Tag Archive: Under 23

Team competition dominated day nine of the Dynamic Billard European Pool Championships

The team competition always creates a certain atmosphere at the European Championships. The same goes for this year at the Dynamic Billard European Pool Championships 2018. When team competition is on, the spectators and players are cheering much more for their fellow countrymen and -women. Over the past few days, the team competition already took …

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Filler wins his second title this week

At the Dynamic Billard European Championships for U23 at the Golden Tulip Jagershorst Hotel in Leende, The Netherlands, Joshua Filler (GER) won the final match over Pijus Labutis (LIT) with 9:7. The final match between Filler and Labutis did not start as expected. Though being the clear underdog in the match, Labutis had the better …

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Favorites through to quarter-finals in 9-ball

At the Dynamic Billard European Championships for U23 at the Golden Tulip Jagershorst Hotel in Leende, The Netherlands, the 9-ball individuals have started. The tournament holds 26 players from 14 nations. The event was played down to the winner’s qualification round today with 4 of the „usual suspects“ reaching a spot in the quarter-finals already. …

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Filler Europe’s first 8-Ball Champion U23

With an impressive 8:2 victory over Samuel Santos (POR), Joshua Filler (GER) just won the 8-ball title at the inaugural Dynamic Billard European Championships for U23 at the Golden Tulip Jagershorst Hotel in Leende, The Netherlands. The final match was played between Joshua Filler (GER) and Samuel Santos (POR). Filler was definite the player who …

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Tangudd in 8-ball quarterfinal

Daniel Tangudd (SWE) had reached the quarterfinal in the 8-ball competition at the Dynamic Billard European Championships for U23 at the Golden Tulip Jagershorst Hotel in Leende, The Netherlands. He defeated Roberto Bartol (CRO) 8:5. The match started furiously for Tangudd. He was 5:1 up after 6 racks and it looked like Bartol was easy …

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