2010 World Cup of Pool

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The 2010 World Cup of Pool was the fifth World Cup of Pool championship. It was held at the Robinsons Place Manila in Manila, Philippines, from September 7 to 12, 2010. China won this year's event.[1]

Rules[edit]

  • Winners' break.
  • Teammates take shots alternately.
  • Race to eight racks for matches prior to the quarterfinals.
  • Race to nine racks for matches from the quarterfinals to the semifinals.
  • Race to eleven racks for the Final.
  • Eighty-second shot clock for the shot immediately after the break, forty seconds for other shots.
  • In order for a break to be legal, two balls must pass over the head string.

Cash prizes[edit]

Stage Prize Money
(Total-US$250,000)
Winner US$60,000
Runner Up US$30,000
Semi Final US$16,000
Quarter Final US$10,000
Second Round US$5,000
First Round US$3,000

Participating nations[edit]

Draw[edit]

Round 1 Round 2 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                             
1  Philippines A 8
 Thailand 3
1  Philippines A 6
16  Indonesia 8
16  Indonesia 8
 India 7
16  Indonesia 3
8  China 9
8  China 8
 Belgium 2
8  China 8
9  Italy 5
9  Italy 8
 Korea 6
8  China 9
5  Germany 7
5  Germany 8
 Hong Kong 4
5  Germany 8
 Russia 1
12  Canada 4
 Russia 8
5  Germany 9
13  France 7
4  England 8
 Qatar 7
4  England 6
13  France 8
13  France 8
 Australia 5
8  China 10
3  Philippines B 5
3  Philippines B 8
 Croatia 4
3  Philippines B 8
14  Spain 4
14  Spain 8
 Vietnam 5
3  Philippines B 9
11  Finland 1
6  Netherlands 8
 Austria 3
6  Netherlands 1
11  Finland 8
11  Finland 8
 Singapore 2
3  Philippines B 9
7  Taiwan 8
7  Taiwan 8
 Malaysia 2
7  Taiwan 8
10  Japan 2
10  Japan 8
 Slovenia 7
7  Taiwan 9
15  Poland 5
2  USA 8
 Sweden 7
2  USA 7
15  Poland 8
15  Poland 8
 Malta 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CHINA WIN THE 2010 WORLD CUP OF POOL". matchroompool.com. Retrieved 12 September 2010. 
  2. ^ Teams announced for 2010 World Cup of Pool

External links[edit]