View Full Version : Down to the final 8 in the Seoul Open...

03-09-2005, 06:42 PM
Charlie Williams and Dragon Promotions have done it again!

Today is the final day of the 4-day event here in Seoul, South Korea.

The ending couldn't have been planned any better than this:

8 players-> 2 from America, 2 from Japan, 2 from Germany and 2 from the wonderful host country of South Korea.

We have Mad Max Eberle who catapulted his way into the final 8 with a huge win over Korean sensation Ryu Seung-woo. Along with Max for the Americans is of course the Korean Dragon himself, Charlie Williams. Charlie flew by with ease into the final 8 with commanding wins over each of his opponents.

Shuji Nagata played a near flawless tournament so far to earn himself a spot in the final 8. And his long time friend and foe Hiroshi Takenaka took the long rode but drove in the right direction to secure his spot in the final 8.

Ralf Souquet overcame stiffness in his neck, oohing and ahhing his way into the final rounds. Thorsten Hohmann turned a difficult path into a seemingly simple one by downing his opponents with his Hitman-like style.

South Korea
The host country is proud to be represented by the legendary Park Shin-young. And Koreans #1 ranked player and my close personal friend, Kim Woong-dae finishes up as the last player to make it into the elite 8. He managed to do so with a stunning hill hill victory to please the home crowd.

03-10-2005, 05:05 AM
Are the big guns missing because this coincided with the Asian tour?


03-10-2005, 09:41 AM
You would be correct sir...