Bells of Victory ring true for Wallace

A bridesmaid gets his night in glory as he becomes the bride.  Gary Wallace, who has had numerous 2nd place finishes, finally hoisted his cue high as he achieves his first tournament win this last weekend.  He was able to defeat Michael Murphy, who made his debut at this tournament, 3-1.  Murphy was able to put the first frame on the board, but Wallace roared back to win three in row to achieve victory.  Gary has moved into first overall in the standings as well with the win.  Andy Kanalas completed the podium lineup by taking 3rd place over Song Chen, 2-1 in a black ball final frame.  In addition, we welcomed Ishwar Sarup to group and looking forward to seeing him out at future events.


Unfortunately referee Tyler Choutka wasn’t able to fulfill his duties this weekend, but Parshant Sanger stepped in to referee the finals.  Thanks Parshant for stepping in and doing a good job.


As well Mayur Jobanputra brought along some of his cameras and pieces of the event were streamed online for viewers to watch that were unable to come to the room.  Thanks Mayur for your hard work!!


Also big thank you to Jonathan Sun and all the great crew at Top 147 for making us feel at home and providing a great atmosphere for us to host these tournaments.


Have a great holidays everyone and we will see you in the new year at the BC Open.

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