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28.01.2013 by Markus Rindlisbacher (comments: 0)
David Murdoch who replaced Tom Brewster in the team on the skip position with lead Greg Drummond, second Scott Andrews and third Michael Goodfellow, lost only one game in the round robins and qualified on the first place for the playoffs in group C.
Mellemseter, Tselousov, Hess, Snitil, Uusipaavalniemi, Stjerne and Arkhipov were the other qualifiers for the playoffs, a good mix with two russian teams and one team from Norway, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland and Scotland.
With 7:1 against Jiri Snitil in the Semi Final and 6:1 against Rasmus Stjerne in the Final, David Murdoch and his team are the deserved winner of the 2nd holding of the German Masters at Hamburg.
The price money of CAD $ 8'138 for the first place is added to the total money of team Brewster, who is now on the 7th place. Peter De Cruz from Switzerland is still leading the ranking with more than CAD $ 30'000 of total price money.