Monday, February 8, 2021 19:05 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, billiard news) Vietnamese players including Ngo Dinh Nai, Ma Minh Cam and Nguyen Huynh Phuong Linh all met interesting opponents in the opening match of the next PBA Tour 5th leg.
Stage 5 of the PBA Tour 2002/21 3-band carom tournament will take place from February 10-15 (ie from December 29 of the lunar calendar to the 5th of the Lunar New Year) in Korea.
Not only attractive with the championship worth more than 2 billion VND, stage 5 is also the decisive stage for the players to dispute the scores for the top 32 on the league table, thereby winning the spot for the final season the bonus value is many times higher.
Veteran player Tony Carlsen is one of Phuong Linh’s opponents in the opening match of the next PBA Tour 5th leg
Vietnam has 3 representatives to attend this stage including Ngo Dinh Nai, Ma Minh Cam and Nguyen Huynh Phuong Linh. According to the recently announced PBA stage 5 schedule, all three Vietnamese players will join the opening round of the 128th round on February 10.
In which, Ma Minh Cam and Ngo Dinh Nai will play together at 9:30 (VN time). Minh Cam will compete against three host players including Jung Jae Kwon, Lee Jae Guen and Lee Seung Jin.
Meanwhile, Dinh Nai will play against Choi Jae Dong, Lee Young Min and Ku Ja Bok. All 6 Korean representatives are not prominent names, so the chances of Minh Cam and Dinh Nai will be very high if the two Vietnamese representatives play at the right level.
Most notably is the match of Nguyen Huynh Phuong Linh at 14:30. Not only competing with two host players, Kim Ki Hyok and Woo Seung Jae, Phuong Linh will clash with veteran veteran Tonny Carlsen. The 55-year-old player is a monument to the Danish billiard village and the world.
Three Vietnamese players played through Tet in Korea
In rounds 128 and 64, the players will compete in the Survival format. 4 players compete in a match, divided into 2 halves, 45 minutes each. Each player has 50 points for starting capital. For each stroke scored, the player will be added 3 points, the rest of the players will be deducted 1 point.
In particular, each hit “Bankshot” (touch the ice before touching the ball) is correct, the opponent is added 6 points and the opponent is deducted 2 points. A player with 0 points at any point in the match will be officially disqualified and will be forced to leave the playing area after the turn ends.
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