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Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship’s First Day Done

Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship’s First Day Done

The evening session of the Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship’s first day resulted in a pair of stunning upsets – with Canada’s Alex Pagulayan and Germany’s Joshua Filler becoming two of eight players eliminated from this weekend’s 32-player tournament. Playing on the one-loss side of the bracket after a first-round loss, Pagulayan was upset 11-8 by…

Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship Set to Start at 11 AM

Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship Set to Start at 11 AM

The first round of the second annual World Pool Series is officially underway, with 32 players opening competition at the Aramith 9-Ball Players Championship today in New York. Competing at Astoria’s Steinway Billiards, the event opened with eight matches this morning and another eight will take place this afternoon – with the morning’s showcase match…

World Pool Series Announces Media Coverage

World Pool Series Announces Media Coverage

The World Pool Series is happy to be able to announce the full details of our media coverage for the 9-Ball Players Championship. For 2018, the WPS has decided to return to pay-per-view in co-operation with UpState Al to ensure that the fans get the best coverage possible with the production being focused on the…

2018 World Pool Series Clarifications

2018 World Pool Series Clarifications

After our announcement last week, we have received a lot of questions and feedback. We’d like to take the opportunity to clarify some things: The World Pool Series is not based on invitations this year. Entry to our events is open to anybody and are based on a first come, first serve principle. So once…

Details for the 2018 World Pool Series Released

Details for the 2018 World Pool Series Released

The World Pool Series is proud to be able to announce that registration for the first event of 2018 has now been opened. The 9-Ball Players Championship will run from April 19-22 at Steinway Billiards in Astoria, Queens, New York. The players will all be playing for the first prize of $10,000 based on 80…

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