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UK Championship snooker 2019 Odds

Who wins the UK Championship 2019?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Ronnie O'sullivan4.003.75
Judd Trump6.004.50
Mark Selby7.506.50
Kyren Wilson13.0013.00
Neil Robertson15.0012.00
Ding Jun-Hui15.0013.00
John Higgins15.0015.00
Mark Williams17.0017.00
Mark Allen19.0015.00
Barry Hawkins23.0021.00
Stuart Bingham29.0029.00
Shaun Murphy34.0026.00
Jack Lisowski51.0041.00
Ryan Day81.0051.00
Stephen Maguire81.0051.00
Yan Bingtao81.0067.00
Ali Carter81.0081.00
Liang Wenbo81.0081.00
Marco Fu101.0067.00
Joe Perry101.0081.00
Anthony Mcgill101.00101.00
Xiao Guodong126.00101.00
Zhao Xintong126.00126.00
Luca Brecel151.0081.00
David Gilbert151.00101.00
Mark Davis151.00101.00
Lyu Haotian151.00151.00
Ricky Walden151.00151.00
Yuan Sijun201.00101.00
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh201.00151.00
Zhou Yuelong201.00151.00
Jimmy Robertson201.00201.00
Michael Holt201.00201.00
Michael White201.00201.00
Ben Woollaston251.00201.00
Martin Gould251.00201.00
Alfie Burden251.00251.00
Graeme Dott251.00251.00
Martin O'donnell251.00251.00
Tian Pengfei251.00251.00
Mark King301.00201.00
Noppon Saengkham301.00201.00
Tom Ford301.00201.00
Akani Songsermsawad301.00251.00
Liam Highfield301.00251.00
Luo Honghao301.00251.00
Matthew Stevens301.00251.00
Robert Milkins301.00251.00
Alexander Ursenbacher301.00301.00
Andrew Higginson301.00301.00
Anthony Hamilton301.00301.00
Chris Wakelin301.00301.00
Craig Steadman301.00301.00
Daniel Wells301.00301.00
Eden Sharav301.00301.00
Elliot Slessor301.00301.00
Gary Wilson301.00301.00
Hossein Vafaei Ayouri301.00301.00
Ian Burns301.00301.00
Jamie Jones301.00301.00
Lee Walker301.00301.00
Li Hang301.00301.00
Lu Ning301.00301.00
Mei Xi Wen301.00301.00
Sam Craigie301.00301.00
Stuart Carrington301.00301.00
Zhang Anda301.00301.00
Alan Mcmanus401.00401.00
Fergal O'brien401.00401.00
Gerard Greene401.00401.00
Joe Swail401.00401.00
Ken Doherty401.00401.00
Mark Joyce401.00401.00
Matthew Selt401.00401.00
Ross Muir401.00401.00
Sam Baird401.00401.00
Xu Si401.00401.00
Joe O'connor501.00151.00
Allan Taylor501.00501.00
Andy Lee501.00501.00
Ashley Hugill501.00501.00
Chen Zifan501.00501.00
Dominic Dale501.00501.00
Fan Zhengyi501.00501.00
Hammad Miah501.00501.00
Hamza Akbar501.00501.00
Harvey Chandler501.00501.00
James Wattana501.00501.00
Jordan Brown501.00501.00
Kurt Maflin501.00501.00
Li Yuan501.00501.00
Michael Georgiou501.00501.00
Mike Dunn501.00501.00
Nigel Bond501.00501.00
Niu Zhuang501.00501.00
Oliver Lines501.00501.00
Paul Davison501.00501.00
Peter Ebdon501.00501.00
Peter Lines501.00501.00
Robbie Williams501.00501.00
Robin Hull501.00501.00
Rod Lawler501.00501.00
Rory Mcleod501.00501.00
Scott Donaldson501.00501.00
Sean O'sullivan501.00501.00
Soheil Vahedi501.00501.00
Thor Chuan Leong501.00501.00
Zhang Jiankang501.00501.00
Zhang Yong501.00501.00
Adam Stefanow751.00751.00
Ashley Carty751.00751.00
Basem Eltahhan751.00751.00
Billy Joe Castle751.00751.00
Chen Feilong751.00751.00
Chris Totten751.00751.00
Duane Jones751.00751.00
Jak Jones751.00751.00
Jamie Rhys Clarke751.00751.00
Jimmy White751.00751.00
John Astley751.00751.00
Kishan Hirani751.00751.00
Lukas Kleckers751.00751.00
Sanderson Lam751.00751.00
Simon Lichtenberg751.00751.00

The 2019 UK Snooker Championship is due to be held in the Barbican Centre, York, England, in late November 2019. The event is the first of the lauded “Triple Crown” events shown on terrestrial TV in the UK (BBC), and around the world, preceding The Masters (held in January), and the World Championship (in May).

The 2018 event witnessed record breaking achievements by the defending champion, and subsequent winner, Ronnie (“The Rocket”) O’Sullivan. O’Sullivan broke Steve Davies’ record of 6 UK Championship wins, and Stephen Hendry’s record of 18 Triple Crown wins. O’Sullivan is now also the second player to have successfully defended all Triple Crown events (after Hendry). The push for records, as opposed to merely wins, is taking the sport to new levels and getting fans more excited than ever to see what top players can come up with in terms of performance.

The potential structure of the 2019 event was cast into doubt by Ronnie O’Sullivan, who expressed dissatisfaction with the way top ranking players were treated by World Snooker. O’Sullivan cited examples of “burn out” due to top ranking players being made to compete in a number of unglamorous, qualifying tournaments. He spoke about the experience of John Higgins (who lost in the first round, and subsequently discussed retirement) as evidence. O’Sullivan pulled out of the 2018 Scottish Open, due to begin the next day after winning the tournament, for these reasons.

O’Sullivan put forward the possibility of a break-away from World Snooker events by top ranking players, if reform was not implemented. Members of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) suggested that a discussion could be had behind closed doors about potential changes to the structure but that the press was not the right forum for the debate. World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn was less enthusiastic and voiced his disapproval of the suggestion in a filmed segment shown during the championship as it was aired on the BBC.

Changes to the structure are extremely unlikely. The suggestion that players should be able to essentially cover all events in China is one go rather than throughout the year (causing the need for a lot of long-haul flights) would not please the Chinese audiences. Just as in the UK promoters would struggle to create and sustain interest in the game and generate revenue if all the events happened in one short time frame and then fans were left with nothing to watch for almost a year.

Barry Hearn is considered to have been instrumental in getting snooker on the world stage and generating enough money to have lots of tournaments throughout the year and prize money that can attract the top players. It can be assumed that his opinion on this will be what fuels the final decision on a change to the structure of the snooker calendar for 2019 and beyond.

Make sure you tune in for the 2019 UK Snooker Championship for another mesmerizing and, probably just as dramatic event with all the big names and no doubt a few newcomers as well.