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    http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_6e5e050d0101dw6r.html
    This is the collection of 146 breaks in the history, written in Chinese and English.

    Seems the form would lost if copied here...

    Totally 15 146s have been collected and shown on the list:



    player opponent round tournament season
    Ray Reardon John Pulman G PD2000A 1972-1973
    John Spencer Kevin Robitaille QF CNO 1977-1978
    Stephen Hendry Ronnie O'Sullivan G PL 1994-1995
    Stephen Hendry Peter Ebdon F UK 1995-1996
    Brian Morgan John Giles Q ACQ 1996-1997
    James Reynolds Indika Dodangoda Q GOQ 1996-1997
    Stuart Bingham Nigel Bond Q WCQ 2002-2003
    Paul Hunter Marco Fu G PL 2003-2004
    Ronnie O'Sullivan Barry Hawkins SF WO 2004-2005
    David Gray Matthew Stevens L32 UK 2006-2007
    Mark King John Higgins L32 UK 2006-2007
    Mark Allen Andrew Higginson Q UKQ 2007-2008
    Mark Allen Steve Davis L16 WC 2009-2010
    Graeme Dott Mark Selby SF WC 2009-2010
    Stephen Maguire Barry Hawkins G CPLG4 2012-2013

    G=groups Q=qualifying

    TIPS:

    ·Spencer is the only player on the list to make 146 outside of UK.
    ·Spencer was the first player on the list to finish both 147 and 146.
    ·Spencer was the oldest player to reach the list (42).
    ·Hendry was the first player on the list to make 146 with 147 on the official list.
    ·Hendry was the first player on the list to make 146 on TV(and the video can still be found).
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 146 on TV twice.
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 146 in final.
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 147 and 146 in one tournament in one year.
    ·James Reynolds was the youngest player to reach the list (18).
    ·O'sullivan is the only player on the list who had ever confirmed opponent's 146.
    ·Hawkins is the only player on the list who had confirmed 146 twice.
    ·Allen is the only current player on the list who had made 146 twice.
    ·Allen is the only player on the list who had made 146 on TV and 146 without video.
    ·Premier League was the first tournament to achieve two 146s totally.
    ·2006 UK Championship was the first time that two 146s occurred in one tournament in one year.
    ·2010 World Championship was the first time that two 146s on TV occurred in one tournament in one year.

  • #2
    Originally posted by insnookermark View Post
    http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_6e5e050d0101dw6r.html
    This is the collection of 146 breaks in the history, written in Chinese and English.

    Seems the form would lost if copied here...

    Totally 15 146s have been collected and shown on the list:



    player opponent round tournament season
    Ray Reardon John Pulman G PD2000A 1972-1973
    John Spencer Kevin Robitaille QF CNO 1977-1978
    Stephen Hendry Ronnie O'Sullivan G PL 1994-1995
    Stephen Hendry Peter Ebdon F UK 1995-1996
    Brian Morgan John Giles Q ACQ 1996-1997
    James Reynolds Indika Dodangoda Q GOQ 1996-1997
    Stuart Bingham Nigel Bond Q WCQ 2002-2003
    Paul Hunter Marco Fu G PL 2003-2004
    Ronnie O'Sullivan Barry Hawkins SF WO 2004-2005
    David Gray Matthew Stevens L32 UK 2006-2007
    Mark King John Higgins L32 UK 2006-2007
    Mark Allen Andrew Higginson Q UKQ 2007-2008
    Mark Allen Steve Davis L16 WC 2009-2010
    Graeme Dott Mark Selby SF WC 2009-2010
    Stephen Maguire Barry Hawkins G CPLG4 2012-2013

    G=groups Q=qualifying

    TIPS:

    ·Spencer is the only player on the list to make 146 outside of UK.
    ·Spencer was the first player on the list to finish both 147 and 146.
    ·Spencer was the oldest player to reach the list (42).
    ·Hendry was the first player on the list to make 146 with 147 on the official list.
    ·Hendry was the first player on the list to make 146 on TV(and the video can still be found).
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 146 on TV twice.
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 146 in final.
    ·Hendry is the only player on the list to make 147 and 146 in one tournament in one year.
    ·James Reynolds was the youngest player to reach the list (18).
    ·O'sullivan is the only player on the list who had ever confirmed opponent's 146.
    ·Hawkins is the only player on the list who had confirmed 146 twice.
    ·Allen is the only current player on the list who had made 146 twice.
    ·Allen is the only player on the list who had made 146 on TV and 146 without video.
    ·Premier League was the first tournament to achieve two 146s totally.
    ·2006 UK Championship was the first time that two 146s occurred in one tournament in one year.
    ·2010 World Championship was the first time that two 146s on TV occurred in one tournament in one year.
    HI Did any pro player ever make 15 pinks and all the colours maybe someone knows

    Cheers Leonard

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    • #3
      I think I remember that Mark Allen one at the World Championships. I know I watched one, and the commentators were saying that a 146 is a lot rarer than a 147. As most players who are on for a top break tend to go for it, especially when they've got the frame won.

      It's not often that a player is on for a 147, loses position on one and goes for a pink. More often than not they'll go for a difficult black, even if it's close to impossible, to keep the maximum going.

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      • #4
        O'sullivan is the only player on the list who had ever confirmed opponent's 146.

        Original Source: The list of 146 break in the history http://www.thesnookerforum.co.uk/boa...#ixzz2wsT45rb7
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        What does 'confirmed' mean in this context?

        Nice list by the way. I love this interesting factoids. I remember when Dott made his 146 at the WC, I was think Allen would be really annoyed with him. First knocks him out of the tournament after leading him by a fair distance, then splitting the high break prize with him.

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        • #5
          Yes, I know Ronnie make one in UK championship? you can search ronnie 15 pinks on youtube, there should be a video!

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          • #6
            confirm means, he was the opponent of the player who made 146...my English is a little pool...

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            • #7
              Absolutely!

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              • #8
                The list needs updating, Ding Junhui got a 146 in the QF match of the European Tour 3 (Bluebell Wood Open) last August.

                the website has this result but the pasted text above does not.
                Up the TSF!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by insnookermark View Post
                  Yes, I know Ronnie make one in UK championship? you can search ronnie 15 pinks on youtube, there should be a video!
                  HI Found it on Youtube it was the Uk Champs 2006 against Stephen Macguire ronnie made 15 pinks yellow green but missed the brown ball

                  Cheers Leonard

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                  • #10
                    e...so i misremembered...there should be no 15 other colours with video online...

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                    • #11
                      . I also think Murphy made one in a PTC in Belgium some years ago. There were a very poor video on youtube back then.[/QUOTE]
                      ....its not called potting its called snooker. Quote: WildJONESEYE
                      "Its called snooker not potting" Quote: Rory McLeod

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Rane View Post
                        . I also think Murphy made one in a PTC in Belgium some years ago. There were a very poor video on youtube back then.
                        I can't see that 146 break anywhere for any tournament in Belgium for any player, can you find any info on this?
                        cheers
                        Up the TSF!

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