$88,000 8-ball Pool Tour – Live Online

This weekend see's the second installment of the new Oracle Super Tour. This WEPF World Rules 8-ball tour features some of the biggest names including Chris Melling, Darren Appleton, Keith Brewer, Carl Morris and reigning World 8-ball Champion Gareth Potts.

With £44,000 ($88,000) in prize money across the four events it has pulled everyone who used to be able to hold a cue out of the woodwork to do battle for the dough!

The unique handicapping system allowed Jack Whelan, an 18-year-old from Derby, to beat former World Champion Chris Melling in the final of the first event back in August. Jack will be looking to make it two-from-two in this weekend's encounter.

CueSport TV will be in attendance and this event will be live online, the company are looking to add live commentary and scoring to the broadcast on this occasion. Anyone can tune in from 10:30am on both days to watch all of the action from the TV table live. Simply login at http://www.cuesport.tv

Notes: WEPF is the World Eightball Pool Federation, set up to promote the UK version of 8-ball that is now also becoming popular in Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.