T-Rex Wins International One Pocket Event; 9-Ball and 10-Ball Underway

Tony Chohan

Tony Chohan is the 2022 International Open One Pocket Champion.

Chohan navigated the double elimination stage of the brackets with wins over Lukas Fracasso-Verner and Omar Al-Shaheen, before dropping a 3-1 decision to Fedor Gorst. Chohan took that loss with grace and went to the left side of the board for a quick 3-2 win over Kashton Keeton to qualify for the final eight player single elimination bracket. 

From the time the final bracket got underway, Chohan focused in and took no prisoners. He defeated Roland Garcia 3-1 in his first match, and that would turn out to be the last time he lost a rack in this event. A 3-0 win over Josh Roberts was followed by another 3-0 win, this time over Skyler Woodward. Chohan put on a show for the fans in attendance and watching from home on the PPV, combining a stifling defense with creative shotmaking and ball moving.

Chohan commented to Mark Wilson after the match about how good it felt to get the monkey off of his back after failing to get by Roberto Gomez in the finals of this event last year.

While the main 128 player 9-Ball event kicks off on Monday, the 16 player Bigfoot 10-Ball event will be the focus for the online PPV coverage. Every match of the 10-ball event will be played on the feature table over the next three days, with a champion crowned on Wednesday.

Fans can watch not only the featured table with full commentary, but also any other table at the event with the Accu-Stats PPV coverage. They can also follow all of the action online with real-time scoring and online brackets all week long.

PPV Coverage
One Pocket Stage One Online Brackets
One Pocket Stage Two Online Brackets
Big Foot 10-Ball Brackets
9-Ball Brackets
Real Time Scoring

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