World Snooker Championship 2022 prize money: How much does winner make and what is 147 break bonus?

World Snooker Championship 2022 prize money: How much does winner make and what is 147 break bonus?

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The 2022 World Snooker Championship starts in Sheffield, England on April 16 at the Crucible Theater.

There will be 32 players contending to be champion and, as well as the distinction of winning the occasion, there will be a sound compensation bundle with a sum of £2.395 million in cash to be spread among the players.

Here is a look at who will win the money and how it is divided up.

What is the prize money for the 2022 World Snooker Championship champion?

The winner of the final played between May 1-2 will take home £500,000 for their achievement. The runner-up will have the consolation of £200,000 in prize money.

What is the prize fund for the 2022 World Snooker Championship?

Here is a breakdown on what players will receive depending on how far they go in the tournament.

  • Winner: £500,000
  • Runner-up: £200,000
  • Semi-final: £100,000
  • Quarter-final: £50,000
  • Second round: £30,000
  • First round: £20,000

There are additionally installments of separately £15,000, £10,000 and £5,000 for ineffective qualifiers for the competition, with the size of prize cash contingent upon when they were killed.

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What is the prize money for hitting a 147?

A 147 is the greatest score in a snooker outline and happens when a player pots every one of the 15 red balls followed by 15 blacks, then, at that point, clears each of the six tones off the table.

There is a £40,000 prize for any player who hits a 147 during the principle title activity from April 16 to May 2. They would likewise probable get an extra £15,000 for most elevated break in the occasion as just a single time, in 2008, has there been more than one 147 in a similar World Championship. That year, Ronnie O’Sullivan and Ali Carter both got it done.

Has there already been a 147 at the 2022 World Snooker Championship?

Indeed, there has — in the fundamental rounds. Graeme Dott, champion in 2004, hit a most extreme in his third-round qualifying game dominate over Pang Junxu.

That procured him £10,000, as opposed to £40,000, as it didn’t occur in the fundamental rivalry yet it ought to in any case acquire him a portion of the £15,000 top-break reward.

On April 25, Neil Robertson followed that by hitting his very own 147 in the subsequent round. The Australian most loved left the competition, notwithstanding, so his energy was brief.

Robertson’s 147 is the only one in the primary draw, and nets him £40,000, in addition to a £7,500 share (as of now) of the top-break reward.

How many 147s have there been at the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible?

In the principle draw, there have been 12 greatest breaks, with O’Sullivan and Hendry driving the way with three each.

John Higgins, Ali Carter, Mark Williams, Jimmy White, Cliff Thorburn and presently Robertson have likewise accomplished the accomplishment once.

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