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Almario rules KoS billiards

  • Written by Ed Andaya
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ARISTOTLE  Almario crowned himself as the champion in the King  of   Sports executive  10-ball billiards tournament at the KoS  Restobar located  at  the G/F  Pacific  Century  Tower, Barangay  South Triangle,  in  Quezon Ave., Quezon City last Nov. 18-20.

Almario defeated Paul Padron,  9-4,  in the final  to bring home the top  prize of  P10,000.
   
Padron  settled  for  runner-up honors and  P5,000
   
KoS 10-ball  winner-take-all champion Edwin Collado outsteadied  Eliseo Amaro with a score of  7-6  for third place.
   
Collado  earned  P3,000, while  Amaro  received P2,000.
   
Last Nov. 16, Collado emerged as  champion in  the KoS 1-ball event after edging close friend  Padron, 7-6, in  their winner-take-all  final.
   
Collado, the  pride  of Caloocan City, pocketed  the top prize of  P10,000.
   
“I  have  been joining billiards  tournament  before,  but  this is the  first  time  that I  won a  title,” said  Collado, who started to play the sport  at a very young age but  stopped  briefly when  he  started to raise a family.
   
“Actually, my friends have been  encouraging  me  to continue playing billiards. I am also very happy that I went up against my friend (Padron) in  the final,” added  Collado, who vowed to  continue his  campaign in billiards tournaments in King of Sports.       
   
Billiards  ompetition  resumes at KoS with the 9-ball, winner-take-all tournament on Nov. 23  and  the 10-ball  winner-take-all tournament on Nov. 30.    
   
At  stake  are cash  prizes with 9-ball  and 10-ball winner-take-all winners   bringing  home  P10,000.              
   
Tournament proper starts at   7 p.m.
   
Aside from  the  billiards competitions,   KoS  offers  nightly live performances  from  select  singers.
   
Also offering  the  same live entertainment from  top-notch  performers nightly is  Dehadista  Sports  Bar in Cubao, Quezon City.
   
For inquiries  about  KoS, call/text OIC  Ely  at mobile  0915-4850500 and  0922-9460137.