These posts are on anything topical and controversial in the snooker world, ranging of debates on whether tournaments should be ranking events and whether China will soon dominate the sport. One of the articles includes a picture of a cat with a sombrero. If that doesn’t rejuvenate you, I don’t know what will.
So the UK Championship is on ver soon. Woop woop! I showed the draw. I also talked about the reputation of the UK Championship. Now we can dig deeper into what matches are most likely to be pleasurable to our eyes. That sounds very weird indeed. Here it is! Matches to watch Yuan Sijun (64) […]
Introduction After (only) eight ranking events, we have hit the biggest tournament of the season so far – the first Triple Crown event: The UK Championship. This is the event of a fantastic reputation. It was born in Blackpool, where Irishman Patsy Fagan beat Doug Mountjoy 12-9 to win the first UK Championship in 1977. […]
So the Shanghai Masters! We had the Shanghai Masters as a ranking event with a tiered qualifying system. Then we had the Shanghai Masters as a ranking event with a completely flat draw. Now we have the Shanghai Masters as a non-ranking event with the following: The Top 16 in the world rankings Four of the […]
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