This is a list of professional snooker players ordered by the number of "ranking titles" they have won. A ranking title is a tournament which counts towards the snooker world rankings. The first ranking event was thus the World Championship , won by Ray Reardon. Wins in these tournaments are referred to as "minor-ranking titles". All the minor-ranking tournaments from to were part of the Players Tour Championship. Stephen Hendry holds the record for the most ranking titles with
There have been three ranking systems in place in professional snooker since , which have seen eleven players hold the number-one rank: Ray Reardon, . This is a list of notable amateur and professional snooker players, past and present. Contents. A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y.
His safety — an aspect of the game best appreciated by those who know a little more about the game of snooker than your average punter - is best described as other-worldly.
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So far, in the rich history of cue sports, Olympic status has proved to be elusive. Now an innovative multi-discipline bid, which includes snooker, has been launched to rectify that at the games in Paris. For snooker players the dream of an Olympic medal has always been further flung than the distant horizon, residing… Read More. Judd Trump believes he can build on his Masters triumph and win more titles in the remainder of the season. And the year-old from Bristol is determined to… Read More. Running from February 18 to 20, it will be the first professional snooker event staged at the Staffordshire venue.