Mika IMMONEN vs Efren REYES - 2013 World Pool Masters 9ball (MUST WATCH)

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Support Bilijar9 Channel: THREE MORE matches took place this afternoon at the Barnsley Metrodome as the opening round of the 2013 PartyPoker World Pool Masters continued. There were wins for Finland, Canada and Taiwan as Mika Immonen, Alex Pagulayan and Chang Jung-lin all enjoyed victories.There are two more first round matches to take place this evening in the three day $66,000 event but the final match of the session saw an England v Taiwan clash as Blackpool's Daryl Peach met Chang Jung-lin, the 2012 World 8 Ball Champion and it ended in a close victory for the Taiwanese after he clawed back a big deficit.Peach, a winner of this event in 1995, recovered from a poor start to move into 5-2 lead before Chang took the next two to set up a close finish. The Taiwanese though made an illegal break and although Peach pocketed the lowest ball, he broke down and Chang levelled the score at 5-5.There was a safety exchange in the next before Peach played a superb trickshot as he found the cue ball locked against the 5 on the rail. He jacked the cue up and played a proper masse that pocketed the orange 5 up table, screwed back to pocket the 8 and moved the 9 ball out and away from the rail.He completed the table to take a 6-5 lead and gave himself a chance with his next break. He went through the balls but made a poor error as he scratched, moving the cue ball down table for the 8 and 9.It was to prove a critical mistake as Chang made it 6-6 and he took the next to reach the hill with a clinical break and run. A decent break in the next wrapped it up for the Taiwanese as he completed an 8-6 victory.In the first match of the Saturday afternoon session, Mika Immonen won an entertaining match against Efren Reyes, who proved a hit with the big Barnsley crowd. It was the Finn who got off to a good start as he took the opening two racks but Reyes took the third and fourth.Reyes is a wily old campaigner who is still highly dangerous and he moved into a 4-2 lead, as he shook off any effects of jet lag, and came up with some creative shots which pleased the crowd. Immonen though got to the table in the next and ran out and then did the same in the next to square it up at 4-4.They shared the next two before Reyes dropped two balls on the break but had no available pot on the 1 ball. He pushed out but Immonen put him back in but his safety attempt left the 1 ball on. The Finn cleared to take a 6-5 lead and took the next shortly after.The Filipino got back to the table in the next but again left the 2 ball on as he started to look a little ragged. Immonen though couldn't convert the chance and Reyes took advantage to get within one rack at 7-6. He scratched on the break in the next as the cue ball rolled into the side pocket and Immonen cleared the table for a deserved win.Immonen said afterwards, "He is a legend and I was a little bit nervous at the beginning. You don't want to get into a safety battle with him because he seems to get out of jail every time – it doesn't matter where the cue ball lands, he seems to have a solution."My strategy was to break and run but I wasn't really breaking well so it turned into a shooting contest a little bit, a back and forth battle. He is a legend and that is always in the back of your mind."win, 9 ball, 9ball, old, pool, billiard, billiards, cue sports (sport), cue, ball, shot, shots, great, break, p, amazing, pocket, luck, lucky, wpa world nine-ball championship, world, trick, magic, world pool masters efren reyes (athlete), shane van boening (person), bilijar, championship, best, hd, snooker, match, masters, world pool masters vs, england (country), efren reyes genipool, united states of america (country), niels feijen (person), pearl, reyes, strickland, efren, stroke, hq, earl, alex pagulayan (athlete), shane van boening, philippines (country), world pool-billiard association (organization), bata, efren reyes (person), portsmouth (city/town/village), world pool championship, mosconi cup, world pool masters, darren appleton (athlete), nine-ball, drago, tony, cup, final, wpc, great britain (geographical feature), mika immonen (athlete), magician, table, efren reyes ball, team, earl strickland vs efren reyes, strickland vs reyes, epic match, earl strickland world pool championship reyes vs strickland quarterfinal, efren reyes vs earl strickland, earl vs efren, efren reyes vs earl strickland mosconi, ralf souquet (athlete), us open -ball championships, -ball, efren reyes, francisco bustamante (athlete)



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Achep Ozzoz
beauriful game
Alaric Ong
Isn't this 2014?
Amith Devdas
OK every one stop fighting snooker is snooker and pool is pool both games have their own difficulty level yes it is easy to cheat pocket in pool but u need that for playing shape sometimes where in snooker u just have to play safe snooker was the first sport because the balls we made from elephant tusks since they did not have plastic back then so just enjoy the video and stop fighting about which game is more difficult guys
Anton Roman
Now I respect these guys for being master pool players, but how do they miss so many shots that you would think a professional would make?
Arnaldo Vera
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Awal Ramadhan
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Mika Immonen vs Efren Reyes - 2013 World Pool Masters \n\n #MikaImmonen   #EfrenReyes   #WorldPoolMasters   #Efren_Reyes  \n\nTHREE MORE matches took place this afternoon at the Barnsley Metrodome as the opening round of the 2013 PartyPoker World Pool Masters continued. There were wins for Finland, Canada and Taiwan as Mika Immonen, Alex Pagulayan and Chang Jung-lin all enjoyed victories.\n\nThere are two more first round matches to take place this evening in the three day $66,000 event but the final match of the session saw an England v Taiwan clash as Blackpool’s Daryl Peach met Chang Jung-lin, the 2012 World 8 Ball Champion and it ended in a close victory for the Taiwanese after he clawed back a big deficit.\n\nPeach, a winner of this event in 1995, recovered from a poor start to move into 5-2 lead before Chang took the next two to set up a close finish. The Taiwanese though made an illegal break and although Peach pocketed the lowest ball, he broke down and Chang levelled the score at 5-5.\n\nThere was a safety exchange in the next before Peach played a superb trickshot as he found the cue ball locked against the 5 on the rail. He jacked the cue up and played a proper masse that pocketed the orange 5 up table, screwed back to pocket the 8 and moved the 9 ball out and away from the rail.\n\nHe completed the table to take a 6-5 lead and gave himself a chance with his next break. He went through the balls but made a poor error as he scratched, moving the cue ball down table for the 8 and 9.\n\nIt was to prove a critical mistake as Chang made it 6-6 and he took the next to reach the hill with a clinical break and run. A decent break in the next wrapped it up for the Taiwanese as he completed an 8-6 victory.\n\nIn the first match of the Saturday afternoon session, Mika Immonen won an entertaining match against Efren Reyes, who proved a hit with the big Barnsley crowd. It was the Finn who got off to a good start as he took the opening two racks but Reyes took the third and fourth.\n\nReyes is a wily old campaigner who is still highly dangerous and he moved into a 4-2 lead, as he shook off any effects of jet lag, and came up with some creative shots which pleased the crowd. Immonen though got to the table in the next and ran out and then did the same in the next to square it up at 4-4.\n\nThey shared the next two before Reyes dropped two balls on the break but had no available pot on the 1 ball. He pushed out but Immonen put him back in but his safety attempt left the 1 ball on. The Finn cleared to take a 6-5 lead and took the next shortly after.\n\nThe Filipino got back to the table in the next but again left the 2 ball on as he started to look a little ragged. Immonen though couldn’t convert the chance and Reyes took advantage to get within one rack at 7-6. He scratched on the break in the next as the cue ball rolled into the side pocket and Immonen cleared the table for a deserved win.\n\nImmonen said afterwards, “He is a legend and I was a little bit nervous at the beginning. You don’t want to get into a safety battle with him because he seems to get out of jail every time – it doesn’t matter where the cue ball lands, he seems to have a solution.\n\n“My strategy was to break and run but I wasn’t really breaking well so it turned into a shooting contest a little bit, a back and forth battle. He is a legend and that is always in the back of your mind.”
Böser.Stachel
efren eats, breathes, sleeps & lives pool!
Carl Mariano
Proud to be a Filipino
Chad Woods
Mika saved by that last scratch man!!!!!!
Christopher Terhart
Reyes Vs. Eminem . hehe
Comment_User
Ruisleipä
Dat Huynh
DAT PHUONG
DeathMetalBIH
That accent...wtf?!
Dinesh Chawla
thats me staring up at the screen at 4:42 !
Doni Alam
mika is typical great ball position, but efren reyes is legend and he is the best player ever
Eddy Karim
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Eko Sahputra
Efren reyes is the best and the LEGEND....
GrEeK GaMeRz
Efren Reyes will always be the best player(kicker).....efren for the win!
Haru
I've got a question\nWhat if you fail to pot anything on the break, is it still your turn?
Howard Harris
Killer round 3
I Wayan Ady Minartha
wtat............ erfen reyes lose
Jaakko1972
Commentators saying Reyes makes a couple of mistakes a match could not be farther from the truth  he is the only player with 2 1.0 ratings
Jay D
age takes the best out of anyone. but efren is already a LEGEND idolized by great players. i remember watching him on TV when i was young. he dazzles spectators everytime. :))
Jed Farley
Never seen Efren miss so much or lose his Cueball control.
Kevin Anggatama
im sick of the comparation beetwen pool and snooker omg.. like man they both are really different in every aspect, the cant be compared together, but once again, just because you see the great players playing thats why you say pool is easier, no its not!
Kian Santos
Maybe he hit to high on the cue ball, but still a Legend
Kryzanne Cristobal
I alway find it funny when commentators say it easy to make shot, i really like to see play them play and see how they play..😄
Legendary, Executive Gerald
Efren is a true legend.
Liemo Reffilob
Mika says efren is a legend .respect the legend
Lucas Klitzke
Are these 8ft tables?
Luis
a legend u crazy the best player ever ,,,,,,,
Mark Halvorsen
It sucks there aren't many videos of Efren in his prime in the late 70s and early 80s. I'd also love to see mosconi play in his prime too. Prolly be the 40s or 50s tho.
Max Watson
Mika always has that gay school-boy haircut.
Michael Smith
when will pool masters 2014 be uploaded??
MrRex1949
Immonen is a good player but he thinks he is invisible like Earl Strickland. Don't care for Immonen that well. 🎱
Muzzer27
26:54 ''the match is Ebdon-flowed\
Nemo Nobody
two of my favorite pool players.
Odalin1706 Ortega
pipo
Oni
i HATE when they skipped matches!!!! GGGGrrrrrr!!!!
Saul Goodman
Players like Mika are real frustrating. \
Shin Jinho
where's part 2-8?
Sidney Bravo
this is not a must watch. you have a bad taste.
Steve Hanes
I like most am a huge Effren fan but one thing I have noticed about him when he looses is that he never looks his opponent in the eye as they shake hands. I don't know if that is just his personality or if it has to do with Philippine custom in some way. Any ideas ?? .... :) Great match between two of my all time favorite players !
Swagalee
holy cow this is a good match 
TCG Capital
K
Thorn DuBois
Wish I was this good😂😂😂😥😥
Thundernoob88
What is with that weird sound right before the crazy shot at 10:02? Illuminati?
Tiax
Why are they playing with a practice cue ball?
UHENIO ALVAREZ
wish the quality was better . I would subscribe . Nice overhead camera ,I wish the other matches had them .
Uncle Quack
Mikar Immonen is a tough player.
Vinh Duong
hay
VregathfulMovies
seems like efren took a fall purposely this game
Wil Collado
In 4:26 when the commentator says \
andreas sinaga
lucky
aview askew
at 14;50 efren gets a penalty on break.....at 31;48 mika breaks and does the same thing as efren but doesnt get a penalty
bAtZtHegAmE
Ggs
blunty gagnon
At 10:22 my bad.
brody lockwood
This is painful to watch. Almost every shot the ball hits the rail then goes in. I would love to see these people play snooker. That takes true skill. When the take a long shot down the rain on here and get it in it hits thethe rail and still goes in. That wouldn't happen snooker.
chase miller
36:41 HAHAHA!
davids11131113
The announcers must be mostly snooker oriented, they don't understand 9-ball pattern play very well.
dens candle
its certainly is great to see this two playing in a match.
djmanskistl
Efren Reyes is a legend! His widely ranging awards and accomplishments in the world of pool are very impressive! So lucky to have seen his matches in the 90's..
dtouey
Reyes is 82 years old.
fatael
240 p seriously ?
faybert gedoan
10 : 7 - 12 : 00
gtrmusic69
This starts at 3:00
harry cron
Efren \
hifi4040
Never mind the result,Efren is the world best player !
jason rebancos
efren is not use to the size of the table
jonathan liberty
you don't want to get into a safty battle with Efren and that did happen when he massed out of that mess he was left by mika early. incredibly true spoken words
jose wolf
Efren maybe old but he is a legend
kingstaff4
Thanks for the upload. It's kinda sad seeing the magician not play like he use to, but he's still better than a lot of people.
lita del valle
Tang ina mo immonen,,!
mosab Alhamali
انا من ليبيا يلي من ليبيا يضغط لايك
muhamed salam
waw
nicol Cardona
son los mejores saludos desde Venezuela bendiciones.
relicsun
I just wish Efren is the same player when he was younger.
sunny benitez
Thanks for the upload, never seen Efren missed a couple of shots before, but for me he still remains the living legend
wtfover
Dude sounds like a damn robot talking.  
yugitopia
9:55 Wow.