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Snooker Champions of Champions 2019 Thread


Champions of Champions takes place from Monday 4th November until Sunday 10th November in Ricoh Arena Coventry. 16 players, 4 groups with 4 each, the 2 winners will play each other in evening session and the winner of the group will advance to the semi finals. The group stage afternoon matches will be best of 7, whilst the evening group final (effectively quarter final) matches are best of 11. Semi finals are best of 11 and the final will be best of 19.


Monday 4th November
Group 4 13:00pm:
Neil Robertson 4-0 Martin Gould
Shaun Murphy 4-3 Reanne Evans

19:00pm Group Final:
Neil Robertson 6-5 Shaun Murphy

Tuesday 5th November
Group 3 13:00pm:
Mark Selby 4-0 Yan Bingtao
Mark Allen 4-2 Matthew Selt

19:00pm Group final:
Mark Selby 2-6 Mark Allen

Wednesday 6th November
Group 2 13:00pm:
Judd Trump 4-0 Stephen Maguire
Kyren Wilson 3-4 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

19:00pm Group final:
Judd Trump 6-3 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

Thursday 7th November
Group 1 13:00pm:
Ronnie O'Sullivan 4-3 Jimmy White
John Higgins 4-2 Stuart Bingham

19:00pm Group final:
Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-3 John Higgins

Semi finals (Best of 11)
Friday 8th November
19:00pm Neil Robertson 6-5 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Saturday 9th November
19:00pm Mark Allen 4-6 Judd Trump

The Final (Best of 19)
Sunday 10th November
13:00pm and 19:00pm
Neil Robertson 10-9 Judd Trump

Below are the 16 players that qualified due to being winners in the past year:
Ronnie O Sullivan - Shangahi Masters 2019 winner, 2019 Players Championship Winner, 2019 Tour Championship Winner, 2018 UK Championship winner, 2018 Champions of Champions Winner
Judd Trump - 2019 World Snooker champion, 2019 World Open winner, 2019 International Championship winner, 2019 Masters winner, 2019 World Grand Prix Winner, 2018 Irish Open winner
Mark Selby - English Open 2019 winner
John Higgins - 2019 World Snooker championship runner up, 2019 world cup winner (with Stephen Maguire)
Stephen Maguire - 2019 Snooker 6 reds winner, 2019 world cup winner (with John Higgins
Mark Allen - 2018 Scottish Open winner,
Neil Robertson - 2019 China Open winner, 2019 Welsh Open winner
Shaun Murphy - 2019 China Championship winner
Martin Gould - 2019 Snooker Champions league winner
Matthew Selt - 2019 Indian Open winner
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh - 2019 Snooker Shoot Out winner
Kyren Wilson - 2019 German Masters winner
Yan Bingtao - 2019 Riga Masters winner
Reanne Evans - 2019 World woman's Snooker Championship winner
Stuart Bingham - 2019 Gibraltar Open winner
Jimmy White - 2019 World Seniors championship winner

posted on 9/11/19

Champions of champions will be at Milton Keynes next year apparently.

posted on 9/11/19

Judd through to tommorow final. Very lucky though to be honest. Mark Allen won 4 in row playing very well then had a kick in the 8th frame. If he doesn't get the kick goes 5-3 up instead of 4-4. Judd also fluked the 2nd from last red in the next frame.
He will need to play better tommorow! Looking forward to being there.

posted on 10/11/19

Great match Arsenal, Judd blew it... Shame 😂👌

posted on 10/11/19

Absolutely gutted but Judd will learn from this and come back stronger.

posted on 15/11/19

Anyone been watching the Irish Open? Mark Selby just took 6 minutes taking a shot! He was 66 points ahead with 67 remaining. He wasn't even snookered so no excuse to spend that long on a shot. Higgins then miscues on his next shot!

posted on 15/11/19

Yes, Selby is rightly out... Looking like Judd v Ronnie... C'mon Ron

posted on 17/11/19

What a final this Arsenal.. Currently 8-7 to Judd...

posted on 17/11/19

Well played Judd... Sadly 😑

posted on 17/11/19

Yep it was a great final. When Ronnie made that clearance to pull it back to 1 behind I thought this could be the tour championship match back in March all over again but Judd kept responding and was able to keep his lead.
Good season for Judd 3 titles so far and 3 finals in the last 2 weeks! It would be great to top up a great year by clinching the UK Championship!

posted on 17/11/19

I thought, ok Judd, you have this one, but the UK is the biggi, & Ronnie improved with every match.. Roll on York

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