2006 USSO Live Games

This page lists Division 1 games that were posted live during the 28-game preliminary, along with live coverage of the ESPN best-of-five final. Unless otherwise noted, all games were entered by Scott Smith and Steve Pellinen.

  1. Panupol Sujjayakorn vs. Jean Carol, Round 1
  2. Daniel Fogel vs. John O'Laughlin, Round 2
  3. Ben Withers vs. Panupol Sujjayakorn, Round 3
  4. Panupol Sujjayakorn vs. Robert Linn, Round 4
  5. Trip Payne vs. Panupol Sujjayakorn, Round 5
  6. Panupol Sujjayakorn vs. Joel Sherman, Round 6
  7. Panupol Sujjayakorn vs. Robert Ellickson, Round 7
  8. Lloyd Mills vs. Jim Kramer, Round 8
  9. Jim Kramer vs. Rod MacNeil, Round 9
  10. Jim Kramer vs. Robin Pollock Daniel, Round 10
  11. Joey Mallick vs. Jim Kramer, Round 11
  12. Marty Gabriel vs. Jean Carol, Round 12
  13. Marty Gabriel vs. Darrell Day, Round 13
  14. Joey Mallick vs. Marty Gabriel, Round 14
  15. Robin Pollock Daniel vs. Pakorn Nemitrmansuk, Round 15
  16. Darrell Day vs. Robin Pollock Daniel, Round 16
  17. Jim Kramer vs. Robin Pollock Daniel, Round 17
  18. Robin Pollock Daniel vs. Geoff Thevenot, Round 18
  19. Geoff Thevenot vs. Robert Ellickson, Round 19
  20. Stefan Rau vs. Geoff Thevenot, Round 20
  21. Geoff Thevenot vs. Jim Kramer, Round 21
  22. Brian Cappelletto vs. Geoff Thevenot, Round 22
  23. Stefan Rau vs. Geoff Thevenot, Round 23
  24. Geoff Thevenot vs. Robin Pollock Daniel, Round 24
  25. Geoff Thevenot vs. Jim Kramer, Round 25
  26. Jim Kramer vs. Marlon Hill, Round 26
  27. Jim Kramer vs. Albert Hahn, Round 27
  28. Geoff Thevenot vs. Mark Pistolese, Round 28
  29. Jim Kramer vs. Geoff Thevenot, Final Round 1
  30. Geoff Thevenot vs. Jim Kramer, Final Round 2
  31. Jim Kramer vs. Geoff Thevenot, Final Round 3

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