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  • JimMalone
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    Originally posted by neil taperell View Post
    Anyone got the run down of the prize money for this tournament ?

    For this year it is:
    Winner: £200,000
    Runner-up: £100,000
    Semi-final: £50,000
    Quarter-final: £30,000
    Last 16: £15,000

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  • jonny66
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    I thought Ronnie might have hung around for this one

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  • DeanH
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    Winner: £200,000
    Runner-up: £100,000
    Semi-final: £50,000
    Quarter-final: £30,000
    Last 16: £15,000

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  • DeanH
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    Originally posted by neil taperell View Post
    Anyone got the run down of the prize money for this tournament ?
    "The total prize money will be £650,000, with first round losers to receive £15,000, and the winner to bank £200,000.

    The winner will also earn a place in the Champion of Champions which runs the following week in Coventry.

    For the following three years, it will become a world ranking event, contested by 128 players. Total prize money for the 2017 edition will be £700,000 with the winner’s cheque at £150,000."
    http://www.worldsnooker.com/tourname...-championship/

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  • Neil Taperell
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    Anyone got the run down of the prize money for this tournament ?

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  • DeanH
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    Originally posted by the lone wolf View Post
    This tournament has been confirmed to be a ranked event next year!
    and open to flat 128

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  • the lone wolf
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    This tournament has been confirmed to be a ranked event next year!

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  • JimMalone
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    2016 China Championship

    It's no ranking event, but 200.000 pounds for the winner are probably more promising for the players anyway.
    On one hand it's pity that we have only 16 players in this tournament. On the other hand having just 16 of the best players in the world should guarantee for some good matches as well as the fact that the first two rounds are at least played Best-of-11. Semifinals Best-of-17 and the Final Best-of-19.

    The main draw is:
    Selby - McGill
    Allen - Walden
    J. Higgins - M. Williams
    Trump - Carter

    Murphy - Perry
    Ding - Fu
    Robertson - Holt
    Bingham - Liang

    So we pretty much have eight promising matches already in the first round.
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