ACS Announces 2006 Midwest 8-Ball Championships

The American CueSports Alliance (ACS) is proud to announce production of the $5,000-added “2006 ACS Midwest 8-Ball Championships” in Hubertus, Wisconsin (near Milwaukee), at the Richfield Chalet, December 7-10. The event will feature singles and 3-person team divisions for ACS and CCS-sanctioned league players with four weeks of play since June 1, 2006.

Any pool league can sanction or dual-sanction with the ACS simply by paying a $10/player sanction fee. Entry forms and flyers are available through the ACS website at after September 8, 2006. ACS league members are qualified to compete in ten (10) ACS state championships within their respective states, five (5) CCS Canadian regional and national championships and the 2007 ACS National 8-Ball and 9-Ball Championships which have added two days to combine both events at the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 7-16. The ACS also offers both certified referee and instructor/coach programs, and the highest-placing ACS member wins a free entry into the ACS Nationals at each McDermott All American Tour stop – open to any amateur player. ACS presents the 2006/2007 installment of the McDermott All American Tour in October, 2006.