Many players from Team Wicked Wood were in action in Europe last weekend. With the ACL Slovenia Open coming up, the team is starting to get pretty much up to speed with great results as a result:

Felix Von Roeder supreme in Switzerland

The largest local Swiss Cornhole tournament recently took place in Aarburg, in the Aarau region, with intense competition between 48 doubles teams and 40 singles players, along with a parallel tournament for children. The event was marked by outstanding performances, especially in the doubles and singles categories.

In doubles, Felix von Roeder and Konrad Rein of the Wicked Wood team showed remarkable skills, winning all their matches in both the rounders and elimination phases. They triumphed in a challenging final against Switzerland's top duo, Stefan Kiefer and Joao Dias de Oliveira, securing first place after a tough fight.

Cornhole Aarburg

The singles tournament had equally impressive performances. Felix von Roeder advanced to the finals and showed his exceptional talent. Konrad Rein, after losing the semifinals to the formidable Stefan Kiefer, made a strong comeback and took third place by defeating Sven Schellenberg in an impressive 21:0 match. Felix then won the final from Stefan in two sets, with both players showing high-level play and PPRs close to 10. This final was noted as the best match of the weekend, with Felix securing his victory by scores of 21-14. and 22-12.


This event not only highlighted individual talents such as Felix's big win against Anthony Iaia (23:3) and Konrad's narrow victory over Achim Huth (21:16), but also highlighted the growing popularity and progression of Cornhole in Switzerland. The successful organization of the event by the Cornhole Warriors Aarburg and the large number of spectators further reinforced the sport's growing prominence in the country.

Strong averages Rico

Rico had an impressive performance at a recent Cornhole tournament, achieving his personal goal of improvement, which is especially noticeable in his excellent Player Performance Rating (PPR). During the rounders phase of the tournament, Rico demonstrated his skills and competitive edge, earning decisive victories in his matches. He defeated Daniel Roose by a convincing score of 21-5, overpowered Karel Sleegers in a dominant 21-1 match and emerged victorious in a thrilling and closely contested match against Stephan Beck, in which he won 21-17.



Despite these successes, Rico faced some challenges. In a match against Daven Clark, he initially held a substantial 18-9 lead, which he extended to 24-18, but the match took an unexpected turn. In the second, Rico continued to demonstrate his ability with a resounding 27:8 victory over Harald Hoffmann. However, this streak was interrupted by a 22-12 defeat by Arno.

Rico considered this tournament a valuable preparation for the upcoming competitions starting in March. His performance was remarkable, as he achieved the second-best PPR of the entire tournament. This performance not only highlights his current skill level, but also provides a solid foundation for further development as he continues to hone his strategies and techniques in future Cornhole events.

Silke wins final from Arno

Silke had a strong performance in the rounders and finished with 3-1 victories. She scored two impressive 21-0 victories, suffered one defeat and secured a very narrow victory (21-20) against Ivan Britz.
In the early stages Silke met Ivan again. This time, with improved focus, she won decisively with a score of 21-7. After another two clear victories, she faced Stephan Beck, who was showing strong form at the time, in the semifinals. In a tightly contested match, Silke emerged victorious with a narrow score of 21-20, which earned her a spot in the final.


In the final, Silke took on her doubles partner Arno Simons. In a well-matched and balanced match between the team members of Wicked Wood Games , Silke was able to secure victory against Arno with a score of 18:21.


This victory qualified Silke 8th overall for the upcoming final tournament, scheduled for next Saturday in Bitburg.

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