Professional Cuesports Association

CJ Wiley


1996 - 1999

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The Professional Cuesports Association was formed in 1996 by CJ Wiley and Earl Strickland. This organization was formed in protest of the PBT, the organization that failed to pay the players for the last four events of the 1996 tour season. 

  The PCA had the bad luck to offer a $1,000,000 bonus to any player who could run 10 racks of 9-ball, a feat that was accomplished at their veru frist event, held at Champs Billiards in Dallas, Texas (room owned by CJ Wiley). When the insurance company refused to pay the prize the resulting dispute distracted the owners form the tour itself and the PCA eventually just stopped holding events in 1999.