We look back at the biggest winners thus far from an incredible 2023–24 campaign on the green baize ahead of the 50th Masters in London.


Even though snooker is an extremely skilled game, we have selected the greatest mishaps of 2023 since luck is always welcome.

The professional snooker players on this list are arranged according to the quantity of “ranking titles” they have achieved. A tournament that is taken into account for the global snooker rankings is called a ranking title. In the 1976–1977 season, world rankings were first introduced and were predicated on the outcomes of the three World Championships that had come before. As a result, Ray Reardon’s victory in the 1974 World Championship was considered the first ranking tournament in retrospect.


The World Championship was the only ranking event until 1982. Two additional ranking events, the Professional Players Tournament and the International Open, were added to the snooker calendar for the 1982–1983 season. The UK Championship was first held as a non-ranking competition before being upgraded to a ranking event in 1984. Over time, more ranking competitions were created. There were twenty events worth ranking points in the 2018–19 season.


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