Fast Breaks in Orlando, FL was the latest venue to host the KF Cue Tour 2/27/10.
Saturday would see 62 Amateur players show up for a piece of the $2680 pot. Louis Altes would prove why he is considered a high level Amateur player by going through the 62 man field undefeated to take his first KF Title. Altese had to play good as he had to play the best players on tour in every round with wins over Jason Richko 7-4, Wesley white 7-6, Mike Delawder 7-6, Dan Lettau 7-5, Jerry Troy 7-5 to put him in the winner side final to play Travis Moore who had made his way to the finals with wins over Lincoln Seiffert 7-6, Tony O Donnell 7-6, Jesse Bradley 7-5, Brian McBride 7-3 and then Glen Olson 7-4 to put him up against Altese for the hotseat. Altese would manage to squeak this one out to capture the Hotseat with a 7-6 win.
While all this was going on Dustin Morris from Minnesota was a man on a mission after taking a 2nd round loss to Brian McBride 7-2 Morris would plough his way through the one loss side with wins over Josh Lewis 5-1, Dan Dennis 5-1, Mike Delawder 5-4, Joe Scarborough 5-0, Carlos Torres 5-0, Richard Murray 5-2, Jerry Troy 5-3, Glen Olson 6-5 and a win over Travis Moore to put him in the final to play Louis Altese.
With both players playing great pool on the weekend the final would be no different. The final would be a single race to 8 and would go all the way to the last rack with Louis Altese coming out an 8-7 winner to take his first KF win and leave Morris in 2nd in his first event.
1st, Louis Altese $600
2nd, Dustin Morris $400
3rd, Travis Moore $350
4th, Glen Olson $250
5th-6th Dan Lettau, Jerry Troy $150
7th-8th Jesse Bradley, Richard Murray $110
9th-12th Jim Sandaler, Bill Stoll, Carlos Torres, Brian McBride $80
13th-16th Wesley White, Ted Lepak, Chip Dickerson, Joe Scarborough $60