198 THIS WEEKEND: Predator Pro/Am Tour $1,000 added at CUE BAR

Hi Players,

The next Predator Pro/Am Tour stop of the 2014 season, co-sponsored by the
National Amateur Pool League,
will take place at CUE BAR
in Bayside, Queens NY this Saturday & Sunday, May 17th & 18th. As always, we will use the beautifully designed Delta-13 racks.

The ABCD is limited to 64 players
(32 A++ thru B+ players for the top of the chart & 32 B thru D players for the bottom of the chart)
on Saturday & the Open/Pro event will be limited to 16 and will start on Sunday!
No phone entries allowed and you must be present in line to pay your entry fee.
Please visit the Predator Pro/Am Tour site for more information on the tour.

George ‘Ginky’ Sansouci Memorial Tournament
$4,000 Added
May 24th – 26th
Steinway Billiards
We are now taking entries for the 4th Annual George ‘Ginky’ Sansouci Memorial Tournament.
Lower Bracket (B-D) is Full! Upper Bracket
(A++ – B+) has 9 spots left.
Entries can be given to Tony or Gail Robles or William Finnegan. You can also leave entries in a sealed envelope at Steinway Billiards.
If you drop the entry off at one of these rooms:
1.Ensure the envelope is sealed.
2. Address it to Tony Robles.
3.Confirm and write down GINKY MEMORIAL
4. Write the name of the player whose entry is being paid. Players will not be added to the draw if we don’t have a player name. Please don’t assume that we know.
5. MOST IMPORTANTLY: Please make absolutely sure that you will be attending these events as the ENTRIES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE if we cannot find a replacement for your spot. The reason we do this is to make sure that the prize fund isn’t affected by last minute cancellations.
6.The entry fee is $10 more than our normal entry fee for your skill level. In addition, if you are NOT already a Predator Pro/Am Tour, Tri-State Tour or Mezz Tour member, you’ll owe an additional $15 Nonmember Fee.
After dropping off an entry, please send an e-mail to TonyRoblesNYC@gmail.com to confirm we received your entry.
Dress code required: Dress slacks, shoes and
collared shirt for men. (No jeans or sneakers)

From now on, ALL new players and/or players that are not regulars on the tour will NOT be allowed to compete in the MAJOR ABCD tournaments unless a verifiable handicap is established. These rules will be implemented at the tour’s discretion. If you are new to the tour, haven’t played in a recent tournament on the tour, or you are bringing someone new to the tour, we advise you to contact Finnegan or Tony BEFORE the tournament and confirm your handicap. Otherwise you will not be allowed to play. The ABCD MAJOR Tournaments of the Season:
Empire State Amateur/Pro Championship
George ‘Ginky’ SanSouci Memorial

Predator Tour Finale
For Regular ABCD tournaments, any player that is unable to provide proof of a current handicap will either not be allow to play in the ABCD event or will be placed at the handicap of the tournament director’s discretion upon arrival. There is no guarantee you will be allowed to play so again we recommend contacting Tony or Finnegan BEFORE the tournament. Remember, anyone is allowed to play in the Open/Pro event on Sundays.
Verifiable proof includes but isn’t limited to:
Current Tour Card Listing Handicap for another Tour
Verification from another Tour Director or League Operator
If at any point the tour feels a player has intentionally been dishonest about their handicap level or deceived the tour in any way, the tour reserves the right to kick the player out of the tournament and will NOT refund the entry fee or registration.
Tony can be reached by email at TonyRoblesNYC@aol.com or by phone at (917) 202-2750.