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The WPA Asian Nine-ball Tour (also known as the Guinness Asian 9-Ball Tour or San Miguel Asian 9-Ball Tour for sponsorship reasons) is an annual series of nine-ball pool tournaments around East and Southeast Asia.The tour began in 2003, and is sanctioned by the World Pool-Billiard Association.. From 2003 to 2005, each leg had a field of 32 players and the total purse was US$50,000.

Yang Ching Shun Crowned Champion of San Miguel Asian 9-Ball Tour’s Hong Kong Leg The Son of Pool, Yang Ching Shun, was crowned the first Hong Kong leg champion o­n the San Miguel Asian 9-Ball Tour after an 11-9 defeat of Hsia Hui Kai in an all-Chinese Taipei final, taking home $10,000 USD.

San Miguel Asian 9-Ball Tour 2004 Stop 4. Taipei (Chinese Taipei) - May 7 - 9, 2004. BOYES. 1. Karl Nov. 4, 1982 Manchester, Great Britain. KO. 1. Pin-Yi May 31, 1989 Yi-Lan, Taiwan, Chinese Taipei. Let The Kids Play - 1st Junior Invitational 9-Ball Partners with International 9-Ball Open.

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Feb 07, 2017 · Pouncing o­n three straight bad breaks by Yang Ching-Shun, Reyes cruised to an 11-6 victory over the fifth seed from Chinese-Taipei o­n Sunday to lift the crown in the second leg of the San.