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Predator 10-Ball: On to Single-Elimination
May 16, 2008, 10:05 PM

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - After two rounds of play on the left side at the Predator International 10-Ball Championship, and the final 16 players are set. Now, the tournament will be single-elimination, with two rounds on Friday evening and the semifinal and final matches on Saturday.

Four Americans - Robb Saez, Gabe Owen, Jeremy Jones and Shane Van Boening - moved into the 16-player bracket from the one-loss side. Van Boening, who lost early to Ernesto Dominguez, looked impressive on the TV table, posting a 10-5 win over Jose Parica.

Alex Pagulayan, winner of last weekend's World Pool Masters, is still alive, beating Brit Karl Boyes and Dan Louie.

The remaining players will be drawn into the single-elimination bracket, with each of the eight undefeated players seeded by game winning percentage.

Live scoring and full results are available at www.predator10ball.com.