There are 130 players competing professional on the Main Tour for the 2022/23 snooker season.
It wouldn’t be the end-of-year review here on SnookerHQ without this tricky teaser.
Even the most dedicated and hardcore followers of the sport will have their work cut out for them if they have aspirations of striving for a perfect score.
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The 2022/23 season comprises the snooker players who finished in the top 64 of the world rankings at the end of the last term.
A further 30 players below that cut-off point have since entered the second year of their tour cards and will be desperately trying to avoid relegation this time around.
Four players safeguarded their spots by accumulating enough ranking points on the one-year list for the 2021/22 season.
A total of twelve players emerged from Q School in Sheffield, with an additional four competitors coming through the inaugural Asian Q School in Thailand.
Nine cuiests earned two-year cards via various international amateur competitions, while two gained their positions courtesy of the Q Tour.
The Chinese Tour, the World Women’s Tour, and the invitational tour cards provided the remaining tickets to the pro circuit.
The question is, can you name the 130 professional players in the 2022/23 snooker season?
*surnames (family names) are accepted*
**suspended players are included**
***players are listed in order of their end-of-year world ranking***
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