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The German Masters is a professional Snooker ranking tournament and the great news for all fans is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Snooker live streaming partners.
The tournament started life back in 1995 as the German Open in the city of Frankfurt. The tournament then moved onto Osnabruck and then Bingen am Rhein where it first became known as the German Masters but it was a non-ranking event.
The tournament left the tour for 4 years before returning in 2011 as a ranking event, held in the German city of Berlin where the tournament has remained ever since.
As a ranking event, the German Masters attracts many of the world’s top stars and that makes it a must watch for all Snooker fans.
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The German Masters Snooker tournament is a professional Snooker tournament that is one of the most historic, prestigious, and well established Snooker tournaments to take place outside of the United Kingdom and offers one of the largest prize fund away from the heartlands of the UK and China.
Despite all of success that the tournament enjoys today, it was a rocky road in getting there and in many ways, for every bit that the event is established and historic, it is also relatively new and finding its place on the tour.
That juxtaposition is down to the fact that the event was first established way back in 1995, the tournament has gone through a lot of changes since that time and it has also been left off of the tour for long periods.
The inaugural event took place in the city of Frankfort in 1995 where John Higgins of Scotland thrashed Ken Doherty of Ireland by 9 frames to 3.
The tournament was soon on the move when the 1996 edition came from Osnabruck in an event that saw Ronnie O’Sullivan (England) pick up the title by defeating Alain Robidoux (Canada0 by 9 frames to 7.
In 1997, things were on the move once more as the action took place in the town of Bingen am Rhein and once again featured John Higgins as the winner when he defeated John Parrot (England) by 9 frames to 4.
The fact that the event had moved from a large city, in Frankfurt to small city in Osnabruck to a small town in Bingen am Rhien from one year to the next hinted at the struggles of the tournament and it was no real surprise that the 1998 edition of the event was not only change from been a ranking event to a non-ranking exhibition style event and in the end, the final which featured John Parrott defeating Mark Williams (Wales) was to prove the last running of the German Open for 13 years as the next hosting of the tournament didn’t come until the re-boot of the sport and of the tour in 2011.
When the German Masters returned to the tour it was as a ranking event once more, it was held in Berlin and perhaps best of all form a fan point of view wanting the sport to establish itself away from the UK and China, the tournament has now remained consistent on the tour.
The inaugural event in Berlin featured a final between Mark Williams and Mark Selby (England), with the Welshman winning an exciting match by 9 frames to 7.
The quality of the event since then can be seen by the players who have gone in to pick up the title since the move to Berlin and the revamping of the event with the likes of Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ali Carter (England), Ding Junhui (China), Mark Selby (England), Kyren Wilson (England) and Judd Trump (England).
Despite that quality and the no established nature of the tournament as a ranking event, it can be a difficult and frustrating experience for Snooker fans to watch the action live from the German Masters Snooker event.
Even if you are fortunate enough to have an ongoing and ever increasingly expensive subscription to a pay tv sports channel that shows Snooker, the likelihood is that only a select number of matches will be shown.
Thankfully, there is a now a way to watch all of the great action from the German Masters live and that is by using the incredible live streaming services of the online bookmakers that we feature on this page.
If you do decide to watch live via the bookie live streams of Snooker, you will need to be aged 18 or over and have a funded account but you can then watch Snooker action from the German Masters live and from most other tournaments held throughout the season at locations around the world.
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Never miss any of the great Snooker action from iconic Tempodrom , also known as the Neues Tempodrom, in the German capital city of Berlin.
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