More and more people are betting on Snooker meaning more and more people are generating betting columns and providing interesting viewpoints. Amongst these several former pros are throwing their thoughts into the forum and now write betting columns for the blogs of major bookmaking brands.
But if you trust your own judgment and want your bets to be based on informed decision making using form and facts, Snooker is the game for you. Few other sports offer so much historical data and it can all be found within a few simple clicks around the numerous dedicated authority and data-base websites which are online.
Simplified form – head-to-head records and recent games/results – can be found amongst the stats area of most of the best betting sites.
As major/ranking snooker tournaments take place for nine months a year you will find snooker is a permanent fixture amongst the menu of sports online bookmakers offer markets and take bets.
During the run-up to the World Snooker Championship and during the event itself you will doubtlessly catch a glimpse of snooker promotion or snooker free bet offer on your preferred online sportsbook’s home page.
You can most definitely ante-post bet on the World Snooker Championship. In the 2019/2020 season, there will be 17 ranking tournaments and all building-up to No. 18, the season-ending, career-defining, World Championships.
Through those it is easy to identify which players are playing poorly, well, improving and preferably rapidly improving. These tournaments and the form signals they throw out are punters best hope in identifying the main World Championship protagonists but they are also a reference book for bookmakers odds compilers.
The ante-post market on the World Snooker Championship remains open as the competition progresses. Betting exchange markets never close until the final ball of the final frame has been potted and some firms do update their outright competition markets whilst games are in progress – as part of their ‘in-play’ betting markets.
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On individual games you can use the in-play betting features on the match-winner, the game-winner in handicap markets, the player to win the next frame, the player to win the next frame in a handicap scenario, the total number of match frames, the highest break of the next frame and even the colour of the first coloured ball (non-red) potted in the frame.
Betting exchanges feature plenty of liquidity amongst their in-play match markets and the ability to ‘cash out’ pre-match win and handicap bets with conventional bookmakers does constitute and in-play trade.
An outright winner is not the only type of wager you can place on the World Snooker Championship as a competition. You can also back a player to simply make the final, place a wager on the identity of both finalists, make predictions on which section of the draw the winner will come from and if the competition will see a 147 break.
On individual matches there are plenty of options open to punters way beyond simple match winners. Correct fame score betting is very popular as is the number of individual and match centuries (100+ breaks) and total match centuries. In a similar theme, you can back the player to record the highest beak of the match and to record a 147. The total number of frames and if/will they total frames be an odd or even number are other markets available to punters.
|2020||Ronnie O'Sullivan||Kyren Wilson||18-8|
|2019||Judd Trump||John Higgins||18-9|
|2018||Mark Williams||John Higgins||18-16|
|2017||Mark Selby||John Higgins||18-15|
|2016||Mark Selby||Ding Junhui||18-14|
|2015||Stuart Bingham||Shaun Murphy||18-15|
|2014||Mark Selby||Ronnie O’Sullivan||18-14|
|2013||Ronnie O’Sullivan||Barry Hawkins||18-12|
|2012||Ronnie O’Sullivan||Ali Carter||18-11|
|2011||John Higgins||Judd Trump||18-15|
|2010||Neil Robertson||Graeme Dott||18-13|
|2009||John Higgins||Shaun Murphy||18-9|
|2008||Ronnie O’Sullivan||Ali Carter||18-8|
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