Thomas Engert

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Thomas Engert
Thomas Engert at the World Pool Trickshot Masters 2007 Nr.1.JPG
Medal record
Competitor for  Germany
Men's Nine-ball
World Games
Bronze 2001 Akita Individual

Thomas Engert is a German professional pool player. Engert won the 2004 International Challenge of Champions beating fellow German Thorsten Hohmann in the finals.[1] When he returned to the tournament one year later, Engert was close to winning it for the second consecutive time but Chao Fong-pang, who was then the two-time winner of the event, defeated him in the finals.[2]

Also in 2004, Engert won the World Pool Masters Tournament over another fellow German, Oliver Ortmann.

In the 2006 World Straight Pool Championship, Engert made his way into the final but loss to Thorsten Hohmann by a score of 200-80 [1]. In 2007, Engert won the World Pool Masters for the second time. This included him with Francisco Bustamante and Ralf Souquet who won the event more than once.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Engert Wins Challenge of Champions". AZ Billiards.com. Retrieved 2007-08-11. 
  2. ^ "Chao is Champion of Champions". AZ Billiards.com. Retrieved 2007-08-11. 

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