It’s time for the second edition of our weekly quizzes. See if you can up your score from last time.
Click for week one questions and answers.
Tackle these 15 snooker teasers to find out if you are a mastermind of the baize. The answers will be posted tomorrow. Good luck!
- Three maximum 147 breaks have been made in the history of the Masters. Can you name the three players and their respective nationalities?
- In 1976, Ray Reardon defeated Alex Higgins 27-16 in the last World Championship final before the event moved to the Crucible. What was the venue?
- How many centuries did Marco Fu make on his way to winning the 2016 Scottish Open?
- Which year did Shaun Murphy beat Neil Robertson in the Masters final to complete his Triple Crown collection?
- Judd Trump won his first ten ranking event matches this season. Who inflicted his first ranking defeat of the campaign at the 2019 China Championship?
- Mark Selby beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final of which tournament in 2008 to pick up his maiden ranking title?
- What unusual situation caused Neil Robertson to forfeit his 2019 World Open qualifying match to Ian Burns earlier this season?
- Which referee took charge of their first ever World Championship final last year?
- In 1997, Steve Davis won a thrilling clash with Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-8 to secure the last of his three Masters titles. What caused the final to be temporarily brought to a halt?
- Current Wimbledon singles champion Simona Halep follows only two people on Twitter and one of them is a snooker professional. Name the player.
- How many ranking titles has current UK Champion Ding Junhui won in his career?
15. Name the pictured player.
- Who beat John Higgins in the final of this season’s Six Red World Championship?
- I am a former World Champion and lost all three of my Masters final appearances. Who am I?
- Who did Shaun Murphy beat 9-1 in this season’s Welsh Open final?
- Name the player pictured above, who was runner-up in the final of this season’s Riga Masters.
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