The World Cup of Pool breaks off as 32 two-man teams from around the world battle it out for the $60,000 top prize at the York Hall in London.
There are six matches per day, with three in the afternoon session and three in the evening and all first and second round matches are a race to eight racks and you’ll be able to watch the action
Teams include defending champions, Ko Pin Yi and Chang Yu Lung of Chinese Taipei, as well as former World Pool Champion Wu Jiaqing who shocked the pool world winning as a 16-year-old in 2005. He teams up Dang Jinhu to represent China.
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