2022 Megalodon $1,000 Entry 720 & Under 9-Ball Shootout
2022 Megalodon $1,000 Entry 720 & Under 9-Ball Shootout, October 22-23rd - Las Vegas
The Megalodon is here! The $1,000 Entry 720 & Under 9-ball shootout for the top amateur pool sharks out there. If you are a big fish, do not miss out!
$1,000 Entry fee (includes $50 GF/TD fee) plus optional $100 & $300 sidepots and a $200 winner takes all sidepot. There will also be an online player auction.
Rules of Play:
BCAPL Rules of Play. 3-Foul rule in effect. No headphones. Winner break and rack your own. Template racks. 9-Ball racked on the spot. Race to 9 on the winner’s and 7 on the loser’s with a single final race to 13 games.
Played at the magnificent Griff’s Billiards in Las Vegas on 8 9’ Diamond tables with 4 ½” pockets. Aramith Duramith balls with the blue measle cue ball.
Play starts Saturday morning at 10:00 AM. Doors open at 9:00 AM.
Lock Up Your Spot!
To reserve your spot, send in a $200 NONREFUNDABLE deposit via PayPal or Zelle to Osborn6511@hotmail.com. For cash payment see Jack Murray or Rebecca Hendrix - 520-404-5533.
Entry fees must be paid in full by noon Pacific Time, Tuesday October 18th for players with deposits for reserved spots as our online player auction starts that day at 1:00 PM
ELIGIBILITY: Players must be rated at or below 720 as of the date of announcement (2/21/2022) as well as when they register. They must have 500+ game robustness to register. Once a player registers, they then have a 10-point cushion if they go over the drawn skill cap. If they go up over the 10-point cushion, their deposit is refunded and they are no longer eligible. All players are locked in as eligible once the online player auction starts.
Want to Run a Qualifier?
TOURNAMENT DIRECTORS: if you are interested in running a qualifier for the 2022 Megalodon, contact Jack Murray at 520-404-5533 or email at MOB.Billiards@gmail.com. All qualifier flyers and promotions must have the following verbiage: “When a player wins a qualifier for the Megalodon they are winning a paid spot in a tournament. This is not an equitable asset. It can’t be sold or bartered. If for any reason that player cannot play in the main event or becomes ineligible to play, they will be refunded the cost of the entry fee for the qualifier and the spot in the main event will be offered to the next highest eligible finisher of that qualifier at the cost of the refunded entry fee”.
Rough Go on Saturday?
We will be having a Second Bite Tournament on Sunday for those who are not in the money in the main event as well as other who would like to try to take a bite out of the cash!
- Steven Weekly
- Robert Frost