Cadre 47/2 European Championship 1974 - Cadre-47/2-Europameisterschaft 1974

35th Cadre 47/2 European Championship 1974
Tournament dates
Tournament type: European Championship
Tournament format: Round Robin
Organizer: CEB
Tournament details
Venue: Elda exhibition hall,
Elda Spain 1945Spain[1]
Opening: 25. April 1974
Final: 28. April 1974
Attendees: 8
Defending Champion: NetherlandsNetherlands Hans Vultink
Winner: GermanyGermany Günter Siebert
2. Finalist: NetherlandsNetherlands Hans Vultink
3rd place: OsterreichAustria Franz Stenzel
Prize money: Amateureuropameisterschaft
Records
Best GD: 082,61 BelgiumBelgium Ludo dielis
Best ED: 400,00 FranceFrance Francis Connesson
Maximum series (HS): 00 786 FranceFrance Francis Connesson
Venue on the map
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The 1974 Cadre 47/2 European Championship was the 35th tournament in this discipline of carom billiards and took place from April 25 to 28, 1974 in Elda in the Spanish province of Alicante . It was the seventh Cadre 47/2 European Championship in Spain.

story

The European Championship in Elda ended with a big surprise. Günter Siebert , who started as an outsider at this European Championship, surprisingly won the title. In this class field in the cadre, that was absolutely not to be expected. If you see the averages for places two to five, it still honors his performance. Before the seventh and last round of the game, four players were able to win the title. The decisive games were Siebert against the defending champion Hans Vultink and the local hero José Gálvez , who had no more chance for the title, against Ludo Dielis. Vultink had the best chances, for whom a draw would have been enough to win. Here Siebert showed his best game and won with 400: 189 in six shots. As a result, Dielis had to win against Gálvez. But Gálvez started very strong with 265 points in the first shot. After six shots his victory with 400: 317 was perfect and the man from Altenessen could celebrate his title.

Tournament mode

Up to 400 points were played here in the round robin system. It was played with a push. This meant that a draw was possible.

In the event of a tie in the MPs, the following order is taken:

  1. MP = Matchpunkte
  2. GD = Generaldurchschnitt
  3. HS = maximum series

Closing table

Legend
MP Match Points (winner = 2; tie = 1; loser = 0)
Pkte. Achieved collisions
Recording Required attempts
GD Generaldurchschnitt
BED Best individual average by a player
HS Maximum series
Best GD of the tournament
Best ED of the tournament
Best HS of the tournament
1st place (gold)
2nd place (silver)
3rd place (bronze)
Final table [2]
space Name MP Pkte. Recording GD BED HS
1 GermanyGermany Günter Siebert 10:4 2567 66 38,89 66,66 189
2 NetherlandsNetherlands Hans Vultink 9:5 2465 36 68,47 200,00 400
3 OsterreichAustria Franz Stenzel 9:5 2386 42 56,80 133,33 306
4 BelgiumBelgium Ludo dielis 8:6 2148 26 82,61 200,00 292
5 FranceFrance Francis Connesson 8:6 2220 31 71,61 400,00 786
6 Spain 1945Spain Jose Galvez 8:6 2168 57 38,35 80,00 288
7 Spain 1945Spain Miguel Espona 4:10 1445 47 30,74 36,36 156
8 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Hans Koevoets 0:14 737 71 10,38 - 58
Tournament average : 42.91

Individual evidence

  1. Otto Perée: German Billiard newspaper . No. 5 . Düren June 1974, p. 75–77.
  2. ^ Dieter Haase, Heinrich Weingartner : Encyclopedia of Billiards . 1st edition. tape 1 . Verlag Heinrich Weingartner, Vienna 2009, ISBN 978-3-200-01489-3 , p. 233.