Scotland’s Bruce Mouat bought the higher of Brendan Bottcher for the second time in two days.
Mouat toppled Bottcher 9-6 on Tuesday in round-robin motion on the Princess Auto Gamers’ Championship — someday after beating the Edmonton-based rink within the remaining of the Humpty’s Champion Cup.
Bottcher scored three within the second finish on Tuesday for an early 3-0 lead, however Mouat chipped away after which sealed the victory with a 5 spot within the eighth finish.
In the meantime, a day after successful a report eleventh Grand Slam of Curling title, Ontario’s Rachel Homan fell to Russia’s Alina Kovaleva within the opening draw of the Princess Auto Gamers’ Championship.
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Kovaleva’s group broke open a 3-3 tie with three factors within the fifth finish.
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Homan’s Ottawa-based group was coming off a 6-3 win over Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni on Monday night time within the remaining of the Humpty’s Champions Cup.
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Kerri Einarson — the Canadian nationwide champion from Gimli, Man. — Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones, Sweden’s Anna Hasselborg, South Korea’s Minji Kim and Tirinzoni have been Day 1 winner on the ladies’s facet.
World champion Niklas Edin of Sweden, Calgary’s Kevin Koe, Northern Ontario’s Brad Jacobs, Brad Gushue of Newfoundland and Labrador and Switzerland’s Yannick Schwaller began 1-0 in males’s play.
Spherical-robin play continues on Wednesday.
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