The 5th Annual Yalin Women's World 10-Ball Championship in Manila

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Manila --  Dragon Promotions is pleased to announce the fifth installment of the greatest women's tournament in the world, the 2013 Yalin Women's World 10-Ball Championship! 

 

This year's edition will take place October 28 - November 4, 2013 at the luxurious Resorts World Manila, an upscale hotel and casino adding onto the dynamic atmosphere of the coveted championship. Final Stage 1 Qualifiers will be held at Star Billiards Manila on October 28-29 and the pre-event press conference on October 30th.

An elite 48 world class lady pros, the best of the best from 20 countries, will attend the event to decide who is the World Champion. This year's event is again title sponsored by Yalin Tables, one of the premier billiard table manufacturers of the world. 

The Yalin World Championships will be live streamed on www.insidepool.tv and sponsored by www.JBET.com, Official Table YALIN, Official Cue OB Cues, Official Balls by Aramith, Official Cloth Championship, Official Chalk Master by Tweeten Fibre, Official Magazine Pool & Billiard Magazine, Star Paper Corporation, www.SabongKing.com, and www.BaseGameph.com.

The Women's World Championship is produced by Dragon Promotions and filmed by ABS-CBN Sports airing on BALLS, Studio 23, and a dozen other networks in countries worldwide. With massive media and global networks covering the Yalin Women's World 10-Ball Championship, it will continue as still the biggest and most watched women's billiard event in the world.

Players from around the world will join the event. The reigning World Champion Ga Young Kim of South Korea will be defending her title against all comers. The comers will be hailing from countries such as Russia, Iran, China, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Korea, Belgium, Australia, Taiwan, France, the Philippines, Singapore, Poland, the United States and many more. 

"10-Ball is the hardest and most skillful game for pool. Winning the Yalin World Championship is definitely in favor of the better professional players", said Allison Fisher, 6x US Open 9-Ball Champion. The legendary Fisher is yet to win her first World 10-Ball title.