unnamed Pros in Danger: D DAY at ANDY CLOTH World Tournament of 14.1 New York City, NY- D-DAY. Several super star players are on the verge of escaping to the next round of the Andy Cloth 74thWorld Tournament of 14.1 or lose and go home. Do or die situations for many tomorrow include Archer, Shaw, Williams, Cohen, Deuel, Dechaine. Commentators will update fans on the score progress when possible on the other marquee tables.

The ANDY CLOTH 74th World Tournament is taking place on August 4th-9th, 2014. Dragon Promotions and Dr. Michael Fedak are pleased to bring the 74th production of the oldest billiard event in the world . Also sponsored by Andy Cloth, Kamui Brands, OB Cues, Amsterdam Billiard Club, Realrealcool.com, Pool & Billiard Magazine , Aramith Balls, and George Beckman Kinetic Sculptures. Official patron 14.1 aficionados are Stu Mattana, Tom Gleich, Harold Siegel, Dr. Greg Diehl Plastic Surgery, and Official World 14.1 photographer Charles Eames. A star studded field has made it back once again to the 14.1 extravaganza taking place at Steinway Billiards Cafe, who is once more hosting the world’s greatest straight pool championship.

Watch online Pay Per View at www.worldstraightpool.com and order tickets for the 14.1 Hall of Fame Banquet and watch ceremony free at www.ustream.tv/channel/AZBtv

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Stream TV Match schedule are the following:

11am D Appleton (ENG) vs M Davis
(secondary TV table) Z Zvi C Deuel

1230 S Van Boening M Eberle
(secondary TV table) T Robles C Williams

2pm J Schmidt E Stalev
(secondary TV table) J Archer M Dechaine

Only $10 on www.worldstraightpool.com or $60 for Day 3, 4 (Final 24 race to 150) ,5 (final 16 race to 200) ,6 (semi #1, semi #2, CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS)

In contrast,  new comer from the European qualifier, Germany’s Andre Lackner has played outstanding in his first showing at the World 14.1.! HE has bigs wins over Archer & Dechaine and barely lost 100-98 to Hatch.
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Lackner of Germany