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Chamat, Marcus

Federation EPBF
Fed. ID 4
Name Marcus Chamat
Nickname Napoleon
Residence Gavle, Sweden
Date of Birth 1975-05-06
Gender M
Category Men
Playing Cue Predator
Break Cue Predator
Cons. runs 8-ball 8
Cons. runs 9-ball 8
Highest Run 14/1 204
Palmares - European Champion 2000 (9-ball)
- Bronz medaillist WC 2004 (9-ball)
- Mosconicup teammember 2000 & 2004
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Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total
4 5 7 16








Other Profiles for this player
Federation >Description Player ID
SBF  National Federation Profile  10101
EPBF  European Championships Profile  89
WPA  World Championships Profile  10763


Results and Upcoming Matches
Class Disc. Nr R Date Time T Match
M9 94 W1 10 15:00 8 Bartol, Roberto CRO 9 vs 8 SWE Chamat, Marcus
M9 155 L1 10 18:00 5 Oberlercher, Harald AUT 5 vs 9 SWE Chamat, Marcus
M9 238 L2 10 09:00 18 Chamat, Marcus SWE 9 vs 5 GBR Majid, Imran
M9 270 L3 10 12:00 3 Chamat, Marcus SWE 9 vs 8 NED Pongers, Quinten
M9 311 L4 10 16:00 3 Koukiadakis, Konstantinos GRE 9 vs 8 SWE Chamat, Marcus


Hall Of Fame Results - Chronical Medal Overview
Nr Year Event Tournament Rank Medal
1.  1999 ET - 1999 - M9 - Tampere - Finland M9 1 Gold
2.  2000 ET - 2000 - M9 - Neuwied - Germany M9 3 Bronze
3.  2000 ET - 2000 - M9 - Kaunus - Lithuainia M9 3 Bronze
4.  2001 ET - 2001 - M9 - Porto - Portugal M9 3 Bronze
5.  2003 ET - 2003 - M9 - Kortrijk - Belgium M9 3 Bronze
6.  2004 ET - 2004 - M9 - Rankweil - Austria M9 1 Gold
7.  2004 ET - 2004 - M9 - Copenhagen - Denmark M9 3 Bronze
8.  2005 ET - 2005 - M9 - Sindelfingen - Germany M9 2 Silver
9.  2005 ET - 2005 - M9 - Weert - Netherlands M9 2 Silver
10.  2006 ET - 2006 - M9 - Rankweil - Austria M9 1 Gold
11.  2008 ET - 2008 - O9 - Malaga -Spain M9 2 Silver
12.  2009 ET - 2009 - O9 - Rankweil - Austria M9 1 Gold
13.  2011 ET - 2011 - O10 - Eger City - Hungary M10 2 Silver
14.  2012 ET - 2012 - O9 - Sankt Johann - Austria M9 3 Bronze
15.  2014 ET - 2014 - 09 - Portoroz - Slovenia M9 3 Bronze
16.  2015 ET - 2015 - O9 - Vale do Lobo - Portugal M9 2 Silver


Related News
2009-08-23   Marcus Chamat Winner of the Austrian Open 2009
Austrian Open 2009 - Rankweil for a swedish winner .. Marcus Chamat! He wins the Austrian Open for the 3rd time. He beats Darren Appleton with 9-6. Niels Feijen and Jakob Belka became 3rd.

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2008-12-07   Niels Feijen Winner of the Spain Open 2008
Dynamic Spain Open 2008 Malaga for a dutch winner .. Niels Feijen! He beats Marcus Chamat with 9-3. Tony Drago and Sandor Tot became 3rd.

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