APA Ladies 8-Ball Championship
Rules For Participation
- Tournament slots are obtained from your Local League Operator.
- Teams entering this Event can only be female teams, with up to a maximum of 5 players allowed on the roster. Teams choose any 3 of the 5 team members to participate in each match. The total of the skill levels of the 3 players fielded in any team match cannot exceed 13.
- Players may only participate on one team.
- Players must be from the same League area.
- If players are participating on a Ladies Division roster, they must have at least ten (10) 8-Ball scores within the last year by the entry deadline of June 19, 2019.
- If players are not participating on a Ladies Division roster, they must have at least twenty (20) 8-Ball scores within the last two (2) years by the entry deadline of June 19, 2019.
- Players must have played at least four times in the Spring Session in the League area the team represents. Matches must be in the standard 8-Ball format or on a Ladies Division team.
- Players must be on an active (Summer Session) APA roster in any 8-Ball format.
- Maximum field is 256. (Size of board will be based on number of entries.)
- 100% payback of entry fees goes to the top 25% of the field. There will be no refunds to entrants who are disqualified for any reason, including no-shows.
- Matches are played according to an APA Ladies 8-Ball Championship Handicap Race Chart provided at the Event.
- Standard coaching rules apply.
- 3-Point Scoring System
- Player A wins with a shutout; they win 3-0.
- If Player A wins, but Player B wins a game, Player A gets 2-0.
- If Player A wins, but Player B makes it to the hill, the split is 2-1.
- Sudden Death is implemented 2 hours and 30 minutes into a Ladies match. The rack must be struck in the third individual match by the 2-hours-and-30-minutes mark, or all subsequent individual matches will begin with a rack worth two team points. If that two-point rack mathematically wins the team match, the team match will be over; if it does not win the team match, a second rack worth one team point will conclude that individual match. This procedure will continue in each subsequent individual match until a team mathematically wins or the overall match finishes in a tie: one two-point rack, followed by a one-point rack if necessary. Tie breakers will be decided by the team that won the most individual matches. NOTE: During Ladies Sudden Death, the individual match winner will be the player who wins the two-point rack.
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