Here are some break statistics from the 2015 Diamond Bigfoot 10-Ball Challenge streamed by Accu-Stats from the Derby City Classic at the Horseshoe Southern Indiana in Elizabeth, Indiana. This was an invitational 16-man, single-elimination event.

The event's 15 matches (262 games), all of which were streamed from the same table, were as follows. I did not watch the Corteza/Morris match on Friday, so these stats exclude that match (19 games) and are for 243 games in total. The figures in parentheses are the Accu-Stats Total Performance Averages (TPA), as calculated by Accu-Stats:

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The 39 break-and-run games consisted of 1 three-pack (Van Boening), 2 two-packs (Van Boening and Orcollo), and 32 singles. No one broke and ran 4 or more games in a row.

**The conditions**for this event included:- Diamond

**table with standard pro-cut pockets;**__10-foot__- Simonis 860 cloth;

- Diamond wooden rack;

- Cyclop TV balls with a measles cue ball;

- winner breaks;

- rack your own (2-ball and 3-ball on the back corners);

- break from anywhere behind the line;

- no jump cues allowed;

- foul on all balls;

- all slop counts (except spot any 10-ball made on the break); and

- a 40-second shot clock (one automatic extension per player per rack unless at hill/hill, then two extensions per player).

The event's 15 matches (262 games), all of which were streamed from the same table, were as follows. I did not watch the Corteza/Morris match on Friday, so these stats exclude that match (19 games) and are for 243 games in total. The figures in parentheses are the Accu-Stats Total Performance Averages (TPA), as calculated by Accu-Stats:

**Fri., Jan. 23**(Round 1)

D. Orcollo (.932) def. C. Bartram (.700) 11-1

M. Immonen (.874) d. N. Van den Berg (.818) 11-9

L. V. Corteza (.843) d. R. Morris (.757) 11-8

J. Ignacio (.871) d. M. Dechaine (.779) 11-6

**Sat., Jan.24**(Round 1)

A. Pagulayan (.866) d. J. Shaw (.804) 11-7

J. Morra (.779) d. F. Bustamante (.838) 11-10

S. Van Boening (.883) d. J. Archer (.804) 11-8

J. Klatt (.866) d. R. Bautista (.681) 11-5

**Sun., Jan. 25**(Round 2)

Van Boening (.817) d. Klatt (.819) 11-8

Pagulayan (.857) d. Morra (.806) 11-6

Ignacio (.851) d. Orcollo (.845) 11-8

Corteza (.860) d. Immonen (.831) 11-10

**Mon., Jan. 26**(Rounds 3 and 4 -- semifinals and finals)

Corteza (.895) d. Ignacio (.805) 11-7

Van Boening (.957) d. Pagulayan (.682) 11-2

Van Boening (.906) d. Corteza (.686) 11-2

__-- The breaker made at least one ball (and did not foul)__**Overall results****49%**of the time (120 of 243), won**50%**of the games (121 of 243), and broke and ran**16%**of the games (39 of 243).Here's a

**more detailed breakdown**of the 243 games.__Breaker made at least one ball and did not foul__:

Breaker won the game: 75 (31% of the 243 games)

Breaker lost the game: 45 (19%)

__Breaker fouled on the break__:

Breaker won the game: 4 (2%)

Breaker lost the game: 18 (7%)

__Breaker broke dry (without fouling)__:

Breaker won the game: 42 (17%)

Breaker lost the game: 59 (24%)

Therefore, whereas the breaker won 50% (121) of all 243 games,

He won 63% (75 of 120) of the games in which he made at least one ball on the break and did not foul.

He won 18% (4 of 22) of the games in which he fouled on the break.

He won 42% (42 of 101) of the games in which he broke dry but did not foul.

He won 37% (46 of 123) of the games in which he either fouled on the break or broke dry without fouling.

__: The 39 break-and-run games represented 16% of all 243 games, 32% of the 121 games won by the breaker, and 33% of the 120 games in which the break was successful (made a ball and didn't foul).__**Break-and-run games**The 39 break-and-run games consisted of 1 three-pack (Van Boening), 2 two-packs (Van Boening and Orcollo), and 32 singles. No one broke and ran 4 or more games in a row.

__: The 10-ball was made on the break 7 times (2.9% of the 243 breaks), but it was spotted (with the breaker continuing to shoot) rather than counting as a win.__**10-balls on the break**I'll post break stats for the Bigfoot event in this Post #1 after the event ends.

In the meantime, this is just serving as a placeholder.

For a few interim stats, see post #2.

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