Snooker Shootout 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, draw, fixtures, players, tickets, TV coverage UK

Snooker Shootout 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, draw, fixtures, players, tickets, TV coverage UK

After two days of grueling action at the 2023 Snooker Shootout Asjad Iqbal and Gradinari have emerged as the darkhorse to win the competition, here, we look at the latest results, the schedule, results, draw, prize money, dates, timings, & the TV coverage details of this ongoing tournament

Asjad Iqbal of Pakistan defeated Jimmy Robertson in the second round of the BetVictor Shoot Out with an amazing break of 64, advancing him to the last 32 of a ranking tournament for the first time. Reanne Evans lost to Gary Wilson by a score of 4-83 in the meanwhile to crash out from the tournament.

Snooker Shootout 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, draw, fixtures, players, tickets and TV coverage UK


2023 Snooker Shoot Out day 3 results, winners, scores, final day schedule, date, time, venue, & list of participants

Earlier on Wednesday, 14-year-old Gradinari eliminated Ng On Yee for becoming the youngest competitor to triumph in a ranking event’s televised match. During Thursday’s second-round matches, the youngster from Leeds once more displayed his potential by emerging victorious against Sarkis after a hard-fought contest thanks to his vital break of 28. Meanwhile, audience favorite Dechawat Poomjaeng defeated Thepchaiya Un-Nooh in an all-Thai match to qualify for the round-of-32 of a ranking event for the first time since 2016.

With time running out, David Grace was down 42-46 to Ashley Hugill, but he won thanks to a huge fluke on the final red when he managed to escape a snooker and added the black for the victory. While 2014 Shoot Out champion Dominic Dale made a 42 to defeat Ken Doherty, Mark Davis put together break of 66 to eliminate Shaun Murphy. In the standout match of Thursday, three-time world champion Mark Williams survived a scare against Dean Young to win by score of 45-41 and qualify for the next round.

2023 Snooker Shoot Out: second-round results (27th January)

  • Jordan Brown 0-68 Yuan Sijun
  • Ken Doherty 0-76 Dominic Dale
  • Julian LeClercq 93-5 Haydon Pinhey
  • Mark Williams 45-41 Dean Young
  • Sam Craigie 17-87 Lukas Kleckers
  • Michael White 39-7 Callum Beresford
  • Barry Pinches 22-42 Cao Yupeng
  • Shaun Murphy 0-89 Mark Davis
  • Joe Perry 30-16 Jamie Jones
  • John Astley 7-53 Dylan Emery
  • Gerard Greene 37-55 Ali Carter
  • Chris Wakelin 49-7 Alfie Burden
  • Jak Jones 54-32 Michael Georgiou
  • David Grace 50-46 Ashley Hugill
  • Vladislav Gradinari 42-20 Victor Sarkis
  • Jamie O’Neill 12-44 Martin Gould
  • Ben Woollaston 13-9 Rory McLeod
  • Steven Hallworth 23-65 Noppon Saengkham
  • Daniel Wells 38-2 Riley Powell
  • Michael Holt 37-13 Robbie McGuigan
  • David Lilley 67-7 Elliot Slessor
  • Xu Si 46-30 Xiao Guodong
  • Jack Lisowski 53-7 Adam Duffy
  • Gary Wilson 83-4 Reanne Evans
  • Jackson Page 32-69 Fergal O’Brien
  • Ben Mertens 52-55 Fan Zhengyi
  • Asjad Iqbal 73-33 Jimmy Robertson
  • Ross Muir 22-29 Tom Ford
  • Zhou Yuelong 52-31 Robbie Williams
  • Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 40-62 Dechawat Poomjaeng
  • Liam Highfield 57-35 Louis Heathcote
  • Robert Milkins 4-83 Alexander Ursenbacher

Snooker Shoot Out 2023 : third-round schedule (28th January)

  •  Cao Yupeng vs Ali Carter 
  •  Fergal O’Brien vs Julien Leclercq 
  •  Tom Ford vs Vladislav Gradinari 
  •  Dominic Dale vs Asjad Iqbal 
  •  Fan Zhengyi vs Michael Holt 
  •  David Grace vs David Lilley 
  •  Daniel Wells vs Ben Woollaston 
  •  Michael White vs Alexander Ursenbacher
  • Joe Perry vs Chris Wakelin
  • Jak Jones vs Xu Si 
  • Lukas Kleckers vs Yuan Sijun 
  • Zhou Yuelong vs Gary Wilson
  • Dylan Emery vs Noppon Saengkham
  • Liam Highfield vs Martin Gould
  • Mark Davis vs Jack Lisowski
  • Mark Williams vs Dechawat Poomjaeng

2023 Snooker Shoot Out: prize money distribution

It is already known that the competition’s winner will receive £50,000 out of the $171,000 total prize fund. The second-place finisher in the competition will receive £20,000 as opposed to each semi-final loser receiving £8,000. Due to their tragic loss in the second round, big names like David Grace and Shaun Murphy will each get £500 in prize money.

  • Winner: £50,000
  • Runner-up: £20,000
  • Semi-final: £8,000
  • Quarter-final: £4,000
  • Last 16: £2,000
  • Third-Round Losers: £1,000
  • Second-Round losers: £500
  • Last 128: £250
  • Highest break: £5,000
  • Total: £171,000

When and where to watch: live stream & TV coverage telecast

If a fan is unable to attend this renowned event, they can watch it live on Eurosport or Discovery+. On the other hand, spectators can purchase tickets from this website if they want to watch this event live at the Morningside Arena.

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