Snooker is a cue sport that was invented in the second part of the nineteenth century by British Army soldiers stationed in India. It’s an intriguing and sophisticated game requiring strategy and skill.
There are a good variety of betting options when it comes to betting on snooker. Whether it’s one of the Triple Crown events – World Championship, UK Championships, and Masters – or a smaller event on the annual snooker calendar, there will be a range of snooker betting markets for them all.
Household names like Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Selby, and Neil Robertson (pictured) are usually among the favourites to win the big snooker tournaments, as well as other big names such as Judd Trump and Kyren Wilson, looking to achieve their full potential.
To start with, you can bet on who will win each snooker tournament (also known as outright winner betting odds). You can place your snooker bets before the competition begins, or you can bet on the winner as the tournament progresses. Indeed, it can often be advantageous to wait until an event has begun before attempting to predict the winner.
Then there is individual match betting for a particular snooker match. The options go way behind just predicting the winner – major snooker matches have betting odds on things like handicap betting (where one player receives a virtual head start), or which player will record the ‘Highest Break’ or ‘How many century breaks?’ among many other options.
You can even bet on the winner of each frame if quick fire betting is more your thing. Some World Championship snooker matches can sometimes take 3 days to complete!
Snooker Betting Markets
- Total Frames
- Highest Break
- Number of Centuries
Other Snooker Events
- Snooker Shootout (January 20 – 23)
- German Masters (January 26- 30)
- Players Championship (February 7 – 13)
- European Masters (February 21 – 27)
- Welsh Open Snooker (February 28 – March 6)
- Turkish Masters (March 7 – 13)
- Gibraltar Open (March 24 – 26)
- Tour Championship (March 28 – April 3)
- World Snooker Qualifiers (April 4 – 13)
World Snooker Betting Odds via bet365*
- 10/3 Judd Trump
- 11/2 Ronnie O’Sullivan
- 11/2 Neil Robertson
- 11/2 Mark Selby
- 9/1 John Higgins
- 14/1 Kyren Wilson
- 20/1 Mark Allen
- 20/1 Shaun Murphy
- 25/1 Yan Bingtao
- 28/1 Luca Brecel
- 28/1 Mark Williams
- 28/1 Stuart Bingham
- 33/1 Ding Junhui
- 33/1 Barry Hawkins
- 33/1 Dave Gilbert
- 40/1 Jack Lisowski
- 50/1 Anthony McGill
- 66/1 Stephen Maguire
- 80/1 Ali Carter
- 100/ Zhou Yuelong
- 100/1 Ricky Walden
- 150/1 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
- 150/1 Gary Wilson
- 150/1 Liang Wenbo
- 150/1 Martin Gould
- 150/1 Ryan Day
- 150/1 Marco Fu
- 150/1 Joe Perry
- 150/1 Graeme Dott
- 150/1 Tom Ford
- 200/1 bar
* World Snooker odds 2022 correct at the time of last update (26th January). All snooker betting odds subject to changes.
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