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Dechawat Poomjaeng

  • Title

  • Nationality

  • Turned Pro

  • Highest Tournament Break

  • Location

    Saraburi, Thailand
  • D.O.B

    11 July 1978
  • Money List Earnings

  • Nickname


Recent ResultsDechawat Poomjaeng

2019 Indian Open Last 128

2018 Scottish Open Last 128

2017 World Championship Last 80

2017 China Open Last 128

2017 Shoot Out Last 128

2017 Welsh Open Last 128

2017 German Masters Last 128

2016 Scottish Open Last 128

2016 UK Championship Last 128

2016 Northern Ireland Open Last 128

2016 International Championship Last 128

2016 English Open Last 128

2016 European Masters Last 128

2016 Shanghai Masters Last 64

2016 Paul Hunter Classic Last 64

2016 World Open Last 128

2016 Indian Open Last 64

2016 Riga Masters Last 64

  • Poomjaeng agonisingly came within one frame of reaching the Crucible at the 2016 World Championships. He defeated Eden Sharav and Robin Hull in qualifying at Ponds Forge, but lost out to Mitchell Mann 10-9.
  • The Thai potter reached the last 32 of the 2015 Paul Hunter Classic, beating Ricky Walden and Joel Walker before losing to two-time world champion Mark Williams.
  • A year previously, Poomjaeng reached the quarter-finals of the same event, where he defeated the likes of Neil Robertson and Graeme Dott before losing to Rod Lawler.
  • He scored his first official 147 break during a match against Zak Surety at the German Masters Qualifiers in December 2013.
  • Poomjaeng captured the imagination of the snooker public with a brilliant run in the 2013 World Championship. The Thai player’s wide grin and antics around the table made him a fan favourite. He won four matches to qualify for the Crucible, beating Jamie Cope in the final round, then shocked Stephen Maguire with a 10-9 victory. He eventually lost out to Michael White in the last 16.
  • He is known in the UK by his nickname Jack and lives in a house in Sheffield with other Thai players including James Wattana who he describes as “like a brother”.