Salem, OR)

9-12th   Al Perez (Vancouver, WA)                 $50

            Rich Geiler (Seattle, WA)

            Justin Lilje (Portland, OR)

            Pat Schumacher (Portland, OR)

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

ACS Coach's Corner - April 2011 ACS Instructors


ACS COACH'S CORNER NEWSLETTER
American CueSports Alliance (ACS) is a non-profit, player member-governed association that offers many programs to promote the sport – including a highly-regarded Instructor-certification program dedicated towards increasing the visibility of ACS-certified instructors. The ACS Coach's Corner E-Newsletter is distributed to thousands of players. Interest in the program or specific ACS instructors may be directed to coach@americancuesports.org. To find an ACS-certified instructor in your area, CLICK HERE. For directing questions to or requesting advice from an ACS Instructor on your mechanics, drills or strategies for improving your skills in the sport, visit the new ACS Instructor Blog. An ACS Instructor will respond!

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ACS Instructor Releases New Book

ACS Instructor Allan P. Sand released a second edition of the book "Safety Toolbox" in February, 2011. It has been completely rewritten. This book covers every detail that you need to know about advanced defensive strategies. It provides an extensive set of tactics that limit the choices and options of your opponents. This book is written for the regular player. Above all, it forces you to take a serious look at your true table skills. Then it teaches you how to make realistic playing decisions.

There are drills that will improve your cue ball and object ball control. And, while you work on those, there is also information on playing smarter and using your brain before shooting. With these tools, you can actually think your way to winning more games. And your opponent won't even know how or why he is losing more often.

The book provides a straightforward development program that helps you establish a playing mindset that considers available possibilities. The head skills you will learn include analyzing your opponent, calculating the results of various ball control options, managing the table layout to help you and hurt your opponent, and more. The Green Game becomes a lot more fun with your new capabilities.

If you don't have a regular instructor, this book provides a lot of detailed information both in the short term (game tactics) and long term (skill improvements). If you have a regular instructor or coach, he can work with you to be able to absorb this material more quickly.

The book is available in several formats:
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  • CD book – opens with any internet browser.
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As a printed book it is available on worldwide online bookstores (US, UK, Europe, Asia, India, South America, and Africa). On Amazon and Barnes & Noble, it can be purchased as an eBook or paperback. On the web site (www.billiardgods.com), it is available in paperback, CD book, and eBook formats. All book purchasers receive life-time author support. Anytime a question arises about the material, send an email to: billiardgods@gmail.com.

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ATTRACTING SENIOR CITIZENS AND OTHERS TO THE SPORT OF BILLIARDS
Written collectively by ACS Instructors
Stanley O. Nichols, Jr. (Level 2)
Walter D. Ennes, Jr. (Level 2)
A Jane Knoeck (Level 1)

Remember what our parents always told us while we were growing up? Yes, the three "P's" -- Practice, Practice and more Practice. While this is especially true in all that we do, it is definately true in the sport of billiards. One such successful program has been going on for quite some time in a place called The Villages.

The Villages, Florida is a unique 55+ active adult community that provides golfing, bowling, baseball, swimming and billiards - with 1500+ clubs/activities and 19 community recreational centers that house a total of 114 pool tables. The resident population is currently in excess of 80,000+ seniors. Not all residents want or are able to participate in the outdoor activities. They look to indoor activities to keep their "minds" and "bodies" in shape. Seniors work hard to improve their billiards skills learned at ACS classes by competing in the many billiard leagues throughout the Villages and participating in The Senior Games on both State and National levels. Therefore, billiards has become extremely popular in The Villages.

ACS instructors in the Villages offer the following:

In the last three years the ACS instructors have taught over 2,500 senior “students” free of charge. The student ages range from 55 – 90 + and comprise both men and women. The instructors volunteer their services. Lessons are taught at three community recreational centers on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout the year with each session lasting approximately two hours.

Regular class size averages between ten to 30 students and are divided into three segments:

  • Basics
  • Basics to Intermediate
  • Intermediate to Advanced

Periodically, a six week structured course with a certificate of completion is offered. Class sizes are limited to 18 students (six per instructor).

Student testimonials include:
  • There are no limits to the number of classes a student can attend. They attend until they reach their own personal satisfaction and are prepared for social or league play.
  • The instructors are affiliated with a national organization (ACS) and are certified. This gives the student the confidence they are being trained by professionals.
  • They like the fact that this training is free of charge.
  • The instructors are respectful to all, regardless of their age.
  • The instructors are compassionate to those people with disabilities (i.e., hearing loss, reading lips, wheel chair, degenerative eyesight, partial amputees on crutches, retention span, and other special needs).
  • The instructors have the utmost patience in teaching and are very thorough in describing the lesson in recognizable terms.
  • In all cases, instructors are aware of the physical limitations of class participants and possible limited mobilities.
  • Accommodations are made when necessary. Students are offered video instruction, handouts, as well as training aids. Practice drills are given at every class. Emphasis is on PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.

Learning and playing billiards is an excellent way for participants to increase memory and mental functions. The sport can also help everyone build lasting friendships while instilling confidence and personal satisfaction. In many areas across the country, recreation centers, senior centers, fitness facilities and other privately-owned indoor sports arenas provide equipment so there is little, or no financial investment needed.

Partnerships between retired seniors, local governments, schools and privately owned retirement communities can be implemented by encouraging ACS instructors to establish a "free" Speakers Bureau Program in their individual communities. Local governments are always looking for ways to expand or start new recreation programs for citizens; including city senior centers, schools and neighborhood recreation centers. Billiards programs are an excellent way to help instill personal pride and patience in our nation's youth, while at the same time allowing our country's retired or disabled seniors to continue their goals of sharing and helping others enjoy one of our nation's greatest indoor sport.


Inquiries regarding gaining ACS Instructor Certification may be made to coach@americancuesports.org.

ACS PRESENTS LUCASI HYBRID ALL AMERICAN TOUR RESULTS - Sharky's Billiards - #43

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Subject: ACS PRESENTS LUCASI HYBRID ALL AMERICAN TOUR RESULTS - Sharky's Billiards - #43
Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2011 05:53:36 -0600
From: ACS Member Services <memberservices@americancuesports.org>
Reply-To: memberservices@americancuesports.org
To: Cuebux Billiard Supply <sales@cuebux.com>

 

 The forty-third stop on the 2010-2011 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour (produced by the American CueSports Alliance – ACS) was produced in Davenport, IA, on Saturday, March 26.  The $500 added event featured a 25-player field in a double-elimination 8-ball format on 7-foot Valley bar boxes.  In the A-side semifinals Dan Stienberg (Rockford, IL), rated a “5” on a regional handicap system used, outscored Dean Fuller [4] (Davenport, IA) 5-2, while Jason Totten [4] (Clinton, IA) defeated Joe Villalpando [5] (Bettendorf, IA) 4-3.     

In the B-side round of eight, Billy Spatafora [5] (Rockford, IL) and Travis Frazelle [4] (Moline, IL) respectively eliminated Anthony Shea [5] (Rockford, IL) 5-3 and Steve Westlin [5] (Bettendorf, IA) 4-2 at 7th place.  But both Spatafora and Frazelle were ousted in the next round at 5th place to the cues of Dean Fuller 4-4 and Joe Villalpando 5-3 respectively.  Villalpando then ousted Fuller at 4th place 5-2, but Joe was in turn relegated to 3rd place by Jason Totten 4-3.  The tourney final was all Dan Stienberg, as he dominated Jason Totten 5-1 for the title!    

 

By virtue of Travis Frazelle being the highest-finishing ACS member in the event, he qualified for a free 9-Ball singles entry into the 2011 Lucasi Hybrid ACS Nationals at the Tropicana Las Vegas – courtesy of the ACS.  The ACS wishes to thank sponsors Lucasi Hybrid Cues, Championship Billiard Fabric and Nick Varner Signature Cases for their support in donating “Value-In-Kind” product for this and all stops on the Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour. All entries in the Tour are also entered into a drawing in an end-of-Tour drawing for four (4) $400+value Lucasi Hybrid Cues courtesy of Ozone Billiards.  Sponsorship opportunities and tour stop openings are still available for the 2010/2011 All American Tour by contacting the ACS.

 

The Tour moves west and south this next weekend of April 8-10 with 1). the annual $1,500-added Memorial 9-Ball Tournament Friday thru Sunday, April 8-10, at The Nite Hawk in Portland, OR (contact Bill Mildenberger Jr. at 503-285-7177), and 2). the $500-added Snow Bird 8-Ball Open on Saturday, April 9, in Port Charlotte, FL (contact Ken Coulter at 941-585-9600).  Further information, entry details and schedules for the 2010/2011 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour are available at www.americancuesports.org.

 

Final Results:

1st        Dan Stienberg (Rockford, IL)             $330

2nd       Jason Totten (Clinton, IA)                  $225 + $65 side pot

3rd        Joe Villalpando (Bettendorf, IA)       $155 + $35 side pot 

4th        Dean Fuller (Davenport, IA)              $90

5-6th     Billy Spatafora (Rockford, IL)           $60

Travis Frazelle (Moline, IL)               Free Singles entry to ACS Nationals 

7-8th     Anthony Shea (Rockford, IL)             $40

             Steve Westlin (Bettendorf, IA)

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The sport of pool and billiards has a unique opportunity. Youtube has selected Inside POOL Video as a semifinalist in the Nextup Program. The program will select Youtube producers to receive assistance from Youtube in creating better programming. Inside POOL Video is asking for everybody's help by voting for free between now and April 8 at the Nextup Program page. It's free, easy and can be done every day to help promote billiards.

Please visit the link and vote once per day, every day, until April 8 to help Youtube choose to promote the sport of pool and billiards. Sharing with fellow billiard enthusiasts on Facebook, Twitter and forums is greatly appreciated.

Inside POOL Video creates a variety of programming dedicated to the sport of pool and billiards. Several favorite segments include full-length professional matches, pool lessons, trick shots, player interviews and What's in the Case. The segments were developed to accompany the online version of Inside POOL Magazine.

J.R. Calvert of Inside POOL said, “We feel that this is a unique opportunity for the sport of pool and billiards. To partner with Youtube has infinite possibilities for promoting the sport of billiards. We're asking everybody that loves pool to vote for us at the Next Program page. It's free, easy and a great way to help promote the sport. We may never get another opportunity to help billiards like this."

To vote to help promote billiards, visit the following URL and giving it a thumbs up daily:

Voters are encouraged to vote every day between now and April 8. Voters are permitted to vote only one time per day.

Any billiards enthusiast that would love to see more and better free billiards programming is also encouraged to share this with friends on Facebook, Twitter, forums and other social networking sites.

About Inside POOL Magazine
Inside POOL Magazine launched in 2001 and, with pool player-based content and high impact photography, quickly became the largest magazine in the world for the sport of billiards. The official web site, InsidePOOLmag.com, followed shortly after and became one of the largest web sites in billiards. The web site features videos, image galleries, pool lessons, custom pool cue makers, online games, player profiles, tournament brackets, live streaming video, rules, product reviews, and the latest billiard news from around the world.

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