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News about 3-Cushion Billiards in the USA.

Pedro Piedrabuena Tops at USBA Tour Open In Tucson Featured

Following the successful USBA/Gabriels Tour B Tournament, the top players in the USA assembled at Casino Del Sol Resort in Tucson, Arizona for the USBA Tour Open event. Playing with his typical combination of consistent scoring and baffling defense Pedro Piedrabuena emerged victorious and was crowned the winner of the first USBA/Gabriels Tour Open Tournament. Pictured above Pedro Piedrabuena (L) and Mike Kim (R) who was second. Events will continue at Casino Del Sol under a 3-year sponsorship agreement.


USBA From Coast To Coast

USBA Tournaments in Tacoma, Washington and Flushing, New York

In the past two weeks the USBA has held tournaments on both sides of the country giving B and C level players a chance to get in on the action and win some cash prizes. The Dick Takano Memorial was held in Tacoma, Washington, and two class tournaments were held at Carom Cafe in Flushing, New York. Results and pictures follow.


Lupe Cruz Takes 2nd Rushville Tournament Win

Lupe Cruz has added another trophy to his list of USBA tournament wins as he becomes the first repeat winner in Rushville Illinois. Winning his key game in the final flight against runner-up Felipe Razon 25-22, Cruz went undefeated to take the title and the $1,100.00 first prize. Pictured above are the eight finalists (L to R): John Logan, George Ashby, James Richards, James Bishop, Lupe Cruz, Rick Shryack, Nam Cho and Felipe Razon.


Fifth Marti Tracy at Ashland Elks Continues Tradition

The Fifth Annual Marti Tracy Memorial 3 Cushion Billiard Tournament, a USBA B/C Tour Event, took place again this year during the first weekend in October, at the Ashland Elks Lodge in Ashland, Oregon. As we did last year, this event was scheduled to follow the 54th Annual Southern Oregon Invitational 3 Cushion Billiard Tournament, non-USBA team event that has been played annually since 1963. This format allows the participants to choose to attend only the team tournament or the USBA single tournament, or to attend both events stretching over nine days.

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