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14.1 Stats -- 2019 World Tournament, Single-Elimination Matches, Dec. 2019 - 12-07-2019, 04:04 PM

Here are some stats from the single-elimination portion of the 2019 World 14.1 Tournament played December 5-7 at 9 Ball Heaven Sports Grill & Billiards in Jacksonville, FL. Pay-per-view streaming was provided by Xstream Pool through audiovideoweb. Shane Van Boening defeated Corey Deuel in the final match to win his 1st title in this event.

The stats are for the 9 matches on the main streaming table for this portion of the event, and they represented 64% of the total of 14 matches played in this portion of the event. Matches numbered 1-4 below, from the round of 16 players, were played on Thursday, Dec. 5. Matches numbered 5-8 below, quarterfinal and semifinal matches, were played on Friday, Dec. 6. The Finals were played on Saturday, Dec. 7. The Finals match was to 300 points, the others were all to 200 points.

This portion of the event was preceded by a group stage (5 groups of 6 players), with round-robin play in each group. Fifteen players, 3 from each group, advanced to the single-elimination stage and were seeded based on their results in the group stage. With the best results from the group stage, Thorsten Hohmann received a bye in the first single-elimination round.

The conditions for this event included:
  • - Diamond 9-foot table with what seemed to be normal pro-cut pockets;
    - blue (Simonis?) cloth;
    - Aramith (?) balls with a measles cue ball;
    - triangle rack;
    - rack your own;
    - foul on all balls;
    - lag for opening break.

Attempted Scoring Innings means the player's total number of innings for the game minus the number of innings that he played only a safety or an intentional foul (no attempt to score a point).

PPI is Points per Inning based on the total number of innings in the game for that player. [Note: I call this measure Points per Inning rather than Balls per Inning to be a bit more precise in the definition, since the number of points a player is credited with in a game can be quite different from the number of balls he pocketed.]

PPASI is Points per Attempted Scoring Inning, i.e., points per inning based on the number of Attempted Scoring Innings in the game for that player, i.e., his or her total points scored in the game divided by his or her number of Attempted Scoring Innings.

All information is given first for the match winner and then for the match loser (separated by a comma).

Match #1 -- Shane Van Boening defeated Bob Madenjian 200 - 13
  • 3 Highest Runs: (155 • 45 • -), (13 • - • -)
    Total Innings: 2, 2
    PPI (Points per Inning): 100.0, 6.5
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 2, 1
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 100.0, 13.0
    Safeties: 0, 1
    Fouls, intentional: 0, 0
    Fouls, unintentional: 0, 0
    Missed shots: 1, 1
    Match Length: 86 min.
    Points per Minute: 2.5

Match #2 -- Michael DeLawder d. Tom Storm 200 - 150
  • 3 Highest Runs: (60 • 42 • 28), (40 • 37 • 19)
    Total Innings: 14, 14
    PPI (Points per Inning): 14.3, 10.7
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 13, 11
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 15.4, 13.6
    Safeties: 2, 2
    Fouls, intentional: 0, 0
    Fouls, unintentional: 0, 2
    Missed shots: 11, 9
    Match Length: 114 min.
    Points per Minute: 3.0

Match #3 -- Corey Deuel d. Billy Burke 200 - 71
  • 3 Highest Runs: (47 • 37 • 35), (16 • 13 • 12)
    Total Innings: 18, 18
    PPI (Points per Inning): 11.1, 3.9
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 11, 11
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 18.2, 6.5
    Safeties: 10*, 6*
    Fouls, intentional: 1*, 1*
    Fouls, unintentional: 1*, 2*
    Missed shots: 5*, 8*
    Match Length: 140 min.
    Points per Minute: 1.9
    ....* approximate

Match #4 -- John Schmidt d. David Grossman 200 - 96
  • 3 Highest Runs: (93 • 28 • 20), (15 • 13 • 13)
    Total Innings: 29, 28
    PPI (Points per Inning): 6.9, 3.4
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 20, 21
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 10.0, 4.6
    Safeties: 10, 15
    Fouls, intentional: 0, 0
    Fouls, unintentional: 3, 3
    Missed shots: 15, 10
    Match Length: 143 min.
    Points per Minute: 2.1

Match #5 (QUARTERFINAL) -- Shane Van Boening d. Max Eberle 200 - 68
  • 3 Highest Runs: (88 • 85 • 15), (56 • 18 • 8)
    Total Innings: 12, 12
    PPI (Points per Inning): 16.7, 5.7
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 5, 4
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 40.0, 17.0
    Safeties: 6, 8
    Fouls, intentional: 2, 3
    Fouls, unintentional: 0, 1
    Missed shots: 3, 1
    Match Length: 169 min.
    Points per Minute: 1.6

Match #6 (QUARTERFINAL) -- Thorsten Hohmann d. Michael DeLawder 200 - 47
  • 3 Highest Runs: (183 • 10 • 7), (18 • 15 • 14)
    Total Innings: 7, 7
    PPI (Points per Inning): 28.6, 6.7
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 5, 4
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 40.0, 11.8
    Safeties: 2, 4
    Fouls, intentional: 0, 0
    Fouls, unintentional: 1, 0
    Missed shots: 3, 3
    Match Length: 113 min.
    Points per Minute: 2.2

Match #7 (SEMIFINAL) -- Shane Van Boening d. John Schmidt 200 - 171
  • 3 Highest Runs: (62 • 56 • 34), (89 • 47 • 15)
    Total Innings: 19, 19
    PPI (Points per Inning): 10.5, 9.0
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 10, 6
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 20.0, 28.5
    Safeties: 8, 11
    Fouls, intentional: 3, 4
    Fouls, unintentional: 1, 1
    Missed shots: 7, 3
    Match Length: 221 min.
    Points per Minute: 1.7

Match #8 (SEMIFINAL) -- Corey Deuel d. Thorsten Hohmann 200 - 176
  • 3 Highest Runs: (119 • 43 • 11), (95 • 46 • 17)
    Total Innings: 16, 15
    PPI (Points per Inning): 12.5, 11.7
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 8, 7
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 25.0, 25.1
    Safeties: 7, 7
    Fouls, intentional: 2, 1
    Fouls, unintentional: 2, 2
    Missed shots: 4, 5
    Match Length: 223 min.
    Points per Minute: 1.7

Match #9 (FINAL) -- Shane Van Boening d. Corey Deuel 300 - 174
  • 3 Highest Runs: (89 • 61 • 55), (85 • 38 • 38)
    Total Innings: 10, 9
    PPI (Points per Inning): 30.0, 19.3
    Attempted Scoring Innings: 6, 5
    PPASI (Points per Attempted Scoring Inning): 50.0, 34.8
    Safeties: 3, 3
    Fouls, intentional: 1, 2
    Fouls, unintentional: 3, 0
    Missed shots: 2, 4
    Match Length: 256 min. (includes an intermission of about 22 min.)
    Points per Minute: 1.9 (2.0 if intermission is not counted)

[Note: These stats are based on the "official" score for each match, which differed from my scoring in some cases.]
  
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12-07-2019, 04:04 PM

Here's a comparison of some aggregate stats for the past 5 years for the single-elimination matches played to 200 points (7 matches in 2016, 8 matches for the other 4 years). The 5 numbers for each item are for, in order, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015.
[Note: Because a couple racks were not shown in one match and a couple other matches had streaming problems, the numbers for 2018 should be viewed as close approximations.]

  • Points per Inning
    • For match winners: 13.7, 10.9, 12.9, 13.3, 29.1
    • For match losers: 6.9, 4.2, 7.4, 8.4, 11.9
    • For both: 10.3, 7.6, 10.2, 10.9, 20.8

    Points per Attempted Scoring Inning
    • For match winners: 21.6, 18.4, 20.3, 24.6, 44.4
    • For match losers: 12.2, 7.3, 12.6, 15.8, 21.0
    • For both: 17.2, 13.0, 16.7, 20.3, 34.0

    Points per Miss or Unintentional Foul
    • For match winners: 28.1, 29.6, 26.2, 31.8, 66.7
    • For match losers: 15.5, 9.8, 15.2, 17.1, 24.3
    • For both: 22.1, 19.1, 20.9, 24.1, 45.1

    Average (mean) High Run
    • For match winners: 101, 70, 79, 78, 108
    • For match losers: 43, 33, 36, 49, 42
    • For both: 72, 51, 58, 64, 75

    Average (median) High Run
    • For match winners: 90.5, 58.5, 74.5, 70, 110.5
    • For match losers: 29, 37.5, 36.5, 31, 47.5
    • For both: 61, 42.5, 48.5, 69.5, 62.5

    Average number of innings per match
    • Total innings: 14.6, 18.4, 15.5, 15.0, 6.9 for match winners; 14.4, 17.9, 14.9, 14.3, 6.4 for match losers
    • Attempted scoring innings: 9.3, 10.9, 9.9, 8.1, 4.5 for match winners; 8.1, 10.3, 8.8, 7.6, 3.6 for match losers

    Average (mean) score for match losers: 99, 75, 110, 120, 76
    Average (mean) match length in minutes: 151, 166, 187, 162, 138
    Average (mean) points per minute: 2.0, 1.7, 1.7, 2.0, 2.0
  
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12-07-2019, 04:05 PM

Shane Van Boening defeated Corey Deuel 300 - 174 in the final match of the 2019 World 14.1 event this afternoon. Here is how the game went, inning by inning.

Scores in brackets are for Van Boening (V) first (since he shot the opening break), then Deuel (D), and are shown as of the end of a player's inning if the score changed in that inning. References to "left" and "right" sides of the table are as the player looks from the head of the table to the foot.

V1 (Van Boening's inning #1) -- opening safety break from right side, leaving the 13-ball out to the right of the rack.
D1 -- safe

V2 -- safe
D2 -- safe

V3 -- safe
D3 -- intentional foul [0 - (-1)]

V4 -- intentional foul [(-1) - (-1)]
D4 -- intentional foul [(-1) - (-2)]

V5 -- started with a combo cross-corner bank behind the pile to the right foot pocket, ran 89, then missed a long 7-ball to the left head pocket. [88 - (-2)]
D5 -- ran 38, then missed a long, straight 13-ball to the left head pocket. [88 - 36]

V6 -- ran 11, then missed the 9-ball up the right side rail to the right head pocket. [99 - 36]
D6 -- ran 9, then missed a behind-the-rack secondary break shot on the 9-ball to the right foot pocket. [99 - 45]

V7 -- ran 35, then fouled on a pocket scratch in the right foot pocket making the break ball in the same pocket. [133 - 45]
D7 -- ran 85, got stuck on the pile with the break shot, and played safe. [133 - 130]

V8 -- ran 55, then fouled on a pocket scratch in the right foot pocket making the break ball in the same pocket. [187 -130]

--- intermission ---

D8 -- ran 6, then, with cue ball behind the rack, missed a cross-side bank on the 9-ball to the right side pocket. [187 - 136]

V9 -- ran 61, then fouled on a pocket scratch in the right side pocket trying to send the cue ball 2 rails off the foot rail for a ball near the head rail. [247 - 136]
D9 -- ran 38, then missed to the right foot pocket. [247 - 174]

V10 -- ran 51 to get to 298, but it was apparently 300 by their scoring. [300 - 174]

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Summary data -- for winner Van Boening, then Deuel (separated by a comma):

Points Scored -- 300, 174
3 Highest Runs -- (89 • 61 • 55), (85 • 38 • 38)
Total Innings -- 10, 9
Points per Inning -- 30.0, 19.3
Attempted Scoring Innings -- 6, 5
Points per Attempted Scoring Inning -- 50.0, 34.8
Safeties -- 3, 3
Fouls. Intentional -- 1, 2
Fouls, Unintentional -- 3, 0
Missed Shots -- 2, 4
Match Length -- 4 hrs. 16 min. (includes an intermission of about 22 min.)
Points per Minute -- 1.9 (2.0 if intermission is not counted)
  
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12-07-2019, 05:14 PM

I think I saw it was $6k for first.


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I think I saw it was $6k for first.
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12-07-2019, 05:42 PM

300 balls for Shane with only two missed shots and only three safeties - very impressive! Is there any discipline on a pool table this man hasn’t mastered?
  
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300 balls for Shane with only two missed shots and only three safeties - very impressive! Is there any discipline on a pool table this man hasn’t mastered?
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how much $$$ for 1st?
2019 World 14.1 Tournament prize fund:

1st -- $6,000
2nd -- 4,000
3rd/4th -- 2,500
5th/8th -- 1,100
9th/15th -- 500

Total -- $22,900

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2019 World 14.1 Tournament prize fund:

1st -- $6,000
2nd -- 4,000
3rd/4th -- 2,500
5th/8th -- 1,100
9th/15th -- 500

Total -- $22,900

[and possibly a small prize or two for high run(s)?]
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6K still good money for a small tournament.
Was there any added money?


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Was there any added money?
Someone on stream said the entry fee was $600. The advertising for qualifiers said "Winner gets Free $580 Entry to the World 14.1 JAX! Including tickets all week and ticket to the Hall of Fame Banquet." So I'm not sure how much the 30 entrants paid in total. But it looks like the prize fund exceeded the entry fees by about $5000 or a bit more.
  
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12-08-2019, 09:04 AM

Reading this has made me change my position on this long run discussion. A 526 or 626 is amazing in itself, but anything in an exhibition format needs an asterisk next to it. I have seen the light. I’ve never seen a 14.1 tournament that goes to over 300 balls so a 627 is virtually impossible, but a 300 when gambling or in a tournament when you can’t re-rack and there’s a guy waiting to put a 300 on you if you miss just seems more important and newsworthy. That being said I still look forward to buying the Schmidt video when it’s available, it’s a hell of a run.
  
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