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Harold Acosta
07-15-2003, 10:19 PM
Alex Pagulayan v Shintaro Sugaya
Rodney Morris v Fabio Petroni
Hiroshi Takenaka v Kun-Fung Lee
Evgeny Stalev v Ramil Gallego
Sin-Young Park v Chris Melling
Geoff Dunn v Niels Feijen
Che-Wei Fu v Jorge Llanos
Alex Lely v Satoshi Kawabata
Marcus Chamat v Pascal Budo
Jang-Su Lee v Cory Deuel
Max Eberle v Dennis Orcollo
Mark Williams v Hui-Kai Hsia
Ying-Chieh Chen v Danny Harriman
Tony Drago v Vangelis Vettas
Young-Hwa Jeong v Tiong-Boon Tan
Ernesto Dominguez v Marlon Manalo
Ralf Souquet v Raymond Cruz
Ching-Shun Yang v Akikumo Toshikawa
Mika Immonen v Steve Knight
Niclas Bergendorff v Hui-Chan Lu
Antonio Lining v Haruyoshi Hinokiyama
Earl Strickland v Thomas Engert
Roxton Chapman v Kunihiko Takahashi
Mukesh Rehani v Steve Davis
Thorsten Hohmann v John Horsfall
Teddy Garrahan v Rico Diks
Warren Kiamco v Marc Holtz
Luc Salvas v Tommy Donlon
Lee Vann Corteza v Sten Jarledal
Oliver Ortmann v Francisco Bustamante
Kevin Smith v Nick van den Berg
Johnny Archer v Efren Reyes

<font color="blue">Number of Players by Country </font color>

Philippines x 8
USA x 7
Chinese Taipei x 6
Japan x 6
England x 5
Canada x 4
Holland x 4
Germany x 4
Korea x 3
Sweden x 3
Argentina x 1
Belgium x 1
Finland x 1
Greece x 1
India x 1
Ireland x 1
Italy x 1
Luxembourg x 1
Malta x 1
Mexico x 1
Russia x 1
Scotland x 1
Singapore x 1
Wales x 1

nhp
07-15-2003, 10:44 PM
I'm glad to see my friends Ernesto Dominguez and Max Eberle are still hanging in there!

Wally_in_Cincy
07-16-2003, 06:31 AM
Who's Marlon Manalo?

Where in the heck did this guy come from?

7-0 in the first stage?

Maybe his name should be Caesar Morales. /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif

Fred Agnir
07-16-2003, 06:44 AM
Does someone want to list the 64 players in order? I really don't want to register. Luke?

Fred

pooljunkie73
07-16-2003, 09:00 AM
Wally,

Marlon Manalo is a young(24) snooker player from the Philipeans.He finished 2nd. in the Akita Games the first year he made the national team.

The guy got game! /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif

DoomCue
07-16-2003, 12:25 PM
Fred,

You can hit this link to see the brackets.
http://www.luchan.com/2003WPCBRACKET.htm

djb

Cueless Joey
07-16-2003, 01:45 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote pooljunkie73:</font><hr> Wally,

Marlon Manalo is a young(24) snooker player from the Philipeans.He finished 2nd. in the Akita Games the first year he made the national team.

The guy got game! /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif <hr /></blockquote>
I believe he's 27 yrs old.
Efren is very impressed with Dennis Orcullo.
Another young gun from the Phil. islands.

Harold Acosta
07-16-2003, 03:40 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Wally_in_Cincy:</font><hr> Who's Marlon Manalo?

Where in the heck did this guy come from?

7-0 in the first stage?

Maybe his name should be Caesar Morales. /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif <hr /></blockquote>

Wally, you almost guessed who he was or where he comes from ...he's from the Phillipines alright! Another hidden talent in that country!

This is his profile:

Date Of Birth: 27 November 1975

Based: Mandaluyong City

Highlight In The Last 12 Months: 2003 Bali Open - Runner-up, CBL National Open champion, Tirador 2003 - Runner-up

Highlight Of Career: 2001 Akita World Games - Runner-up, 2000 Asian Snooker champion

Cardiff Record: Debut

Cue Used: Predator

Harold Acosta
07-16-2003, 03:47 PM
Fred:

My list included the order of play for the last 64. Searched the website but couldn't find a list of those 64 in any order.

Any specific needs? I could type it up for you....

Harold Acosta
07-16-2003, 03:53 PM
Fred, could this be of any help? This is the afternoon results, emailed from Cardiff. For some reason, I didn't get the morning session results.

Rodney Morris (USA) 9 - 8 Fabio Petroni (Ita)
Ramil Gallego (Phi) 9 - 4 Evgeny Stalev (Rus)
Niels Feijen (Hol) 9 - 4 Geoff Dunn (Sco)
Che-Wei Fu (Tpe) 9 - 7 Jorge Llanos (Arg)
Max Eberle (Phi) 9 - 8 Dennis Orcollo (Phi)
Hui-Kai Hsia (Tpe) 9 - 0 Mark Williams (Wal)
Young-Hwa Jeongn (Kor) 9 - 3 Tiong-Boon Tan (Sin)
Ralf Souquet (Ger) 9 - 6 Raymond Cruz (Can)
Ching-Shun Yang (Tpe) 9 - 4 Akikumo Toshikawa (Jap)
Mika Immonen (Fin) 9 - 3 Steve Knight (Eng)
Niclas Bergendorff (Swe) 9 - 1 Hui-Chan Lu (Tpe)
Haruyoshi Hinokiyama (Jap) 9 - 8 Antonio Lining (Phi)
Marc Holtz (Lux) 9 - 3 Warren Kiamco (Phi)
Luc Salvas (Can) 9 - 8 Tommy Donlon (Ire)
Nick van den Berg (Ned) 9 - 0 Kevin Smith (Eng)
Efren Reyes (Phi) 9 - 5 Johnny Archer (USA)

Eric.
07-17-2003, 07:26 AM
Local Boy Making Good.

Looks like virtual unknown(to them) Teddy G is making a few waves. The Magic Man from NJ just eliminated Rico Diks and is moving on to the final 64 players. Not bad for his first trip to Cardiff.


Eric

Ken
07-17-2003, 12:42 PM
Doesn't that put Teddy G. into the fianl 32?
KenCT

Eric.
07-17-2003, 01:30 PM
I *think* Rico was Teddy's first opponent in the Knockout round. After the round robin, there are 128 players left.


Eric

Steve Lipsky
07-17-2003, 02:05 PM
Hey Eric. Nope, after the round-robin, there are only 64 players left. So Teddy is in the top 32.

- Steve &lt;--- rooting for Teddy and Mika

Harold Acosta
07-17-2003, 09:43 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Wally_in_Cincy:</font><hr> Who's Marlon Manalo?

Where in the heck did this guy come from?

7-0 in the first stage?

Maybe his name should be Caesar Morales. /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif <hr /></blockquote>

Here's a picture of the guy...

http://www.worldpoolchampionship.com/images/MarlonManaloDay5a.jpg
Marlon Manalo continued his 100 per cent record

Eric.
07-18-2003, 07:32 AM
Thanks Steve. I really should invest in a calculator /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif


Eric &gt;rooting for the local guys too