2012 German Masters

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PartyPoker.net German Masters
Tournament information
Dates1–5 February 2012
VenueTempodrom
CityBerlin
CountryGermany
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund280,000
Winner's share€50,000
Highest breakScotland Stephen Maguire (130)
Final
ChampionEngland Ronnie O'Sullivan
Runner-upScotland Stephen Maguire
Score9–7
2011
2013

The 2012 PartyPoker.net German Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 1–5 February 2012 at the Tempodrom in Berlin, Germany. This was the first time that PartyPoker.net sponsored the event.[1]

Mike Dunn made the 79th official maximum break during his round 1 qualifying match against Kurt Maflin. This was Dunn's first 147 break.[2] Stephen Hendry missed the final stage of a ranking event for the first time in 15 years after losing 1–5 to James Wattana in the final qualifying round.[3]

Mark Williams was the defending champion,[4] but he lost in the quarter-finals 3–5 against Stephen Lee.

Ronnie O'Sullivan won his 23rd ranking title by defeating Stephen Maguire 9–7 in the final.[5][6][7]

Prize fund[edit]

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[8]

Wildcard round[edit]

These matches were played in Berlin on 1 February 2012.[9][10][11]

Match Score
WC1 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5–1 Germany Patrick Einsle
WC2 England Adrian Gunnell 5–3 Belgium Peter Bullen
WC3 China Yu Delu 5–3 England Chris Norbury
WC4 England Mike Dunn 3–5 England Craig Steadman
WC5 China Liu Song 5–0 Turkey Soner Sari
WC6 Thailand James Wattana w/o–w/d Netherlands Mario Wehrmann
WC7 England Paul Davison 5–2 Poland Krzysztof Wróbel
WC8 England Tom Ford 5–1 Republic of Ireland Philip Arnold

Main draw[edit]

[9][10][11]

Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
               
1 Wales Mark Williams 5
Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 0
1 Wales Mark Williams 5
11 England Stuart Bingham 2
11 England Stuart Bingham 5
England Peter Ebdon 3
1 Wales Mark Williams 3
13 England Stephen Lee 5
13 England Stephen Lee 5
England Adrian Gunnell 2
13 England Stephen Lee 5
China Yu Delu 2
5 China Ding Junhui 3
China Yu Delu 5
13 England Stephen Lee 4
14 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
7 England Ali Carter 4
England Joe Perry 5
England Joe Perry 1
14 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
14 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
England Andrew Higginson 4
14 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
15 Wales Matthew Stevens 3
15 Wales Matthew Stevens 5
England Craig Steadman 1
15 Wales Matthew Stevens 5
4 Australia Neil Robertson 1
4 Australia Neil Robertson 5
Scotland Marcus Campbell 2
14 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 9
9 Scotland Stephen Maguire 7
3 England Mark Selby 5
China Liu Song 0
3 England Mark Selby 5
10 Scotland Graeme Dott 3
10 Scotland Graeme Dott 5
Thailand James Wattana 0
3 England Mark Selby 3
6 England Shaun Murphy 5
16 England Martin Gould 1
England Ricky Walden 5
England Ricky Walden 2
6 England Shaun Murphy 5
6 England Shaun Murphy 5
England Barry Hawkins 4
6 England Shaun Murphy 0
9 Scotland Stephen Maguire 6
8 England Judd Trump 5
England Paul Davison 1
8 England Judd Trump 5
12 Northern Ireland Mark Allen 2
12 Northern Ireland Mark Allen 5
England Tom Ford 4
8 England Judd Trump 4
9 Scotland Stephen Maguire 5
9 Scotland Stephen Maguire 5
Wales Ryan Day 1
9 Scotland Stephen Maguire 5
2 Scotland John Higgins 0
2 Scotland John Higgins 5
England Mark Davis 1

Final[edit]

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Maguire behind the trophy before the last session of the final. In the background the referee Michaela Tabb.
Final: Best of 17 frames. Referee: Michaela Tabb.
Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany, 5 February 2012.[11][12]
Ronnie O'Sullivan (14)
 England
9–7 Stephen Maguire (9)
 Scotland
Afternoon: 111–26 (111), 0–130 (130), 8–106 (106), 5–132 (128)
58–73 (O'Sullivan 58), 63–8, 20–69 (55), 75–24 (75)
Evening: 0–115 (69), 89–47 (89), 78–0 (54), 68–59 (Maguire 52), 94–37 (67)
75–31, 43–82 (82), 66–41
111 Highest break 130
1 Century breaks 3
6 50+ breaks 7

Qualifying[edit]

These matches were held between 21 and 25 November 2011 at the World Snooker Academy, Sheffield, England.[13][14][15]

Preliminary round

Best of 9 frames

India Lucky Vatnani 2–5 Thailand Dechawat Poomjaeng
Wales Daniel Wells 1–5 Belgium Luca Brecel
Round 1–3
  Round 1
Best of 9 frames
Round 2
Best of 9 frames
Round 3
Best of 9 frames
                           
England Mark Joyce 4
England David Grace 5     England David Grace 2     Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5
England Jack Lisowski 1   England Sam Craigie 5     England Sam Craigie 4
England Sam Craigie 5
England Joe Jogia 4
England Stuart Carrington 5     England Stuart Carrington 3     England Peter Ebdon 5
England Jimmy White 5   England Jimmy White 5     England Jimmy White 4
England Matthew Couch 3
England Jimmy Robertson w/o
Belgium Bjorn Haneveer w/d     England Jimmy Robertson 0     Hong Kong Marco Fu 1
England Adrian Gunnell 5   England Adrian Gunnell 5     England Adrian Gunnell 5
England Sam Baird 1
England Alfie Burden 5
Scotland Scott MacKenzie 2     England Alfie Burden 2     England Jamie Cope 3
England Barry Pinches 4   China Yu Delu 5     China Yu Delu 5
China Yu Delu 5
England Robert Milkins 5
China Tian Pengfei 0     England Robert Milkins 5     England Joe Perry 5
England Steve Davis 5   England Steve Davis 1     England Robert Milkins 3
Northern Ireland Joe Meara 3
England Ben Woollaston 5
England Rod Lawler 1     England Ben Woollaston 2     England Andrew Higginson 5
Wales Jamie Jones 5   Wales Jamie Jones 5     Wales Jamie Jones 2
England Andrew Norman 2
Malta Tony Drago 2
England Adam Wicheard 5     England Adam Wicheard 0     England Mark King 3
England Mike Dunn 5   England Mike Dunn 5     England Mike Dunn 5
Norway Kurt Maflin 0
Scotland Jamie Burnett 5
Thailand Dechawat Poomjaeng 2     Scotland Jamie Burnett 3     Scotland Marcus Campbell 5
England Peter Lines 5   England Peter Lines 5     England Peter Lines 3
England Simon Bedford 2
England Rory McLeod 5
Poland Kacper Filipiak 2     England Rory McLeod 3     Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 4
China Liu Song 5   China Liu Song 5     China Liu Song 5
England Liam Highfield 3
England Nigel Bond 1
Wales Andrew Pagett 5     Wales Andrew Pagett 1     Scotland Stephen Hendry 1
Thailand James Wattana 5   Thailand James Wattana 5     Thailand James Wattana 5
Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat 3
China Liu Chuang 5
England Ian McCulloch 3     China Liu Chuang 5     England Ricky Walden 5
China Liang Wenbo 5   China Liang Wenbo 3     China Liu Chuang 1
India Aditya Mehta 3
Scotland Alan McManus w/o
Finland Robin Hull w/d     Scotland Alan McManus 4     England Barry Hawkins 5
England Andy Hicks 5   England Andy Hicks 5     England Andy Hicks 4
China Cao Yupeng 2
Northern Ireland Gerard Greene 2
Republic of Ireland David Morris 5     Republic of Ireland David Morris 3     Wales Dominic Dale 4
England Matthew Selt 4   England Paul Davison 5     England Paul Davison 5
England Paul Davison 5
England Anthony Hamilton 5
Republic of Ireland David Hogan 3     England Anthony Hamilton 5     England Tom Ford 5
Northern Ireland Joe Swail 5   Northern Ireland Joe Swail 4     England Anthony Hamilton 0
Belgium Luca Brecel 1  
England Dave Harold 3
England Adam Duffy 5     England Adam Duffy 4     Wales Ryan Day 5
Scotland Anthony McGill 5   Scotland Anthony McGill 5     Scotland Anthony McGill 4
China Li Yan 3
England Michael Holt 2
Wales Michael White 5     Wales Michael White 5     England Mark Davis 5
China Xiao Guodong 5   China Xiao Guodong 2     Wales Michael White 2
England David Gilbert 3

Century breaks[edit]

Qualifying stage centuries[edit]

[16]

Televised stage centuries[edit]

Stephen Maguire played the highest century of the televised stage with 130.

[17]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

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