After an impressive first half of the season, Labbous continued his winning ways after defeating Division 1 ace Iggie Boicesco in the final round. After Phil Gilbert left early in the first round, Labbous moved into the final after Bill Cawsey ran under in round two.
Labbous grabbed the lead in the final with a .008 to .016 reaction time advantage over Boicesco. In the double breakout finish, Labbous took .001 at the stripe posting a 9.891 to Boicesco’s further under 9.884. Eight take one in the final may sound impressive but that’s what this guy does week in and week out.
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