Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Deadline is the 11th March
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Piaras M Carney

Piaras M Carney Could this possibly spark an idea for a loosely snooker-based format in which the winner of a round picks the next round until they lose, and so on? (possibly letters for reds and numbers for colours?)

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Would be a bit tricky to implement, but would be a good idea for a tournament, the highest player picking the next round. Maybe a Weakest Link style format as well *turns to Tass* :D

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Would be a bit tricky to implement, but would be a good idea for a tournament, the highest player picking the next round. Maybe a Weakest Link style format as well *looks at Tass* :D

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse another thing that needs sorting, this deleting comments thing :P

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse John Beresford is the first player through to the second round with a 10-1 victory over Andy SC.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Sarah Johnson is the second player to advance with a 10-0 victory over Piaras M Carney.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Johnny Canuck advances with a 10-0 victory over Fiona T.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Bradley Horrocks is the next player through to the second round with a 10-1 victory over Joseph Harrison

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Hazel Drury advances with a 10-0 victory over Anthony Endsor

Jason Larsen

Jason Larsen Hazel is so amazing!

Hazel Drury

Hazel Drury Thanks, Jason! Although, the fixture was a lot closer than the scoreline suggests.

John Beresford

John Beresford Can't say i'm a fan on this format at all. There's no fun in being 'paired' against a much lower-rated opponent and then twatting them over 10 games. It's counter-productive to everything, but apparently it's based around some snooker game? Sorry, but it's sucking like a vampire for me. The lower ranked players should have played the first to 10 between them, and likewise the higher-ranked players. Then, you have some sort of contest, but as it's stood so far it's been a slaughterhouse which has done nothing for anybody. xx

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse tbh, i was thinking along similar lines as well. So if i run this tournament again, then there would def be a prelim round between the lower ranked seeds before. I think this would be better. That is if i run this again, which i probably will.

Andy SC

Andy SC I do agree with John and Sam but as I said during my game with John I was not caring about the final result as long as I was playing and enjoyed (which I did) then I am happy.

Andy SC

Andy SC I do agree with John and Sam but as I said during my game with John I was not caring about the final result as long as I was playing and enjoyed (which I did) then I am happy.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Luke Johnson-Davies advances with a 10-0 victory over Jason Larsen.

Jason Larsen

Jason Larsen Well done Luke. I almost won one game too!

Luke Johnson-Davies

Luke Johnson-Davies You did indeed, well played throughout Jason!

Fiona T

Fiona T As a lower ranked player, I also enjoyed my matches. It's impressive to see the performance of the top players, and you feel like a winner when you steal the odd round! Whether my opponent got enjoyment from the matches I don't know :)

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Matty Artell advances to the second round with a 10-5 victory over 10th seed Spike Guthrie.

Tim Down

Tim Down ... including three max games, which is highly impressive.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse And 2 of them being double max games, so very very well played both.

Spike Guthrie

Spike Guthrie Thanks for running- good luck to Matty. Hazel should be very wary in crucial conundrums!

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Matthew Tassier advances with a 10-0 victory over Emily Cox.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Sean Fletcher is the 9th player to advance with a 10-1 victory over George Armstrong

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse James Haughton advances to Round 2 with a 10-3 victory over Ian Volante.

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Jason Larsen

Jason Larsen That is a shock!

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Tim Down advances to the next round with a 10-4 victory over Dan Byrom.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Deadline is today.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse Zarte Siempre advances to Round 2 with a 10-1 victory over Mich H.

Sam Prouse

Sam Prouse The deadline has now passed. The players advancing will be Tracey, Patrick, Robin and Thomas.
Ross, Adam, Jason T and Edward will be invited to the Consolation Tournament.

Tourney round: Apto World Snooker Championship: Round 1

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Notes from the organizer: Time for this tournament to start then, Round One is a best of 19 frames, so good luck to all.

Let's get the boys and girls on the baize!

Ran from: 18 February – 11 March 2019. Format: 9 Rounder. Matches: Best-of-19. Approved.

Organizers: Sam Prouse.

Fixtures: 16. Completed: 12.

Results and fixtures

Player 1Player 2Status
Zarte SiempreMich H63 – 32, 50 – 52, 66 – 32, 67 – 19, 60 – 54, 64 – 37, 81 – 38, 65 – 31, 61 – 22, 62 – 41, 65 – 40
Tracey MillsRoss Jeffries55 – 72, 52 – 28, 71 – 21, 56 – 40, 70 – 21, 63 – 48, Unplayed
Ian VolanteJames Haughton46 – 65, 55 – 65, 34 – 46, 57 – 47, 22 – 61, 59 – 41, 59 – 55, 48 – 68, 49 – 55, 49 – 66, 21 – 71, 56 – 59, 36 – 83
John BeresfordAndy SC62 – 23, 86 – 42, 61 – 22, 64 – 16, 43 – 30, 73 – 33, 67 – 17, 75 – 32, 38 – 35, 24 – 57, 51 – 22
Bradley HorrocksJoseph Harrison74 – 28, 54 – 50, 60 – 50, 53 – 49, 65 – 34, 58 – 48, 59 – 31, 64 – 60, 64 – 48, 52 – 54, 71 – 30
Piaras M CarneySarah Johnson26 – 82, 12 – 69, 36 – 70, 17 – 60, 40 – 60, 36 – 70, 26 – 73, 31 – 71, 35 – 64, 40 – 53
Matthew TassierEmily Cox54 – 50, 53 – 31, 64 – 27, 70 – 34, 69 – 36, 70 – 36, 80 – 20, 62 – 45, 67 – 38, 64 – 23
Tim DownDan Byrom75 – 69, 42 – 59, 73 – 47, 72 – 55, 42 – 46, 60 – 47, 57 – 52, 80 – 43, 67 – 51, 48 – 64, 47 – 48, 58 – 48, 52 – 43, 64 – 36
Johnny CanuckFiona T57 – 27, 59 – 38, 74 – 24, 66 – 22, 53 – 39, 82 – 29, 72 – 23, 72 – 20, 81 – 29, 60 – 42
Patrick ThompsonAdam Driscoll.68 – 47, 56 – 60, 56 – 43, 47 – 48, Unplayed
Jason TurnerRobin M58 – 52, 62 – 72, 30 – 54, 18 – 81, 8 – 81, Unplayed
Jason LarsenLuke Johnson-Davies24 – 66, 18 – 71, 13 – 63, 55 – 83, 46 – 76, 37 – 61, 19 – 56, 7 – 58, 40 – 56, 22 – 72
Anthony EndsorHazel Drury56 – 73, 50 – 76, 44 – 51, 46 – 76, 44 – 72, 31 – 63, 32 – 63, 53 – 70, 19 – 61, 41 – 71
Matty ArtellSpike Guthrie48 – 40, 60 – 61, 84 – 74, 59 – 66, 44 – 60, 55 – 51, 73 – 63, 63 – 34, 70 – 49, 56 – 40, 46 – 65, 64 – 51, 65 – 68, 86 – 77, 73 – 55
Sean FletcherGeorge Armstrong.82 – 26, 67 – 46, 61 – 26, 54 – 41, 69 – 47, 59 – 69, 72 – 35, 63 – 44, 83 – 63, 67 – 40, 69 – 38
Thomas CareyEdward Ashcroft63 – 31, 65 – 37, 67 – 55, 73 – 50, 56 – 49, 67 – 28, Unplayed

Key. Green: winner. Red: loser. Grey: tie. Light green/red: provisional. White: unplayed.

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