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Hull Final SOLD OUT

Tickets for the final of the Duelbits Tour Championship in Hull have SOLD OUT and other sessions are selling rapidly for one of the biggest events on the World Snooker Tour.

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The tournament, which features an elite field of the best eight players of the season so far, will be staged at the Bonus Arena in Hull for the first time and runs from March 27th to April 2nd.

Fans have already snapped up all tickets for the showpiece final on Sunday April 2nd, and there are only a few remaining for the second semi-final on Saturday April 1st. All weekday sessions still have availability but book quickly to make sure of your seats!

Shaun Murphy and Ali Carter have been two of the best players of the season so far

Tickets start at just £22 which is exceptional value for the chance to watch the best players on the planet on current form, competing in a renowned tournament. It’s the only format other than the World Championship where matches are best of 19 frames from the first round, reflecting the stature of the event.

Already sure of a place in the line up are the top five on the one-year ranking list: Mark Allen, Shaun Murphy, Ali Carter, Kyren Wilson and Ryan Day. The other three spots will be confirmed after the final counting event, the WST Classic which finishes on March 22nd. Currently occupying positions six to eight are Robert Milkins, Ding Junhui and Mark Selby, but the likes of Judd Trump, Neil Robertson and Ronnie O’Sullivan still have a chance to leap into the top eight.

Televised by ITV, it’s the third and final event in the 2023 Duelbits Series and there’s a top prize of £150,000 up for grabs.

A spokesman for WST said: “As we head for Hull for the first time for this huge tournament, we’re delighted to see that the final has already sold out, more than two weeks before it starts. Other sessions are selling rapidly so we’re expecting to enjoy a tremendous atmosphere at the Bonus Arena which is a superb venue.

“Since it was first staged in 2019, this event has quickly become established as a real highlight of the season and a trophy that the best players are determined to win. Last year we saw snooker of the highest quality and great drama with four of the seven matches going to a deciding frame, including the final when Neil Robertson came from 9-4 down to beat John Higgins 10-9.

“We’ll see a very different line up this time as Mark Allen could be the only player who qualified for last year’s event in the field again this time, but that just reflects how competitive snooker is now. The players at the top of their game this season are rewarded.”

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