BetVictor Snooker Shoot Out 2019

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Robertson, Trump And Higgins Book Beijing Spots

April’s £1 million China Open looks set to have a strong field with top stars coming through the qualifying rounds in Cannock this week. All results Beijing will host the final stages of the world ranking tournament from April 1 to 7, with a top prize of £225,000 up for grabs. Welsh Open champion Neil… Read More

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BetVictor Shoot Out – Eurosport Schedule

Here is the broadcast schedules for Eurosport in the UK (in other countries check local listings) for this week’s BetVictor Shoot Out. The event is also televised on Quest. Thursday February 21 1245-0000 (ES1) Friday February 22 0030-0115 (ES2) 1145-0000 (ES1) Saturday February 23 0020-0115 (ES2) 1215-1700 (ES1) 1815-2345 (ES1) Sunday February 24 0030-0115 (ES2) 0545-0645 (ES1) 1200-1700 (ES1) 1815-0000 (ES1)  

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Emma Parker – Shoot Out Is Massive Opportunity

Leading women’s snooker player Emma Parker believes the chance to play in this week’s BetVictor Shoot Out in Watford is a “massive opportunity.” Parker, Women’s World Under-21 Champion in 2017, is one of two female players in the field  alongside Reanne Evans. It will be the first time that women have competed in televised matches in… Read More

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Updated BetVictor Shoot Out Draw

Fraser Patrick has withdrawn from this event and has been replaced with a straight swap in the draw with the next highest ranked available player on the Q School top up list, Barry Pinches. Click here for the draw Click here for the match schedule Click here for the rules The tournament at the Watford… Read More

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Coral Series – Last Chance In Preston Race

This week’s BetVictor Shoot Out in Watford (February 21-24) is the last counting event in the race to qualify for the Coral Players Championship. The top 16 on the one-year ranking list will then go through to the Guild Hall in Preston for the second event in the 2019 Coral Series, running from March 4-10…. Read More

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Robertson Claims Cardiff Crown

Neil Robertson overcame Stuart Bingham 9-7 in the final of the ManBetX Welsh Open at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. Victory for Robertson continues his purple patch against the 2015 World Champion. The Australian came into the match on an 11-frame streak against Bingham, having beaten him 6-0 and 5-0 in their previous two meetings… Read More

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Robertson Leads In Wales

Neil Robertson will carry a two-frame advantage into the final session of the ManBetX Welsh Open, leading Stuart Bingham 5-3. Robertson requires just four more frames to claim the Ray Reardon trophy. The pair will return at 7pm tonight and play out the remainder of the best of 17 frame encounter. Both players are seeking… Read More

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Thunder Storms To Cardiff Final

Neil Robertson produced a blistering display to brush Iranian Hossein Vafaei aside 6-0 and reach the final of the ManBetX Welsh Open at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. Australia’s Robertson is through to his third Welsh Open final. He dramatically won the title in 2007, defeating Andrew Higginson 9-8 to claim silverware and lost out… Read More

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Robertson Qualifying Match Rescheduled

Neil Robertson’s China Open qualifying match with Hamza Akbar in Cannock has been moved to 7pm on Tuesday 19th February. Australia’s Robertson was set to compete on Monday evening at 7pm. However, the fixture has now been moved to accommodate for him reaching tomorrow’s Welsh Open final.

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Bingham Eases To Welsh Open Final

Stuart Bingham is through to the ManBetX Welsh Open final after defeating Joe O’Connor 6-2 in their last four clash at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. The five-time ranking event winner will now have appeared in three Welsh Open finals. Bingham lifted the Ray Reardon trophy in 2017 when he defeated Judd Trump, and also… Read More

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