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!
Ernesto Bayaua went undefeated to capture the 39-player, open 8-ball division, while Sonny Bosshamer ran through a 47-player field, to secure the amateur 8-ball division, at the first stop on the 2018 Poison Lone Star Billiards Tour. Bayaua overwhelmed Continue Reading
Former pro player, C.J. Wiley, captured the inaugural, Poison Lone Star Billiard Tour Dallas 9-Ball Open, overwhelming California’s Tim Larson in the final sets, 6-1, 6-1. Wiley, a former world-ranked, pro player faced off with hot-seat winner Larson, a Continue Reading
Justin Pena of Kyle, Texas, took down the Poison Lone Star Billiard Tour’s amateur 9-ball division, winning his first-ever, amateur title, while Manny Chau secured his fourth, open 9-ball division win this year. Pena went undefeated, overcoming Austin’s Floyd Continue Reading
Steve Lenz of Orange, Texas, went undefeated to capture the 45-player, amateur 9-ball division, while Chase Rudder ran through an elite, 42-player field, securing the open 9-ball division, at the ninth stop on the 2017 Poison Lone Star Billiards Continue Reading
Will Felder took down the Poison Lone Star Billiard Tour’s amateur 9-ball division, winning his first amateur title since 2013, while Manny Chau secured his third open division win this year. Felder faced off with Brian Rosenbaum, losing the Continue Reading