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World Grand Prix snooker 2017

World Grand Prix snooker 2017 Live, The draw, schedule, results, odds and television details for snooker’s 2017 Ladbrokes World Grand Prix, which takes place from February 6-12 at the Preston Guild Hall.

World Grand Prix snooker 2017 Live

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Hours after one of the biggest shocks in snooker betting history, this feels like a good time to celebrate the game’s transformation under Barry Hearn’s leadership. Anthony Hamilton’s 150-1 win at the German Masters – suggested as a ‘tempting‘ option in the preview – was no fluke. Indeed, it come soon after Mark King’s victory in the Northern Ireland Open, and these are not isolated incidents.

World Grand Prix Daily Schedule & Results

Monday February 6
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
First Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Judd Trump 4-2 Tom Ford (Match 8)
John Higgins 3-4 Michael White (Match 13)
Barry Hawkins 4-2 Kyren Wilson (Match 7)
Dominic Dale 0-4 Liang Wenbo (Match 4)

Tuesday February 7
Afternoon Session (1300 GMT)
First Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Stuart Bingham v Ryan Day (Match 14)
Shaun Murphy v Michael Holt (Match 15)
Mark King v Stephen Maguire (Match 10)
Mark Williams v Joe Perry (Match 2)

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
First Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Yan Bingtao (Match 5)
Marco Fu v Jamie Jones (Match 12)
David Gilbert v Anthony McGill (Match 11)
Ali Carter v Zhou Yuelong (Match 9)

Wednesday February 8
Afternoon Session (1300 GMT)
First Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Mark Selby v Martin Gould (Match 1)
Neil Robertson v Ricky Walden (Match 6)
Anthony Hamilton v Mark Allen (Match 3)
Yu Delu v Ding Junhui (Match 16)

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Second Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Barry Hawkins v Judd Trump (Match 20)
Carter/Yuelong v King/Maguire (Match 21)
Gilbert/McGill v Fu/Jones (Match 22)
Michael White v Day/Bingham (Match 23)

Thursday February 9
Afternoon Session (1300 GMT)
Second Round (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Selby/Gould v Williams/Perry (Match 17)
Hamilton/Allen v Liang Wenbo (Match 18)
Bingtao/O’Sullivan v Walden/Robertson (Match 19)
Holt/Murphy v Delu/Junhui (Match 24)

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Quarter-Finals (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner Match 17 v Winner Match 18 (QF 1)
Winner Match 19 v Winner Match 20 (QF 2)

Friday February 10
Afternoon Session (1300 GMT)
Quarter-Finals (Best of 7 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner Match 21 v Winner Match 22 (QF 1)
Winner Match 23 v Winner Match 24 (QF 2)

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Semi-Finals (Best of 11 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 (SF1)

Saturday February 11
Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Semi-Finals (Best of 11 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 (SF2)

Sunday February 12
Afternoon Session (1300 GMT)
Final (Best of 19 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (Final, first session)

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Final (Best of 19 frames)
TV Coverage: ITV4

Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (Final, second session)

World Grand Prix: How the players qualified

As was the case last season, 32 players will contest the World Grand Prix in 2017. These players qualified from the one-year ranking list, which includes prize money earned from the start of the 2016 Riga Masters until the end of the German Masters on 5th February 2017. This period covers 12 events as well as the qualifiers for the German Masters.

As with the main two-year ranking list, this does not include prize money earned from maximum or high break prizes.

World Grand Prix: Prize Money

Winner: £100,000
Runner-up: £40,000
Semi-final: £20,000
Quarter-final: £12,500
Last 16: £7,500
Last 32: £5,000

Highest Break: £5,000
Total: £300,000
Rolling 147 maximum break prize: £5,000