Snooker Masters Begins in London

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The 45th Masters tournament has now begun. Along with the World Championships and the UK Championships, this is one of the three biggest events in the snooker calendar.

2018 Champion Mark Allen returns to defend his title at the Alexandra Palace venue in London. Last year’s victory was the first time he had had the honour of raising that coveted trophy. Will he be able to make it two years in a row?

When and where to watch…

You can watch the entire tournament on BBC this year. Coverage will be on BBC One, BBC Two or available by pressing the red button. From 13th January through to the final on 20th January, afternoon sessions start at 1pm and evening sessions at 7pm. 

Your viewing timetable…

Now it’s time to plan your week around the snooker!

Here’s the list of the first round games…

Sunday, 13 January

13:00: Mark Allen (NI) v Luca Brecel (Bel)

19:00: John Higgins (Sco) v Ryan Day (Wal)

Monday, 14 January

13:00: Ronnie O’Sullivan (Eng) v Stuart Bingham (Eng)

19:00: Ding Junhui (Chn) v Jack Lisowski (Eng)

Tuesday, 15 January

13:00: Mark Williams (Wal) v Neil Robertson (Aus)

19:00: Barry Hawkins (Eng) v Shaun Murphy (Eng)

Wednesday, 16 January

13:00: Judd Trump (Eng) v Kyren Wilson (Eng)

19:00: Mark Selby (Eng) v Stephen Maguire (Sco)

The prizes

There’s also plenty of prize money up for grabs…

Winner –  £200,000

Runner-up –  £90,000

Semi-finals –  £50,000

Quarter-finals –  £25,000

Last 16 – £12,500

Highest break – £10,000

Perfect plates for snooker fans

We’ve got some absolutely brilliant private plates available right now that would be fantastic for snooker fans. Order yours today and you can have it on your vehicle before the end of the Masters!

Think you’re a great snooker player? Then how about CUE 805S? Or perhaps you’d rather have CUE 841L? We have a plethora of CUE plates, with many for sale for just £199 plus VAT and transfer fee!

Perfect plates for snooker players?

We’ve also picked out some plates we think would suit some of our favourite snooker players. Can you find any better ones?

We think Mark Allen would like MAR 2K or 8 MA. Ronnie O’Sullivan could have 1 RON or 111 RON. For Shaun Murphy we’ve picked out MUR 112Y and 180 SM, which would be even better if he changed his game to darts! Ding Junhui would certainly suit 16 DJ or 39 DJ but perhaps they’ll all get snapped up by DJs!


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