German Amateur Championship (snooker)

The German Amateur Championship is an annual snooker competition played in the Germany and is the highest ranking amateur event in Germany.

German Amateur Championship
Tournament information
CountryGermany
Established1997; 23 years ago (1997)
Organisation(s)German Billiard Union
FormatAmateur event
Recent edition2018
Current champion(s)Germany Michael Schnabel

The competition was established in 1997. Lasse Münstermann and Patrick Einsle are the most successful champions in the tournaments history having both won the competition 3 times. Since 2005 the tournament has been held in Bad Wildungen. The championship is currently held by Richard Wienold.

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Runner-up Final score City
Amateur event
1995   Sascha Diemer   Michael Heeger 4-0 Hanover
1996 Unknown
1997   Thomas Hein   Marcus West 4-3 Unknown
1998   Marcus West   Thomas Hein 4-0 Duisburg
1999   Mike Henson   Sascha Diemer 5-0 Unknown
2000   Mike Henson   Kurt Stock 4–1 Unknown
2001   Sascha Diemer   Lasse Münstermann 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2002   Mike Henson   Sascha Lippe 4–3 Unknown
2003   Lasse Münstermann   Kurt Stock 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2004   Lasse Münstermann   Sascha Lippe 4–0 Bad Wildungen
2005[1]     Itaro Santos   Lasse Münstermann 4–0 Bad Wildungen
2006   Lasse Münstermann     Itaro Santos 4–3 Unknown
2007   Sascha Lippe   Michael Heeger 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2008[2]     Itaro Santos   Christian Gabriel 4–0 Bad Wildungen
2009[3]   Patrick Einsle     Itaro Santos 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2010   Stefan Kasper   Sascha Lippe 4–1 Bad Wildungen
2011[4]   Patrick Einsle   Stefan Kasper 4–3 Bad Wildungen
2012[5]   Patrick Einsle   Roman Dietzel 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2013[6]   Lukas Kleckers   Roman Dietzel 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2014[7]   Roman Dietzel   Sascha Breuer 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2015[8]   Sascha Lippe   Patrick Einsle 4–3 Bad Wildungen
2016   Simon Lichtenberg   Roman Dietzel 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2017   Richard Wienold   Roman Dietzel 4–2 Bad Wildungen
2018   Michael Schnabel   Daniel Sciborski 4–1 Bad Wildungen

StatsEdit

FinalistsEdit

Rank Name Nationality Winner Runner-up Finals
1 Lasse Münstermann   Germany 3 2 5
2 Patrick Einsle   Germany 3 1 4
3 Sascha Lippe   Germany 2 3 4
4 Itaro Santos   Germany /   Brazil 2 2 4
5 Marcus West   Germany 2 1 3
6 Mike Henson   Germany 2 0 2
7 Roman Dietzel   Germany 1 3 4
8 Thomas Hein   Germany 1 1 2
8 Stefan Kasper   Germany 1 1 2
10 Sascha Diemer   Germany 1 0 1
10 Lukas Kleckers   Germany 1 0 1
10 Simon Lichtenberg   Germany 1 0 1
12 Kurt Stock   Germany 0 3 3
13 Michael Heeger   Germany 0 1 1
13 Christian Gabriel   Germany 0 1 1
13 Sascha Breuer   Germany 0 1 1

ReferencesEdit

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