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Hd | marco fu vs jimmy robertson | r1 | session 1 | 2015 world snooker championship

HD | Marco Fu vs Jimmy Robertson | Round 1 | Session 1 | 2015 World Snooker Championship

The 2015 Betfred World Snooker Championship is a professional ranking snooker tournament that is taking place from 18 April to 4 May 2015 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. It is the 78th edition of the World Snooker Championship and the last ranking event of the 2014/2015 season.[1] Betfred are sponsoring the event for first time in three years, having previously sponsored the tournament from 2009 to 2012.[2][3] The final will be officiated by Olivier Marteel, who will become the first Belgian to do so.[4]

Mark Selby is the defending champion.[5]

Contents  [hide] 
1 Tournament summary
1.1 Qualifying
1.2 First round
2 Prize fund
3 Main draw
4 Qualifying
4.1 Round 1
4.2 Round 2
4.3 Round 3
5 Century breaks
5.1 Qualifying stage centuries
5.2 Televised stage centuries
6 References
7 External links
Tournament summary[edit]
Qualifying[edit]
Former world champions Peter Ebdon,[6] Steve Davis,[7] and Ken Doherty[8] lost in the qualifying rounds, as did six-time runner-up Jimmy White.[9]

t round debutants at the Crucible will be Craig Steadman,[10] Anthony McGill,[11] Stuart Carrington,[12] and Kurt Maflin.[13] McGill and Carrington have both played at the Crucible before, in the Junior Pot Black in 2006.[14]

Prize fund[edit]
The total prize money of the event was raised to £1,364,000 from the previous year's £1,214,000. The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[16][17]

Winner: £300,000
Runner-up: £125,000
Semi-final: £60,000
Quarter-final: £30,000
Last 16: £20,000
Last 32: £12,000
Last 48: £9,000
Last 80: £6,000
Non-televised highest break: £1,000
Televised highest break: £10,000
Total: £1,364,000
Main draw[edit]
Shown below are the results for each round. The numbers in parentheses beside some of the players are their seeding ranks (each championship has 16 seeds and 16 qualifiers).[18][19][20] The draw for the first round took place at Hallamshire Golf Club on 16 April 2015, one day after the end of last qualifying round.[21][22]

First round  Second round  Quarter-finals  Semi-finals
Best of 19 frames  Best of 25 frames  Best of 25 frames  Best of 33 frames
                           
18 April               
 England Mark Selby (1)  
23 & 24 April
 Norway Kurt Maflin    
   
18 & 19 April
   Scotland    
 Scotland Stephen Maguire (16)  
28 & 29 April
 Scotland Anthony McGill    
   
22 April
       
 England Joe Perry (9)  
26 & 27 April 
 China Zhang Anda    
   
22 & 23 April
       
 England Shaun Murphy (8)  
30 April, 1 & 2 May
 Finland Robin Hull    
   
19 & 20 April
     
 England Barry Hawkins (5)  
24 & 25 April 
 England Matthew Selt    
 England  
21 April
       
 Northern Ireland Mark Allen (12)  
28 & 29 April
 Wales Ryan Day    
   
20 & 21 April
       
 England Ali Carter (13)  
25, 26 & 27 April 
 Scotland Alan McManus    
   
19 & 20 April
       
 Australia Neil Robertson (4)  
 Wales Jamie Jones    
20 & 21 April               
 China Ding Junhui (3)  
23, 24 & 25 April
 England Mark Davis    
   
18 & 19 April
       
 Scotland John Higgins (14)  
28 & 29 April
 England Robert Milkins    
   
18 & 19 April
       
 Hong Kong Marco Fu (11)  
26 & 27 April 
 England Jimmy Robertson    
   
22 & 23 April
   England    
 England Judd Trump (6)  
30 April, 1 & 2 May
 England Stuart Carrington    
   
18 & 19 April
     
 England Ricky Walden (7)  
24 & 25 April 
 Scotland Graeme Dott    
   
20 April
   England    
 England Stuart Bingham (10)  
28 & 29 April
 England Robbie Williams    
   
21 & 22 April
       
 Wales Mark Williams (15)  
25, 26 & 27 April 
 Wales Matthew Stevens    
 Wales  
21 & 22 April
   England    
 England Ronnie O'Sullivan (2)  
 England Craig Steadman
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