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IBSF World Snooker Championship 2010 (DRAW/RESULTS)

Group-men Group-ladies Group-masters Knock-out men Knock-out ladies Knock-out masters Break board IBSF World Snooker Championship 2010 High Breaks MEN :: 100+ Vinnie Calabrese (Australia) :: 139, 122, 106 Hossein Vafaei (Iran) :: 134, 124 Mohammad Rais Sen Zahi (Afghanistan) :: 133 Pankaj Advani (India) :: 115, 113, 105 Steve Mifsud (Australia) :: 112 Habib Subah (Bahrain) :: 111 Daniel Wells (Wales) :: 110 Noppadon Sangnil (Thailand) :: 110 Muhammad Sajjad (Pakistan) :: 110 Rodney Goggins (Ireland) :: 106, 106 Dechawat Poomajaeng [...]


12BET.COM UK SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 PRIZE MONEY Winner: £100,000 Runner-up: £46,000 Semi-finals: £23,250 Quarter-finals: £16,450 Last 16: £12,050 Last 32: £8,750 Last 48: £5,500 Last 64: £2,300 High break stage one: £500 High break two: £5,000 Total: £625,000 VENUE  : The International Centre, Telford DATE : 4-12 December 2010 HISTORY OF UK CHAMPIONSHIP The UK Championship is snooker’s second most important ranking tournament, carrying one and half times the ranking points of standard events. It has a longer-frame format, with all matches played over best-of-17 frames until the final which is best-of-19. Most of snookers [...]


JOHN HIGGINS EYEING No. 1 SPOT John Higgins is determined to move on from the nightmare of his 6 month ban – by reclaiming the world No. 1 spot he occupied before it started. Higgins was suspended from snooker in May following allegations in the News of the World that he accepted money to throw frames. In September independent body Sport Resolutions cleared the 3 time world champion of match-fixing but he admitted bringing the game into disrepute by failing to report [...]

3 Tips to Remember When Playing Snooker

Here are 3 great tips to remember when you are learning to play snooker. If you follow these 3 guidelines you will surely improve your game. 1) Remember The Basics Your stance is vital when it comes to playing snooker. Always keep your legs at least shoulder width apart and keep your back straight at all times. Remembering to look straight down your cue is very important as it allows you to see where the [...]

Top 4 Tips For Breaking Your Snooker Breaks’ Limits

Snooker Break Tip #1 – “Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift. That is why we call it: The Present” This is taken from the famous movie “Kong Fu Panda.” A great philosophical sentence which can be interpreted in many different ways. I won’t go into that term here, I just want you to put your work problems at work, your home issues at home, empty your mind, and play a [...]