What is the highest score in a snooker match?
A maximum break (also known as a maximum, a 147, or orally, a one-four-seven) is the highest possible break in a single frame of snooker. A player compiles a maximum break by potting all 15 reds with 15 blacks for 120 points, followed by all six colours for a further 27 points.
Who is better Stephen Hendry vs Ronnie O Sullivan?
O’Sullivan is now one behind Hendry’s record of seven world titles but has overtaken him at the top of the list of ranking event wins with 37.
What is the best snooker tournament?
Triple Crown events are considered the most prestigious snooker titles, and have historically offered the most prize money. However, in recent years, prize money for other events, such as the China Open has exceeded that of these events.
Has anyone ever scored 155 in snooker?
Thai snooker ‘Speed King’ Thepchaiya Un-Nooh completes first ever 155 break caught on camera in just EIGHT minutes during practice frame in Darlington. Thai snooker player Thepchaiya Un-Nooh managed to complete the first ever 155 break caught on camera in just eight minutes during a practice match in Darlington.
Who has the most 147?
- Steve Davis made the first ever official 147 at the 1982 Lada Classic.
- Stephen Hendry has made 11 maximums, including three at the Crucible.
- Ronnie O’Sullivan has 15 maximums to his name – a record.
Which snooker player has the most 147?
O’Sullivan already holds the record for most maximum breaks in professional tournament snooker with 15 and he has also completed the feat in the shortest time – with his maiden 147 at the 1997 World Championship taking just five minutes and 20 seconds.
Who won the World Snooker?
Ronnie O’SullivanWorld Snooker Championship / Current champion (7th title)
What are the best snooker matches of all time?
No list of great snooker matches would be complete without this amazing final from 1985 when the nation stayed up past midnight to watch Dennis Taylor take the great Champion Steve Davis all the way to 35 frames for the World Snooker Championship title The final frame remains one of the tensest and nerve-racking frames of snooker
Who do you wish to win the 1992 Snooker final?
By the time 1992 had come around there was only one snooker player I wished to win the final and that was Jimmy White. He had lost to Steve Davis back in 1984, Lost to Stephen Hendry in 1990 and again the following year to John Parrot.
What was the best single frame in snooker history?
Whilst the lasting memory of the tournament was Higgins celebrating in tears with his family after the final, the semi-final and in particular, Higgins 69 break in the penultimate frame go down as the best single frame of snooker I can ever remember being played.
Where do you sleep when snookering in Portsmouth?
Since being a snooker nut during my formative years and spending many a night sleeping under the tables in the Commercial Road snooker club in Commercial Road in Portsmouth or the Cranes Water club closer to the beach.