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MikeJanis
02-16-2005, 01:28 PM
THE VIKING CUE 9-BALL TOUR --- BE THERE !

OPEN EVENTS = Entrance to the tournaments are not restricted to anyone
("Anyone Can Play").


$2,000 ADDED
*** OPEN event ***
FEBRUARY 19-20 AT 1PM (Saturday)
ROCKFORD BILLIARD CAFE
(formally known as Leisure Tyme Billiards)
1436 NORTH MAIN
ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS
815-962-0957
$2,000 ADDED
$1,000 GUARANTEED TO 1ST PLACE
RACE TO 9 ON 7'
The Tournament Director for this event is Mike Janis

Click on the below links to VIEW or PRINT flyers for Viking Tour
Championship events.

$25,000 National Championship (Chicago) March 2-6, 2005
http://www.azbilliards.com/tourneyfliers/vikingchampad.pdf

$10,000 Added Georgia Tournament February 26-27, 2005
http://www.azbilliards.com/tourneyfliers/champpoolroom2ad.pdf


*** OPEN event ***
***** $10,000 ADDED *****
Double Regional Championship
FEBRUARY 26-27 AT NOON
THE POOL ROOM 2
3550 MALL BLVD
DULUTH, GEORGIA
$10,000 ADDED
$2,500 GUARANTEED TO 1ST PLACE !
$55 Entry Fee For Viking Tour Members
$75 Fee For Non Viking Tour Members
$40 Entry Fee For JR Players (Age 16 & Under)
$40 Entry Fee For Non Touring Women Players
All Non Members Must Buy A Viking Tour Card ($20)
Entry fees include $15 for table time and registration fee.
This means that $40 from every entry fee goes into the prize fund + $10,000
added.
This event is played on CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR EDITION CLOTH with ARAMITH BALLS
with the PRO CUP CUE BALL (6 red dots).

$1,000 ADDED
*** OPEN event ***
MARCH 1, 2005 AT 6PM (TUESDAY)
PALACE BILLIARDS
160 ROODEVELT DRIVE
VILLA PARK, ILLINOIS
630-941-3500
$1,000 ADDED
$35 Entry Fee
RACE TO ? ON 9' TABLES (single elimination)
Last Chance Qualifer
for National Championship
The Tournament Director for this event is Mike Janis

$25,000
*** OPEN event *** Presented By Brunswick Tables
THE VIKING CUE 9-BALL TOURS
$25,000 NATIONAL GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP
$5,000 Guaranteed to 1st Place.
MARCH 2-6, 2005
Registration ends at 4pm on Wednesday 3/2
Player Meeting at 4pm
Tournament Play
Begins at 6pm on Wednesday 3/2
Tournament Location Is---
PALACE BILLIARDS
160 ROOSEVELT DRIVE
VILLA PARK, ILLINOIS
630-941-3500
$25,000 GUARANTEED PRIZE FUND
Race to 11 - Double Elimination - No Player Limit
There is NO Entry Fee for Viking Tour Members. However, all Viking Tour
member players must pay a registration fee of $40 no later than February
24th to guarantee there place in
this event.
Fees for non Viking Tour members is $100 this includes Tour Card and
Registration Fees.
All fees recieved after February 24th will be an additional
$10.
Please guarantee your place in this event by sending your fees to: Mike
Janis at PO Box 111135 - Cleveland, Ohio 44111
MONEY ORDERS ONLY. If you have any questions regarding this event email
Mike Janis at vikingtour@sbcglobal.net
The Tournament Directors for this event are Mike and Matt Janis If there are
over 160 players in the event the Race will change from a race to 11 to 11
on winners and 9 on loosers. If over 196 players the races will change to 9
and 9.
The Player Auction will take place on Friday night at Midnight or after the
final rounds of the evening.
If you pay the non member fees of $100 and become a
member prior to the event you will be refunded the difference at the event.
This event is played on CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR EDITION CLOTH with ARAMITH BALLS
with the PRO CUP CUE BALL (6 red dots).

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OPEN EVENT INFORMATION

(EXCEPTIONS TO THE BELOW ARE
WOMEN'S AND CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS)

The entry fees for the open events are $35.
The entry fee include $10 for table time/registration fee.
There will also be a Player Auction at these events
and the minimum bid will be $10.
The player auction is optional by player.
There is also a $20 tour card fee per tour year.

The above events will be a $1,000 added or $2,000 added 9-ball tournaments,
race
to (***7***), double elimination,
played under World Standardized Rules.
Entrance to the tournaments are not restricted to anyone
("Anyone can Play").

Women and JR players get FREE entry fees to these events.
They must buy the yearly tour card.

***$20 Viking Tour Card Qualifies all Members to be eligible to play in all
Viking Cue 9-Ball Tour Events for the 2004 Season which includes all
$5,000.00 Added Regional Championships and the $25,000.00 Added National
Championship.

For additional information about the Viking Cue "OPEN" 9-Ball Tour Contact:
Mike Janis at 800-200-7665
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Respectfully,

--
Mike Janis
The Viking Cue 9-Ball Tour
1-800-200-POOL
vikingtour@sbcglobal.net
Viking Tour Information - link below
http://www.vikingcue.com/9balltour.htm
All events Played With Standardized Rules
http://www.wpa-pool.com/rules.htm

Popcorn
02-16-2005, 01:38 PM
I really wish there were more bar table tournaments with good prize funds. There are probably ten bar players for every big table player and I think there is a market for it. I would like to see it on TV as well. Diamond, are you listening?

MikeJanis
02-16-2005, 02:04 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Popcorn:</font><hr> I really wish there were more bar table tournaments with good prize funds. There are probably ten bar players for every big table player and I think there is a market for it. I would like to see it on TV as well. Diamond, are you listening? <hr /></blockquote>

Popcorn, does this mean you will be coming to the event to show your support for bar table events?

If you are coming to the evnt it would surely add additional credibility to your argument for more bar table events.


Mj

MikeJanis
02-17-2005, 03:09 AM
The Newest Vikng Tour shirts will be available at this event. Be the 1st player in your pool room to get these awesome polo style shirts.

The Viking Tour logo is embroidered into the chest area and on the sleeve is the swoosh 9-ball that appears in the logo with the words VIKING TOUR below it.

Mention this post at the Rckford event and I will give you $5.00 off of the shirt.

Mj

Perk
02-17-2005, 08:47 AM
I agree with what you said. There are quite a few bar table events for amatuers. I strongly agree about the market for television. I have tons of videos of pool on my cpu at home, and my favorite one is of Corey Duel and Neils Feijen on a bar box. Watching them play on that table is interesting. Cluster play, runout play, and very few safetys.