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2019 OMEGA BILLIARDS MIDWEST 8-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
JANUARY 16-20 at RiverCenter Convention Center (Davenport, IA)
"Billiards at its Best"
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2018 WISCONSIN ACS 8-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
NOVEMBER 8-11, 2018
Affiliated ACS state/provincial associations open to ACS/CCS league members from their respective states/provinces.
NEW STANDARD DIVISIONS !!!
For these ACS Midwest 8-Ball Championships a “STANDARD” skill-level player is defined as one carrying the equivalent of a “6” average or less in a local ACS league if using the well-known “10-point scoring system” or an equivalent if other local scoring system. “Known Ability” and past documented tournament results out of the money in Open divisions of other events may be taken into account. All “Standard” entries will be vetted closely, so if a player questions his/her rating, contact ACS prior to entering.
As matching team shirts are required, you may contact the official apparel supplier for this event and pick up onsite or have pre-shipped.
SCOTCH DOUBLES RULES
NEW FOR ADVANCED TEAMS: MAY CONSIST OF ANY QUALIFIED PLAYERS FROM ANY ACS/CCS LEAGUES (MORE THAN ONE) BASED WITHIN THE SAME STATE OR PROVINCE !
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the support and sanctioning of organized competition throughout the United States.