Here’s the prize money breakdown for the 2021 Betfred Masters: Winner: £250,000 Runner-up: £100,000 Semi-finals: £60,000 Quarter-finals: £30,000 Last 16: £15,000 High break: £15,000 Total: £725,000
Sunday 21 Mar 2021 12:35PM. Here’s the prize money breakdown for the 2021 Betfred World Championship: Winner: £500,000. Runner-up: £200,000. Semi-finals: £100,000. Quarter-finals: £50,000. Last 16: £30,000.
2021 Betfred Masters; Tournament logo: Tournament information; Dates: 10–17 January 2021: Venue: Marshall Arena: City: Milton Keynes: Country: England: Organisation(s) World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, World Snooker Tour: Format: Non-ranking event: Total prize fund: £725,000: Winner's share: £250,000: Highest break John Higgins (SCO) (145) Final; Champion
No changes made to World Snooker Championship 2021 prize money. The winning player at Snooker ...
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Masters snooker prize money breakdown. Winner: £250,000. Runner-up: £100,000. Semi-finals: £60,000. Quarter-finals: £30,000. Last 16: £15,000
The 2021 Betfred British Masters purse is set for £1,850,000, with the winner's share coming in at £166,660 -- the standard 16.67 percent payout according to the European Tour's prize money ...
147 Bonuses At Betfred World Championship. Sunday 4 Apr 2021 08:47PM. WST and the WPBSA have agreed to provide a prize of £40,000 for a 147 made at the Crucible this year during the Betfred World Championship, and £10,000 for a maximum made during the qualifying rounds. These bonuses are on top of the £15,000 high break prize which will apply throughout the whole event.
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