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Corey Deuel (born November 20, 1977 in Santa Barbara, California) is an American professional pocket billiards (pool) player from West Jefferson, Ohio. Nicknamed “Cash Money”, he is an accomplished tournament competitor, having won the US Open Nine-ball Championship in 2001, as well as many other major titles. As of January 2008, Deuel is the second highest ranked pool player in the US by the United States Professional Poolplayers Association. He regularly represents the USA in the Mosconi Cup. In 2010 he again was selected for the US team in the Mosconi Cup and was responsible for winning 2 of the 8 points that the US team won during that event.
In 2013 he made a successful crossover to snooker by capturing the United States National Snooker Championship title in Houston, Texas and would go on to represent the United States in the 2013 IBSF World Snooker Championship.
Professional Snooker Career
In 2013 Deuel decided to make crossover to snooker. He entered in the United States National Snooker Championship and would go on to win the event.  His victory meant he automatically qualified as the United States entrant for the 2013 IBSF World Snooker Championship where he was eliminated in the round-robin stage after finishing 5th in his group.
In May 2014 Deuel entered into the World Snooker Q School qualification tournament in an attempt to win himself a 2-year tour card to play on the professional World Snooker Tour. However was defeated in the second round by former world number 70 Daniel Wells in the first event and lost 4–2 to Martin Ball in the second event.
Deuel later competed in the 2015 Xuzhou Open in China, but was eliminated in the first round after losing 4-2 to world number 81 Zhou Yuelong.
Deuel re-entered the World Snooker Q School qualification tournament in May 2015. Despite at one stage leading 3–1 and only needed one more frame to advance Deuel lost 4–3 Jamie Barrett in the second round of the first event.
2007 Pool & Billiard Magazine Fans’ Top 20 Favorite Players, #9
2007 Space Coast Open winner
2007 Bob Martin Memorial winner
2007 Jacksonville Open winner
2006 Mosconi Cup, winning team member
2006 Relay for Life Nine-Ball Invitational Charity Benefit winner
2005 UPA Pro Tour Champion
2005 Fast Eddie’s Nine-ball Tour Stop, Open Division winner
2004 Derby City Classic Ring Game winner
2004 Predator Central Florida Ring Game winner
2004 ESPN Sudden Death Seven-ball winner
2004 Seminole Florida Pro Tour Stop winner
2002 IBC Tour Stop 1 winner (Shirahima, Japan)
2002 UPA Atlanta Pro Open winner
2001 US Open Nine-ball Championship
2001 Greater Columbus Open, Open Division winner
2001 Reno Open Nine-ball Champion
2001 BCA Open Nine-ball Champion, Men’s Division
2001 ESPN Sudden Death Seven-ball winner
2001 All-Japan Nine-ball Champion, Open Division
2000 Northern Lights Nine-ball Shootout
2000 Viking Nine-ball Tour, Stop 18 winner
1999 Camel/ESPN/Time Warner Cable Open