View Full Version : Sang Lee 3 Cushion BilliardTournament Flushing, NY
08-12-2006, 07:29 PM
This to mention. That Sang Lee International 3 Cushion Billiard Tournament Aug 13 - 22, 2006 in Flushing NY start tomorrow. Good Luck to all players. Specially to Dennis Dieckman and Sid Banner.
08-13-2006, 08:26 PM
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08-20-2006, 06:19 PM
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The results of the finals (A and B) are available now at:
The top 10 finishers in the semifinal brackets went into the A finals and the next 10 went into the B finals. You can see all of the brackets (thanks to TD Charles Brown) at
In the final round, Blomdahl played Caudron, and if he had won, they would have had tied records at three losses each, and there would have been a play-off for first. Instead, Caudon won 40-39 in 25 innings. In that match, Blomdahl only had 24 innings, so he actually had a higher average than Caudron. Caudron had a 7-2 record in the final round robin. Four players were tied for second at 5-4, and Blomdahl took second based on his average (of 1.851).
In his two losses, Caudron averaged 1.947 against Dick Jaspers and 1.938 against Ramon Rodriguez and had 37 and 31 points vs. 40 for his opponents.
Dick Jaspers, who had the high grand average in the finals of 2.026, finished only 6th in the tightly packed field. He got the best game money (about $500) for his 40-4 trouncing of Kyung-Roul Kim in only 8 innings for a 5.000 average. Jaspers had two other games in which he averaged about 2.0 and still lost. Half of the finals field had best game averages over 3.000.
Caudron took the high run prize with a 20 against Roland Forthomme. He also had a 13 and a couple of 10s in other matches.
In the "B" finals for positions 11-20, Murat Coklu from Turkey tied with Raymond Ceulemans for first on won-lost, but had a great 1.775 average. Peter Ceulemans, Raymond's grandson, took third in the B finals.
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