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Snooker Shoot Out: Results, odds & TV schedule

The Snooker Shoot Out is without question one of the quirkiest and most unique tournaments on the calendar and has become a popular fixture since its introduction 11 years ago.

What:Snooker Shoot Out
Where:Morningside Arena, Leicester
When:Wednesday 25th January - Saturday 28th January
How to watch:Eurosport, bet365 Sports Live Streaming

Final Result

Saturday 28th January

Chris Wakelin 119-0 Julien Leclercq

Semi-Finals Results

Saturday 28th January

Dominic Dale 8-98 Julien Leclercq
Daniel Wells 23-46 Chris Wakelin

Quarter-Finals Results

Saturday 28th January

Chris Wakelin 42-22 Michael White
Michael Holt 23-30 Julien Leclercq
Liam Highfield 32-75 Dominic Dale
Daniel Wells 57-16 Tom Ford

Round 4 Results

Saturday 28th January

Liam Highfield 79-3 Dechawat Poomjaeng
Michael Holt 47-38 Jack Lisowski 
Noppon Saengkham 36-50 Daniel Wells
Chris Wakelin 38-35 Jak Jones
Michael White 50-9 David Grace
Dominic Dale 72-0 Yuelong Zhu
Sijun Yuan 47-53 Julien Leclercq
Tom Ford 20-14 Ali Carter

Round 3 Results

Saturday 28th January

Mark Williams 12-53 Dechawat Poomjaeng
Mark Davis 22-62 Jack Lisowski
Liam Highfield 80-0 Martin Gould
Noppon Saengkham 120-0 Dylan Emery
Yuelong Zhou 74-26 Gary Wilson
Lukas Kleckers 27-35 Sijun Yuan 
Jak Jones 28-8 Si Xu
Joe Perry 14-33 Chris Wakelin
Michael White 56-31 Alexander Ursenbacher
Daniel Wells 32-19 Ben Woollaston
David Grace 49-5 David Lilley
Zhengyi Fan 0-126 Michael Holt
Dominic Dale 63-30 Asjad Iqbal
Tom Ford 91-28  Vladislav Gradinari 
Fergal O'Brien 21-39 Julien Leclercq
Yupeng Cao 0-129 Ali Carter

Selected Round 2 Matches & Results

Friday 27th January

Shaun Murphy 7-89 Mark Davis
Joe Perry 30-16 Jamie Jones
Ken Doherty 0-76 Dominic Dale
Zhou Yuelong 52-31 Robbie Williams
Gerard Greene 37-55 Ali Carter
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 40-62 Dechawat Poomjaeng
Gary Wilson 83-4 Reanne Evans
Mark Williams 45-41 Dean Young
Liam Highfield 57-35 Louis Heathcote
Jack Lisowski 53-7 Adam Duffy

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Selected Round 1 Results

Riley Powell 41-31 Kyren Wilson
Fan Zhengyi 68-21 Ding Junhui
Matthew Steves 49-54 Dominic Dale
Duane Jones 46-78 Zhou Yuelong
Mark Davis 22-20 Mark Selby 
Liam Highfield 61-1 Florian Nuble
Stuart Bingham 8-60 Reanne Evans
Ricky Walden 1-90 Gary Wilson

Hossein Vafaei 9-33 Shaun Murphy
Ian Martin 23-42 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Joe Perry 85-0 Luca Brecel
Mark Williams 98-0 Craig Steadman
Jack Lisowski 36-29 Mark Allen
Robert Milkins 47-14 Andy Lee
Stephen Maguire 9-33 Ken Doherty
Jimmy White 7-44 Adam Duffy
Barry Hawkins 1-37 Jackson Page

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What is the Snooker Shoot Out?

The Shoot Out is a short-format tournament on the World Snooker Tour calendar with varied rules and practices in comparison with the standard sport. 

It was initially a non-ranking event from 2011 to 2016 before it became ranked in 2017, which it remains. 

There was a previous incarnation that ran one year in 1990, although that final - won by Welshman Darren Morgan - was the best of three frames instead. 

The tournament takes inspiration from the popular BBC programme Pot Black, which helped bring snooker to the masses.
 

When is the Snooker Shoot Out?

For the 2022/23 snooker season, the Shoot Out will take place between Wednesday 25th January to Saturday 28th January.
 

Where will the Snooker Shoot Out take place?

The Morningside Arena in Leicester will host the tournament for a second year after debuting in 2022. 

Previous venues have included the Circus Arena in Blackpool, Reading's Hexagon Theatre, the Watford Colosseum, and the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.
 

How many players compete in the Shoot Out?

128 players enter the tournament with the short format allowing more players to compete. 

A random draw is conducted prior to the first round and every match is played over one frame.
 

How does the Shoot Out differ to regular snooker?

The aim of the Shoot Out is to create a faster-paced tournament. 

Each frame can only last up to ten minutes. 

There is a shot clock in the first five minutes of each frame set at 15 seconds, which reduces to ten in the second half of frames. 

If a player exceeds their time limit, they are penalised five points or the value of the ball they are "on", whichever is higher (a player on the pink would be penalised six points for example). 

Each shot has to see a ball potted or a cushion hit - failure to do so leads to another five-point penalty. 

All fouls result in a ball in hand, meaning the cue ball can be placed anywhere on the table. 

To decide who breaks off, the players "lag", meaning a ball is struck from the baulk line to the bottom cushion and back up to the top of the table. 

Whoever is closest to the top cushion gets to break. In the event of a tied frame, a blue-ball shoot out occurs with players simply having to pot the blue directly. 

Crowd interaction is also different. 

Whereas normally spectators have to be silent during regular matches, fans can be more vocal, within reason, akin to the crowds at darts.
 

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Who has previously won the Shoot Out?

The shortness of the format means the tournament is more unpredictable, with 12 winners in 12 stagings. 

The first winner in 2011 was Nigel Bond, who defeated Robert Milkins, while last year saw Iranian star Hossein Vafaei win his first ranking event after beating Mark Williams. 

Big names in the sport such as Ronnie O'Sullivan, Mark Selby, and Judd Trump are yet to win the event. 

Martin Gould is the only player to hit a century in the final when he beat Mark Allen 104-0 back in 2013.
 

What prize money is available to winners?

In 2022, Vafaei scooped £50,000 for winning the tournament with Williams receiving a cheque worth £20,000. 

The highest break prize is £5,000 while every player gets paid - £250 went to the first-round losers last year, though that money did not count towards their official ranking.
 

Is the Shoot Out on TV?

The Shoot Out is live streamed at bet365 and broadcast on Eurosport.
 

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