The new season of the Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League has kicked off in the beloved Hill-Hill Pool Club in Tallinn, Estonia. Due to the uncommon situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic all over the world this event had less participants than usually as well. However, the matches were still tense and enjoyable to watch. The winners of this years inaugural event were in U16 Karl Gnadeberg (EST), Ivo Ulmanis (LAT) in oldboy’s division, Olga Mitrofanova (RUS) in women’s division and the men’s division was won by Rainer Laar (EST).

Important COVID related information

Dear Participants of the Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League stage 1 - Tallinn,
Hereby we give you some more information about the process of the tournament in terms of Covid rules. All players must have one of the below:
1. Official Covid vaccination pass, PCR test certificate not older than 24 hours, or certificate that the participant had Covid in the past 6 months;
2. Unused Covid instant/fast test. This means that in case the participant does not have any of the documents mentioned in point 1 the participant must make a Covid instant test in the presence of the organiser's representative before the participants matches begin. The participant must be present at the venue entrance no later than 30 minutes before the scheduled match. The instant/fast test is valid for 48 hours, so there is no need to take the test anymore during the event. In case the participant does not have his own unused Covid instant/fast test the participant may purchase one from the organisers for 10€.
Please note that the two above options are the only available possibilities for taking part in the event.
Please advise that this is a new and uncommon situation for the organisers as well and therefore there might be some problems throughout the tournament process. Hereby we are asking in advance for your understanding and calm mind in order to give us a chance to do our best to deal in the best possible way whenever any problem arises.

Mezz Cues Baltic Pool League is back

We are happy to announce the return of the professional pool league in Baltic countries. After almost a year-long break which was caused by a worldwide pandemic, the organizers decided to continue the league with a little bit different format. In 2021 only three stages will be played in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Due to a lack of time and a very busy calendar, the final stage will not take place in 2021. Hopefully, the league will continue it's five-stage format in 2022.