OKBET EU OPEN DAY 3: HOHMANN RETURNS HOME
Hohmann lost and realized his errors. Losing does not imply giving up, and Hohmann will bounce back stronger and claim victory once more.
Hohmann realized that he was rooting against the outcome. After a while of fighting, Homann finally came across Skowerski, who was determined to stop the local player from gaining control of the situation.
The field was whittled down to the Last 64 live on the Matchroom Pool Facebook/YouTube and Matchroom, marking the halfway point of the first European Open Pool Championship in Fulda, Germany.
Joshua Filler’s confrontation with wife Pia, which took place on the biggest platform for the first time live on the Matchroom Pool Facebook page, became the buzz of the competition. Before Pia returned with her own rack to tie the score at 1-1, Joshua emerged as the winner of the initial rack. Even though a position in the Last 64 depended on the outcome of the match, the game was played out in excellent spirit as the two exchanged embraces before pausing. But Joshua managed to gain the upper hand, winning 9-1 in the process.
Pia was back in action in the Losers’ Qualification, where she nearly defeated Chris Melling 6-6 until Melling prevailed to secure his spot in the Last 64 and eliminate Pia. Aloysius Yapp, who finished second in the US Open, fell to Tyler Styer after Styer took the early lead before Yapp brought it back to 7-7. Mika Immonen was forced to quit after losing to Dimitri Jungo 9-3, and Skyler Woodward struggled in a 9-4 setback to Bader Alawadhi. Jayson Shaw, who came out on top in a 9-1 victory to secure his own spot in the Last 64, had placed Alawadhi on the losers’ side.
“I performed pretty well in that match, defeating a really skilled opponent 9-1. I made an effort to remain focused, and I succeeded. I spent almost two months getting ready for this occasion. I actually prepared as if I were going to a boxing match. I’ve been working really hard both on and off the table. If I’m being completely honest, I don’t feel as psychologically fragile as I did at past events and I wasn’t really with it. So far, I’m having fun with it. ” Jayson Shaw after defeating Alawadhi, chatting to Phil Yates
“Fulda is a pretty pleasant location, and the venue is fantastic. The city itself is quite wonderful. Having that mixture on hand is a smart idea. You may go outside and take a stroll. Overall, the event has gotten off to a solid start, Shaw continued.
Shane Van Boening, the world champion, was made to sweat by Jani Uski, the national champion of Finland. Van Boening ensured he remained spotless on the route to the Last 64 9-7, while Naoyuki Oi overcame Jan van Lierop 9-6 under identical conditions. Oscar Dominguez, a US Mosconi Cup candidate, defeated Daniel Maciol 9-4 to advance, and 2021 World Pool Masters champion Alexander Kazakis defeated Tyler Styer in a hill-hill thriller to avoid the Losers side of the draw.
Hohmann was drawn out of the game on the losing end
In a humiliating defeat for the former World Champion, Karol Skowerski put an end to Thorsten Hohmann’s quest for hometown bragging rights. After losing to Senharip Azar early on, Hohmann found himself on the losing side of the draw. Hohmann “The German” had been struggling ever since and finally ran across Skowerski, who was not going to allow the local player take control of the situation.
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