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ronnie
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All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: June 28, 2005 02:29AM

To all players who are entering this years Ireland's 9Ball National Championships are reminded that the draw will be made one week prior the event (saturday 23rd July).

This will also be the cut off date for the group seeds.....NOTE: any seeded player or players who enters after this date will not be seeded and will go into the group as a open flyer....(if places available ----limited entry).


ALL IRELAND 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS:
The all Ireland 9ball championships is the most prestigious event any player can win on Ireland's American 8 & 9 Ball Pool Tour which sees the winner of these National championships reganised by going into the new HALL OF FAME which reganises all National champions for there achievement.....Please check the tours website www.irelands9balltour.com for the new HALL OF FAME.


OUTRIGHT BETTING:
We hope to have outright betting for this pregitious event which has welcomed Kevin Smith (2003 champion) and John Wims (2004 champion) the first two players into the Ireland's Hall oF Fame Gallery......


ALL IRELAND UNDER-21 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS:
This year will see the 2nd staging of Ireland's Under-21 9Ball National Championships with Paddy McGrory (Down) the current holder of the title...We would like to see all players enter these championships early as possible to make everything run smoothly......


"Post your tip for the title or titles"


My Tip:
Paul Bonner (Donegal - Mens)

Paul Loughran (Tyrone - Under-21)


Thanks


Ronnie

Mr Magee
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: June 30, 2005 03:11AM
My tip:

Ronnie Boyle (Men's)
Daniel Gorman (U-21s)

Johnny Mac
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 01, 2005 03:38AM

Mens - John Magee

Under 21 - Gavin Geragthy

Johnny Mac
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 01, 2005 03:47AM


Ronnie,

What's the betting ?

What odds will you give me on John Magee?

ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 04, 2005 06:08AM

Mr Magee is 8/1

Johnny Mac
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 04, 2005 07:11AM
What - to win his first match or the tournament outright?

ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 08, 2005 09:12AM

John Magee odds are in from 8/1 to 5/2 to win the 2005 All Ireland 9Ball Pool Championships.


At the minute other players can be backed on request before all prices go up on the forum shortly.

RB

Willie 'The Wizard' Dines
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 08, 2005 10:44AM
I can pretty much guarrantee that you're all gonna be bitterly disappointed when you find out who the real winner is gonne be!!!

and it's not gonna be anyone else who plays on this tour, but yours truely!!!

Take care guys and I look forward to seeing you all there, cos I'm gonna take all your money at the tournament!!!... especially when I'm gonna win it^_^

Take care guys, Willie

Mr Magee
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 11, 2005 07:51AM
Interesting odds being quoted, Mr Boyle. Very interesting indeed. Please let me know the current price for players like John Wims, Paddy McLoughlin, the Wizard, the Derry lads, Paul Bonner, Gareth Deegan, etc.

ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 11, 2005 08:56AM
The only reason your price is interesting is that someone has put a right few pounds on you at 8/1.

If you happen to win then it will be very interesting indeed.

chat soon

RB

Dillon
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 11, 2005 02:06PM
Hey

Im going with myself to win the U21's if I enter that is but I really hope I can make it.

Dillon

"Is Back"

ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 14, 2005 06:04AM
Listed below is some betting if all the top 32 players in the rankings where entering for the 2005 All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships, i've also put together some match betting for players listed in the top 32 of the rankings.

The match betting is whatever player goes the furthers in the tournament, if two players happen to draw each other in the same group it means whoever finishes in the highest poison.......(prices will change after the draw is made).


OUTRIGHT BETTING:
Kevin Smith 6/4
John Wims 6/4
Paddy Mc Laughlin 5/2
Sam Gibson 5/2

John Magee open at 8/1 now into 5/2

Peter Doherty 7/2
Paul Bonner 4/1
Steve Kovacs 9/2
Gerald Elliman 9/1
William Dines 12/1
OTHERS ON REQUEST:

MATCH BETTING:
4/5 Kevin Smith v John Wims 1/1
1/1 Sam Gibson v Paddy Mc Laughlin 1/1
4/5 Peter Doherty v Steve Kovacs 1/1
1/1 Paul Bonner v Chris Brown 1/1
1/1 John Magee v Billy Gorman 1/1
4/5 Gareth Deegan v Brendan Mc Dermott 1/1
1/1 William Dines v Brendan Mc Donagh 4/5
1/1 Paul Strawbridge v Damien Corrigan 1/1
1/1 Brian Woodrow v Michael Mc Laughlin 1/1
4/5 Paul Corrigan v Alan Crowe 1/1
1/1 Daniel Gorman v Seamus Mc Laughlin 1/1
1/1 Nial Mc Dermott v Chris Sittlington 1/1
4/5 Charles Murphy v Eddie Gahan 1/1
4/5 Seamus Doyle v Brian Wilson 1/1
4/5 Gerald Ellliman v Anthony Duffy 1/1
1/1 Manny Byrne v Ronnie Boyle 1/1

NOTE:
The above is the current top 32 in the rankings and would be the betting if all the top 32 players where entering.....Rankings can be viewed at www.irelands9balltour.com ..... and other prices will be given to all other players who enter...

These prices will change after the draw is made..

The draw will be made in front of everyone who turns up at Dee's American Pool Club, Fintona, Co. Tyrone on Monday 25th July which is own by Damien Corrigan.

JoeytheSnake
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 14, 2005 08:50AM
Ronnie

Well done on the above, sure to create a lot of excitement.

Could you clarify in the match betting, if 2 players are in different groups, and both go out at group stage but one finishes higher than the other in their respective groups, is that a win for the higher finisher or a draw as they both go out at the same stage?



ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 14, 2005 09:41AM
Its who ever goes the further in the tournament, points, racks, and how you did against that player all counting.

Answer to your question:
A win for the higher finisher, as long there is the same number of players in the groups, all players will be judge on a level playing field. ... with points, racks, and how you did against that player coming into play....

The only time this can happen is as follows:.... (for ex: group 1 has 6players and group 7 has 5players and so on is when all bets are on before the group draws are made).

NOTE:
If they are still on the same points & same racks where the players are in two different groups its a draw and the bookie wins.....

billy gorman
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 14, 2005 03:34PM
hi ronnie have not heard from u in a while.
put me down for 50 double myself and gerard
even and 4/5
thanks mate c u soon ronnie wrote:

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> elliman (Donegal - Mens)
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> billy gorman(Tyrone - Under-21)
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Willie 'The Wizard' Dines
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 14, 2005 05:51PM
Right enough Billy, You are a big kid when you get warmed up and I'm talking about the crying you do when you get beat^_^ LOL

I think that there's alot of good odds there, but I think that there's a few closer odds on other players than you may think.

Take care everyone and I'l catch ya soonsmiling smiley

Willie

Willie 'The Wizard' Dines
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 17, 2005 08:56PM
Hi Ronnie?^_^... I would like to see the odd for every single player on the tour as I might just make a few wagers, but only if it's gonna be worth my while.

I also wanna know who the pro's are for the PRO-AM in Dublin, I remember you telling me, but I've completely forgotten.

Many thanks Ronnie and I'll catch ya soon.

Willie

devil
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 22, 2005 01:16PM
What odds may I be if I make it over next weekend?

Cheers
Pat

ronnie
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 22, 2005 04:10PM

Hi Pat,

Your at least 4/7 on.

When i was speaking 2u the other night i forgot to mention to you that there is a 2,000 pool tournament (reds & yellows) in Co. Mayo on Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th September.

If your interested & maybe Rod as well, give me a call, its played longside a 20,000 PDC professional Darts Tournament which Phil Taylor won last year, and Celebrity / Pro-am poker classic...

Can get you cheap flights into Knock airport.

As i said give me a call & i'll give you full details if your interested.

Chat Soon

Ronnie

Devil
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Re: All Ireland 9-Ball Pool Championships:
Date: July 27, 2005 05:05AM
What make of tables will be used for this comp in Downey's?

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