Glass Goes All the Way on McDermott Billiards Tour

Glass Goes All the Way on McDermott Billiards Tour
McDermott All-American Tour / Las Vegas, NV

by InsidePOOL Staff
Tim Glass went unscathed at the November 10 stop of the McDermott All-American Tour to take first place over Rick White. Hosted by the Las Vegas Cue Club in Las Vegas, NV, this $500-added event drew 32 billiards players in a double-elimination 8-ball format on 7-foot bar boxes.
In the hot seat match, Glass glided past Kenny Miller 5-3. Earlier in the A-bracket quarterfinals, Miller dispatched Sam Smith 4-2, Ted Banas clipped Davis Toothman 5-4, White out-pointed Carrie Halvorson 6-2, while Glass aced his match. The A-side semifinals featured Glass outplaying White 5-4, while Miller eclipsed Banas 4-4.

In the B-side bracket White stopped Toothman at fifth place by a 6-4 margin, while Banas eliminated Sam Smith at the same placement 5-2. In the one-loss side semifinals White toppled Banas, and White kept his hot hand in the B-side finals by ousting Miller in another hill match 6-3. The final match between Glass and White was nip and tuck until Glass won the first set on the hill 5-4 to take the title.

1st Tim Glass
2nd Rick White
3rd Kenny Miller
4th Ted Banas
5th Sam Smith
Davis Toothman
7th Carrie Halvorson
Chris Sheerin
9th Henry Nogiec
Gene Pasieka
Latrelle Smith
Ron Allen


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