Luca Brecel's Best Long Pots | 2023 Cazoo World Championship

World Rankings

After 2023 Cazoo World Snooker Championship

1Ronnie O'Sullivan886,000
2Luca Brecel876,500
3Mark Allen860,500
4Judd Trump556,000
5Mark Selby549,500
6Neil Robertson542,000
7Shaun Murphy445,500
8Kyren Wilson427,000
9John Higgins398,500
10Mark Williams391,000
11Zhao Xintong387,500
12Ali Carter310,000
13Robert Milkins285,500
14Jack Lisowski279,000
15Gary Wilson260,000
16Ryan Day245,500
17Ding Junhui243,500
18Hossein Vafaei239,000
19Anthony McGill212,000
20Barry Hawkins206,500
21David Gilbert201,500
22Ricky Walden198,000
23Yan Bingtao197,000
24Tom Ford195,000
25Stuart Bingham191,000
26Jimmy Robertson176,000
27Zhou Yuelong167,500
28Joe Perry165,500
29Noppon Saengkham164,000
30Matthew Selt152,500
31Chris Wakelin149,500
32Stephen Maguire145,500
33Joe O'Connor141,000
34Fan Zhengyi138,000
35Pang Junxu133,500
36Si Jiahui *133,000
37Jak Jones 127,000
38Jordan Brown 111,000
39Anthony Hamilton 109,500
40Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 109,500
41Graeme Dott 108,500
42Cao Yupeng 105,500
43Xiao Guodong 104,000
44Matthew Stevens 99,500
45Jamie Jones 98,000
46Ben Woollaston 95,500
47Lyu Haotian 95,500
48Jackson Page 92,000
49Elliot Slessor 91,500
50Robbie Williams 90,000
51Wu Yize 89,500
52Yuan SiJun 88,500
53Sam Craigie 88,500
54Scott Donaldson 87,500
55Tian Pengfei 84,500
56David Grace 82,500
57Liam Highfield 81,000
58Jamie Clarke 78,500
59Andy Hicks 77,000
60Zhang Anda 76,500
61Oliver Lines 74,500
62Martin Gould 74,000
63Dominic Dale 73,500
64Mark King 67,000
65Lu Ning 66,500
66Xu Si 65,500
67Mark Joyce 65,000
68Mark Davis 57,000
69Hammad Miah 55,000
70Stuart Carrington 48,000
71Li Hang 48,000
72Wenbo Liang 48,000
73Peter Lines 45,500
74Ian Burns 42,000
75Jimmy White 40,000
76Mitchell Mann 40,000
77Louis Heathcote 37,000
78Michael White *34,500
79Ashley Hugill *33,500
80Julien Leclercq *33,500
81Lei Peifan 33,500
82David Lilley *33,000
83John Astley *33,000
84Barry Pinches 31,000
85Duane Jones 30,500
86Andrew Pagett 30,000
87Alexander Ursenbacher 30,000
88Chang Bingyu 30,000
89Fraser Patrick 28,500
90Craig Steadman 27,500
91James Cahill *27,000
92Gerard Greene 27,000
93Zhang Jiankang 27,000
94Ben Mertens *26,000
95Aaron Hill *26,000
96Dylan Emery *24,500
97Sanderson Lam *24,000
98Ken Doherty *23,500
99Alfie Burden 23,500
100Lukas Kleckers *23,500
101Zak Surety *18,500
102Michael Judge 17,500
103Dean Young 16,000
104Chen Zifan 16,000
105Andy Lee *15,500
106Sean O'Sullivan *15,000
107Jamie O'Neill 14,500
108Allan Taylor *14,000
109Marco Fu 14,000
110Muhammad Asif *11,500
111Asjad Iqbal *11,000
112Rod Lawler *10,500
113Andres Petrov *10,500
114Dechawat Poomjaeng *10,000
115Yisong Peng *10,000
116Adam Duffy *8,500
117On Yee Ng 8,500
118Ryan Thomerson *7,000
119Mohamed Ibrahim *5,500
120Oliver Brown *5,500
121Anton Kazakov *5,000
122Himanshu Jain *5,000
123Fergal O'Brien *3,500
124Mink Nutcharut *3,000
125Jenson Kendrick *1,000
126Reanne Evans 500
127Victor Sarkis *500
128Stephen Hendry *£0
129Rebecca Kenna *£0
130Bai Langning *£0
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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.

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