Midwest 8-Ball Championships

ACS Signs With Riverside Casino & Resort for

$10,000 Added Midwest 8-Ball Championships through 2012


ACS will again be producing the popular $10,000 Added ACS Midwest 8-Ball Championships at the Riverside Casino & Resort in Riverside, Iowa, for the next two years:

–          January 20-23, 2011

–          January19-22, 2012

Featuring singles 8-ball, 9-ball, scotch doubles, 4-person team and 2nd-chance divisions, the Championships are open to any amateur player who has played a minimum of four matches over a minimum of four weeks in one session of any ACS or CCS [Canada]-sanctioned pool league during the league year of the Championships. Complete details, entry forms and flyers will be available from the ACS website a www.americancuesports.org in fall, 2010. Hotel reservations may be made at 319-648-1234 or 1-877-677-3456 (mention “ACS 8-Ball Championships” for lower rate).

Any pool league may sanction or dual-sanction with the ACS simply by paying a $10/player sanction fee.  Details and sanction forms are available online or by calling 1-888-662-1705 toll-free.

ACS league members are qualified to compete in twelve (12) ACS state championships within their respective states, four (4) CCS Canadian regional and national championships(see www.cdnqsport.com) and the annual ACS National Championships conducted annually in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The ACS also offers both certified referee and instructor programs, and the highest-placing ACS member wins a free entry into the ACS Nationals at each Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour stop – open to any amateur player.  Event schedules for the Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour are also available on the ACS website.

The ACS is a non-profit, national organization dedicated to heightening the interest and awareness of cue sports through the support and sanctioning of organized competition throughout the United States and North America.

Further news on ACS activity is available at www.americancuesports.org

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ACS Entry Forms

ACS Announces $10,000 Added Midwest 8-Ball Championships at Riverside Casino

Download Tournament Information:

Singles Entry Form & Details
Team Entry Form & Details
Tournament Flyer 11×17
Tournament Flyer 8.5×14

The fourth annual“ACS Midwest 8-Ball Championships” has a new home and an increased added-money purse! To be conducted at the Riverside Resort & Casino, January 21-24, 2010, near Iowa City, IA, the American CueSports Alliance (ACS) event will feature singles 8-ball, 9-ball, scotch doubles, 4-person team and 2nd-chance divisions, and is opened this year – and this year only! – to any players who have played a minimum of four matches over a minimum of four weeks in one session of any pool league sanctioned by a credible National or State pool association since 6/1/09. Non-ACS league members pay an extra $25 ($10 if team) for entry into any division. Complete details, entry forms and flyers are attached or may be downloaded from the ACS website atwww.americancuesports.org.

Any pool league can sanction or dual-sanction with the ACS simply by paying a $10/player sanction fee. Leagues that choose to sanction with ACS receive an extra perk this year of receiving a FREE J. Pechauer Custom Cue!

ACS league members are qualified to compete in twelve (12) ACS state championships within their respective states, four (4) CCS Canadian regional and national championships (see www.cdnqsport.com) and the 2010 ACS National Championships to be conducted June 6-12 at the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. 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 Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour stop – open to any amateur player. Event schedules for the Lucasi Hybrid All American Tour are also available on theACS website.

The ACS is a non-profit, national organization dedicated to heightening the interest and awareness of cue sports through the support and sanctioning of organized competition throughout the United States.