Tournaments

  • Super Senior One Pocket Classic

    Poster for the event created by member RedCard The Super Senior One Pocket Classic hosted by Bogie’s Billiards & Sports Bar featured two One Pocket Hall of Fame inductees, as well as 16 other top “over 70” players from across the country. The matches were a race to 4 on the winner’s side and race […]

  • 2015 Make It Happen One Pocket

    Efren ‘Bata’ Reyes & Danny Smith square off in the finals Arguably one of the best of all time, and not ready to cede to the next generation quite yet, Efren Reyes prevailed against a tough field of six younger stars of One Pocket in Accu-Stat’s most recent Make it Happen tournament. The format was […]

  • 2015 Derby City Classic

    Alex Pagulayan, 2015 Derby City One Pocket champion Alex Pagulayan put on a clinic of winning One Pocket, as he cruised to his first DCC One Pocket title, closing with wins over Efren Reyes, Justin Hall and unlikely 2nd place finisher Mike Dechaine. At one point during his stretch run Alex ran eight and out […]

  • 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 […]

  • 2013 Tunica Southern Classic

    Alex Pagulayan cruised through the field of 123 players undefeated to claim the 2013 Tunica Southern Classic Banks title. While Pagulayan is a veteran player with numerous major tournament championships to his credit, his finals opponent in the Banks division was a young player just beginning to leave his mark on the pro circuit — […]

  • 2012 Derby City Classic

    Not since Mark Tadd at the Los Angeles Open in 1993 has a player so dominated a major all-around tournament like Shane Van Boening did this year at the 14th annual Derby City Classic. It took the straight shooting young man from Canada, John Morra, two tries to defeat Van Boening in the Banks finals, […]

  • 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. […]

  • 2011 Derby City Classic

    This year at the 13th edition of Greg Sullivan’s Derby City Classic, new champions were crowned in both One Pocket and Banks as well as for the all-around title, and a professional poker player turned a strong heart for high stakes toward pool to claim the Louie Roberts Award. In Banks, two-time defending champion John […]

  • Sylver Ochoa Wins 2010 Hollywood Jack Memorial

    The late ‘Hollywood Jack’ The Hollywood Jack Memorial One Pocket was rescued this year and held in Bellflower, California at Hard Times Billiards over the 4th of July weekend! The One Pocket play was spectacular all weekend as fans filled the room and many more watched online to see who would earn the title. Matches […]

  • Sylver wins Gold at T-Town One Pocket Classic

    Sylver Ochoa, with the Pool Action TV live stream crew in the background Photo courtesy Shawn Smith Sylver Ochoa came out on top of a field of 42 players at the T-Town One Pocket Classic tournament that wrapped up at Magoo’s Billiards in Tulsa, Oklahoma last night. Sylver followed up his second place finish in […]

  • 2010 Derby City Classic

    Frost Wins the Derby City One Pocket Title Scott Frost prevailed over from Texas, Sylver Ochoa.With Reyes falling in the earlier money rounds, and Bustamante in the semifinals, it felt a little like a new generation of players in the finals. Frost was heavily favored by the standing room only crowd (including the balconies!), someone […]

  • Galveston World Classic One Pocket

    Photo courtesy Ricky Bryant The Magician topped a field of 88 of very strong players to capture the inaugural Galveston World Classic One Pocket tournament. The Filipino and American players were very well represented at this event, with the conspicuous absences mainly from the European and Asian camps, which are not so well known for […]