• Players
  • Format
    Single Elimination
  • Game
  • Start
    October 30, 2014 at 12:00 AM GMT
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A singles knockout pool competition for Cambridge University. Open to all students! 

IMPORTANT: While this tournament is free to enter, pool tables are, sadly, on the whole, not free to use. Players should do their best to SPLIT the cost of each match with their opponent.

As far as I know, we have:

Hanwei = hf294

mleader = mml34

Seeds (i.e. the first round) have been randomised, then tl365 has been moved to seed no. 1. Sorry to the eight people who have to play an extra game; it can't be avoided, I'm afraid!

Before the quarter-finals, matches should be best of 5 frames. However, if both you and your opponent agree, you are welcome to play over a higher or lower number of frames. 

Quarter-finals and semi-finals will be best of 9 frames. The final will be best of 13 frames.

Matches are to be played to the same rules used in the college leagues, detailed in Parts 1 and 2 of this web page:

Deadlines are:

"Qualifiers": Weds 19th November (End of Week 6)

Round of 32: Fri 5th December (End of Michaelmas)

Round of 16: Weds 4th February (End of Week 3)

Quarter-finals: Weds 25th February (End of Week 6)

Semi-finals: Fri 13th March (End of Lent) 

Players should do their best to accommodate each other's busy schedules and agree a time and venue suitable for both parties. If no consensus can be made on when to play the match, the player shown on top in the bracket should offer the other player three reasonable (and reasonably different) options of a date, time and venue at which to play, giving 48 hours' notice in each case. The other player must select one of these, giving 24 hours' notice, or risk forfeiting the match. The League Secretary has the right to award walkovers against players who are unhelpful or unresponsive towards their opponent.

Begin matches with a coin toss (or lag, if both players prefer) to decide who breaks first. It is not necessary to play all the frames; as soon as a winner is decided, the match may end.

After the match, the winner should upload the score (in frames won/lost) on Challonge within 24 hours. The loser should check the score is correct and contact the League Secretary if a mistake has been made.

Finally, common sense and good sportsmanship should reign above all. The League Secretary reserves the right to alter these rules, and enforce any decision he sees fit, including an overriding of the rules. If any clarification is needed at any time, even during a match, players are welcome to text or call the League Secretary (Tom) on 07760 125353, or to email [email protected].

Have fun, and good luck!

Final Results

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