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History Of The Week

  • World Championship
    Stephen Hendry won his third World title by defeating Jimmy White 18–5 in the 1993 final and won prize money of GBP 175000.
    Date :03-May-1993

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  • World Championship 1999
    In 1999 Stephen Hendry from scotland break the record 7th times world champion in Crucible theatre beating Mark William by 18-12 . Earlier Steve
    Date :03-May-1999

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  • World Championship 2004
    Ronnie O'Sullivan won his second world title by defeating Graeme Dott 18–8 in the final of World Championship in 2004 and won prize money of
    Date :03-May-2004

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  • Asian Championship 2014
    Thor Chuan Leong  beat Hung Chuang Ming by 7-3 in the final of Asian Championship 2014 in Al Fujairah , United Arab Amirates
    Date :03-May-2014

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  • World Championship
    In 1987 Joe Johnson made it to the final again, as did Steve Davis, making it a repeat of the 1986 final of World Championship and Steve won prize mon
    Date :04-May-1987

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  • World Championship
    John Higgins won his first World title by defeating defending Champion Ken Doherty by 18–12 in the final in 1998 and won prize money of GBP 2200
    Date :04-May-1998

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  • World Championship
    Stephen Hendry was the eventual winner, after defeating Jimmy White 18–14 in the final. At one point White led by 14–8, but Hendry then wo
    Date :04-May-1992

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  • World Championship 2009
    John Higgins played his 1000th frame at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, during the final of the World Championship 2009 against Shaun Murphy. He had
    Date :04-May-2009

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  • World Championship 2010
    Robertson beat Graeme Dott in the final of World Championship 2010 by 18–13, becoming the first Australian in the modern era to win the title an
    Date :04-May-2010

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  • Asian Snooker Champion
    The 40-year-old cueist, Saleh Mohammad,  who represented Pakistan for 16 years before moving to his home land Afghanistan in 2006, defeated the S
    Date :04-May-2013

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  • World Championship 1980
    Cliff Thorburn won in the final of World Championship in 1980 by 18–16 against Alex Higgins and Cliff won prize money of GBP 15000.
    Date :05-May-1980

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  • World Championship
    Joe Johnson won his only world title  by defeating Steve Davis 18–12 in 1986 World Championship final and won prize money of GBP 70000.
    Date :05-May-1986

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  • World Championship
    John Parrott won his only World Championship 1991 title by defeating Jimmy White 18–11 in the final. John won prize money of GBP 135000.
    Date :05-May-1991

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  • World Championship
    Ken Doherty won his first World title in 1997 by defeating defending Champion Stephen Hendry 18–12 in the final and won prize money of GBP 21000
    Date :05-May-1997

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  • World Championship 2003
    Mark Williams won his second World title by defeating Ken Doherty 18–16 in the final of World Championship 2003 and won prize money of GBP 27000
    Date :05-May-2003

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  • World Championship
    John Higgins scored his 350th competitive century, and the 1000th century to be made at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, during his semi-final World C
    Date :05-May-2007

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  • World Championship
    Ronnie O'Sullivan won his third World title in 2008  by defeating Ali Carter  by 18–8 in the final. It was O'Sullivan's 20
    Date :05-May-2008

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  • World Championship 2013
    In  2013 Ronnie O'Sullivan broke Stephen Hendry's record of 127 century breaks at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, in the final of the Wo
    Date :05-May-2013

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  • World Championship 2014
    Mark Selby won his first World Championship  title in 2014 by defeating defending Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan by 18–14 and won prize mon
    Date :05-May-2014

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  • World Championship
    Stephen Hendry won in the final  by  18–12 against Peter Ebdon in 1996 world championship and won prize money of GBP 200000.
    Date :06-May-1996

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  • World Championship
    Peter Ebdon won his first world title by defeating seven-time World Champion, Stephen Hendry, in 2002  by 18–17 and  Peter won prize m
    Date :06-May-2002

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  • World Championship
    Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan did not lose a session in the tournament. He defeated Barry Hawkins 18–12 in the final 2013 to become a
    Date :06-May-2013

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  • World Championship
    Fred Davis became the second player to defend his first world title after Joe Davis in 1928 by defeating Donaldson 80–65 in the final in 1949.
    Date :07-May-1949

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  • World Championship
    Steve Davis won his third world title by defeating Jimmy White 18–16 in the 1984 World Championship  final and won prize money of GBP 44000
    Date :07-May-1984

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  • World Championship
    Ronnie O'Sullivan won his first World title in 2001 by defeating John Higgins 18–14 in the final and won prize moey of GBP 260000.
    Date :07-May-2001

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  • World Championship
    John Higgins won his second World title by defeating qualifier Mark Selby in 2007 by 18–13 in the final and won prize money of GBP 220000.
    Date :07-May-2007

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  • World Championship
    Ronnie O'Sullivan won his fourth world title by defeating Ali Carter 18–11 in the World Championship final in 2012 and won prize money of GB
    Date :07-May-2012

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Birthday Of The Week

  • Nick Varner
    Country : United States
    Date : 15-May-1948

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  • Ben Woollaston
    Country : England
    Date : 14-May-1987

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  • Stuart Carrington
    Country : United Kingdom
    Date : 14-May-1990

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  • Graeme Dott
    Country : Scotland
    Date : 12-May-1977

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  • Graham Miles
    Country : United Kingdom
    Date : 11-May-1941

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  • John Parrott
    Country : United Kingdom
    Date : 11-May-1964

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  • Cliff Wilson
    Country : Gwent
    Date : 10-May-1934

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  • John Lardner
    Country : United Kingdom
    Date : 10-May-1972

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2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 1101000
3 Neil Robertson 965000
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6 Kyren Wilson 621500
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8 Shaun Murphy 481000
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