Cadre 47/1 World Championship
|Cadre 47/1 World Championship
|The current world champion: Fonsy Grethen|
|Tournament type:||Ranking tournament|
|Tournament format:||Round robin / knockout system|
|Association / host:||UIFAB / CEB|
|Most wins: 3|
|Edmond Soussa , René Gabriëls|
The Cadre 47/1 World Championship (until 1938 Cadre 45/1) was held from 1926 to 1987 in the carom variant Cadre 47/1 . It was organized by the UIFAB ( Union Internationale des Fédérations des Amateurs de Billard ) until 1938 , and then by today's World Carom Association UMB ( Union Mondiale de Billard ).
As a rule, it took place once a year, but in recent years, like the Cadre 47/1 European Championship, it has only rarely been played because there are seldom hosts.
Until 1982 the game was played at a distance of 300 points. 1987 in Landau (Palatinate) the distance was shortened to 250 points.
The Dutchman Hans Vultink holds the now indestructible world record of up to 300 points in one shot , achieved at the 1975 World Cup in Rotterdam. Up to 250 points, no actor has managed to play the game in one recording.
The series world record is of course also held by Hans Vultink , but the Frenchman Francis Connesson also managed 300 points at the 1976 World Cup in Mollerusa, but only in the second shot , which is an adjustment of the record. The highest prolonged series was achieved by Hans Vultink with 386 at the 1975 World Cup in Rotterdam.
|Q||Record was set during the qualifying tournament|
|F.||Record was part of a five-fight set|
The GD indicates the general average (GD) of the respective player during the tournament. The GD is given without a stitch section.
WM held as 45/1