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2019-20 Snooker Season
|24 June 2019||China||Team Event||World Cup||Wuxi City Sports Park Stadium||Wuxi|
|26 July 2019||Latvia||World Ranking Event||Riga Masters||Arena Riga||Riga|
|4 August 2019||China||World Ranking Event||International Championship||Baihu Media Broadcasting Centre||Daqing|
|24 August 2019||Germany||Non-Ranking Event||Paul Hunter Classic||Stadthalle||Fürth|
|2 September 2019||Thailand||Variant Event||Six-red World Championship||Bangkok Convention Center||Bangkok|
|9 September 2019||China||Non-Ranking Event||Shanghai Masters||Regal International East Asia Hotel||Shanghai|
|23 September 2019||China||World Ranking Event||China Championship||Guangzhou Tianhe Sports Centre||Guangzhou|
|14 October 2019||England||World Ranking Event||English Open||K2||Crawley|
|22 October 2019||China||Non-Ranking Event||Haining Open||Haining Sports Center||Haining|
|28 October 2019||China||World Ranking Event||World Open||Yushan Sport Centre||Yushan|
|4 November 2019||England||Non-Ranking Event||Champion of Champions||Ricoh Arena||Coventry|
|11 November 2019||Nth Ireland||World Ranking Event||Northern Ireland Open||Waterfront Hall||Belfast|
|26 November 2019||England||World Ranking Event||UK Championship||Barbican Centre||York|
|9 December 2019||Scotland||World Ranking Event||Scottish Open||Emirates Arena||Glasgow|
|12 January 2020||England||Non-Ranking Event||The Masters||Alexandra Palace||London|
|22 January 2020||Austria||World Ranking Event||European Masters||Messe Dornbirn||Dornbirn|
|29 January 2020||Germany||World Ranking Event||German Masters||Tempodrom||Berlin|
|3 February 2020||England||World Ranking Event||World Grand Prix||The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse||Cheltenham|
|10 February 2020||Wales||World Ranking Event||Welsh Open||Motorpoint Arena||Cardiff|
|20 February 2020||England||World Ranking Event||Snooker Shoot-Out||Watford Colosseum||Watford|
|24 February 2020||England||World Ranking Event||Players Championship||Waterfront||Southport|
|11 March 2020||Gibraltar||World Ranking Event||Gibraltar Open||Victoria Stadium||Gibraltar|
|17 March 2020||Wales||World Ranking Event||Tour Championship||Venue Cymru||Llandudno|
|24 March 2020||India||World Ranking Event||Indian Open||tba||tba|
|30 March 2020||China||World Ranking Event||China Open||Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium||Beijing|
|18 April 2020||England||World Ranking Event||World Championship||Crucible Theatre||Sheffield|
World Number One Snooker Players
|1||Wales||Ray Reardon||3 May 1975||20 April 1981|
|2||Canada||Cliff Thorburn||21 April 1981||16 May 1982|
|–||Wales||Ray Reardon (2)||17 May 1982||2 May 1983|
|3||England||Steve Davis||3 May 1983||29 April 1990|
|4||Scotland||Stephen Hendry||30 April 1990||4 May 1998|
|5||Scotland||John Higgins||5 May 1998||1 May 2000|
|6||Wales||Mark Williams||2 May 2000||6 May 2002|
|7||England||Ronnie O'Sullivan||7 May 2002||5 May 2003|
|–||Wales||Mark Williams (2)||6 May 2003||3 May 2004|
|–||England||Ronnie O'Sullivan (2)||4 May 2004||1 May 2006|
|–||Scotland||Stephen Hendry (2)||2 May 2006||7 May 2007|
|–||Scotland||John Higgins (2)||8 May 2007||5 May 2008|
|–||England||Ronnie O'Sullivan (3)||6 May 2008||3 May 2010|
|–||Scotland||John Higgins (3)||4 May 2010||26 September 2010|
|8||Australia||Neil Robertson||27 September 2010||12 December 2010|
|–||Scotland||John Higgins (4)||13 December 2010||2 May 2011|
|–||Wales||Mark Williams (3)||3 May 2011||11 September 2011|
|9||England||Mark Selby||12 September 2011||4 November 2012|
|10||England||Judd Trump||5 November 2012||9 December 2012|
|–||England||Mark Selby (2)||10 December 2012||17 February 2013|
|–||England||Judd Trump (2)||18 February 2013||31 March 2013|
|–||England||Mark Selby (3)||1 April 2013||9 June 2013|
|–||Australia||Neil Robertson (2)||10 June 2013||5 May 2014|
|–||England||Mark Selby (4)||6 May 2014||6 July 2014|
|–||Australia||Neil Robertson (3)||7 July 2014||10 August 2014|
|–||England||Mark Selby (5)||11 August 2014||7 December 2014|
|11||China||Ding Junhui||8 December 2014||14 December 2014|
|–||Australia||Neil Robertson (4)||15 December 2014||24 January 2015|
|–||China||Ding Junhui (2)||25 January 2015||8 February 2015|
|–||England||Mark Selby (6)||9 February 2015||24 March 2019|
|–||England||Ronnie O'Sullivan (4)||25 March 2019||11 August 2019|
|–||England||Judd Trump (3)||12 August 2019||Present|
What is snooker?
Snooker is a cue sport played on a rectangular table covered with a green cloth and pockets at each of the four corners and in the middle of each long side. Players strike the white ball (or "cue ball") using a cue stick to pot or pocket the remaining 21 coloured in the correct sequence and accumulate points for each pot.
What is a snooker in snooker?
A snooker in snooker is when a player puts the white ball or cue ball in a position where the opponent cannot hit a desired coloured ball with a straight shot.
Why is snooker called snooker?
The term 'snooker' was specified by Sir Neville Chamberlain in 1875.
What is a maximum break in snooker?
A maximum break in snooker is the highest break that can be made in snooker - 147 points. To achieve a maximum break, the player must pot all 15 reds followed by the black ball after every red, followed by potting the six remaining colours.
Why is a snooker table green?
A snooker table is green to resemble grass.
How many balls are there in snooker?
There are 21 balls in snooker - 1 white ball (cue ball), 15 red balls and six balls of different colours: yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
How big is a snooker table?
A regulation (full-size) snooker table is 12 ft × 6 ft (3.7 m × 1.8 m)
What is a frame in snooker?
A frame in snooker is an individual game that is won by the player scoring the most points. A match is won when a player wins a determined number of frames.