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The World Eight-ball Pool Federation is an international pool governing body overseeing international tournaments and rankings (sometimes called, as evidenced by the organisation name, eight-ball, which is ambiguous, as that term more globally applies to the related American-style game). As such, the WEPF competes for authority and membership with the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA), which produces its own differing blackball rules and tournaments.

The current mens champion is England's Phil Harrison who beat fellow countryman and former champion Mick Hill 11-7 in the Final. In the ladies event, Sue Thompson of Scotland defeated Northern Ireland's Emma Cunningham 8-6. The tournaments were held at the Imperial Hotel in Blackpool, UK from 28 June to 9 July 2009.

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