The Lone Star Billiards Tour has considered Bogies Billiards & Games its flagship venue since late 2008. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, LSBT will no longer host any events at Bogies Billiards & Games in Houston, Texas.

The absence of air conditioning, an ongoing issue, made it difficult for everyone to endure this past weekend’s event.  LSBT extends a personal “thank you” to all 101 players and numerous spectators who attended the event, suffering through those conditions.  Even though some chose not to stay, and some even forfeited their matches, it was completely within reason. These circumstances were unbeknownst to the tour, however, LSBT is compelled to offer its sincerest apology and assurance that this will never happen again.

Lingering difficulties with Bogies’ owners Jerry and Georgia Williams aside, conditions players were forced to compete in this past weekend were unacceptable and was the deciding factor that led to their LSBT Venue termination.

The Lone Star Billiards Tour wants to thank Jerry Williams for all of his support over the past few years and wishes him and his staff the very best in all of their future endeavors.

LSBT appreciates the players’ patience and understanding  during the event. The two open dates will be filled in a timely manner. Please visit for the most up to date information.

-Tour Press Release



(Photo: Tommy Tokoph, Kyu Yi, Ming Ng, Derek Fontenot)

It was a 2010 record turnout for the Lone Star Tour this past weekend at Bogies Billiards where 83 Open players, 13 One Pocket players, and 16 ladies gathered to play for over 10k in cash. Players from all over the globe converged on Houston and included Louisiana’s Derek Fontenot, New Mexico’s own Tommy Tokoph, Canada’s P.J. Masicotte and Kevin Murphy, Arizona’s Evan Beeson, and Texas shooters David Gutierrez, James Davis, Jr., and Charlie Bryant.

Open 9-Ball matches ended on Saturday night and brought back the final 24 on Sunday.  All day, Tommy Tokoph and Derek Fontenot fought their way to the hot seat, and the one loss side final four saw newcomer Francisco Taylor, blast from the past, Gerald “Top Water” Jackson, James Davis Jr. and Jason Bacon. Fontenot secured his position over Tokoph  9-7 while on the west side, Jackson made quick work of Billy Sharp 7-2 and Bacon 7-6 and won a rematch with Tokoph who sent him west earlier 9-2. Tokoph topped Jackson again for a rematch with Fontenot. Tokoph played his heart out but Fontenot swiftly closed the set out 9-4 for his first well deserved tour title.

Open One Pocket players also retired Saturday afternoon and resumed play Sunday. It was David Gutierrez over James Davis Jr. for the hot seat while on the west side, Charlie Bryant bested Dave Favor, James Christopher, David Parker, and then Davis for a shot at Gutierrez.  Bryant came on strong the first set 3-0 but Gutierrez answered back the second set 2-0 and claimed first.

The ladies Open 9-Ball event fired up on Sunday with 16 women and included tour players Ming Ng, Deanna Kniola, Rebecca Archangeli, and Angela Martinez  just to name a few. It was Ng over Kniola 7-5 for the hot seat, and on the west side, Kyu Yi bested Terry Petrosino then Kniola for a rematch with Ng who sent her west earlier that day.  Both ladies were focused on the win, but Ng closed out the set 7-3 and captured her second consecutive tour title.

LSBT extends many thanks to our sponsors Poison Cues, Delta-13 Rack,, and James Barnett.  Because of you, POOL PAYS in the great state of Texas. God Bless everyone, and God Bless Texas.

We hope to see you at our next event July 24th-25th at Q Stix Billiards in Houston.

Payouts Not Including Auction

Open 9-Ball:

1st Derek Fontenot $800

2nd Tommy Tokoph $500

3rd Gerald Jackson $300

4th Jason Bacon $250

5th-6th Billy Sharp, Francisco Taylor $200

7th-8th Mike Alonzo, James Davis Jr. $275

9th-12th Thomas Madison, Ernesto Bayaua, Jessie Moore, Tony Mendietta $100

13th-16th Raymond Cardenas, Sonny Bosshamer, Rodney Stewart, Yoko Joe $70

17th-24th Dalton Riley, Brian Rosenbaum, Porter, Will Felder, Charlie Bryant, Brent     Thomas, Andy Jethwa, Jeff Fox $40

25th-32nd Blaine Barcus, Joe Long, Kevin Murphy, Thomas Juarez, David Mendiola, Jimbo Buller, James Christopher, P.J. Masicotte

One Pocket

1st David Gutierrez $700

2nd Charlie Bryant $400

3rd James Davis Jr. $200

Ladies 9-Ball

1st Ming Ng $260

2nd Kyu Yi $150

3rd Deanna Kniola $100

4th Terry Petrosino $65

5th-6th Courtney Peters, Angela Martinez

7th-8th Rebecca Riley, Loretta Lindgren

9th-12th Rose McRory, Robyn Petrosino, Belinda Lee, Laura Hsu

13th-16th Rebecca Archangeli, Ricky Casper, Teresa Garland, Tasha Salandanan