1999 World Professional Pool Championship

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1999 World Professional Pool Championship
Tournament information
Dates18 – 26 July 1999
CityCardiff
CountryWales
Organisation(s)Matchroom Sport
FormatGroup stage, Single elimination
Final
ChampionEfren Reyes
Runner-upChang Hao-ping
Score17–8

The 1999 World Professional Pool Championship was a professional pool championship that took place in 1999 in Cardiff, Wales. The event was billed as a world championship by Matchroom Sport as an alternative to the World Pool Association's 1999 WPA World Nine-ball Championship, won by Nick Varner.[1] Despite there being two world title for the same discipline in 1999, both are considered as valid in 1999 by the World Pool Association.[2][1]

The event was won by Efren Reyes, who defeated Chang Hao-ping in the final 17–8.[3] At the time of the event, it was not recognised as a world championship, however, after the event was well received, the WPA worked with Matchroom sport for later versions of the event, and retrospectively recognised as a world championship.[1][4] The championships were merged in 2000, but were also held in Wales.

Knockout round[edit]

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Round of 64 (Race to 9) Round of 32 (Race to 9) Round of 16 (Race to 11) Quarter-Final (Race to 11) Semi-Final (Race to 11) Final (Race to 17)
            
United States Johnny Archer 9
Canada Ronnie Wiseman 5
United States Johnny Archer 9
United States Kim Davenport 7
Canada Luc Salvas 3
United States Kim Davenport 9
United States Johnny Archer 5
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 11
Sweden Tom Storm 6
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 9
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 9
Chinese Taipei Kun Fang Lee 5
Chinese Taipei Kun Fang Lee 9
Japan Takahashi Kunihiko 8
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 11
Japan Hisashi Yamamoto 6
Germany Harald Stolka 8
Japan Takashi Toda 9
Japan Takashi Toda 9
China Lee Wei Chen 3
China Lee Wei Chen 9
Canada Paul Potier 8
Japan Takashi Toda 6
Japan Hisashi Yamamoto 11
United States Tommy Kennedy 2
Japan Hisashi Yamamoto 9
Japan Hisashi Yamamoto 9
Germany Ralph Eckert 3
Sweden Marcus Chamat 4
Germany Ralph Eckert 9
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 11
Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-Pang 6
Australia Quinten Hann 5
Philippines Leonardo Andam 9
Philippines Leonardo Andam 1
United Kingdom Steve Knight 9
Poland Mariusz Roter 2
United Kingdom Steve Knight 9
United Kingdom Steve Knight 11
Japan Satoshi Kawabata 8
Germany Bernd Jahnke 9
Japan Yutaka Fukuda 7
Germany Bernd Jahnke 3
Japan Satoshi Kawabata 9
United States Jon Kucharo 4
Japan Satoshi Kawabata 9
United Kingdom Steve Knight 6
Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-Pang 11
Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-Pang 9
Japan Takeshi Okumura 4
Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-Pang 9
Greece Hsiao Lan Fan 7
United States Earl Strickland 3
Greece Hsiao Lan Fan 9
Chinese Taipei Chao Fong-Pang 11
Russia Evgeny Stalev 8
United States Randy Pruman 3
Russia Evgeny Stalev 9
Russia Evgeny Stalev 9
United States Mike Coltrain 6
United States Mike Coltrain 9
United Kingdom Andy Richardson 5
Chinese Taipei Chang Hao-Ping 8
Philippines Efren Reyes 17
United States James Rempe 9
Switzerland Sam Cleaman 6
United States James Rempe 8
Philippines Francisco Bustamante 9
Philippines Francisco Bustamante 9
United States Tony Ellin 1
Philippines Francisco Bustamante 11
Italy Fabio Petroni 8
United States Corey Deuel 9
Mexico Ernesto Dominguez 1
United States Corey Deuel 5
Italy Fabio Petroni 9
Italy Fabio Petroni 9
China Shin-Young Park 5
Philippines Francisco Bustamante 11
United States Mike Lebron 3
Luxembourg Marc Holtz 6
Netherlands Michael Schmidt 9
Netherlands Michael Schmidt 9
United States Tang Hoa 7
Philippines Rodolfo Luat 5
United States Tang Hoa 9
Netherlands Michael Schmidt 10
United States Mike Lebron 11
Canada Alain Martel 6
United States Jeremy Jones 9
United States Jeremy Jones 8
United States Mike Lebron 9
England Steve Davis 8
United States Mike Lebron 9
Philippines Francisco Bustamante 4
Philippines Efren Reyes 11
Germany Oliver Ortmann 9
Malta Tony Drago 8
Germany Oliver Ortmann 8
Chinese Taipei Lu Hui-Chan 9
Chinese Taipei Lu Hui-Chan 9
Luxembourg Steve Leisen 5
Chinese Taipei Lu Hui-Chan 4
Japan Akikumo Toshikawa 11
Chinese Taipei Min Wai Chin 7
Netherlands Alex Lely 9
Netherlands Alex Lely 3
Japan Akikumo Toshikawa 9
Japan Akikumo Toshikawa 9
Denmark Rico Diks 7
Japan Akikumo Toshikawa 9
Philippines Efren Reyes 11
Germany Thomas Engert 8
England Jimmy White 9
England Jimmy White 8
Philippines Efren Reyes 9
South Korea Young-Hwa Jeong 6
Philippines Efren Reyes 9
Philippines Efren Reyes 11
Germany Ralf Souquet 7
England Steve James 9
Canada Alex Pagulayan 6
England Steve James 5
Germany Ralf Souquet 9
Germany Ralf Souquet 9
United States Charlie Williams 7

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Metcalfe, Nick. The Pool Bible. Google Books. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Tribute Page for FCC". CodePen. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  3. ^ "Table No. 1: Efren "The Magician" Reyes". Bata Bar & Billiards. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  4. ^ a b "World 9-Ball Championship 1999 :: ProPool.info". propool.info. Retrieved 10 January 2019.

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