Tag Archive: Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

Sep 12 2015

Un-Nooh Wins Six Red World Championship

Congratulations to Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, who has this morning defeated Liang Wenbo 8-2 to become the first Thai player to win the Sangsom Six Red World Championship on home soil in Bangkok.

Mar 14 2015

Indian Open Glory For Michael White

A couple of weeks on from winning his first professional title at the Shoot Out in Blackpool, 23-year-old Michael White has now followed that up with his first ranking event success in Mumbai, having whitewashed Ricky Walden 5-0 to win the 2015 Indian Open. With the top prize of £50,000 taking him up to 17th …

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Feb 12 2015

Tour Survival 2014/15 – Player by Player (February Update)

With the season now into its most critical phase, click below for my latest in-depth, player by player update on the race for main tour places for the 2015/16 season, up to date after the German Masters event. Below I look at how each player stands on each of the relevant ranking lists and also …

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Jan 24 2015

Perry Claims AT3 Title in Xuzhou

18 months on from his maiden Asian Tour title at the Yixing Open, Joe Perry has today claimed his second, with victory against Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh at the Xuzhou Open in China. Click below for a round-up of the final day’s action, together with the implications for the Asian Order of Merit…

Sep 28 2014

Tour Survival 2014/15 – Player by Player

Last season a very popular feature here at PSB proved to be my in-depth, player by player updates on the race for main tour places for the 2014/15 season, as I attempted to untangle the various overlapping ranking lists and orders of merit. Although we are still only in September, already taking a look at …

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Mar 10 2014

Haikou World Open 2014: Day One Wrap

Today saw the start of the penultimate full ranking event to be staged in China this season, as Mark Allen made a successful start to the defence of his Haikou World Open title. Click below for a round-up of today’s action…

Dec 15 2013

Four Days In Barnsley

Following Neil Robertson’s victory at the UK Championship, the snooker circuit was back in action this week at the Barnsley Metrodome for the final matches of 2013, as the round of 128 of the German Masters and Haikou World Open events were played out. Click below for my round-up of the events…

Dec 10 2012

World Snooker Rankings 2012/13: Seedings Revision Three Round-Up

Little over a month since the season’s previous seedings revision, the UK Championship marks the third cut-off of the season, as Mark Selby replaces Judd Trump at the head of the rankings, while there have been various other changes up and down the list. This seeding list will now be used for all of the …

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