Cha & Fisher Chance to Qualify for Final 32

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Jasmin Ouschan will try to eliminate some more men at the event

Cha & Fisher Chance to Qualify for Final 32

By Sally Lee

Yu Ram Cha defeated France’s Reda Belhaj 10-2 and then edged out famed Black Widow Jeanette Lee 10-8 to advance with only 48 players left. Allison Fisher defeated Spanish Woman’s champ Amalia Matas 10-2 and will face Dan Heidrich to qualify.

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Ozone Billiards presents the 112 top players from around the globe along with top sponsor on the Dragon Promotions production at the Riviera Hotel & Casino May 11-16,2009 during the BCAPL’s National 8-Ball Championships. The 9th Annual Predator International 10-Ball Championship features live scoring of the entire event on .

Jasmin Ouschan will try to eliminate some more men at the event

Cha looked slightly nervous against Jeanette Lee, but was able to come away with the win. The last time the two faced off Lee won 9-8. This marked the first time Cha had beaten her, and just days earlier Cha defeated Allison Fisher for the first time in the BCAPL Grand Masters.

“I felt pressure playing her, because I really want to play Shane again”, explained Cha.

Well now she will get her chance. The Van Boening/Cha re-match will be at 8:30pm tonight.

Allison Fisher looks to have the easiest route to the final 32 of the women as she faces relatively unknown Dan Heidrich of NY. Heidrich’s claim to fame thus far has been his 7-0 comeback behind win against World 14.1 Champion Niels Feijen. Fisher is picked to be the match favorite.

Vivian Villarreal will have to get over Matt Tetrault in order to face Rodney Morris to qualify. Jasmin Ouschan took care of Dan Louie 10-6 but will have to face Kenichi Uchigaki of Japan next. Ouschan lost to a Japanese player earlier in the event, and if she wins will have to face Spain’s carlos Cabello who earlier defeated Ralf Souquet. Kelly Fisher will have to hurdle Ramil Gallego of the Philippines and then face top USA pro Charlie Williams to qualify. The rest of the women field have been eliminated.

If a women’s pro makes it through, it will mark the first time in the 9 year history of the event a woman would have finished in the prize money and in the top quarter of the field. is offering bonus money to the top woman’s finisher of $1000 and $500 for the second highest in addition to the regular prize money.

Players or fans wanting info please email or call 1-407-782-4978

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Ozone Billiards is also joined by, Simonis Cloth, Diamond Tables, Aramith Balls, Laser Rack, Uni-Loc, and the event host BCA Pool Leagues in this Dragon Promotions production.

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Dragon Promotions is one of the leading producers of billiard programming in the world today. Dragon produces over 40 events a year airing on networks in the Philippines, USA, Korea, India, and Europe such as ABS-CBN, ESPN, MBC ESPN, XTM, XPORTS, and Euro Sport. Events include The Women’s World 10-Ball Championship, The World 14.1 Championship, The Predator International 10-Ball Championship, King & Queen of Carom, Empress Cup, Pro Pool Schools, Women’s Trickshot Challenge, World Junior 10-Ball Championships, Korea vs USA, and many more. Dragon also manages some of the world’s best players including Mika Immonen, Shanelle Loraine, Mike Davis, Yu Ram Cha, Raj Hundal, , Rodney Morris, Charlie Williams, and many more.

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