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World Rankings

After 2022 BetVictor Shoot Out

1Mark Selby1,044,500
2Judd Trump994,000
3Ronnie O'Sullivan971,500
4Neil Robertson770,000
5Kyren Wilson605,500
6John Higgins415,000
7Shaun Murphy406,000
8Mark Williams351,000
9Zhao Xintong312,500
10Stephen Maguire284,500
11Barry Hawkins284,000
12Mark Allen278,000
13Stuart Bingham278,000
14Anthony McGill271,500
15Yan Bingtao246,500
16Luca Brecel245,000
17Jack Lisowski239,000
18Martin Gould158,000
19Zhou Yuelong154,500
20David Gilbert150,500
21Tom Ford148,000
22Graeme Dott143,000
23Hossein Vafaei142,500
24Ricky Walden142,500
25Jordan Brown133,500
26Matthew Selt133,000
27Ali Carter129,500
28Ryan Day129,500
29Gary Wilson122,500
30Ding Junhui121,000
31Xiao Guodong110,000
32Wenbo Liang107,500
33Lu Ning107,000
34Mark King106,500
35Joe Perry105,500
36Noppon Saengkham100,500
37Kurt Maflin97,500
38Robert Milkins97,000
39Michael Holt96,500
40Jimmy Robertson96,000
41Jamie Jones95,000
42Alexander Ursenbacher92,000
43Liam Highfield91,000
44Sam Craigie89,000
45Ben Woollaston88,500
46Scott Donaldson88,500
47Anthony Hamilton88,000
48Elliot Slessor87,500
49Li Hang84,500
50David Grace79,000
51Martin O'Donnell78,500
52Stuart Carrington78,000
53Joe O'Connor77,000
54Dominic Dale76,500
55Mark Joyce76,000
56Jak Jones74,000
57Mark Davis74,000
58Thepchaiya Un-Nooh73,000
59Sunny Akani71,000
60Matthew Stevens71,000
61Lyu Haotian70,500
62Robbie Williams65,500
63Tian Pengfei65,500
64Andrew Higginson65,000
65Chris Wakelin63,000
66Pang Junxu61,000
67Jamie Clarke55,500
68Oliver Lines48,500
69Nigel Bond42,500
70Steven Hallworth38,500
71Ashley Carty36,000
72Andy Hicks *35,500
73Fergal O'Brien35,500
74Cao Yupeng *34,500
75Yang Gao33,000
76Allan Taylor32,500
77Ken Doherty32,500
78Simon Lichtenberg32,000
79Jianbo Zhao29,500
80Ashley Hugill27,000
81Rory McLeod26,500
82Lukas Kleckers23,000
83Peter Lines *22,500
84Lee Walker21,500
85Peter Devlin21,500
86Wu Yize *21,000
87Hammad Miah *20,500
88Fan Zhengyi19,500
89Ben Hancorn19,000
90Mitchell Mann *17,000
91Aaron Hill17,000
92Farakh Ajaib15,500
93Xu Si *15,000
94Jamie Wilson15,000
95Jackson Page *14,000
96Gerard Greene *13,500
97Duane Jones *13,000
98Chang Bingyu *12,000
99Zak Surety11,000
100Stephen Hendry11,000
101Louis Heathcote *9,000
102Craig Steadman *8,500
103Zhang Jiankang *8,000
104Fraser Patrick *7,500
105Iulian Boiko6,000
106Yuan SiJun *5,500
107Andrew Pagett *5,500
108Ian Burns *5,000
109Lei Peifan *4,500
110Zhang Anda *4,500
111Barry Pinches *4,500
112Alfie Burden *4,000
113Jimmy White *4,000
114Michael Judge *3,000
115Jamie O'Neill *3,000
116Chen Zifan *3,000
117Dean Young *2,000
118Sean Maddocks2,000
119On Yee Ng *0
120Reanne Evans *0
121Igor Figueiredo *0
122Marco Fu *0

Where prize money is won without a player winning a match in a tournament, NONE of that prize money will count towards these prize money rankings save for the World Grand Prix, Players Championship and Tour Championship.

Where prize money is won by a player at a qualifying venue and that player does not go on to appear at the final venue, for whatever reason, that prize money will not count in the prize money rankings until the situation has been considered by the appeals committee who may, at their absolute discretion, allocate ranking points where it can be demonstrated that there are extreme mitigating circumstances. These points will be allocated from the date of the committee meeting and will not affect previously issued draws.

WST Seeding – Count Back:  Players on equal prize money will be seeded based on the best performance (stage/round reached through winning a match) working backwards from the most recent ranking event. If still equal, frames won when losing will determine their position, working backwards from the most recent ranking event. For the purposes of count back, competing in an event and losing is treated as a better performance than not entering or competing in an event.

For a full explanation of how the rankings work, click here