"Busti vs Chohan - A One Pocket Smash Up!"

"Busti vs Chohan - A One Pocket Smash Up!"

Two of the greatest action players of our generation face off for $15,000 each, playing a 3-day, race to 21 one-pocket challenge that is sure to leave you hanging by the edge of your chair!

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"Busti vs Chohan - A One Pocket Smash Up!"
  • PT 1 - Busti vs Chohan - "One Pocket Smash-Up!"

    This is an historic, One Pocket action match between the 2010, 9-Ball World Champion, Francisco Bustamante squaring off against Tony Chohan who, is considered one of the United States' most feared and highly skilled one pocket players the game has ever seen.

  • PT 2 - Busti vs Chohan - "One Pocket Smash-Up!"

    This is an historic, One Pocket action match between the 2010, 9-Ball World Champion, Francisco Bustamante squaring off against Tony Chohan who, is considered one of the United States' most feared and highly skilled one pocket players the game has ever seen.

  • Pt 3 - Busti vs Chohan - "One Pocket Smash Up!"

    This is a historic, One Pocket action match between 2010, 9-Ball World Champion, Francisco Bustamante squaring off against Tony Chohan who is considered one of the United States' most feared and highly skilled one pocket players the game has ever seen.

  • Pt 4 - Busti vs Chohan - "One-Pocket Smash-Up!"

    This is a historic, One Pocket action match between 2010, 9-Ball World Champion, Francisco Bustamante squaring off against Tony Chohan who is considered one of the United States' most feared and highly skilled one pocket players the game has ever seen.

  • PT 5 - Busti vs Chohan - "One Pocket Smash-Up!"

    Chohan pushes forward in a few up-table games against Bustamante; showing who's boss is no easy task against this 'Hall Of Famer' from the Philippines. Thanks to Jimmy Mataya, Joe Tucker and Robert LeBlanc for commentary!

  • PT 6 - Busti vs Chohan - "One Pocket Smash-Up!"

    Francisco Bustamante vs Tony Chohan playing 1 pocket / Race to 21 games for $25,000. A lot of people didn't think it would come this close yet here we are! Commentary with Daniel Busch, Robert LeBlanc, Allen Oliver and Max Eberle.