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2009 Six-red World Grand Prix

Six-red World Grand Prix
Tournament information
Dates 7–12 July 2009
Venue Montien Riverside Hotel
City Bangkok
Country Thailand
Organisation(s) ACBS
Total prize fund 3,720,000 baht
Winner's share 1,000,000 baht
Highest break 75 (x3)
Final
Champion Jimmy White
Runner-up Barry Hawkins
Score 8–6
2008
2010

The 2009 Six-red World Grand Prix (often styled the 2009 SangSom 6-red World Grand Prix for sponsorship and marketing purposes) was a six-red snooker tournament held between 7 and 12 July 2009 at the Montien Riverside Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.

Twenty-three of the tournament's 48 competitors were on the 2009/10 professional World Snooker tour of the more established 15-red game. A relatively high proportion of competitors were from Asia.

Jimmy White won in the final 8–6 against Barry Hawkins.[1]

Prize money

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[2]

  • Winner: 1,000,000 baht
  • Runner-up: 500,000 baht
  • Semi-finalists: 250,000 baht
  • Quarter-finalists: 150,000 baht
  • Last 16: 70,000 baht
  • Last 32: 35,000 baht
  • Total: 3,720,000 baht


Round-robin stage

The top four players from each group qualified for the knock-out stage. All matches were best of 9 frames.[3][4]

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Group G

Group H

Knockout stage

[4][5]

Last 32
Best of 11 frames
Last 16
Best of 11 frames
Quarter Finals
Best of 13 frames
Semi Finals
Best of 13 frames
Final
Best of 15 frames
                             
Mark King 6
Wael Talat 1
Mark King 6
Michael Holt 2
Michael Holt 6
Noppadol Sangnil 3
Mark King 6
Jimmy White 7
Ricky Walden 6
Mohammed Sajjad 3
Ricky Walden 5
Jimmy White 6
Jimmy White 6
Shaun Murphy 4
Jimmy White 7
Mark Williams 4
Mark Williams 6
Atthasit Mahitthi 2
Mark Williams 6
Ken Doherty 0
Phaithoon Phonbun 4
Ken Doherty 6
Mark Williams 7
Issara Kachaiwong 5
Matthew Stevens 1
Stuart Bingham 6
Stuart Bingham 5
Issara Kachaiwong 6
Aditya Mehta 4
Issara Kachaiwong 6
Jimmy White 8
Barry Hawkins 6
Darren Morgan 4
Noppadon Noppachorn 6
Noppadon Noppachorn 4
Barry Hawkins 6
Dave Harold 5
Barry Hawkins 6
Barry Hawkins 7
James Wattana 5
Joe Perry 3
James Wattana 6
James Wattana 6
Ryan Day 4
Fung Kwok Wai 1
Ryan Day 6
Barry Hawkins 7
Judd Trump 2
John Higgins 6
Supoj Saenla 4
John Higgins 6
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 0
Brendan O'Donoghue 4
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 6
John Higgins 2
Judd Trump 7
Mohammed Shehab 6
Nigel Bond 4
Mohammed Shehab 4
Judd Trump 6
Peter Ebdon 1
Judd Trump 6

Maximum breaks

(Note a maximum break in six-red snooker is 75)[4]

References

  1. ^ "Six of the Best for White". Global Snooker. Retrieved 17 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Prize Money". African Billiards & Snooker Federation. Retrieved 17 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "2009 Sangsom 6 reds Groups". Global Snooker. Retrieved 9 February 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c "2009 Sangsom 6 Reds Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 9 February 2011. 
  5. ^ "2009 Sangsom 6 Reds Drawsheet". Global Snooker. Retrieved 9 February 2011. 
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