Carlo Biado Triumphs as Predator WPA Men’s World 10-Ball Champion in Vegas Showcase

Carlo Biado emerged as the newly crowned Predator WPA Men’s World 10-Ball Champion after defeating Japan’s Naoyuki Oi in an exhilarating final, clinching victory with a 3-1 set score. The Filipino player, nicknamed the ‘black tiger,’ capped off a triumphant week in Vegas, securing the runner-up position in the Las Vegas Open by Rums of Puerto Rico and claiming the gold medal in the World 10-Ball event, along with the coveted $75,000 top prize.

Overwhelmed with joy, Biado expressed his gratitude, stating, “I’m overwhelmed, I’m very, very happy to finally get the World 10-Ball championship. I want to thank God for this wonderful victory.”

Fedor Gorst and Denis Grabe secured the bronze medals, with Gorst losing to Biado in the semi-finals and Grabe falling to Oi. The dominance of Asian players continued in the Vegas tournaments, with all winners hailing from the continent. Chinese Taipei and the Philippines led with three victories each, solidifying their supremacy in the global pool world.

The winners in various categories included Chieh Yu-Chou in the PBS Women Showdown, Chieh-Yu Chou & Jung-Lin Chang in the Apex Mixed Doubles, Lee Vann Corteza in the Las Vegas Men’s Open by Rums of Puerto Rico, and Chezka Centeno in the Las Vegas Women’s Open by Rums of Puerto Rico.

The 2024 Predator Pro Billiard Series commenced with great excitement at the CSI Expo Las Vegas, featuring ten days of thrilling competition across five professional tournaments and boasting a prize fund exceeding $500,000. Stay tuned for details on upcoming events, to be announced soon on PBS social media channels.

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