Two players from Serbia – Sandor Tot and Zoran Svilar played in the final of Dynamic Best of the East – Bulgaria 10-Ball which took place on July, 26 – 27. The result was not surprising. Tot won 7:4. While the best players from Poland and Bulgaria were absent (they were taking part in Team World Champpionships in China) only Romanians could compete with Serbs. The best of them – Ioan Ladany in the semifinal was leading 3:0 with Tot, but eventually lost 4:7. Similar situation took place in the second semifinal where Radoslav Milkov from Bulgaria, after a good start, was finally defeated by Svilar. In a final we could watch a friendly match between two good colleagues. Svilar started well but Tot got the better than him very soon and won the match 7:4. 70 players from 10 countries (Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Cyprus, Belarus, Georgia and Slovakia) played in Bulgaria 10-Ball.

The third in this year tournament of Dynamic Best of the East was played in clubs from Burgas – ‘Hot Shot’, ‘Mall’ and ‘Target’. Amongst the favourites were Sandor Tot and Zoran Svilar from Serbia, Ioan Ladany and Cristea Surdea from Romania, Dajan Sipkovsky Macedonia and Melkonyan Babken from Armenia. The oppening ceremony took place in ‘Target’ Club and was lead by Marcin Krzeminski – the president of Mak Marketing and cycle director and Ivan Kamenarski – the president of Bulgarian Billiard Federation. The guest of the tournament were Dariusz Kobacki – vice-president of Polish Billiard Association, Adrian Tabacaru – the president of ATD Dynamic from Romaniaand the participants of International Billiard Academy organized by East European Billiard Counciland Mak Marketing.

There were a lot of emotions in a group stage but the favorites to win were out of reach of the rest of players. A nice surprise made Kinga Pietrzak – junior from Poland, who won two matches in a group and got to the next stage. She got the special medal for the best playing woman. The same kind of medal got Anton Zlatev from Bulgaria for the best junior player. Anton finished the tournament at 5th place. The third special medal went to the team from Georgia for the great presentation of themself. 32 players from 16 groups got to the play-off competition. Here are the results: Ladany – Gelev 7:1, Kostov – Pietrzak 7:5, Avakin – Tsereteli 7:6, Hubavensky – Sharvashidze 7:1, Tot – Surdea 7:2, Dimitrov – Toader7:1, Ungureanu – Zlatev 3:7, Melkonyan – Dungarov 6:7, Stojanov – Zajkovski 7:1, Marinov – Vukajlovic 6:7, Lefteris – Popescu 7:2, Svilar – Almasia 7:2, Spasov – Papradanov 7:1, Smardakovic – Glisovic 1:7, Milkov – Apryan 7:3, Gladilnikov – Tasic 1:7.

Only one of quarterfinals was exciting. Milinko Vukajlovic was close to defeat triple silver medalist of European Championships – Zoran Svilar but eventualy Milinko lost with compatriot from Serbia. In the other matches of ¼ won the favourites. N. Hubavenski-I. Ladany 1:7 , S. Tot - A. Zlatev 7:5, Z. Svilar - M. Vukajlovic 7:6, S. Spasov - R. Milinkov 3:7.

We have to approve the owners of the clubs as they exchanged the table cloth and did their best to provide the best conditions for all players. Big thanks for all referees promoting SAY NO!!! To Doping program: Rosita Apostolova, Maria Zlateva, Vladimir Popov and Bulgarian Billiard Federtion. The sponsors of the tournament in Burgas were: Dynamic Billiard Organization from Germany, Iwan Simonis and Aramith from Belgium and Mak Marketing.

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Final match in the 'Hot Shot' Club
The referee - Maria Zlateva
The winner and the organizing team
The medalists

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