Founded in 2009 by Professional Pool Player, Kim Newsome, the Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour is a Texas-based pool tour which produces, promotes, and directs pool tournaments for pool players across Texas. Tour events are open to all pool players, any age, any skill level, and membership is always free!
Joey Bourgeois, Jr., of Baytown, Texas, ran through the 64-player, amateur 9-ball division, in the Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour, Texas Open Warm-Up 9-Ball Event, defeating Austin newcomer Jude Rosenstock in the final set, 5-1. This marked Bourgeois’ second, Continue Reading
Joey Bourgeois, Jr., of Baytown, Texas, tore through a field of 75 amateur division players, while Houston’s Ernesto Bayaua blazed through the 64-player, open division, in the epic Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour 10th Anniversary Event, held on July Continue Reading
Michael Pickering tore through a field of 41, Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour, amateur 8-ball division competitors, edging out Shane Hvamstad in the second set of the true, double elimination final, 3-1. Pickering lost the first set, 3-1, but Continue Reading
Houston’s Ernesto Bayaua went undefeated in the 42-player, Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour open 9-ball division, ousting Jonathan Poon in the final set, 7-1, marking Bayaua’s third Tour victory of 2018. Recent Tour headliner, Chad Reece of Lufkin, Texas, Continue Reading
Houston’s own Manny Chau annihilated a field of 46 competitors at Fat Racks Sports Bar and Billiards in San Antonio, Texas, to claim the second annual, Poison Lone Star Tour, San Antonio 9-Ball Open. In the finals, a formidable Continue Reading