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Snooker Legends

Ronald Antonio O'Sullivan is widely believed to be one of the most naturally gifted snooker players in the history of the game. His quick, entertaining and somewhat controversial playing style has made him a favourite among fans and one of the most famous players to date.

Skills & Tips

Skills, Tips and rules can be found in the game sections. Included in the guide is talk about the very controversial 'foul and a miss' rule that still splits opinion amongst snooker players and fans alike.

Some of the Major Competitions in Snooker are watched by millions of TV fans. The World Championships at the Crucible are amongst the highlight of the Sporting Calendar but there are other huge events as well.

Snooker is one of those sports where it is fairly easy to get started but if you need help then we have you covered.

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O'Sullivan keen to recapture top form

British snooker fans never really know what to expect from the talented enigma, Ronnie O'Sullivan. He is often moody, frustrating, and unsociable. However, sometimes he allows the public to glimpse his ambitious side, which is still hungry for further success despite the numerous titles won by the snooker... [read more]

Robertson claims third ranking event

The Welsh snooker player, Matthew Stevens, who was fighting for a second ranking title, was unlucky to come up against an impressive and tough competitor during the final of the Bahrain Championship last weekend. His competitor for the title was Neil Robertson, the Australian snooker player who is... [read more]

Higgins victorious despite impressive comeback from Day

This weekend saw John Higgins win his first ranking event for a year and a half following victory over the impressive Ryan Day at the Royal London Watches Grand Prix. Held in Glasgow, the competition win was the Scot's first success in his home country, his nineteenth ranking title, and his fourth Grand... [read more]

O'Sullivan Down and Out in China

Ronnie O'Sullivan, the world's number one snooker player, has lost out on a £52,000 prize fund after losing 10-8 to Englishman, Ricky Walden, in the Shanghai Masters tournament. O'Sullivan said that his defeat was a disappointment but nothing less than he deserved: "There's no excuse. I just... [read more]

Snooker stars seek to reinvent sport's image

Despite the best efforts of talented, charismatic and entertaining individuals such as Ronnie O'Sullivan and the late Paul Hunter, snooker remains a sport tainted with an unfairly boring reputation. Many young people perceive snooker as a game for older people and overlook it, preferring to indulge... [read more]

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