Tournaments

  • 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.

  • Nevel tops Putnam to win the 2005 Southern Classic Open One Pocket

    Larry Nevel topped a strong field of 47 players for the One Pocket division title of the Southern Classic, coming out of the one-loss side to defeat Shawn Putnam 5-3 in the finals. The One Pocket is the first of three events in this “Grand Opening tournament” in the brand new poolroom, The Pool Room […]

  • Gabe Owen wins Carolina’s Open One Pocket

    Gabe Owen during his match with traveling companion Jeremy Jones As the tournament progressed, it looked like destiny well scripted, as Katrina evacuee Mike Surber advanced through one half of the winner’s bracket, and One Pocket Hall of Fame honoree Nick Varner moved through the other half. Surber might have had a little extra motivation to […]

  • Hard Times 2005 Summer Jamboree

    Hard Times in Sacramento, CA has a real nice tournament setup in a separate room with eight extra tight tables and bleacher seating Hard Times kicked off its annual Summer Jamboree with a series of mini tournaments Monday night. True to its reputation as a hotbed for One Pocket, 4 out of the 5 minis […]

  • 2005 Derby City Classic

    The Derby City Classic is an annual pocket billiard convention held every January at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana casino in Elizabeth, Indiana near Louisville, Kentucky. It is eight days long and offers various disciplines of pocket billiard competitions for pool players of all caliber. It is often referred to as the DCC.

  • 2004 Gulf Coast Classic

    Taken from Grady’s post on the onepocket.org forums: This was the best tournament I have ever produced, for various reasons, not the least of which was the wonderful volunteer help. Rick Lowell, James Brown and Travis Dennis worked long hours and did much to enhance the workings of a difficult event, what with no less […]