National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament Li Hewen wins Wang Peng and adds championship honor

On May 27th, Beijing time, the 2012 first “Xingpai Cup” National Chinese Billiards Ranking Tournament entered the final competition day at the Gaogu Billiards Club in Zhengzhou. In the men’s finals, Li Hewen defeated Wang Peng 11-6 and won the championship trophy of the first National Chinese Pool Ranking Tournament.

Li Hewen is one of the best players in China in Chinese billiards and fancy pool events. He has won the Fancy Doubles World Cup twice with Fu Jianbo, and once ranked first in the domestic fancy rankings. In the Chinese billiards project, Li Hewen also has an outstanding performance, and has won many championships in large competitions. Li Hewen’s opponent, Wang Peng, is also a master of Chinese billiards. The two are similar in age and play for the same time, so the match between the two is definitely a strong dialogue.

In the first game, Li Hewen took advantage of the opportunity Wang Peng left during the defense to score a point, 1-0. In the second game, both of them made deviations in the mid-bag attack. Li Hewen seized the opportunity to go on the next game, 2-0. In the third game, Wang Peng made two offensive errors in this game, but because his ball was significantly better than his opponent, he successfully turned the bag and scored the No. 8 ball to get back a point, 1-2. In the 4th game, Wang Peng took advantage of his opponent’s mistake to get back a point, 2 to 2. In the 5th game, Wang Peng made a mistake in jumping to hit the 8th ball, and Li Hewen cleared the table and scored a point, 3 to 2. In the 6th game, Li Hewen left a chance while defending, and Wang Peng once again equalized the score, 3 to 3. In the next two games, Li Hewen seized the opportunity to score two points in a row, 5 to 3.

In the 9th inning, Wang Peng directly rushed to clear the table, 4 to 5. In the 10th game, Li Hewen reciprocated his opponent and cleared the table with one shot, 6-4. In the 11th game, Li Hewen successfully used a drop to get the ball in his hand and cleared the table, 7-4. In the 12th game, Li Hewen left the ball and left a chance. Wang Peng successfully turned the bag and scored the 8th ball, 5-7. In the 13th game, Li Hewen’s handling of Tieku’s No. 5 ball was not ideal, but Wang Peng lost a simple ball and Li Hewen scored another point, 8 to 5. In the 14th inning, Li Hewen’s rushing ball did not fall into the pocket, but Wang Peng hit the last ball and formed a self-hanging. After defense, Li Hewen got the opportunity to clear the table successfully, 9 to 5. In the 15th game, Wang Peng’s No. 6 ball made a mistake in the bottom pocket attack, and Li Hewen’s mid-pocket attack also failed. Wang Peng scored a point, 6-9. In the 16th game, multiple attacks by both sides ended in a stop at the mouth of the pocket. In the end, Li Hewen accurately scored a ball on the long platform and completed the game, winning the match point 10-6. In the 17th game, after Wang Peng rushed the ball, the ball was scattered but no ball fell into the pocket. Li Hewen took over to complete the clearing, and finally won 11-6.

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