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Snooker Betting

Snooker
Aussie Rules Score Win Win
20 - 49 16/1 1/100

Snooker Betting

Welcome to snooker odds & betting at Sky Bet. We're making betting better with the best odds on the big national & international snooker tournaments including the World Championship, UK Championship, The Masters or any other snooker event across the world. If you're looking for the best betting prices and latest odds you'll find everything you need right here, we have all the latest snooker tournament odds, individual match betting as well as a range of other markets and specials including quarter betting, correct score odds, enhanced accumulators, total frames and handicap odds.

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Maximum Break Betting

A popular bet amongst punters is whether a 147 break will be scored in big snooker events and of course there have been several memorable maximums on the major stage.

The first 147 at the World Championship was achieved by Canada’s ‘Grinder’ Cliff Thorburn in 1983 while Jimmy White (1992), Stephen Hendry (1995, 2009, 2012), Ronnie O’Sullivan (1997, 2003, 2008), Mark Williams (2005) and Ali Carter (2008) are the others to have managed Crucible maximums.

O’Sullivan’s effort in 1997 against Mick Price, timed at five minutes 20 seconds, is the fastest ever recorded in the professional game while the Rocket famously compiled a dramatic 147 in a final frame decider against Mark Selby at the 2007 UK Championship.

Interestingly the only three maximums in Masters history have been made by non-British players, namely Canada’s Kirk Stevens (1984), China’s Ding Junhui (2007) and Hong Kong’s Marco Fu (2015).

The Masters, which makes up the Triple Crown, is the second longest running snooker event behind the worlds although there are no ranking points on offer as it remains a purely invitational tournament of just 16 players - who are usually the highest ranked in the world at the time.

The event began in 1975 when John Spencer beat Ray Reardon 9-8 in a thriller and has always been held in London, although the venue switched to Alexandra Palace from Wembley in 2012.

Snooker’s biggest names of the past such as Ray Reardon, Steve Davis, Alex Higgins and Cliff Thorburn have all won this trophy – as well as one of the most lucrative winners’ cheques in the sport – but none more so than Stephen Hendry, who won it five times in a row and six in total during the height of his powers in the early 1990s.

In more recent years Ronnie O’Sullivan collected his fifth Masters title in 2014 while Shaun Murphy’s 2015 triumph over Neil Robertson saw him become just the 10th player in history to complete the Triple Crown having previously won the worlds and UK.

The others are Stephen Hendry (7 worlds, 5 UKs & 6 Masters), Steve Davis (6 worlds, 6 UKs & 3 Masters), Ronnie O’Sullivan (5 worlds, 5 UKs & 5 Masters), John Higgins (4 worlds, 3 UKs & 2 Masters), Mark Williams (2 worlds, 2 UKs & 2 Masters), Alex Higgins (2 worlds, 1 UKs & 2 Masters), Mark Selby (1 worlds, 1 UKs & 3 Masters), Terry Griffiths (1 worlds, 1 UKs & 1 Masters) and Neil Robertson (1 worlds, 1 UKs & 1 Masters).

Masters Most Titles

  1. Stephen Hendry – 6
  2. Ronnie O’Sullivan – 5
  3. Steve Davis – 3
  4. Mark Selby – 3
  5. Cliff Thorburn – 3
  6. Paul Hunter - 3
  7. John Higgins – 2
  8. Mark Williams – 2
  9. Alex Higgins – 2
  10. John Spencer – 1
  11. Ray Reardon – 1
  12. Doug Mountjoy – 1
  13. Perrie Mans – 1
  14. Terry Griffiths – 1
  15. Jimmy White – 1
  16. Dennis Taylor - 1
  17. Alan McManus – 1
  18. Matthew Stevens – 1
  19. Ding Junhui – 1
  20. Neil Robertson - 1
  21. Shaun Murphy – 1

Masters Snooker Finals

  1. 1975 – John Spencer 9-8 Ray Reardon
  2. 1976 – Ray Reardon 7-3 Graham Miles
  3. 1977 – Doug Mountjoy 7-6 Ray Reardon
  4. 1978 – Alex Higgins 7-5 Cliff Thorburn
  5. 1979 – Perrie Mans 8-4 Alex Higgins
  6. 1980 – Terry Griffiths 9-5 Alex Higgins
  7. 1981 – Alex Higgins 9-6 Terry Griffiths
  8. 1982 – Steve Davis 9-5 Terry Griffiths
  9. 1983 – Cliff Thorburn 9-7 Ray Reardon
  10. 1984 – Jimmy White 9-5 Terry Griffiths
  11. 1985 - Cliff Thorburn 9-6 Doug Mountjoy
  12. 1986 – Cliff Thorburn 9-5 Jimmy White
  13. 1987 – Dennis Taylor 9-8 Alex Higgins
  14. 1988 – Steve Davis 9-0 Mike Hallett
  15. 1989 – Stephen Hendry 9-6 John Parrott
  16. 1990 - Stephen Hendry 9-4 John Parrott
  17. 1991 – Stephen Hendry 9-8 Mike Hallett
  18. 1992 – Stephen Hendry 9-4 John Parrott
  19. 1993 – Stephen Hendry 9-5 James Wattana
  20. 1994 – Alan McManus 9-8 Stephen Hendry
  21. 1995 – Robbie O’Sullivan 9-3 John Higgins
  22. 1996 - Stephen Hendry 10-5 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  23. 1997 – Steve Davis 10-8 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  24. 1998 – Mark Williams 10-9 Stephen Hendry
  25. 1999 – John Higgins 10-8 Ken Doherty
  26. 2000 – Matthew Stevens 10-8 Ken Doherty
  27. 2001 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Fergal O’Brien
  28. 2002 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Mark Williams
  29. 2003 – Mark Williams 10-4 Stephen Hendry
  30. 2004 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  31. 2005 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-3 John Higgins
  32. 2006 – John Higgins 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  33. 2007 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-3 Ding Junhui
  34. 2008 – Mark Selby 10-3 Stephen Lee
  35. 2009 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-8 Mark Selby
  36. 2010 – Mark Selby 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  37. 2011 – Ding Junhui 10-4 Marco Fu
  38. 2012 – Neil Robertson 10-6 Shaun Murphy
  39. 2013 – Mark Selby 10-6 Neil Robertson
  40. 2014 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-4 Mark Selby
  41. 2015 – Shaun Murphy 10-2 Neil Robertson

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