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Thirty-two Remain in the World 14.1 Straight Pool Championship
Jun 2, 2006, 3:26 PM

The World 14.1 Straight Pool Championship got underway May 30 at the Hilton in East Brunswick, N.J., the first competition of its kind in over 15 years.

The 64-player field included some of pool's elite players, including Mika Immonen, Nick Varner, Mike Sigel, Allen Hopkins, and Oliver Ortmann. Top women pros Jeanette Lee, Jasmin Ouschan and Megan Minnerich were also invited to play.

The event kicked off with an opening ceremony in which the players were divided into eight groups of eight players. The first round was a round-robin format, with only the top 32 advancing to round two, which is currently underway, employing a double-elimination format.

After round one, Max Eberle, Go Takami and Mike Sigel remained undefeated. Lee, losing only to Sigel, had a 6-1 record going into round two. Big names eliminated early include Johnny Archer, Larry Schwartz, Luc Salvas, Tony Robles, Jimmy Mataya, Varner and Minerich.

Players recording high runs thus far include: Mike Sigel - 125, Ralf Souquet - 99, John Schmidt - 91, Danny Harriman - 83 and Thorsten Hohman - 71.

For live coverage of the event, visit www.seyberts.com.

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