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Break Stats -- 2016 Mosconi Cup, Dec. 2016 - 12-07-2016, 06:01 PM

Here are some break results for the 2016 Mosconi Cup played this week (Dec. 6 - Dec. 9) at Alexandra Palace in London, England This event is 9-Ball racing to 11 matches, with each match being a race to 5 games. The format is one team match (everyone plays one game, then repeat until one side wins 5 games), 7 doubles matches, and up to 13 singles matches (only 6 were played). Europe won 11-3, with the scores favoring Team Europe on each of the 4 days -- 4-1, 3-1, 3-1, and 1-0.

The players for Team USA were Shane Van Boening, Rodney Morris, Mike Dechaine, Justin Bergman, and Skyler Woodward. The players for Team Europe were Niels Feijen, Darren Appleton, Mark Gray, Albin Ouschan, and Jayson Shaw.

The conditions for this event included the following:
- Rasson Victory I 9-foot table with blue Simonis 860 cloth, 4.25" corner pockets, 5" side pockets, and shallow pocket shelves;
- Aramith balls with the measles cue ball;
- referee racks using a triangle rack with the 9-ball on the foot spot (2-ball not necessarily in back location);
- alternate breaks from anywhere behind the head string;
- no illegal break rule;
- 30-sec. shot clock (60 sec. after the break), with one 30-sec. extension per side per game;
- foul on all balls;
- jump cues allowed;
- lag for the break.

The following stats are for all 4 days of the event combined.

The successful-break rates were 75% for Team USA (40 of 53) and 76% (39 of 51) for Team Europe.

Team USA won the game on 51% (27 of 53) of their own breaks, whereas Team Europe won on 73% (37 of 51) of their breaks. Some details:

Team USA broke 53 times, with the following results:
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 22 (42%)
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 18 (34%)
• Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 5 (9%)
• Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 8 (15%)

Team Europe broke 51 times, with the following results:
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 30 (59%)
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 9 (18%)
• Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 7 (14%)
• Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 5 (10%)

For the two teams combined, the breaker made at least one ball (and did not foul) 76% (79 of 104) of the time; the breaking side won 62% (64 of 104) of the games; and the breaking side won 66% (52 of 79) of the games in which the breaker made at least one ball on the break and did not foul.

Break-and-run on all breaks:
• Team USA -- 13 out of 53 (25%)
• Team Europe -- 13 out of 51 (25%)
• Total -- 26 out of 104 (25%)

Break-and-run on successful breaks:
• Team USA -- 13 out of 40 (33%)
• Team Europe -- 13 out of 39 (33%)
• Total -- 26 out of 79 (33%)

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12-07-2016, 06:01 PM

Here are some results for DAYS 1 and 2 Combined -- Tues. 12/6 and Wed. 12/7/2016. The score was 4-1 on Day 1 and 3-1 on Day 2, both in Europe's favor, for a total of 7-2 after two days.

The successful-break rates so far are 69% for Team USA (22 of 32) and 82% (27 of 33) for Team Europe.

Team USA has won the game on 50% (16 of 32) of their own breaks, whereas Team Europe has won on 70% (23 of 33) of their breaks. Some details:

Team USA broke 32 times, with the following results:
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 13 (41%)
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 9 (28%)
• Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 3 (9%)
• Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 7 (22%)

Team Europe broke 33 times, with the following results:
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 19 (58%)
• Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 8 (24%)
• Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 4 (12%)
• Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 2 (6%)

For the two teams combined, the breaker made at least one ball (and did not foul) 75% (49 of 65) of the time; the breaking side won 60% (39 of 65) of the games; and the breaking side won 65% (32 of 49) of the games in which the breaker made at least one ball on the break and did not foul.

Break-and-run on all breaks:
• Team USA -- 8 out of 32 (25%)
• Team Europe -- 6 out of 33 (18%)
• Total -- 14 out of 65 (22%)

Break-and-run on successful breaks:
• Team USA -- 8 out of 22 (36%)
• Team Europe -- 6 out of 27 (22%)
• Total -- 14 out of 49 (29%)
  
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12-07-2016, 06:59 PM

Wow....USA is leading in BnRS....
...so they're losing the fighting games.


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Here are some results for DAYS 1 through 3 Combined -- Tues. 12/6 - Thurs. 12/8/2016. The score was 4-1 on Day 1, 3-1 on Day 2, and 3-1 on Day 3 -- all in Europe's favor -- for a total of 10-3 after 3 days.

The successful-break rates so far are 74% for Team USA (37 of 50) and 77% (37 of 48) for Team Europe.

Team USA has won the game on 52% (26 of 50) of their own breaks, whereas Team Europe has won on 71% (34 of 48) of their breaks. Some details:

Team USA broke 50 times, with the following results:
Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 21 (42%)
Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 16 (32%)
Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 5 (10%)
Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 8 (16%)

Team Europe broke 48 times, with the following results:
Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and won the game -- 28 (58%)
Made at least one ball (and did not foul) and lost the game -- 9 (19%)
Broke dry or fouled but won the game -- 6 (13%)
Broke dry or fouled and lost the game -- 5 (10%)

For the two teams combined, the breaker made at least one ball (and did not foul) 76% (74 of 98) of the time; the breaking side won 61% (60 of 98) of the games; and the breaking side won 66% (49 of 74) of the games in which the breaker made at least one ball on the break and did not foul.

Break-and-run on all breaks:
Team USA -- 13 out of 50 (26%)
Team Europe -- 12 out of 48 (25%)
Total -- 25 out of 98 (26%)

Break-and-run on successful breaks:
Team USA -- 13 out of 37 (35%)
Team Europe -- 12 out of 37 (32%)
Total -- 25 out of 74 (34%)
  
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12-08-2016, 06:06 PM

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Wow....USA is leading in BnRS....
...so they're losing the fighting games.
Yes, the break has had little to do with this Mosconi. The US is losing the racks in which both sides have a chance and that's why we're being manhandled.
  
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12-09-2016, 05:01 AM

Thanks in advance.

Probably too late, but would have been nice to know total number of shots made/attempted for each player. Might be a good gauge to determine who makes the team next year
  
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Results for all 4 days combined are now in Post #1.
  
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12-09-2016, 01:32 PM

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The following stats are for all 4 days of the event combined.

The successful-break rates were 75% for Team USA (40 of 53) and 76% (39 of 51) for Team Europe.

Team USA won the game on 51% (27 of 53) of their own breaks, whereas Team Europe won on 73% (37 of 51) of their breaks. Some details:
Amazing how much more often Europe won on their break even though USA had basically the same number of break and runs per attempts.
  
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12-09-2016, 01:41 PM

Here are some 2016 Mosconi Cup break stats for each player. [Caveat: small numbers.]


Successful breaks (made at least one ball and did not foul):

  • Van Boening -- 9 of 11 (82%)
    Morris -- 8 of 11 (73%)
    Dechaine -- 7 of 10 (70%)
    Bergman -- 6 of 10 (60%)
    Woodward -- 10 of 11 (91%)
    Team USA Total -- 40 of 53 (75%)

    Feijen -- 9 of 9 (100%)
    Appleton -- 8 of 10 (80%)
    Gray -- 6 of 9 (67%)
    Ouschan -- 8 of 11 (73%)
    Shaw -- 8 of 12 (67%)
    Team Europe Total -- 39 of 51 (76%)

    USA + Europe Total -- 79 of 104 (76%)


Breaker's side won the game:

  • Van Boening -- 5 of 11 (45%)
    Morris -- 7 of 11 (64%)
    Dechaine -- 3 of 10 (30%)
    Bergman -- 6 of 10 (60%)
    Woodward -- 6 of 11 (55%)
    Team USA Total -- 27 of 53 (51%)

    Feijen -- 8 of 9 (89%)
    Appleton -- 5 of 10 (50%)
    Gray -- 8 of 9 (89%)
    Ouschan -- 9 of 11 (82%)
    Shaw -- 7 of 12 (58%)
    Team Europe Total -- 37 of 51 (73%)

    USA + Europe Total -- 64 of 104 (62%)


Break-and-run games, on all breaks:

  • Van Boening -- 4 of 11 (36%)
    Morris -- 3 of 11 (27%)
    Dechaine -- 0 of 10 (0%)
    Bergman -- 3 of 10 (30%)
    Woodward -- 3 of 11 (27%)
    Team USA Total -- 13 of 53 (25%)

    Feijen -- 3 of 9 (33%)
    Appleton -- 3 of 10 (30%)
    Gray -- 2 of 9 (22%)
    Ouschan -- 2 of 11 (18%)
    Shaw -- 3 of 12 (25%)
    Team Europe Total -- 13 of 51 (25%)

    USA + Europe Total -- 26 of 104 (25%)


Break-and-run games, on successful breaks:

  • Van Boening -- 4 of 9 (44%)
    Morris -- 3 of 8 (38%)
    Dechaine -- 0 of 7 (0%)
    Bergman -- 3 of 6 (50%)
    Woodward -- 3 of 10 (30%)
    Team USA Total -- 13 of 40 (33%)

    Feijen -- 3 of 9 (33%)
    Appleton -- 3 of 8 (38%)
    Gray -- 2 of 6 (33%)
    Ouschan -- 2 of 8 (25%)
    Shaw -- 3 of 8 (33%)
    Team Europe Total -- 13 of 39 (33%)

    USA + Europe Total -- 26 of 79 (33%)


[Note: A B&R in a doubles game is credited here to the breaker.]
  
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12-09-2016, 05:57 PM

Regarding lags:


2016 -- Cup won by Team Europe 11-3

  • USA won 8 lags, Europe won 6.

    The team that won the lag won the first game 12 times (7 by USA, 5 by Europe).

    The team that won the lag won the match 7 times (2 by USA, 5 by Europe).

    In the 3 hill/hill matches, USA won the lag all 3 times but lost the match twice. The lone win was not by B&R in the final game.

    The team that won the first game (8 by USA, 6 by Europe) won the match 7 times (2 by USA, 5 by Europe).

2015 -- Cup won by Team Europe 11-7

  • Each team won 9 lags.

    The team that won the lag won the first game 9 times (4 by USA, 5 by Europe).

    The team that won the lag won the match 10 times (4 by USA, 6 by Europe).

    In the 8 hill/hill matches, the team that won the lag won the match 6 times (3 by each team), and 4 of the 6 were by B&R in the final game.

    The team that won the first game (8 by USA, 10 by Europe) won the match 9 times (3 by USA, 6 by Europe).

2014 -- Cup won by Team Europe 11-5

  • USA won 2 lags, Europe won 14.

    The team that won the lag won the first game 13 times (2 by USA, 11 by Europe).

    The team that won the lag won the match 9 times (0 by USA, 9 by Europe).

    In the only hill/hill match, Europe won the lag and the first game (by B&R) but lost the match.

    The team that won the first game (5 by USA, 11 by Europe) won the match 6 times (0 by USA, 6 by Europe).

2013 -- Cup won by Team Europe 11-2

  • USA won 4 lags, Europe won 9.

    The team that won the lag won the first game 6 times (1 by USA, 5 by Europe).

    The team that won the lag won the match 7 times (0 by USA, 7 by Europe).

    In the 4 hill/hill matches, Europe won all the lags and 2 of the matches (one by B&R in the final game -- 9-ball on the break).

    The team that won the first game (5 by USA, 8 by Europe) won the match 6 times (0 by USA, 6 by Europe).

So 16 matches have gone to a hill/hill game over the past 4 years, and the breaking side (winner of the lag) won 9 of those games.
  
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12-09-2016, 05:58 PM

Regarding 1-balls in the side pocket on the break:

Standard operating procedure in this event again this year was to use a cut break from near one side cushion, trying to make the 1-ball in the side pocket on the other side of the table (and whatever else might go). How successful was this?

2016
  • 25 breaks (24% of all 104 breaks) -- dry or fouled
    25 (24%) -- successful, making the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket but no other ball(s)
    29 (28%) -- successful, making the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket and one or more other balls
    25 (24%) -- successful, making one or more balls, but not the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket
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    104 (100%) -- total


2015
  • 43 breaks (30% of all 142 breaks) -- dry or fouled
    25 (18%) -- successful, making the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket but no other ball(s)
    27 (19%) -- successful, making the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket and one or more other balls
    47 (33%) -- successful, making one or more balls, but not the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket
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    142 (100%) -- total


So the success rate on making the 1-ball in the opposite side pocket on the break was up from 37% last year to 52% this year.
  
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12-09-2016, 07:13 PM

Regarding Fouls:

The following numbers are: Breaking Fouls + Kicking Fouls + Jumping Fouls + Other Fouls = Total Fouls

  • Van Boening -- 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 = 5
    Morris -- 0 + 1 + 0 + 0 = 1
    Dechaine -- 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 = 5
    Bergman -- 0 + 1 + 0 + 1 = 2
    Woodward -- 0 + 0 + 0 + 3 = 3
    Team USA Total -- 2 + 5 + 3 + 6 = 16

    Feijen -- 0 + 0 + 0 + 1 = 1
    Appleton -- 0 + 2 + 0 + 0 = 2
    Gray -- 1 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 1
    Ouschan -- 1 + 2 + 0 + 0 = 3
    Shaw -- 1 + 1 + 1 + 0 = 3
    Team Europe Total -- 3 + 5 + 1 + 1 = 10

    USA + Europe Total -- 5 + 10 + 4 + 7 = 26

The "Other Fouls" category includes: no rail on a flubbed hit on the cue ball (Feijen 1), scratching while making a ball (Woodward 3), scratching on a missed shot (Dechaine 1), inadvertently touching a ball when down for a shot (Bergman 1), and an intentional foul to tie up balls (Van Boening 1).

The opponent's side ran out the game on the next inning for 13 of Team USA's 16 fouls and for 5 of Team Europe's 10 fouls.
  
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12-09-2016, 07:30 PM

Must've been a close call for MVP.....Ouschan vs Feijen....
....anybody notice the difference?

I missed a lot of matches.


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I missed a lot of matches.
Gray was a contender, too; played great.
  
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12-12-2016, 12:23 AM

Team Europe has now won 15 days of play in a row -- all 3 days in 2013 and all 4 days in each of 2014 through 2016.

The longest previous such streak was just 4 -- done once by each team (last day of 1995 and first 3 days of 1996 by Team Europe and all 4 days of 2001 by Team USA).

Team USA did, however, go 10 days of play without a loss, sprinkling 3 tied days among 7 winning days covering the last day of play in 2003 through the first day of play in 2006.

[I haven't called them "sessions" here, because in some earlier years they played two sessions per day, and I'm talking about full days of play.]
  
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