Allen Wins First Triple Crown Title

1 Year Ranking List

After 2017 Dafabet Scottish Open

   
1Ronnie O'Sullivan425,500
2Luca Brecel231,600
3Judd Trump214,500
4Mark Selby194,225
5Shaun Murphy189,500
6Mark Williams177,000
7John Higgins171,000
8Ding Junhui167,000
9Mark Allen160,000
10Kyren Wilson134,725
11Neil Robertson130,000
12Ryan Day119,500
13Stephen Maguire114,000
14Anthony McGill99,000
15Yan Bingtao96,500
16Martin Gould93,500
17Cao Yupeng85,000
18Li Hang84,000
19Jack Lisowski79,600
20Joe Perry76,500
21Ali Carter68,000
22David Gilbert67,500
23Mark King66,225
24Mark Joyce66,000
25Michael White61,000
26Xiao Guodong59,000
27Stuart Bingham56,500
28Robert Milkins56,500
29Ricky Walden55,600
30Graeme Dott55,000
31Jimmy Robertson54,000
32Zhou Yuelong51,500
33Ben Woollaston49,500
34Tom Ford49,225
35Hossein Vafaei48,500
36Kurt Maflin48,100
37Liang Wenbo48,000
38Lyu Haotian *45,500
39Elliot Slessor45,000
40Akani Songsermsawad *43,500
41Ken Doherty *42,500
42Marco Fu42,000
43Barry Hawkins40,500
44Matthew Selt39,500
45Mike Dunn39,000
46Michael Holt39,000
47Alan McManus38,500
48Robbie Williams38,100
49Thepchaiya Un-Nooh36,000
50Peter Ebdon34,500
51Chris Wakelin34,225
52Alexander Ursenbacher *32,600
53Andrew Higginson31,600
54Gary Wilson31,000
55Dominic Dale31,000
56Mark Davis30,500
57Tian Pengfei30,500
58Fergal O'Brien29,600
59Yu DeLu29,600
60Noppon Saengkham29,600
61Jamie Jones28,500
62Matthew Stevens28,000
63Oliver Lines28,000
64Liam Highfield27,600
65Xu Si *26,000
66Michael Georgiou25,500
67John Astley24,100
68Mei Xiwen24,000
69Daniel Wells23,000
70Zhang Anda22,750
71Li Yuan *22,500
72Martin O'Donnell *22,100
73Gerard Greene *22,000
74Rory McLeod22,000
75Peter Lines *21,225
76Alfie Burden21,100
77Lee Walker21,000
78Mitchell Mann20,500
79Zhao Xintong19,725
80Aditya Mehta19,600
81Stuart Carrington19,500
82Ian Preece19,100
83Sam Craigie19,100
84Zhang Yong *19,000
85Allan Taylor *17,750
86David Grace17,600
87Ian Burns *15,000
88Chen Zifan *15,000
89Hammad Miah15,000
90Jimmy White *15,000
91Sam Baird14,600
92Eden Sharav *13,500
93Ashley Hugill *13,000
94Scott Donaldson12,500
95Yuan SiJun *12,000
96Robin Hull *11,500
97Anthony Hamilton11,000
98Niu Zhuang *11,000
99Billy Castle *10,500
100Adam Duffy10,500
101Jak Jones10,100
102Fang Xiongman10,100
103Ross Muir *10,000
104Wang Yuchen9,500
105Chen Zhe9,000
106Craig Steadman9,000
107Duane Jones *8,500
108Soheil Vahedi *8,000
109Sanderson Lam *8,000
110Joe Swail *8,000
111Paul Davison *7,500
112Chris Totten *7,500
113Jamie Curtis-Barrett6,600
114James Wattana6,000
115Thor Chuan Leong5,500
116Leo Fernandez5,000
117Alex Borg4,100
118Sean O'Sullivan *4,000
119Hu Hao (A)4,000
120Ma Chunmao (A)4,000
121Christopher Keogan3,500
122Jackson Page (A)3,000
123Nigel Bond *2,600
124Rod Lawler *2,600
125Rhys Clark *2,500
126Hamza Akbar *2,500
127Kurt Dunham2,500
128Lukas Kleckers *2,000
129Boonyarit Keattikun2,000
130Josh Boileau2,000
131Jamie Clarke (A)2,000
132Chen Feilong (A)2,000
133George Pragnall (A)1,725
134Ross Vallance (A)1,250
135Rodion Judin (A)1000
136Ashley Carty (A)1000
137Ben Jones (A)1000
138Oliver Brown (A)1000
139Jamie Cope (A)1000
140Joe O'Connor (A)1000
141Andy Symons (A)1000
142Harvey Chandler (A)600
143Brian Cini (A)600
144Adam Edge (A)600
145Robert James (A)600
146Kuldesh Johal (A)600
147Barry Pinches (A)600
148Michael Williams (A)600
149Matthew Bolton *0
150Basem Eltahhan *0
151Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn0
152David John0

* – This denotes a player who has a 2 year tour card covering the 2016/17 and 2017/18 season.

(A) – This denotes a player who is not on the World Snooker Main Tour

ITC –  This denotes a player who has an Invitational Tour Card to compete in events.

Where prize money is won without a player winning a match in a tournament, other than in the World Grand Prix and Players Championship, NONE of that prize money will count towards these prize money rankings.

Where prize money is won by a player at a qualifying venue and that player does not go on to appear at the final venue, for whatever reason, that prize money will not count in the prize money rankings until the situation has been considered by the appeals committee who may, at their absolute discretion, allocate ranking points where it can be demonstrated that there are extreme mitigating circumstances. These points will be allocated from the date of the committee meeting and will not affect previously issued draws.

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