Judd Trump and Ronnie O’Sullivan have contested three straight Northern Ireland Open finals.
With the BetVictor Northern Ireland Open under a week away, we’ve decided to dedicate this week’s Pot Luck Quiz to the Belfast event.
Pot Luck Quiz week one questions – Answers
Pot Luck Quiz week two questions – Answers
Pot Luck Quiz Week three questions – Answers
Pot Luck Quiz Week four questions – Answers
Here are 15 questions to put your knowledge to the test, look out for the answers tomorrow…
- Mark King won the inaugural Northern Ireland Open in 2016. Can you name the venue?
- Who did King defeat in the 2016 semi-finals?
- Remarkably Judd Trump has beaten Ronnie O’Sullivan in the last three finals with the same scoreline on each occasion. What was the score?
- Who did Mark Williams beat in the 2017 final?
- What was the score in that 2017 final?
- Name the current venue of the Northern Ireland Open.
- Northern Irish Under-21 champion Christopher Clifford was given a wildcard to this year’s event. Clifford is a top amateur player, but what is his day job?
- Who is the other wildcard from Northern Ireland this year?
- Northern Irish number one Mark Allen’s best run in the event saw him reach the quarter-finals in 2016. Who put him out that year?
- Who is the Northern Ireland Open trophy named after?
- Due to the coronavirus pandemic, last year’s event was held outside of Northern Ireland. What was the venue?
- Which English player reached his first ever ranking event semi-final in Belfast in 2017?
- Who did Judd Trump beat in last year’s semi-finals?
- Which player made the first maximum break in Northern Ireland Open history in 2016?
- Who will World Champion and world number one Mark Selby face in the opening round next week?
Tickets remain available for this next week’s event in Belfast, which runs from October 9th to 17th. You can witness the best players on the planet for as little as £7. Click here to book now.
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