A New Beginning


Little did I know back in August 2008 when I started Pro Snooker Blog that it would go on to be the start of something that would change my life, but over seven years on it is now no exaggeration to say that.

With that in mind, today I have some important news for everyone who reads this site. I am delighted to announce that I have been offered and have accepted a full-time position at the WPBSA.

This does mean that there will be changes in respect of PSB, however you need not fear because I will still be working hard to provide the same service that I have during the past seven years and much more going forwards.

While I very much see this as not the end, but rather a new beginning, I do want to take a moment to reflect on how snooker has changed since PSB launched and to thank some of the people who have helped me along the way.


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Tech Troubles

A very short post today to apologise for the lack of posts over the weekend and more importantly, the fact that I have not updated the latest projected seedings following the Ruhr Open yesterday. (EDIT – these are now up to date)

Unfortunately I am having a few tech issues at the moment with the blog that are preventing me from doing so, but hopefully normal service will be resumed as soon as possible!

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PSB Survey Results 2015: Part One


A few weeks ago here at PSB I launched the first ‘snooker survey’ here at this blog, in an attempt to get some feedback from snooker fans across the world as to how they follow the sport.

Thanks to everyone who took part and today I take my first look at some of the results, including general questions, following snooker and social media…


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Player Profiles Updated

As ever, while the professionals have had a few rare weeks off ahead of the new season while the amateurs have battled it out at Q School, here at PSB I have been working on the annual marathon of updating my player profiles which you can now view here.

All pages for professionals during 2014/15 have now been updated, but if anybody spots any mistakes or any players would like me to change anything, please let me know.

In terms of the new professionals for next season, I have now added template pages for all of them, but if any readers have any information or photos that I may use to fill in the blanks, again please do get in touch either by leaving a comment below, or emailing me at prosnookerblog@gmail.com

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My New WPBSA Blog

WPBSAbannerAs some readers may have already seen on Twitter during the past few days, in what is an exciting development for me personally and hopefully for those of you who enjoy reading this website, I will now also be blogging for the WPBSA with immediate effect.

In particular, the blog will initially concentrate on the various ranking battles that will run during the course of the season, while I also hope to be able to work with the WPBSA to provide fans and players alike with further resources via their website going forwards.

Do not worry however – normal service will be maintained here at PSB and this blog will continue to provide the same level of analysis, news and stories from the sport as has been the case during the past six years.

There will though be different articles to read over at my new WPBSA blog, which you can read by clicking here, including my latest piece explaining why Neil Robertson will return to the world number one ranking after this weekend’s Lisbon Open.

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