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Snooker Masters 2017 Betting Odds
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Snooker Masters 2017 Betting DrawYou have to look at the draw of course for some betting planning because if there are big early clashes between two contenders, then you have to put some further consideration in. Obviously the top two seeds, O’Sullivan and Selby are on opposite sides of the draw so they could only meet up in the final. They have met three times before in the final of the Masters and Selby holds a 2-1 head to head lead from those clashes. Selby has a little bit of an easier route to the final than O’Sullivan does in this one. Selby opens against 15th seed Mark Williams and then would face either Shaun Murphy or last year’s losing finalist Barry Hawkins in the second road. The highest seed that Selby would have to get past on the way to the final is third seed Stuart Bingham, although Ding Junhui remains a dangerous floater in the half. As for O’Sullivan he could meet up with Neil Robertson in the quarter final sand then have to go through either Judd Trump or John Higgins in the semi finals. The Rocket opens against 12th seed Liang Wenbo. So O’Sullivan could be facing tougher games down the line than what Shelby is going to have to do. It’s a tougher run for O’Sullivan that what it was last year, that's for sure, despite beating Selby in the quarter finals. First Round Masters 2017 Draw Ronnie O’Sullivan v Liang Wenbo Neil Robertson v Ali Carter Judd Trump v Marco Fu John Higgins v Mark Allen Stuart Bingham v Joe Perry Ding Junhui v Kyren Wilson Shaun Murphy v Barry Hawkins Mark Selby v Mark Williams
Snooker Masters 2017 To Reach Final Betting OddsRonnie O’Sullivan 5/4, Mark Selby 7/4, John Higgins 3/1, Judd Trump 3/1, Ding Junhui 9/2, Neil Robertson 5/1, Shaun Murphy 7/1, Stuart Bingham 10/1, Barry Kiwanis 14/1, Mark Allen 14/1, Marco Fu 14/1, 20/1 bar
Snooker Masters 2017 Betting PredictionsIt has pretty much been Selby and O’Sullivan dominating this for some time. Only Shaun Murphy in 2015, Neil Robertson in 2012 and Ding Junhui in 2011 have managed to break them up. However, this year we are going to go outside of the box and suggest that there is some massive dark horse value running in Judd Trump at 3/1 with Coral. Well, he’s not exactly a dark horse, but he was in cracking form in last year’s Masters, but that epic quarter final took something out of him and then he went down to Barry Hawkins surprisingly in the semi’s. He should be back stronger for that experience this year and even though he is lumped in the congested top half, with eyes and pressure on others, he could slide through. Look for Selby to still dominate the bottom half of the draw as there’s no clash with Ronnie O’Sullivan until the final potentially for him this season. This is likely to be a wide open tournament and ultimately it may just boil down to whether or not O'Sullivan is in the mood. But the Rocket is too short of a price in the outright, so look for Trump or Selby to rule.
Snooker Betway UK Championship 2016 Betting OddsRonnie O’Sullivan 4/1, Mark Selby 5/1, Judd Trump 13/2, Ding Junhui 7/1, Neil Robertson 10/1, Shaun Murphy 18/1, John Higgins 20/1, Stuart Bingham 22/1, 33/1 bar
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Snooker Betway UK Championship 2016 DrawSo there is a massive field here at the Barbican Centre and you can break your betting down into sections. You will find a high seed in each of the eight sections and top seed Neil Robertson is the big gun in the first section. Ronnie O’Sullivan goes in the second section which means that down the line, there could be a quarter final clash between Robertson and O’Sullivan. From section three and four respectively you would have Ding Junhui and Judd Trump on a quarter final collision course and then the winner of that would square off against the winner of the potential, Robertson v O’Sullivan match up in final four. So there is no easy path to the final that’s for sure from the key players in the top half of the draw, although it would be a big surprise if they weren’t all there at that quarter final stage. Stuart Bingham heads up the fifth section and Shaun Murphy in section 6 in the top part of the bottom half of the draw. Those actually look very wide opens sections of the draw really with some notable contenders floating around like Barry Hawkins, last year’s losing finalist Liang Wenbo and Graeme Dott. That is the area of the draw which looks like a bit of a crap shoot, which is good news for the bottom section of the bottom half of the draw. John Higgins is top seed in the seventh section, opposing Mark Selby in the eighth section. So those two could potentially clash up in the quarter finals, which may well lead to the winner of that having a relatively comfortable semi final opponent from the weaker top half of the bottom half of the draw. The first four rounds of the Snooker Betway UK Championship 2016 is all over 11 frames. That continues then through the quarter finals and the semi finals, but the final itself steps up to the best of 19 frames. The Final will be contested on December 4th and split between and afternoon and evening session.
Snooker Betway UK Championship 2016 Betting PredictionIt is worth a look at the previous nine ranking tournaments across the season to see where the titles have gone to. Of the main contenders for the UK Championship 2016, you have Neil Robertson, Mark Selby, Judd Trump, Ding Junhui all having won a ranking even this season. Of them, Selby is the only one to have claimed two this season with the title in the recent International Championship to add to his Paul Hunter Classic win back in August. So you would be leaning towards Selby with form and perhaps Ding Junhui, who ranking win came at the end of September at the Shanghai Masters and that followed a win at the Six-Red World Championship. You have had an English or Chinese winner in eight of the last nine tournament (ranking and unranking) this season. So there is that to look at and of course, the history of the UK Championship itself. This is where O’Sullivan comes into play a little but but he's been to the final just once in the last eight seasons so is worth skipping over. Mark Selby has been to two of the last four finals and Judd Trump has been to two of the last five finals. Australia’s Neil Robertson has been to two of the last three. So again, going back to something we mentioned earlier, you are leaning towards the top ranking players in the game. Now to break it down further and we would be looking at Mark Selby to come through the field. He has one of the more comfortable draws and looks as solid wager as he is a steady performer in the UK Championship. His confidence should be high as well after his recent win at the International Championship. Mark Selby 6/1 outright at Bet Victor is our tip.
Snooker World Championship 2016 OddsRonnie O’Sullivan 7/4, Neil Robertson 6/1, Judd Trump 6/1, Mark Selby 8/1, Shaun Murphy 12/1, John Higgins 18/1, Ding Junhui 18/1, Mark Allen 20/1, Stuart Bingham 28/1, Barry Hawkins 33/1, bar 40/1.
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Snooker World Championship 2016 DrawThe qualifiers took place from April 6th through 13th and Ding Junhui was the highest profile player through there. He dropped only seven games in his three qualifying rounds to make it back to the Crucible after dropping down the world rankings to have to go through qualifying to get back to the Crucible. What makes things interesting about Ding is that he will be eligible to face any of the top sixteen players in the first round and no-one will be wanting that. Shaun Murphy was the last winner of the Snooker World Championship as a qualifier. The 32 players (the top sixteen in the world automatically qualify) will be joined by the sixteen qualifiers who have made it to the crucible. The top seed is reigning champion Stuart Bingham after his victory last season. The first round of the Snooker World Championship 2016 is over 19 frames while the second round and the quarter finals are both over the best of 25 frames. The semi finals go over the best of 33 frames and the final goes a little longer being the best of 35 frames. The final of the Snooker World Championship 2016 will be played over May 1st and 2nd.
Quarters Snooker World Championship 2016 By seeds1st quarter: Stuart Bingham (1), John Higgins (8), Ricky Walden (9), Stephen Maguire (16) 2nd quarter: Neil Robertson (4), Judd Trump (5), Martin Gould (12), Mark Williams (13) 3rd quarter: Shaun Murphy (4, Ronnie O’Sullivan (6), Barry Hawkins (11), Marco Fu (14) 4th Quarter: Mark Selby (2), Mark Allen (7), Joe Perry (10), Michael White (15)
Snooker World Championship History and StatsThis is the 40th season that the Snooker World Championship will be held at the Crucible so there is a long history between the event and the Sheffield arena. The most number of titles won at the world Championship has long been held by the great Joe Davis who claimed 15 titles in his career (all consecutive too!). None of the modern day greats can even get close to that with the retired Stephen Hendry at seven titles though his illustrious career including a five-year winning streak at the Crucible. Along with Joe Davis, the only ones ahead of Hendry’s tally of World Titles are Fred Davis and John Pulman with 8 each. Ronnie O’Sullivan is on five titles and recently Stuart Bingham said that while O'Sullivan is the best player in the game at the moment, he’s not the greatest, that honour falling to Hendy because of his number of titles. Ronnie O’Sullivan has been in three of the last four finals, winning two of them. England have produced the highest amount of World Champions as well as the highest tally of titles. There have been twelve English winners of the World Championship Snooker, combining for a total of 51 titles.
Snooker World Championship 2016 PredictionThe draw makes things a little interesting here because you have Neil Robertson and Judd Trump together in the second quarter. So one of the big guns will be missing out on the semi finals. So that makes things a little unpredictable in backing either of them because of a huge hurdle that they could both face, as they would be on course for a quarter final clash. There's a similar story in the third quarter with Shaun Murphy and Ronnie O’Sullivan set for a quarter final showdown, although The Rocket would be heavy favourite to win that matchup. So down in the bottom quarter of the draw is where we are going to find our prediction for the Snooker World Championship 2016 and that is Mark Selby. The 2014 champion has a quarter that he could navigate his way through pretty comfortably. That would put him on course for a semi final against the winner of O’Sullivan’s quarter but Selby took O'Sullivan down at the Circle in the 2014 final and that may be a guide.
Snooker Players Championship 2016 Betting OddsJudd Trump 4/1, Shaun Murphy 5/1, Mark Allen 9/1, Ding Junhui 10/1, Marco Fu 16/1, Barry Hawkins 16/1, Mark Williams 18/1, Martin Gould 25/1, Kyren Wilson 28/1, 33/1 bar
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Snooker Players Championship 2016 DrawSo there is a long process to get to the Snooker Players Championship 2016 that the players have to go through, having to roll through seven minor-ranking events in order to pick up the points to make it high enough into the Order of Merit. In this season’s Snooker Players Championship 2016 draw it does get interesting because outright favourite to win the title Judd Trump is actually only seeded 24th in the draw and leading the way is second seed Barry Hawkins, who is the highest ranked player in the draw because Mark Selby, the overall top seed in the Order Of Merit, withdrew. The event is a straight knockout tournament with the first round going over just the best of seven games. It stays that way through the last sixteen and the quarter finals as well, so it is quite a rapid-fire type of tournament. Things get extended out to the best of 11 frames in the semifinals and then the Final itself is a full on affair of the best of 19 frames.
Snooker Players Championship History and StatsThere’s not a lot of history to go by on this one as it is a fairly never event. The first Snooker Players Championship held in 2010 when Shaun Murphy went to the final and beat Martin Gould 4-0. The previous finals have only been over the best of seven frames until things got tweaked this season. Actually three of the four previous Snooker Players Championship finals have been won by a 4-0 scoreline. Stephen Lee won it in 2012 with a victory over Neil Robertson and again Neil Robertson was thwarted at the final hurdle a year later when he was beaten by Ding Junhui in the final. Barry Hawkins claimed the 2014 title before Joe Perry took down Mark Williams in last season’s final which was held in Bangkok. Because it is a fairly new event there has been significant changes in its format down the few years that it has been running, with changes to the Order Of Merit and who it accommodates in the tournament. It is an event which looks as if it is still finding its feet.
Snooker World Grand Prix 2016 Betting OddsRonnie O’Sullivan 2/1, Neil Robertson 7/1, Mark Selby 7/1, Judd Trump 8/1, John Higgins 18/1, Shuan Murphy 22/1, Mark Allen 25/1, Barry Hawkins 33/1, Ding Junhui 33/1, bar 40/1
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Draw FormatThis event is for the top 32 ranked players in the world and the seeds come together from the opposite ends to meet up in matches. So for example, number one seed John Higgins faces number thirty two seed Stephen Maguire, number two seed Neil Robertson faces number thirty-one seed Peter Ebdon and so on until you meet in the middle with number sixteen Matthew Selt taking on seventeenth seed Ryan Day. It is a straight knockout format with the best of seven frame matches being played for the first round, the last sixteen and the quarter finals. The semi finals then step it up to the best of 11 frames and then the final of the Snooker World Grand Prix 2016 will be contested over 19 frames.
Snooker World Grand Prix History and StatsThe tournament started back in 1982 and it has gone through some changes since then. Incidentally, Ray Reardon was the inaugural winner of the event and winners following on from him reads as a who’s-who of snooker, with Stephen Hendry, Steve Davis, Jimmy Whites and John Higgins all having lifted the title. Ronnie O'Sullivan is a former winner as well, but his only triumph at the event came back in 2004 when he beat Ian McCulloch 9-5 in the final. he has lost his other four appearances in the final of the event. Here’s a great bit of trivia, the 1985 final contested between Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor has gone down in history as the longest ever one-day final. It took over ten hours for them to settle the score (Davis taking a 10-9 victory). John Higgins scored four consecutive century breaks in the 2005 final. The only players to have won the Snooker World Grand Prix four times is John Higgins and Stephen Hendry. It is a tournament which has gone through a lot of changes when back in the day, the top 32 players entering at the round of 64 meaning that more upsets were caused. Then it was switched to group stages which caused even more random matches and results and it even went to an FA Cup style draw when it went back to a knockout format in 2008.
Snooker World Grand Prix 2016 PredictionsStrangely, for reasons unknown, Ronnie O’Sullivan has failed to deliver when it counts at the Snooker World Grand Prix. Four finals he has lost, which is a pretty poor strike rate from him. He has been on top of his game this year though as his easy win at the Masters and the Welsh Open proves. At such short odds though he really isn’t going to a tremendous amount of value to be throwing wagers at. That having been said, you don’t want to be backing a player who could potentially run into O'Sullivan before the final, so look in the opposite half of the draw. You have Mark Selby, Judd Trump and John Higgins all up there. Trump beat O’Sullivan recently in the Championship League and he is the defending champion of the Snooker World Grand Prix and trading at a chunky 8/1 price to defend his title it’s worth an each way shot on him.
World Snooker championship 2015 betting oddsRonnie O’Sullivan 2/1, Neil Robertson 6/1, Judd Trump 6/1, Mark Selby 8/1, Shaun Murphy 11/1, Ding Junhui 16/1, 25/1 bar Because of the setup of the draw, you can take a nice early look at the Name The Finalists market for your Snooker World champions 2015 betting. If O’Sullivan continues his brilliant form at the Crucible, then you would pair him up with either Neil Robertson at 7/1 or an O’Sullivan/Selby final at 9/1 with Boylesports. Fourth seed Neil Robertson should have full command of the second quarter of the draw and could clash with Selby in the semi finals. Online betting site Boylesports have a World Snooker Championship 2015 betting promotion running. They will refund lost stakes on the outright winner market if it is Judd Trump who goes on to lift the title this year. This great snooker betting offer applies to pre-tournament bets only and the maximum free bet refund on offer is £50! New customers registering an account with Boylesports can earn up to a free £50 bet as well as a welcome bonus from the popular bookmaker.
2013 Snooker World Championship Betting Info The Crucible in Sheffield will see the return of Ronnie O’Sullivan to the game after his self imposed exile. There was doubts over whether or not he would return to defend the crown he won last year, fortunately for snooker fans, he has. But his return should not overshadow the fact that there is a very strong, competitive field in contention for this year’s prestigious title, with the action starting on April 20th. Which Ronnie O’Sullivan will turn up, and will he really be able to mount a title defence?
2013 Snooker World Championship Betting Favourite The bookies have been quick to install O’Sullivan as one of the favourites, but online bookmaker Unibet have put Australia’s Neil Robertson at the head of the field at 6/1. Robertson goes as third seed for the event which he won back in 2010. He made a quarter final run last season, butheads into this year’s edition in some pretty strong form. Only once in the last seven ranking tournaments has Robertson failed to make it to the quarter finals. In his last three, he went to the semis of the World Open, the final of the Players Tour Championship and then trended all the way to the win at the China Open. That was his third ranking final of the season, taking just the one title. But generally he has been pretty solid and consistent, and makes a much more sensible outright favourite for your 2013 Snooker World Championship betting.
Other Contenders Ronnie O’Sullivan is in the field and if the world class player that he is shows up, then he will be a contender. He could either crash and burn or hit the headlines here. The thing about Ronnie O'Sullivan is that he has been out of the game for so long now that you just don’t know what you are going to get. He has the natural talent of course in his game, but lack of competitive snooker could hinder him. The four time World Champion hasn’t played for the last twelve months and naturally there is a big media circus around him and his return. Perhaps just too short of a price to back with a lot of confidence.
The world number one Mark Selby, the 2013 Masters champion goes as number two and will be on the opposite side of the draw from O’Sullivan. Along with the Masters he won the UK Championship as well this season and recently made the final of the China Open. While there have been some highs on his season, in between there has been a lot of falling in the early rounds of ranking tournaments. So can be a bit hit and miss, but still a class act when it comes down to it. He has yet to get his hands on the World Championship, and bombed in the first round of last season’s event at the Crucible. Not to be counted out.
Judd Trump is in the top half of the draw alongside Ronnie O’Sullivan in 2013 Snooker World Championship betting. Trump won the International Championship but his recent form in ranking tournaments has dropped, losing in the first round of the Player Tour Championship Finals and the China Open. This is only his fourth appearance in the main draw of the World Championship and he famously went to the final back in 2011 where he lost to John Higgins. Such an exciting talent though and as he avoids Selby and Robertson in the draw, then does make a decent proposition.
You are really looking at the big guns of Selby, Trump and Robertson as the front runners, followed by O’Sullivan.
Best Outside Bet Well in terms of looking for value, it has to be John Higgins. He won the World Championship for the fourth time in his career in 2011, beating Judd Trump in the final. He claimed just one ranking title in 2012, the Shanghai Masters and hasn’t gotten his hands on one in 2013. He is a proven winner of the event of course and that may make him a threat. He could line up against O’Sullivan in the quarter finals, which would be a fascinating clash. Not in the best of form at all, but he is at home in the Crucible and worth a look at long odds of 11/1 with online bookmaker Unibet.
Latest 2013 Snooker World Championship Betting Prices at online bookmaker Unibet Neil Robertson 6/1, Ronnie O’Sullivan 13/2, Mark Selby 13/2, Judd Trump 13/2, Ding Junhui 10/1, John Higgins 11/1, Mark Allen 12/1, Stephen Maguire 14/1
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