What is the highest snooker break ever made?

What is the highest snooker break ever made?

O’Sullivan’s first 147 break against Mick Price in their second round tie at the 1997 World Snooker Championship set the record for the fastest maximum in the history of the game.

Which snooker player holds the record for the fastest ever 147 break?

Ronnie “The Rocket” O’Sullivan
Ronnie “The Rocket” O’Sullivan made a maximum 147 break in the quickest time ever recorded, five minutes and eight seconds, in the first round of the 1997 World Championship. O’Sullivan won £147,000 in prize money for the maximum, averaging 8.8 seconds per shot.

How many 147 breaks has Ronnie O’Sullivan made?

15 competitive 147 breaks
Ronnie O’Sullivan (UK) has achieved 15 competitive 147 breaks during his career, between 21 April 1997 and 17 October 2018. “The Rocket”’s first 147 was pocketed in the first round of the 1997 World Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, UK, against Mick Price.

Has anyone got a 155 in snooker?

Thai snooker ‘Speed King’ Thepchaiya Un-Nooh completes first ever 155 break caught on camera in just EIGHT minutes during practice frame in Darlington. Thai snooker player Thepchaiya Un-Nooh managed to complete the first ever 155 break caught on camera in just eight minutes during a practice match in Darlington.

How can you get a 155 in snooker?

Whilst 147 is considered to be the maximum points that can be scored in a snooker game, Un-Nooh’s opponent fouled at the start of the match which gave him his extra 8 points that he required to obtain his historic 155.

Who is the fastest snooker player?

Snooker speeds up as fastest players revealed in crackdown on slow play

Fastest five Slowest five
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 16.66 seconds Lee Walker 33.78
Zhao Xintong 18.42 Rod Lawler 31.98
Jack Lisowski 18.55 Martin O’Donnell 30.53
Robert Milkins 18.80 Peter Ebdon 30.04

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