European Masters Snooker Betting Tips

The 2020 European Masters is a professional ranking snooker tournament organised by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA). It is the 22nd edition of the European Masters and second ranking event of the 2020-21 season.

The European Masters is taking place from 21-27 September 2020 in Milton Keynes, England.

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European Masters FAQs

When is the 2020 European Masters being played?

The 2020 European Masters is being played from 21-27 September 2020.

Where is the 2020 European Masters being played?

The 2020 European Masters 2020 is being played at Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, England.

What is the 2020 European Masters prize money?

The 2020 European Masters prize money is £407,000 with the winner collecting £80,000.

Who is the European Masters champion?

Neil Robertson is the European Masters champion after defeating Zhou Yuelong 9-0 in the previous 2020 final.

When is the 2020 European Masters Final?

The 2020 European Masters Final will be played on Sunday 27 September 2020.

Who has won the most European Masters titles?

Stephen Hendry has won four European Masters titles, John Parrott next best with three. Judd Trump and Shaun Murphy have both won two European Masters titles.

How many players are competing in the 2020 European Masters?

There are 128 players competing in the 2020 European Masters.

What players are competing in the 2020 European Masters?

The 128 players competing in the 2020 European Masters include Judd Trump, Ronnie OSullivan, Neil Robertson, Mark Selby, Shaun Murphy, John Higgins, Mark Allen, Kyren Wilson, Mark Williams, Ding Junhui, Stuart Bingham, Stephen Maguire, Barry Hawkins, Graeme Dott, David Gilbert and Yan Bingtao.

European Masters Live Streaming

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2020 European Masters Betting Odds

Check the 2020 European Masters betting odds including outright markets such as European Masters winner, name the finalists, to reach the final and winner nationality. 

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European Masters 2020 Prize Money Breakdown

The 2020 European Masters prize money is £407,000 with the winner collecting £80,000 and the runner-up earning £35,000. The prize money for the highest break is £5,000.

2020 European Masters Prize Money
Winner £80,000
Runner-Up £35,000
Semi-final £17,500
Quarter-final £6,000
Last 16 £20,000
Last 32 £4,000
Last 64 £3,000
Highest break £5,000

European Masters Players

There are 128 players taking part in the 2020 European Masters. The top players in snooker are competing including Judd Trump, Ronnie OSullivan, Neil Robertson, Mark Selby, Shaun Murphy, John Higgins, Mark Allen, Kyren Wilson, Mark Williams, Ding Junhui, Stuart Bingham, Stephen Maguire and Barry Hawkins.

European Masters Seeds

There are 32 seeds at the 2020 European Masters with Neil Robertson, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump and Mark Selby leading the way.

Neil Robertson
Ronnie O'Sullivan
Judd Trump
Mark Selby
Mark Allen
Kyren Wilson
John Higgins
Shaun Murphy
Stephen Maguire
Mark Williams
David Gilbert
Ding Junhui
Stuart Bingham
Jack Lisowski
Yan Bingtao
Joe Perry
Barry Hawkins
Gary Wilson
Ali Carter
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Graeme Dott
Anthony McGill
Scott Donaldson
Tom Ford
Zhou Yuelong
Matthew Selt
Kurt Maflin
Jimmy Robertson
Zhao Xintong
Michael Holt
Xiao Guodong
Noppon Saengkham

European Masters Schedule & Dates

The 2020 European Masters is taking place from 21-27 September 2020.

Monday 21 SeptemberFirst Round
Tuesday 22 SeptemberFirst Round
Wednesday 23 SeptemberFirst Round / Second Round
Thursday 24 SeptemberSecond Round
Friday 25 SeptemberThird Round / Fourth Round
Saturday 26 SeptemberQuarter Finals / Semi Finals
Sunday 27 SeptemberFinal

European Masters Draw

The 2020 European Masters draw sees the top 32 players seeded. All 128 players start in the first round.

European Masters Format

The 2020 European Masters features all 128 players competing in the first round. The first five rounds are best of 9 legs, increasing to best of 11 legs for the semi-finals with the final best of 17 frames.

  • Last 128: best of 9 frames
  • Last 64: best of 9 frames
  • Last 32: best of 9 frames
  • Last 16: best of 9 frames
  • Quarter-finals: best of 9 frames
  • Semi-finals: best of 11 frames
  • Final: best of 17 frames

European Masters Snooker Results

Check the European Masters results including break statistics to find value in the snooker betting markets.

European Masters Winners, Runners-up & Final Score

John Parrott won the first two European Masters titles in 1989 and 1990. Neil Robertson is the defending champion after defeating Zhou Yuelong 9-0 in the 2019/20 European Masters final.

2020 (2) tbc tbc tbc Milton Keynes 2020/21
2020 (1) Neil Robertson Zhou Yuelong 9–0 Austria Dornbirn 2019/20
2018 Jimmy Robertson Joe Perry 9–6 Belgium Lommel 2018/19
2017 Judd Trump Stuart Bingham 9–7 Belgium Lommel 2017/18
2016 Judd Trump Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–8 Romania Bucharest 2016/17
2008 Shaun Murphy Ken Doherty 9–3 Malta Portomaso 2007/08
2007 Shaun Murphy Ryan Day 9–4 Malta Portomaso 2006/07
2006 Ken Doherty John Higgins 9–8 Malta Portomaso 2005/06
2005 Stephen Hendry Graeme Dott 9–7 Malta Portomaso 2004/05
2004 Stephen Maguire Jimmy White 9–3 Malta Portomaso 2003/04
2003 Ronnie O'Sullivan Stephen Hendry 9–6 Torquay 2002/03
2001 Stephen Hendry Joe Perry 9–2 Malta Valletta 2001/02
1998 Mark Williams Alan McManus 9–4 Tallaght 1998/99
1997 John Higgins John Parrott 9–5 Malta Valletta 1996/97
1996 John Parrott Peter Ebdon 9–7 Malta Valletta 1995/96
1994 Stephen Hendry John Parrott 9–3 Belgium Antwerp 1994/95
1993 Steve Davis Stephen Hendry 10–4 Belgium Antwerp 1992/93
1993 Stephen Hendry Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–5 Belgium Antwerp 1993/94
1992 Jimmy White Mark Johnston-Allen 9–3 Belgium Tongeren 1991/92
1991 Tony Jones Mark Johnston-Allen 9–7 Netherlands Rotterdam 1990/91
1990 John Parrott Stephen Hendry 10–6 France Lyon 1989/90
1989 John Parrott Terry Griffiths 9–8 France Deauville 1988/89

European Masters Snooker Highlights

Watch European Masters snooker highlights to get a better insight on how players are performing at the tournament.

European Masters News

Get the latest European Masters news at the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association website.

European Masters Social Media

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European Masters History

The European Masters began in the 1988/89 snooker season, the first ranking event outside the United Kingdom. The first European event was the European Open in 1989 in Deauville, France with the event held at the Palais des Sports in Lyon, France in 1990.

The tournament moved to Rotterdam, Netherlands in 1991 with the event moved to Belgium from 1992 to 1994. The European Masters has since been played in Malta, Ireland, Romania, England and Austria.

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