SVB's Paths to Victory in His Winning U.S. Open 9-Ball Championships

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Here, in one place, are Shane Van Boening's paths to victory for each of his U.S. Open 9-Ball titles:

2007
1. Sylver Ochoa 11-5
2. Chad Pike 11-1
3. Sparky Ferrell 11-8
4. Marcus Chamat 11-3
5. Ronnie Wiseman 11-8
6. Corey Deuel 11-8
7. Ronnie Alcano 11-4
8. Tomoko Mekari 11-9
9. Ronnie Alcano 13-10

2007 total -- 101-56 (winning percentage 64%)

2012
1. Bye
2. Adam Smith 11-1
3. Tom Karabatsos 11-2
4. Nick Van Den Berg 11-4
5. Chris Melling 11-4
6. Ronnie Alcano 11-10
7. Jose Parica 11-5
8. Alex Pagulayan 11-5
9. Dennis Orcollo 13-7

2012 total -- 90-38 (70%)

2013
1. Bye
2. Ronny Oldervik 11-6
3. Omar Al Shaheen 11-5
4. Fabio Petroni 11-3
5. Danny Mastermaker 11-5
6. Jeremy Sossei 11-7
7. Chris Melling 11-6
8. Jayson Shaw 11-5
9. Lee Vann Corteza 13-10

2013 total -- 90-47 (66%)

2014
1. Bye
2. Robb Saez 11-10
3. Earl Strickland 11-7
4. Do Hoang Quan 11-10
5. Karl Boyes 11-6
6. Dennis Orcollo 11-5
7. Nick Ekonomopoulos 11-4
8. Dennis Orcollo 13-10

2014 total -- 79-52 (60%)

2016
1. Bye
2. Frankie Hernandez 11-7
3. John Morra 11-10
4. Chang, Jung-Lin 4-11
5. Thorsten Hohmann 11-6
6. Corey Deuel 11-4
7. Daryl Peach 11-7
8. Mike Dechaine 11-6
9. Brandon Shuff 11-4
10. Alex Pagulayan 11-9
11. Jeremy Jones 11-5
12. Dennis Orcollo 11-5
13. Jayson Shaw 11-9
14. Chang, Jung-Lin 13-9

2016 total -- 138-92 (60%)

Total for 5 winning years -- 498-285 (64%)
 

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2016
1. Bye
2. Frankie Hernandez 11-7
3. John Morra 11-10
4. Chang, Jung-Lin 4-11
5. Thorsten Hohmann 11-6
6. Corey Deuel 11-4
7. Daryl Peach 11-7
8. Mike Dechaine 11-6
9. Brandon Shuff 11-4
10. Alex Pagulayan 11-9
11. Jeremy Jones 11-5
12. Dennis Orcollo 11-5
13. Jayson Shaw 11-9
14. Chang, Jung-Lin 13-9

2016 total -- 138-92 (60%)


In 2016 Shane beat the world even with a handcuffed break. Most knowledgeable bettors would say that list couldn't be beat by anybody. A few bad rolls here and there and it wouldn't happen. He pulled it off like a champion.
 
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CaptiveBred

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1. Bye
2. Frankie Hernandez 11-7
3. John Morra 11-10
4. Chang, Jung-Lin 4-11
5. Thorsten Hohmann 11-6
6. Corey Deuel 11-4
7. Daryl Peach 11-7
8. Mike Dechaine 11-6
9. Brandon Shuff 11-4
10. Alex Pagulayan 11-9
11. Jeremy Jones 11-5
12. Dennis Orcollo 11-5
13. Jayson Shaw 11-9
14. Chang, Jung-Lin 13-9

That could be the toughest draw I have ever seen.
 

Dimeball

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1. Bye
2. Frankie Hernandez 11-7
3. John Morra 11-10
4. Chang, Jung-Lin 4-11
5. Thorsten Hohmann 11-6
6. Corey Deuel 11-4
7. Daryl Peach 11-7
8. Mike Dechaine 11-6
9. Brandon Shuff 11-4
10. Alex Pagulayan 11-9
11. Jeremy Jones 11-5
12. Dennis Orcollo 11-5
13. Jayson Shaw 11-9
14. Chang, Jung-Lin 13-9

That could be the toughest draw I have ever seen.
Agreed, several world championships in that list.
 

westcoast

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Morra and Shaw had their chances to beat him. Other than that it seems like Shane was in charge of all of his matches (besides the one he lost of course)
 
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