Snooker in the 1990s
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QUIZ! Snooker in the 1990s: Second Edition

The European Masters concluded on Sunday with Jimmy Robertson walking away as a surprise champion with the coveted title and a cheque worth £75,000.

Robertson emerged as an unlikely contender after a succession of unbelievable black ball finishes in the early rounds before beating Joe Perry 9-6 in the final in Belgium.

Snooker in the 1990s
This guy features in today’s quiz. Photo credit: Monique Limbos

This week has the players return to England to settle the qualifiers for the upcoming International Championship, while the European Women’s Masters is in Belgium.

After a couple of months of preliminary action for the over-40s, the World Seniors Tour’s first big event of the season takes place with the UK Seniors Championship at the end of the month, with Jimmy White set to return and defend his crown.

Sandwiched between those couple of events is the English Open on the Main Tour, the first of this season’s four Home Nations series tournaments across Britain and Ireland.

Finally, there’s the Macau Masters invitational and the continuation of the women’s tour with the inaugural Australian Women’s Snooker Open.

It’s another hectic spell overall but there’s always an excuse to share a new quiz here on SnookerHQ, so let’s return to the “Snooker by Decade” series that has proven to be so popular.

We’ve already covered the second editions of this decade and the last, so it’s time to go all the way back for another helping of snooker in the 1990s.

The question is, how well do you know snooker in the 1990s?

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Other Quizzes in the Series

Snooker in the 2010s: First Edition
Snooker in the 2010s: Second Edition
Snooker in the 2000s: First Edition
Snooker in the 2000s: Second Edition
Snooker in the 1990s: First Edition
Snooker in the 1980s: First Edition



Creator of SnookerHQ and a journalism graduate, David has been actively reporting on snooker since 2011. He has been published in national publications and has appeared on BBC World News and on talkSPORT radio as an analyst.

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World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the Tour Championship – won by Neil Robertson.

1. Judd Trump
2. Ronnie O’Sullivan
3. Neil Robertson
4. Mark Selby
5. John Higgins
6. Kyren Wilson
7. Shaun Murphy
8. Stephen Maguire
9. Ding Junhui
10. Yan Bingtao
11. Barry Hawkins
12. Mark Williams
13. Mark Allen
14. Jack Lisowski
15. David Gilbert
16. Anthony McGill

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