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Bernadaz strikes again at KoS

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DARWIN Bernadaz is back-to-back champion in the King of Sports billiards tournament.

Bernadaz displayed nerves of steel to beat Michael Ogame, 9-6, and capture the title in the KoS executive 10-ball billiards competition at the KoS Restobar,  Pacific Century Tower,  Quezon Ave., Barangay South Triangle,  Quezon City.

Bernadaz pocketed the lion’s share of P10,000.
   
It was the second straight championship for Bernadaz, who also ruled the KoS 9-ball tournament last Sept. 24.
   
Ogame settled for runner-up honors and P5,000 in the three-day event.
   
Aris Almario wound up third and Eliseo Amaro came in fourth overall.
   
Billiards action  continues with a  9-ball tournament  starting at 7 p.m. today  (Oct. 5.).
   
The one-day tournament , which offers a total cash prize of P10,000 for an entry fee of P500, will have 16 players.
   
On Saturday,  Oct.  8,  the 10-ball winner-take-all tournament  takes place with 16 players vying for the top prize of  P10,000.
   
Entry fee is  P500 (Losers pay for the table).
   
Executives take the limelight  anew with the 9-ball executive tournament --   a three-day competition scheduled  Oct. 14-16 with a guaranteed cash prize of P20,000 for an entry fee  of P500.
   
The champion in the 32-player  event will receive P10,000.
   
The runner-up, the third and  fourth placers will receive P5,000, P3,000, P2,000, respectively.
   
Sixteen players will play double knockout  at 7 p.m.  on Oct. 14 and Oct. 15 with the Top 16  advancing to the single knockout competition   starting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 16.
   
On Oct. 21-23,  the 10- ball executive tournament gets underway starting at  7 p.m.  with 32 players battling for the top  prize of  P10,000.
   
The runner-up will  get P5,000, the third placer will bring home P3,000.and  the fourth placer P2,000.
   
Entry fee is 500.
   
Sixteen players will play double knockout  at 7 p.m.  on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22 with  the Top 16  advancing to the  single  knockout competition   starting   at 6 p.m. on Oct. 23.
   
Also in the calendar are another 9-ball, winner- take-all,  one-day tournament on Wednesday, Oct. 26 with a top prize of P10,000 and entry fee  of P500; and 10-ball.
   
Winner-take-all  tournament  with 16  players taking crack at the top prize  of  P10,000 on Saturday, Oct. 29.
   
For inquiries, call/text   0915-4850500  and 0922-9460137.