Florian Werres schießt zwei Centuries in der 2. sein Gegner nach dem Potten der letzten Roten bereits Snooker benötigte, rechnete Florian kurz: „Break Ihr Warenkorb ist leer. Login · Logo - ar-2546.com Mark Allen spielte vier Centuries beim Sieg über Champion of Champions
Neil Robertson schafft HistorischesSnooker. Ronnie O'Sullivan became the third player to make a hundred century breaks in the World Championships. His break of in frame eight against. Ihr Warenkorb ist leer. Login · Logo - ar-2546.com Florian Werres schießt zwei Centuries in der 2. sein Gegner nach dem Potten der letzten Roten bereits Snooker benötigte, rechnete Florian kurz: „Break
Snooker Centuries Navigation menu VideoSnooker - All Time Centuries (1967-2020) Snooker Database of Results & Statistics. Centuries Made - Season - Professional. 33 rows · 4/25/ · Century of centuries refers to players who have achieved at least one hundred . 44 rows · Crucible Centuries. Here is the number of centuries made in the World Championship at . Andy Lee. Archived from the original on 28 January Alan Trigg. For consistency, century breaks from the Q School and previously PIOS events are included, as these replaced Cashcode Challenge Tour which was a professional event. Jimmy White. Neil Davies. Dominic Dale. Tony Meo. Peter Delaney. Chris Wakelin. Retrieved 15 September Simon Blackwell. Andrew Norman. Higgins also broke the "points unanswered" record in a ranking event. Ian Preece.
Welsh Open 2. Matthew Stevens. Grand Prix 2. Ding Junhui. Grand Prix 3. Marco Fu. Stephen Maguire. Mark Selby. World Snooker Championship 3.
Ali Carter. Dave Harold. Ricky Walden. Liang Wenbo. World Open 4. Neil Robertson. German Masters 2.
World Snooker Championship 4. World Snooker Championship 5. Barry Hawkins. Welsh Open 3. Judd Trump. Welsh Open 4.
European Masters. Kyren Wilson. Shanghai Masters 2. Shaun Murphy. Players Championship. Mark Allen. Players Championship 2. Northern Ireland Open 2. World Snooker Championship 6.
Northern Ireland Open 3. Players Tour Championship — Event 4. Barry Pinches. Players Tour Championship — Event 1. Joe Perry.
Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy. Gerard Greene. Antwerp Open 2. Round-Robin . Benson and Hedges Championship. John Lardner. European League.
Jimmy White. Charity Challenge 2. Charity Challenge 3. Champions Cup 2. Scottish Masters 2. Premier League 2.
Premier League 3. Scottish Masters 3. Paul Hunter. Premier League 4. Premier League 5. Premier League 6.
Kilkenny Irish Masters 2. Premier League 7. Premier League 8. Premier League 9. Jackie Rea. John Rees. Ju Reti.
Joe Roberts. Colin Roscoe. Neil Selman. Geet Sethi. Mohammed Shehab. John Shilton. David Stone. Rom Surin.
Anan Terananon. Peter Tolen. Mitchell Travis. Alan Trigg. Sunit Vaswani. James Vicarey. Ka Wai Cheung. John White.
Terry Whitthread. David Wilson. Daniel Womersley. Zhang Yang. Gao Yang. Li Yujin. Long Zehuang. Guan Zhen.
Omprakesh Agrawal. Ian Ali. Mohsen Aziz. Jonathan Bagley. Martin Ball. Peter Bardsley. Justyn Barnes.
Jason Barton. Greg Batten. John Bayliss. Gerrit Bij de Leij. Anton Bishop. Simon Blackwell. David Blagg. David Blakey. Hans Blanckaert.
Jamie Bodle. Iulian Boiko. Keith Boon. Craig Bradshaw. Matthew Bray. Declan Brennan. James Brown. Jamie Brown. James Budd. Ian Bullimore. Ross Bulman.
Robert Burda. Gay Burns. Daniel Buskin. Brian Cakebread. Chris Capel. Dave Chalmers. Franky Chan. Manan Chandra.
Robert Chapman. Ryan Clark. James Collens. Steven Cook. Chris Cookson. Gareth Coppack. Tony Corrigan. Stephen Craigie. Neil Davies. Peter Delaney.
Peter Devlin. Marc Devon. Mark Dickens. Edward Diggle. Wilfred Dijkstra. Himanshu Dinesh Jain. Indika Dodangoda. Colin Donaldson. Peter Donegan. Callum Downing.
Andy Duff. Ian Duffy. Geoff Dunn. Mark Evans. Steven Evans. Ryan Evans. Alexander Ferguson. Gary Filtness.
Mike Finn. Mick Fisher. Kelly Fisher. Frank Fitzgerald. Eddie Forde. Geoff Foulds. Doug French.
Roberto Frezza. James Giannaros. Paul Gibson. Dave Gilbert. Neil Gilder. Daryl Grainger. Jason Greaves. He Guoqiang. Shane Haines. Anthony Halpin.
Andrew Hannah. Robert Harrhy. Sam Harvey. Derek Heaton. Stacey Hillyard. Stan Holden. Huang Hooyong. Graham Horne. Qian Hua. Melbourne Inman.
Mark James. Anthony Jeffers. Yang Ji Ann. Huang Jiahao. Cai Jianzhong. Kamal Jit Singh. Gerry Jones. The list will be is updated daily during tournaments after all games have been completed.
Martin Gould. Michael Holt. Luo Honghao. Jamie Jones. Robert Milkins. Jimmy Robertson. Liang Wenbo. Ali Carter. Ken Doherty. Graeme Dott.
Lyu Haotian. Pang Junxu. Martin O'Donnell. Matthew Selt. Mark Williams. Jak Jones. Ken Doherty is the highest player on the list never to have made a maximum break.
Anthony Hamilton is the highest player on the list never to have won a ranking title. Categories :. Ronnie O'Sullivan. Stephen Hendry.
John Higgins. He then began his quarter-final match against Robert McCullough with a Just for good measure, Mark had begun his match against Smith with a break, making it a phenomenal six centuries in seven frames.
In the Northern Ireland Trophy Ronnie O'Sullivan made five centuries - the first time that has ever been achieved in a ranking event best-of-nine match.
The third-round match, which he won , was played 8 November against Allister Carter England. Ronnie warmed up with , and intaking a lead before a Carter pulled one frame back then O'Sullivan closed with a total clearance.
John Higgins won the Grand Prix in Preston and rewrote the record books in the process. In his final demolition of Ronnie O'Sullivan he knocked in four consecutive century breaks , , and , a feat never to have been accomplished in professional ranking tournaments.
Higgins also broke the "points unanswered" record in a ranking event. He scored points without a reply from O'Sullivan. Ronnie O'Sullivan scored without reply in beating Ricky Walden in the quarter finals of the non-ranking Dafabet Masters 17 January He had breaks of 79, 88, 72, , 77, 56 and In the British Open John Higgins made three breaks over ; one and two s.
Eddie Charlton Australia once made a total of in two consecutive games. His first opponent didn't get a shot, and Eddie made or so, after sinking a red off the break then clearing the table.
His next opponent Ray Reardon didn't get a shot either, and Eddie cleared the table again, for a world record of a total of in 2 consecutive frames.
Michael White of Neath, Wales is possibly the youngest player to make a century break. He made it in a club compition in the Empire Neath where he practices.
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