Betfair Snooker Shoot Out 2013 - Draw & Rules

Betfair Snooker Shoot Out 2013 - Draw & Rules

Here is the draw and playing rules for the third staging of the Betfair Snooker Shoot in the Tower Circus Arena, Blackpool. Will defending champion Barry Hawkins once again take home the £32,000 first prize?

Betfair Shoot Out



Snooker Shoot Out Draw

Joe Perry v Michael White
Mark Williams v Mike Dunn
Adam Duffy v Jack Lisowski
Tom Ford v Mark Allen
David Gilbert v Ricky Walden
Mark Davis v Yu Delu
Aditya Mehta v Mark Joyce
Marcus Campbell v Matthew Stevens
Stuart Bingham v Anthony Hamilton
Jamie Jones v Mark King
Alan McManus v Fergal O'Brien
Rob Milkins v Ali Carter
Steve Davis v Barry Hawkins
Peter Ebdon v Dominic Dale
Jamie Burnett v Michael Holt
Mark Selby v Ken Doherty
Paul Davison v Ben Woollaston
Tian Pengfei v Jimmy Robertson
Kurt Maflin v Jamie Cope
Martin Gould v Rory McLeod
Graeme Dott v Matthew Selt
Dave Harold v Rod Lawler
Gerard Greene v Alfie Burden
Peter Lines v John Higgins
Shaun Murphy v Liu Chuang
Liang Wenbo v Stephen Maguire
Andy Hicks v Andrew Higginson
Jimmy White v Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Anthony McGill v Barry Pinches
Nigel Bond v Cao Yupeng
Xiao Guodong v Ryan Day
Ding Junhui v Robbie Williams


Here are the rules for the tournament. You may spot that the shot clock times have changed (15 seconds for first 5 minutes & 10 seconds for last 5 minutes), meaning that it will either get very fast paced and exciting, or we will see a lot of balls missed!

Snooker Shoot Out Rules

All matches up to and including the final will be one frame. All matches will be a maximum of 10 minutes in duration with a shot clock; the first 5 minutes at 15 seconds, and the remaining 5 minutes at 10 seconds. The other rules are:

• All fouls to result in opposing player having the ball in hand. Clock starts when player takes cueball.

• Players must hit a cushion or pot a ball on every shot

• Players ‘lag’ for who breaks (winner decides)

• Blue ball shoot out in event that points are tied in frame (winner of lag decides who goes first). Cueball placed in D.



Posted Jan 25, 2013
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