US Open

  • 2016 US Open One Pocket

    Mark Griffin of Cue Sports International has announced the return of the US Open One Pocket for 2016. The host location this year will be Pool Table Magic (75 Ella Grasso Turnpike) Windsor Locks, CT. It will be limited to 48 players, with invites to former champions going out first. Based on a full field, […]

  • US Open One Pocket 2013

    Dennis Orcullo, 2013 US Open One Pocket champion Dennis Orcullo was able to pick up where he left off after a severe thunder storm caused a power outage right in the middle of the winner’s side final of the 15th US Open One Pocket, causing his match with Corey Deuel to be postponed until the […]

  • US Open One Pocket 2011

    2011 US Open One Pocket champion, Efren Reyes Efren Reyes crowned 2011 US Open One Pocket Champion Cue Sports International brought back a new and improved US Open One Pocket to the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada for 2011 to a full field and an appreciative crowd of avid One Pocket fans. […]

  • 2007 US Open Banks & One Pocket Champions

    Local veteran John Brumback came out of the one-loss side to win the US Open Bank Pool Championships at Qlympics in Louisville, KY. Meanwhile, Tony Chohan is our new US Open One Pocket champion.

  • US Open One Pocket & Banks Championships

    A new generation of One Pocket player roared through the field to win the 10th US Open One Pocket tournament, held last week in Louisville, KY. 24 Year old Nick Vita of Memphis, Tennessee, worked his way through a field of 56 players to claim the $5000 first prize, his first major tournament title. Nick […]

  • Scott Frost over Gabe Owen in the 2005 US Open One Pocket

    Scott Frost came through the field undefeated to defeat Gabe Owen for the US Open One Pocket championship at the Plaza Hotel and Casino, in Las Vegas, NV. Earlier, Gabe had ended Ike Runnels run through the loser’s bracket for the right to face Frost in the finals, leaving Ike in third place.