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DCC 2019 Straight Pool Challenge Payouts and Videos - 02-06-2019, 07:12 AM

https://youtu.be/GD0q0Wr9IvI Shane Van Boening 198

https://youtu.be/kOIy5VG1W9w Joshua Filler 198

https://youtu.be/US-OHx_L1rg Mika Immonen 201

https://youtu.be/jnPdCEgbeas Alex Pagualayan 168

https://youtu.be/hshpS2dgouk Dennis Orcollo 140

https://youtu.be/wzvAPpEFSRQ Eklent Kaci 99

https://youtu.be/9ikzJNdBCpc Lee Vann Corteza 183 ball run

https://youtu.be/ynPv9cBsZaA Ruslan Chinakhov 141 ball run

Mika First place $7,500.00 plus $300 for high run money = $7,800.00
Shane split 2nd/3rd for $3750.00 plus $100 for high run money = $3,850.00
Lee Van split 2nd/3rd for $3,750.00 plus $100 for high run money = $3,850.00
Joshua Filler 5th-8th for $1,600.00 plus $500 in daily, $1000 for event and $1,000 for all time money = $4,100.00
Niels 3rd-4th money = $2,500.00
Schmidt 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $500 in high run money = $2,100.00
Mellling 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $300 high run money = $1,900.00
Dennis 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $300 daily run money = $1,900.00
Konrad $200 daily run money
Marek $100 daily run money

$28,300.00 total payout
73 entries and $21,000.00 added.

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02-06-2019, 11:33 AM

Big Thanks Dennis !!!

i see all the links below and 2018 is missing. will those eventually be posted as well ?

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02-07-2019, 08:13 AM

Thanks for the videos. I'm curious whether Filler's 280 was in the same session as this run of 198.

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02-07-2019, 06:23 PM

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Thanks for the videos. I'm curious whether Filler's 280 was in the same session as this run of 198.
The 198 was on Monday. The 285 was Tuesday.
  
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Great Job - 02-08-2019, 06:24 PM

Dennis,

You and the rest of the crew have the thanks and admiration of those of us that cannot make it to Derby.

Kindest regards,

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02-08-2019, 06:39 PM

Dennis, I want to thank you for years of selfless dedication and hard work to make the 14.1 Challenge come off so beautifully every year.

Could you please tell us what's the story on the future of the 14.1 Challenge.

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02-08-2019, 11:10 PM

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Dennis, I want to thank you for years of selfless dedication and hard work to make the 14.1 Challenge come off so beautifully every year.

Could you please tell us what's the story on the future of the 14.1 Challenge.

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The future of the 14.1 Challenge is up to Diamond and/or whoever might want to take it over. The only thing definite is that Dennis and I will no longer be involved and with that goes the fund raising by Dennis which produced a record high of $21,000 added this year. 73 entrants pushed the total purse to an all time high of $28,300. We had a good run but it stopped being fun a few years ago.
  
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videos - 02-11-2019, 08:43 AM

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https://youtu.be/GD0q0Wr9IvI Shane Van Boening 198

https://youtu.be/kOIy5VG1W9w Joshua Filler 198

https://youtu.be/US-OHx_L1rg Mika Immonen 201

https://youtu.be/jnPdCEgbeas Alex Pagualayan 168

https://youtu.be/hshpS2dgouk Dennis Orcollo 140

https://youtu.be/wzvAPpEFSRQ Eklent Kaci 99

https://youtu.be/9ikzJNdBCpc Lee Vann Corteza 183 ball run

https://youtu.be/ynPv9cBsZaA Ruslan Chinakhov 141 ball run

Mika First place $7,500.00 plus $300 for high run money = $7,800.00
Shane split 2nd/3rd for $3750.00 plus $100 for high run money = $3,850.00
Lee Van split 2nd/3rd for $3,750.00 plus $100 for high run money = $3,850.00
Joshua Filler 5th-8th for $1,600.00 plus $500 in daily, $1000 for event and $1,000 for all time money = $4,100.00
Niels 3rd-4th money = $2,500.00
Schmidt 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $500 in high run money = $2,100.00
Mellling 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $300 high run money = $1,900.00
Dennis 5th-8th money $1,600.00 plus $300 daily run money = $1,900.00
Konrad $200 daily run money
Marek $100 daily run money

$28,300.00 total payout
73 entries and $21,000.00 added.
I am just editing the first post and adding the videos as I upload them.

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i see all the links below and 2018 is missing. will those eventually be posted as well ?

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Once I find which hard drive they are on. I'll try to get to them after I do 2019.
  
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Once I find which hard drive they are on. I'll try to get to them after I do 2019.
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02-15-2019, 01:13 PM

I have one thing in common with these pros. Every shot the missed to end their run I have been there. Stuck against the side of the rack, frozen to a ball, scratch in the corner off the break. In fact I suspect I am far more familiar with those shots than the pros because I play such lousy 14.1 and frequently find myself in trouble.
  
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Much like amatuer stock market ‘plunge’ investors that buy equities on a ‘hunch’ (instead of first studying the stats) who get lucky and thus soon subconsciously delude themselves into thinking they are financial geniuses, pool players that sometimes can’t resist the thrill of ‘rolling-the-dice’ by turning the cueball loose and then end up with perfect position, can also have trouble staying in touch with reality. Aside from hiring someone to stand behind me and whack me over the head every time I intentionally run into balls without knowing EXACTLY where they will end up, I am at a loss as to how to permenantly resist the lifelong tendency (curse) to gamble that I developed as a kid when learning to play(?). It’s as if the curiosity re: where the balls will go is more important (subconsciously) to me than winning.

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... I am at a loss as to how to permanently resist the lifelong tendency (curse) to gamble that I developed as a kid when learning to play ...
Play "call two" instead of call shot. You have to call your shot after the present shot. That includes on the break shot.


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02-17-2019, 04:54 AM

I also wanted to thank Dennis and Marop for what they do. It is a shame that they have been burnt out by the circumstances. Who could blame them? Too bad the players don't have a bigger say in making this event work out for everybody. These payouts are becoming pretty attractive.


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Play "call two" instead of call shot. You have to call your shot after the present shot. That includes on the break shot.
Interesting idea. Miss your second called shot, and the first one gets spotted. Any suggestions re: how to approach/plan breaking the rack? I assume the corner balls would be the obvious targets, though fewer balls might thus come loose (?). Breaking out the head pair from the side with draw also would seem logical.
  
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