Saturday, November 10, 2007


Immonen is the last WPC champion in the last 8. Gomez remains the most dominant unknown with a 11-0 beating of Feijen, after the other night's 10-2 win over former WPC champ Chao Fong Pang and 10-1 win over Alex Lely of Netherlands. There are still two Bustamantes. Only Kuo is left for the mighty Taiwanese squad after Lu lost. Peach is on a dream run and leads the final England charge with Boyes. Games odds now favor Bustamante the Greater with a 9/2. Stan James even said that the odds on Django is 4/1; and after that win over Pagulayan who was second in the odds, his odds would become smaller indeed. Gomez is surprisingly at second at 15/2 followed by Immonen (who is half-based in Manila because of the great pool talent pool there and of course, because he can afford it) with 9/1; Kuo with 10/1; Peach (16/1), Joven Bustamante (20/1), Foldes (20/1) and Peach with an amazing 40/1 odds.
Most of the winners used the soft break and Immonen is thinking of following suit. Today, Django Bustamante will be facing Peach in the best odds/ worst odds game. Hey, Peach won over Luat, Alcano and Lee. Immonen would be facing Foldes. Kuo-Gomez would be fun to watch while the Bustamante-Boyes deal would be Saturday's dark horse game.

1. Konstantin Stepanov (Russia) 4-11 Karl Boyes (England)
2. Francisco Bustamante (Philippines) 11-2 Alex Pagulayan (Philippines)
3. Kuo Po-cheng (Chinese Taipei) 11-7 Corey Deuel (USA)
4. Niels Feijen (Holland) 0-11 Roberto Gomez (Philippines)

Table two
1. Satoshi Kawabata (Japan) 9-11 Joven Bustamante (Philippines)
2. Alain Martel (Canada) 8-11 Mika Immonen (Finland)
3. Vilmos Foldes (Hungary) 11-5 Lu Hui-chan (Chinese Taipei)
4. Daryl Peach (England) 11-5 Harald Stolka (Germany)



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