5 Results for tag: Chris Totten

World Championship 2019: Tour Survival Blog

With the start of the 2019 Betfred World Championship qualifiers on Wednesday it is time for my annual live blog which will track the key movements in this season's tour survival race throughout the tournament. For those who can finish up inside of the top 64, or in the top eight of the one-year ranking list, not including those players, a place on tour ... More

Tour Survival 2019 – Two To Go

With just the top eight on the one-year ranking list to contest this week's Coral Tour Championship, there are just two further counting events to be completed for the players further down the world ranking list before the end of the 2018/19 season. Today we take an updated look at the battle for tour survival and the task facing those in and around the ... More

2017/18 Tour Qualification: Making 128 (ish)

Attention has been firmly on the battle for tour survival so far this week during the early rounds of the Betfred World Championship qualifiers, but just how will the tour be structured next season? How can players not currently on the tour earn their places? Below I take a look at the current criteria and consider some of the names who have already ... More

Totten Wins European Championship

Scottish teenager Chris Totten dreams of emulating his idol John Higgins after winning snooker’s European Championship. Wishaw’s 18-year-old Totten captured one of the biggest titles in amateur snooker by beating Estonia’s Andres Petrov 7-3 in the final of the EBSA main event last weekend. Totten made it through the group stages then won five ... More

Criteria Set for World Championship Invitations

Snooker’s world governing body the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) has today announced the selection criteria for the amateur players who will be invited to compete at this year’s Betfred World Championship qualifiers. The top 16 players on the world ranking list following the 2017 China Open will be seeded through to the ... More