There has been a rankings list in snooker for more than four decades now.
Aside from the World Championship, though, a season consisting of a string of ranking events didn’t actually become commonplace until the mid-1980s.
These days, there are roughly around ten full ranking events throughout the campaign, usually shared among the elite eight or nine players who seem to get their grubby hands on all the silverware.
That said, in 41 years a total of 52 players have emerged victorious in a ranking tournament.
The question is, can you name them?