Chinese Taipei's Pin-Yi Ko wins All Japan Championship for the second time; Akimi Kajitani takes Women's title
Skip Maloney - AzB Staff
Dec. 10, 2013
Two years ago, Chinese Taipei's Pin-Yi Ko was on a bit of a roll. It was his best (recorded) year, financially. He won the Guinness World Series of Pool in July that year, defeating Shane Van Boening in the finals. He went on in November to chalk up his first All Japan Championship, downing C...
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