Snooker Shootout 2016

Snooker Shootout 2016 is an Invitation event, scheduled to take place from 12th February and 14th February. The Snooker Shootout is a cue sport tournament with difference in standard rules of snooker. The Snooker Shootout was first held in the year 1990. The tournament was first called as Shoot Out, matches in tournament were decided in a single frame except the finals.

The winner of the Snooker Tournament is given 32,000 pounds with total prize money of 130,000 pounds.

Top 64 players of the world ranking take part in the tournament.

  • Location: TBC
  • Venue: TBC
  • Start Date: 12 February 2016
  • Finish Date: 14 February 2016
  • Total Prize Money: TBC
  • Format: Invitation event
  • Winner Prize Money: $32,000
  • Current Champion: Michael White
 

2016 Snooker Shootout Prize Money

Prize Money 2016 2015
Total   £130,000
Winner   £32,000
Runner-up   £16,000
Semi-final   £8,000
Quarter-final   £4,000
Last 16   £2,000
Last 32   £1,000
Last 64   £500
Highest break   £2,000

Snooker Shootout Winners & Prize Money Breakdown by Year

Year   Total Prize Money   Winner   Winner Prize Money   Final scores   Runner-up
2015 £130,000 Michael White  £32,000 54–48 Xiao Guodong
2014 £129,500 Dominic Dale  £32,000 77–19 Stuart Bingham
2013 £130,000 Martin Gould  £32,000 104–0 Mark Allen
2012 £130,000 Barry Hawkins  £32,000 61–23 Graeme Dott
2011 £129,500 Nigel Bond  £32,000 58–24 Robert Milkins

2016 Schedule

Round 1

Friday, 12 February 2016 – 18:30
  •  Michael White 73–0 Mark King
  •  Mark Davis 31–55 Gary Wilson
  •  Zhou Yuelong 70–19 Michael Georgiou
  •  Ken Doherty 29–38 Tom Ford
  •  Ali Carter 57–0 Liam Highfield
  •  Graeme Dott 30–70 Ben Woollaston
  •  Joe Perry 79−17 Cao Yupeng
  •  David Gilbert 127–0 Mark Joyce
  •  Jimmy Robertson 96–0 David Grace
  •  Mark Allen 65–20 Yu Delu
  •  Alan McManus 0–84 David Morris
  •  Stuart Bingham 54–38 Ricky Walden
  •  Luca Brecel 48–37 Mike Dunn
  •  Ryan Day 55–34 Michael Holt
  •  Jack Lisowski 50–7 Sam Baird
  •  Shaun Murphy 112–24 Dominic Dale
Saturday, 13 February – 12:30
  •  John Higgins 10–62  Andrew Higginson
  •  Peter Lines 56–33  Kurt Maflin
  •  Robert Milkins 53–38  Marco Fu
  •  Mark Williams 70–43  Rory McLeod
  •  Tian Pengfei 16–56  Joe Swail
  •  Jamie Jones 1–97  Martin Gould
  •  Liang Wenbo 52–60  Anthony McGill
  •  Robin Hull 41–35  Craig Steadman
  •  Rod Lawler 23–1  Dechawat Poomjaeng
  •  Kyren Wilson 55–14  Li Hang
  •  Anthony Hamilton 50–56 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
  •  Stuart Carrington 62–7  Matthew Stevens
  •  Barry Hawkins 0–48  Peter Ebdon
  •  Xiao Guodong 38–25  Matt Selt
  •  Oliver Lines 26–59  Ian Burns
  •  Judd Trump 74–22  Gerard Greene

Round 2

Stuart Bingham 0–69 Rod Lawler
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 36–60 Ian Burns
Luca Brecel 46–20 Xiao Guodong
Ali Carter 85–5 Peter Lines
Mark Williams 58–32 David Gilbert
Kyren Wilson 38–52 Ryan Day
Joe Swail 39–1 Anthony McGill

Robin Hull 70–6 Judd Trump
Andrew Higginson 85–10 Martin Gould
Peter Ebdon 9–43 David Morris
Joe Perry 46–38 Tom Ford
Jimmy Robertson 0–67 Jack Lisowski
Gary Wilson 62–21 Stuart Carrington
Northern Ireland Mark Allen 56–61 Robert Milkins
Michael White 1–66 Ben Woollaston

Round 3

Rod Lawler 61–24 Ali Carter
Ian Burns 21–49 Robin Hull
Gary Wilson 16–22 Joe Swail
Zhou Yuelong 36–57 Ryan Day

Jack Lisowski 12–72 Andrew Higginson
Ben Woollaston 31–47 Luca Brecel
Robert Milkins 102–17 David Morris
Mark Williams 42–13 Joe Perry

Quarterfinals

Matches Player 1 Scores Player 2
Q1 Ryan Day 7–78 Robin Hull
Q2 Rod Lawler 18–27 Luca Brecel
Q3 Mark Williams 39–20 Andrew Higginson
Q4 Robert Milkins 8–23 Joe Swail

Semifinals

Matches Player 1 Scores Player 2
SF1 Joe Swail 34–38 Luca Brecel
SF2 Mark Williams 41–62 Robin Hull

Finals

Matches Player 1 Scores Player 2
Final Luca Brecel 36–50 Robin Hull