Kim Claims WPBA Masters

ga young kim masters Kim Claims WPBA Masters

Proving her pool prowess once again, Korea’s Ga Young Kim offered an awesome display of cue talent, winning two straight sets against Atlanta’s Monica Webb, 4-0, 4-0 to take the title in the 2013 WPBA Masters, defeating Atlanta’s Monica Webb.

Proving her pool prowess once again, Korea’s Ga Young Kim offered an awesome display of cue talent, winning two straight sets against Atlanta’s Monica Webb, 4-0, 4-0 to take the title in the 2013 WPBA Masters, defeating Atlanta’s Monica Webb.

Allison Fisher faced Ga Young Kim in today’s first semi-final match. Fisher took the first set 4-3, then led 2-1 in the next set before Ga Young Kim came back to win that set 4-3, forcing a one game sudden death playoff! Ga Young Kim won the lag in the final game, then took the game, set, match after a safety battle, earning herself a spot in the finals.

Atlanta’s Monica Webb faced off against Karen Corr in the second semi-final match. In a complete opposite of the first semi final, Monica Webb won an unbelievable eight straight games to defeat Corr in straight sets, 4-0, 4-0. She now faces Ga Young Kim in the ESPN3 live televise finals!

For the first time in the history of the Women’s Pro Billiard Tour (celebrating its 20th anniversary this year!), the entire semi final and final matches ran LIVE on ESPN3 and will be archived there for 30 days. Fans can head to http://www.wpba.com for more info and tournament brackets, or visit the link direct at http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_/id/817665/wpba-masters. If you missed the action live, you can still view the amazing play by Ga Young Kim and Monica Webb from this event.

FINAL RESULTS
1 Ga Young Kim (Korea)
2 Monica Webb (USA)
3/4 Allison Fisher (England)
3/4 Karen Corr (Ireland)
5/6 Jeanette Lee (USA)
5/6 Jasmin Ouschan (Austria)
7/8 Line Kjorsvik (Norway)
7/8 Helena Thornfeldt (Sweden)
9/12 Melissa Little (USA)
9/12 Janet Atwell (USA)
9/12 Jennifer Barretta (USA)
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