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1988

European Champion 14-1 Juniors, Stockholm / S
European Team Champion, Stockholm / S
German Champion 8-Ball
German Team Champion 14-1
1. Nations Cup, Goldegg / A
3. Challenge Cup 9-Ball, Växjö / S


1989

European Champion 8-Ball, Schaan / FL
European Team Champion, Schaan / FL
German Team Champion 14-1
Runner-up German Championships 8-Ball
Runner-up German Championships 14-1
1. Nations Cup, Goldegg / A
1. Levi's Cup 9-Ball, Graz / A
1. Mannheim Open 9-Ball
1. b&a Classics 9-Ball, Neckarsulm
1. Swiss Open 9-Ball, Lausanne / CH
1. Löwen Cup 8-Ball, Schweinheim
European Player of the Year


1990

Runner-up European Championships 8-Ball, St. Moritz / CH
Runner-up European Team Championships, St. Moritz / CH
German Team Champion 14-1
German Team Champion 8-Ball
1. Nations Cup, Goldegg / A
1. Lindwurm Trophy 8-Ball, Klagenfurt / A
1. Lindwurm Trophy 9-Ball, Klagenfurt / A
1. Wiesloch Classics 8-Ball
1. Mörfelden Open 8-Ball
1. Neustadt Open 9-Ball, Neustadt a.d.Weinstraße
1. Sauerland Open 9-Ball, Hemer
1. China Memorial 8-Ball, Schaan / FL
2. European Professional Tournament 9-Ball, Bern / CH
2. German Open 8-Ball, Hennef
2. German Open 9-Ball, Hennef
3. All Japan Championships 9-Ball, Osaka / J


1991

European Champion 8-Ball, Mussolente / I
European Team Champion, Mussolente / I
German Champion 9-Ball
Runner-up German Championships 8-Ball
Team Champion German 2nd Division
1. Challenge Cup 9-Ball, Växjö / S


1992

European Champion 8-Ball, Ljubliana / SLO
European Team Champion, Velden / A
Runner-up European Championships 14-1, Ljubliana / SLO
German Champion 9-Ball
Runner-up German Championships 8-Ball
1. Hagen Open 9-Ball
1. Mörfelden Open 9-Ball
1. French Open 9-Ball, Monte Carlo / MC
2. Italian Open 9-Ball, Campione / I
European Player of the Year


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