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RnR In-House 9 Ball Handicap Series 2023 Details

Dec 30, 2022 Keith Walkerdine

Details for the 2023 series.

The Rack N Roll in-house 9 ball handicap series will return with seven events plus the grand finals in 2023.

This series of tournaments is only open to league player’s current and former, as well local players only (not an open event). Entry fee will be £20 each tournament (money added to grand finals from each entry fee). The dates for each event will be announced as we go.

Trophies for each event and our grand finals will be supplied by our sponsor, Williams Painters & Decorators. For all your decorating needs please get in touch with them. You can find them on this Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/WilliamsPD77

The handicap system will be used will be 0 to 5 system. Each player will be given a handicap of 0 to 5 in the race to 7 and will have to win a fixed amount of racks unless playing a player of the same handicap. The handicaps are subject to change between each tournament. Any changes will be announced after the tournament has finished to the players whose handicap may change.

The 5 handicap is mainly for players completely new to picking up a cue or barely played any cue sports. Most, if not all players would be at most 4 or if not below.

For the players on 0, if they were to either keep winning events or making the business end of each event. Then they may be moved down to -1 to reflect this.

Payouts and tournament dates further down the article.

 

There will be seven events and a grand finals day as well at the end of the year. The grand finals will be free for all those that qualify and will be limited to a set number as set out in the below information.  

·        The first 8 players if 16 players play at least 3 events, the first 12 players if 20 players play at least 3 events, 16 players if 24 or more players play at least 3 events on the rankings list after the final event will qualify. Players must have played at least three events to qualify for the grand finals.

·        In the event any player who qualifies is on the same ranking points, then this will be decided on their tournament average finish. If still level, then based on win percentage on games played. If still level after this, then the player with the best event finish with most players entered.

·        In the event any player who has qualified cannot make the grand finals date, then the player who they would have faced will get bye.

·        The grand finals will be seeded with players seeded 1 to 8 (12 or 16) based on the rankings after the last event.

·        Money will be added to grand finals from each events entry fee.

·        Full prize money amount will be confirmed after the final event.

·        All the series events will be double elimination up to the knockout stage.

·        A race to 7

·        Alternate break through out

·        A field of 17 to 32 will be double elimination to last 8

·        A field of 16 or less will be double elimination to last 4.

 

Below are the races for each handicap.

 

·        If you play a player of the same handicap (0 and 1 players only) it will be a scratch race to 7 (0 to 7) apart from players of the same handicap as below:

·        Two 5 players playing each other will start at 4 each in a race to 7

·        Two 4 players playing each other will start at 3 each in a race to 7

·        Two 3 players playing each other will start at 2 each in a race to 7

·        Two 2 players playing each other will start at 1 each in a race to 7

 

Now here are the races for each handicap against the other handicaps (these will be reviewed as we go and may be adjusted if needs be). 

0 players as below:

·        v 5 player, The game will start (0 v +5)

·        v 4 player, The game will start (0 v +4)

·        v 3 player, The game will start (0 v +3)

·        v 2 player, The game will start (0 v +2)

·        v 1 player, The game will start (0 v +1)

 

1 players as below:

·        v 5 player, The game will start (+1 v +5)

·        v 4 player, The game will start (+1 v +4)

·        v 3 player, The game will start (+1 v +3)

·        v 2 player, The game will start (+1 v +2)

 

2 players as below:

·        v 5 player, The game will start (+2 v +5)

·        v 4 player, The game will start (+2 v +4)

·        v 3 player, The game will start (+2 v +3)

 

3 players as below:

·        v 5 player, The game will start (+3 v +5)

·        v 4 player, The game will start (+3 v +4)

 

4 players as below:

·        v 5 player, The game will start (+4 v +5)

 

Dates:

Event 1: Sunday 15th January, Winner – Ashik Nathwani

Event 2: Sunday 12th February

Event 3: Sunday 5th March

Event 4: TBC

Event 5: TBC

Event 6: TBC

Event 7: TBC

Grand Finals: TBC

 

Payouts on the day, money added towards the grand finals and running cost as below:

£2 from each entry fee goes toward running costs, topping up prize fund etc.

At least £4 from every entry fee will go towards the grand-finals.

Payout’s on the day as below.

·        16 Players = £220. Winner £100, Runner up £50, Semi-final £25, 5th place £10 x2

·        17 Players = £240. Winner £100, Runner up £50, Semi-final £25, Quarter Final £10

·        18 Players = £250. Winner £100, Runner up £50, Semi-final £30, Quarter Final £10

·        19 Players = £265. Winner £110, Runner up £55, Semi-final £30, Quarter Final £10

·        20 Players = £280. Winner £110, Runner up £60, Semi-final £35, Quarter Final £10

·        21 Players = £295. Winner £120, Runner up £65, Semi-final £35, Quarter Final £10

·        22 Players = £305. Winner £125, Runner up £70, Semi-final £35, Quarter Final £10

·        23 Players = £320. Winner £130, Runner up £70, Semi-final £40, Quarter Final £10

·        24 Players = £340. Winner £130, Runner up £70, Semi-final £40, Quarter Final £15

·        25 Players = £350. Winner £140, Runner up £70, Semi-final £40, Quarter Final £15

·        26 Players = £365. Winner £145, Runner up £80, Semi-final £40, Quarter Final £15

·        27 Players = £380. Winner £150, Runner up £80, Semi-final £45, Quarter Final £15

·        28 Players = £390. Winner £155, Runner up £85, Semi-final £45, Quarter Final £15

·        29 Players = £405. Winner £160, Runner up £85, Semi-final £50, Quarter Final £15

·        30 Players = £420. Winner £175, Runner up £85, Semi-final £50, Quarter Final £15

·        31 Players = £440. Winner £175, Runner up £85, Semi-final £50, Quarter Final £20

·        32 Players = £450. Winner £180, Runner up £90, Semi-final £50, Quarter Final £20

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