February 27, 2024

Stuart Bingham claims first-ever career title and hefty prize money at the exciting Masters tournament.

Relive the gripping moments of the tournament as we provide you with the complete results and daily round-ups.

Masters results

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FINAL

  • Ali Carter 8-10 Stuart Bingham

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SEMI-FINALS

  • Shaun Murphy 3-6 Ali Carter
  • David Gilbert 2-6 Stuart Bingham

QUARTER-FINALS

  • Shaun Murphy 6-2 Joe Perry
  • Ali Carter 6-3 John Higgins
  • Stephen Maguire 2-6 David Gilbert
  • Kyren Wilson 4-6 Stuart Bingham

ROUND ONE

  • Judd Trump 3-6 Shaun Murphy
  • Ding Junhui 3-6 Joe Perry
  • Mark Selby 4-6 Ali Carter
  • John Higgins 6-1 Barry Hawkins
  • Neil Robertson 5-6 Stephen Maguire
  • Mark Allen 1-6 David Gilbert
  • Kyren Wilson 6-2 Jack Lisowski
  • Mark Williams 2-6 Stuart Bingham

Tournament schedule and round-by-round results

  • All matches up to and including semi-finals best of 11; final best of 19

Sunday 12 JanuaryRound OneAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Ding Junhui 3-6 Joe Perry

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Mark Selby 4-6 Ali Carter

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Monday 13 JanuaryRound OneAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Neil Robertson 5-6 Stephen Maguire

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Mark Allen 1-6 David Gilbert

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Tuesday 14 January Round OneAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Judd Trump 3-6 Shaun Murphy

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • John Higgins 6-1 Barry Hawkins

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Wednesday 15 JanuaryRound OneAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Kyren Wilson 6-2 Jack Lisowski

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Mark Williams 2-6 Stuart Bingham

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Thursday 16 January Quarter-FinalsAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Shaun Murphy 6-3 Joe Perry

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Ali Carter 6-3 John Higgins

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Friday 17 January Quarter-FinalsAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Stephen Maguire 2-6 David Gilbert

Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Kyren Wilson 4-6 Stuart Bingham

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Saturday 18 January Semi-FinalsAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Shaun Murphy 3-6 Ali Carter

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Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • David Gilbert 2-6 Stuart Bingham

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Sunday 19 JanuaryFinalAfternoon Session (1300 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Ali Carter 3-5 Stuart Bingham

Sunday 19 January Evening Session (1900 – BBC/Eurosport)

  • Ali Carter 8-10 Stuart Bingham

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Dafabet Masters: Pre-tournament odds:

  • Judd Trump – 2/1
  • Neil Robertson – 9/2
  • Mark Selby – 13/2
  • Mark Allen – 11/1
  • John Higgins – 12/1
  • Kyren Wilson – 18/1
  • Mark Williams – 20/1
  • Shaun Murphy – 20/1
  • Stuart Bingham – 20/1
  • Neil Robertson – 16/1
  • Barry Hawkins – 22/1
  • Jack Lisowski – 33/1
  • David Gilbert – 40/1
  • Stephen Maguire45/1
  • Ali Carter – 66/1
  • Joe Perry – 100-1

Are tickets still on sale and how can I buy them?

The Masters is snooker’s most prestigious invitation tournament and the 2019 event runs from January 13 to 20. Tickets are available – for details click here.

Dafabet Masters: How to watch

BBC television and online via the iPlayer; Eurosport television and online via Eurosport Player.

Dafabet Masters: Prize fund

  • Winner: £250,000
  • Runner-up: £100,000
  • Semi-finals: £60,000
  • Quarter-finals: £30,000
  • Last 16: £15,000
  • Highest break: £15,000
  • Total: £725,000

Masters Snooker History

The Masters, which makes up snooker’s Triple Crown, is the second longest running snooker event behind the worlds although there are no ranking points on offer as it remains a purely invitational tournament of just 16 players – who are usually the highest ranked in the world at the time.

The event began in 1975 when John Spencer beat Ray Reardon 9-8 in a thriller and has always been held in London although the venue switched to Alexandra Palace from Wembley in 2012.

Snooker’s biggest names of the past such as Ray Reardon, Steve Davis, Alex Higgins and Cliff Thorburn have all won this trophy – as well as one of the most lucrative winners’ cheques in the sport – but Stephen Hendry then became the most successful player in the event’s history when winning it five times in a row and six in total during the height of his powers in the early 1990s.

Ronnie O’Sullivan then equalled this record in 2016 with a 10-1 thrashing of Barry Hawkins in 2016 and then a year later moved one clear with a 10-7 victory over Joe Perry.

Shaun Murphy’s 2015 triumph over Neil Robertson saw him become just the 10th player in history to complete the Triple Crown having previously won the World Championship and UK Championship once each.

12 months ago, Judd Trump claimed his maiden Masters title when defeating Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final 10-4.

Masters Most Titles

  • Ronnie O’Sullivan – 7
  • Stephen Hendry – 6
  • Steve Davis – 3
  • Mark Selby – 3
  • Cliff Thorburn – 3
  • Paul Hunter – 3
  • John Higgins – 2
  • Mark Williams – 2
  • Alex Higgins – 2
  • John Spencer – 1
  • Ray Reardon – 1
  • Doug Mountjoy – 1
  • Perrie Mans – 1
  • Terry Griffiths – 1
  • Jimmy White – 1
  • Dennis Taylor – 1
  • Alan McManus – 1
  • Matthew Stevens – 1
  • Ding Junhui – 1
  • Neil Robertson – 1
  • Shaun Murphy – 1
  • Mark Allen – 1
  • Judd Trump – 1

Masters Snooker Finals

  • 1975 – John Spencer 9-8 Ray Reardon
  • 1976 – Ray Reardon 7-3 Graham Miles
  • 1977 – Doug Mountjoy 7-6 Ray Reardon
  • 1978 – Alex Higgins 7-5 Cliff Thorburn
  • 1979 – Perrie Mans 8-4 Alex Higgins
  • 1980 – Terry Griffiths 9-5 Alex Higgins
  • 1981 – Alex Higgins 9-6 Terry Griffiths
  • 1982 – Steve Davis 9-5 Terry Griffiths
  • 1983 – Cliff Thorburn 9-7 Ray Reardon
  • 1984 – Jimmy White 9-5 Terry Griffiths
  • 1985 – Cliff Thorburn 9-6 Doug Mountjoy
  • 1986- Cliff Thorburn 9-5 Jimmy White
  • 1987 – Dennis Taylor 9-8 Alex Higgins
  • 1988 – Steve Davis 9-0 Mike Hallett
  • 1989 – Stephen Hendry 9-6 John Parrott
  • 1990 – Stephen Hendry 9-4 John Parrott
  • 1991 – Stephen Hendry 9-8 Mike Hallett
  • 1992 – Stephen Hendry 9-4 John Parrott
  • 1993 – Stephen Hendry 9-5 James Wattana
  • 1994 – Alan McManus 9-8 Stephen Hendry
  • 1995 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 9-3 John Higgins
  • 1996 – Stephen Hendry 10-5 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • 1997 – Steve Davis 10-8 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • 1998 – Mark Williams 10-9 Stephen Hendry
  • 1999 – John Higgins 10-8 Ken Doherty
  • 2000 – Matthew Stevens 10-8 Ken Doherty
  • 2001 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Fergal O’Brien
  • 2002 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Mark Williams
  • 2003 – Mark Williams 10-4 Stephen Hendry
  • 2004 – Paul Hunter 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • 2005 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-3 John Higgins
  • 2006 – John Higgins 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • 2007 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-3 Ding Junhui
  • 2008 – Mark Selby 10-3 Stephen Lee
  • 2009 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-8 Mark Selby
  • 2010 – Mark Selby 10-9 Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • 2011 – Ding Junhui 10-4 Marco Fu
  • 2012 – Neil Robertson 10-6 Shaun Murphy
  • 2013 – Mark Selby 10-6 Neil Robertson
  • 2014 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-4 Mark Selby
  • 2015 – Shaun Murphy 10-2 Neil Robertson
  • 2016 – Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-1 Barry Hawkins
  • 2017 – Mark Allen 10-7 Kyren Wilson
  • 2018 – Judd Trump 10-4 Ronnie O’Sullivan