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PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

For All Professionals and Amateur Players closing Date for Entry to the first 4 PTC Events which includes the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth is Tuesday 7th of June.

Seeding's for the first 4 PTC Will be taken from the official World Rankings as it stands and not from Last season End PTC Table.

after the first 4 the PTC Table will be used to seed Players.

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

Casey wrote:When will they announce who has entered the events?

well PTC 1 Starts 13 days after the deadline s probably the draw will be made public next week sometime.

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

WorldSnooker1 World Snooker
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@wildey_1 The draw for PTC 1 will be done on Monday 13 June and will be on the worldsnooker.com shotly after.

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

WorldSnooker1 World Snooker
The first four PTCs have all attracted over 200 entries, including at least 93 pros. Details on worldsnooker.com

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Witz78

Wild wrote:
WorldSnooker1 World Snooker
The first four PTCs have all attracted over 200 entries, including at least 93 pros. Details on worldsnooker.com


surely the new European winner TBC will be able to enter these?

who are the other 6?

Ronnie, Robbo, Ding, Allen, Hendry, Davis? rofl

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

Witz78 wrote:
Wild wrote:
WorldSnooker1 World Snooker
The first four PTCs have all attracted over 200 entries, including at least 93 pros. Details on worldsnooker.com


surely the new European winner TBC will be able to enter these?

who are the other 6?

Ronnie, Robbo, Ding, Allen, Hendry, Davis? rofl

everyone can enter them you dont have to be pro lol so i guess if he wanted to play his name is on it.

list for PTC4 Paul Hunter Classic is Here http://www.snookermania.de/forum/17-ger ... -2011#9707

Oezyurt Aksoy Türkei
Gareth Allen Wales
Mark Allen Nordirland
Zhang Anda China
Justin Astley England
Sam Baird England
Phil Barnes England
Simon Bedford England
Zen Beechey
Ronni Beniesch Deutschland
Stuart Bingham England
Christof Biniarsch Deutschland
Hans-Jürgen Bins Deutschland
Hans Blanckaert Belgien
Nigel Bond England
Wilhelm Braunwald Deutschland
Luca Brecel Belgien
Nicole Breitenstein Deutschland
Declan Bristow England
Oliver Brown England
David Brown Gilbert England
Ronny Buchholz Deutschland
Alfie Burden England
Ian Burns England
James Cahill England
Marcus Campbell Schottland
Stuart Carrington England
Allister Carter England
Shane Castle England
Ryan Causton England
Thomas Cesal Deutschland
Shahram Changezi Pakistan
Liu Chuang China
Jamie Cope England
Matthew Couch England
Brian Cox
Stephen Craigie England
Sam Craigie England
Dominic Dale Wales
Marc Davis Schottland
Mark Davis England
Steve Davis England
Paul Davison England
Ryan Day Wales
Gerrit de Leij
Joe Delaney Irland
Yu Delu China
Zafir Dilji Serbien
Ken Doherty Irland
Graeme Dott Schottland
Tony Drago Malta
Robert Drahn Deutschland
Adam Duffy England
Mike Dunn England
Peter Ebdon England
Baghi Ebrahim Österreich
Norbert Eckstein Deutschland
Patrick Einsle Deutschland
Stephen Ellis Wales
Ralph Enax Deutschland
Gerhard Engelschalk Deutschland
Reanne Evans England
Lee Farebrother
Ruediger Fehrmann Deutschland
Leo Fernandez Irland
Kacper Filipiak Polen
Ron Florax Niederlande
Tom Ford England
Bernd Friedrich Deutschland
Marco Fu Canada
Jonathan Fulcher Schottland
Julian Gärtner Deutschland
Stefan Gerst Deutschland
Hendrik Glax Deutschland
Ian Glover England
Martin Gould England
David Grace England
David Gray England
Gerard Greene Nordirland
Mirko Gross Deutschland
Ralf Guenzel Deutschland
Adrian Gunnell England
Xiao Guodong China
Anthony Hamilton England
Bjorn Haneveer Belgien
Roland Hanisch Deutschland
Dave Harold England
Ben Harrison England
Andreas Hartung Deutschland
Sam Harvey England
Barry Hawkins England
Stephen Hendry Schottland
Christopher Henry
Hendrik Henschke Deutschland
Andy Hicks England
John Higgins Schottland
Andrew Higginson England
Liam Highfield England
Kishan Hirani Wales
Anne-Katrin Hirsch Deutschland
Dirk Hochheim Deutschland
Norbert Hofheinz Deutschland
Douglas Hogan
David Hogan Irland
Michael Holt England
Robin Hull Finnland
Rita Jakisch Deutschland
Nick Jennings England
Stefan Joachim Deutschland
Joe Jogia England
Jamie Jones Wales
Jak Jones Wales
Mark Joyce England
Steve Judd England
Michael Judge Irland
Ding Junhui China
Lothar Kempgens Deutschland
Ali Kirim Deutschland
Mark King England
Stephanus Klitzke Deutschland
Harald Kloss Deutschland
Tony Knowles England
Brent Kolbeck Canada
Oliver Kremp Deutschland
Sanjin Kusan Kroatien
Sanderson Lam England
Rod Lawler England
Maurice le Duc Niederlande
Stephen Lee England
Andy Lee
Jan Leichs Deutschland
Pavel Leyk Deutschland
Oliver Lines England
Peter Lines England
Jack Lisowski England
Angelo Losi Schweiz
Scott Mackenzie Schottland
Kurt Maflin England
Mitchell Mann England
Bash Maqsood England
Chris McBreen Neuseeland
Ian McCulloch England
Anthony McGill Schottland
Rory McLeod England
Alan McManus Schottland
Joe Meara Nordirland
Aditya Mehta Indien
Stefan Merkel Deutschland
Oliver Metzger Deutschland
Robert Milkins England
Andrew Millard England
Florian Moederscheim Niederlande
Liam Monk England
David Morris Irland
Lasse Muenstermann Deutschland
Shaun Murphy England
Saqib Nasir England
Ruediger Nickel Deutschland
Christopher Norbury England
Andrew Norman England
Ricky Norris England
Fergal O'Brien Irland
Stephane Ochoiski Frankreich
Martin O'Donnell England
Phil O'Kane England
Jamie O'Neill England
Sean O'Sullivan England
Ronnie O'Sullivan England
Harald Ozim Deutschland
Lee Page England
Andrew Pagett Wales
Nick Pearce England
Tian Pengfei China
Joe Perry England
Andreas Pesch Deutschland
Christian Pesch Deutschland
Joerg Petersen Deutschland
Michael Peyr Österreich
Markus Pfistermueller Österreich
Barry Pinches England
Sachin Plaha England
Felix Pleschek Österreich
Andreas Ploner Österreich
Dechawat Poomjaeng Thailand
Neil Robertson Australien
Jimmy Robertson England
Martin Roesler Deutschland
Patrick Rosmann Deutschland
Naresh Samarawickrama-Blankenburg Sri Lanka
Soner Sari Türkei
Robert Sax Deutschland
Jörg Schneidwindt Deutschland
Paul Schopf Österreich
Frank Schröder Deutschland
Diana Schuler Deutschland
Mark Selby England
Matthew Selt England
Dessie Sheehan
Tomasz Skalski Belgien
Liu Song China
Craig Steadman England
Ole Steiner Deutschland
Matthew Stevens Wales
Markus Stocker Deutschland
Bernd Strnad Deutschland
Passakorn Suwannawat Thailand
Joe Swail Nordirland
Alexander Taubman Wales
Allan Taylor England
Robert Tickner England
Julian Carlos Treiber Deutschland
Judd Trump England
Alexander Ursenbacher Schweiz
Thomas Valentin Deutschland
Robert Valiant England
Rogier Van der Kamp Niederlande
Xander van Rossum Niederlande
Lucky Vatnani Indien
Steve Ventham England
Joerg Vortkort Deutschland
Anja Vucicevic Deutschland
Stevo Vucicevic Kroatien
Thomas Wacker Deutschland
Ricky Walden England
Jamie Walker England
Charlie Walters England
Michael Wasley England
James Wattana Thailand
Mario Wehrmann Niederlande
Daniel Wells Wales
James Welsh England
Liang Wenbo China
Jimmy White England
Michael White Wales
Adam Wicheard England
Michael Wild England
Mark Williams Wales
Robbie Williams England
Gary Wilson England
Sydney Wilson England
kyren Wilson England
Laurin Winters Niederlande
Ben Woolaston England
Ashley Wright England
Klaus Wuscher Deutschland
Li Yan China
Cao Yupeng China
Chen Zhe China

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby SnookerFan

Witz78 wrote:O Sullivan in the PTC is like waiting on a bus.

None for ages then 2 come along at once.


rofl rofl :wave:

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

Witz78 wrote:O Sullivan in the PTC is like waiting on a bus.

None for ages then 2 come along at once.

lets be honest he was in the draw for 10 out of 12 PTC last season and played only 2 so watch this space lol

Re: PTC Entry Deadline!!!!

Postby Wildey

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We are working on final checks. The draw will be on the website by close of play today but hopefully within the next 2 hours.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Roland

what about the qualifiers draw?

I see Liang Wenbo has drawn Michael White. He'd better be on his game.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

Ben has 3 matches before he reaches the last 128 such is the volume of players competing.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Roland

Ben could play the snookerbacker protege Allan Taylor and the winner to face Martin Gould

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Witz78

Wild wrote:Ben has 3 matches before he reaches the last 128 such is the volume of players competing.


Yeh this is why its going to be hard actually for amateurs to do much better in the PTC than the tour guys who finish out of the top 64 at the end of the season.

The pros are always in the last 128 so only have to win 1 match to at least pick up £200 on the order of merit towards their total whereas the amateurs have to win 3 or 4 matches before they eanr any money, so you could have an amateur consistently making it thru qualifying to the last 128 but not getting any benefit.

After PTC4 when the rankings are based on seedings, this will help any amateurs who are high up the Order of Merit at least though.

One strange thing is Eden Sherez who reached the last 16 on PTC1 wont be playing in the PTC again until PTC5, hes missing a trick there as his good work here will have been undone. Hes currently in pole position along with Robbie Williams to get on tour via the PTC, albeit theres a long way to go.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

in PTC 1 Robbie Williams only had one Qualifier to win in PTC 4 he has 2 matches to win and one will be against Probably Patrick Einsle or David Gray with Matthew Couch awaiting the Winner.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Dannyboy

Got another ridiculous situation where just ONE amateur doesn't have to play ANY pre-qualifiers, whereas about 30 have to play THREE!

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

Dannyboy wrote:Got another ridiculous situation where just ONE amateur doesn't have to play ANY pre-qualifiers, whereas about 30 have to play THREE!

Luck of the Draw i guess

God Knows how they work it out though.

only 3 Pros missing from this event
Stephen Maguire
Jamie Burnett
Andy Hicks.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Witz78

Wild wrote:
Dannyboy wrote:Got another ridiculous situation where just ONE amateur doesn't have to play ANY pre-qualifiers, whereas about 30 have to play THREE!

Luck of the Draw i guess

God Knows how they work it out though.

only 3 Pros missing from this event
Stephen Maguire
Jamie Burnett
Andy Hicks.


no amateur should get into the last 128 proper when others have 2/3 rounds of qualifying.

last week what was it 206 players and 93 pros so there was 35 places up for grabs.

its hardly rocket science anyway

206-93 = 113 amateurs
----------------------------

round 1

43 games = 86 amateurs
the other 27 get byes into the round 2 qualifying

round 2

43 round 1 winners
27 who got byes

=70 players = 35 games = 35 amateurs into last 128

<doh> <doh> <doh>

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

yes someone especially last week needed some maths lessons

work out PTC 4 with 95 pros and 149 amateurs i bet you get it differently.

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Witz78

Wild wrote:yes someone especially last week needed some maths lessons

work out PTC 4 with 95 pros and 149 amateurs i bet you get it differently.


Mike Ganley couldnt Count if he was Dracula :dinner:

ok will just give it a go haha

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

Witz78 wrote:
Wild wrote:yes someone especially last week needed some maths lessons

work out PTC 4 with 95 pros and 149 amateurs i bet you get it differently.


Mike Ganley couldnt Count if he was Dracula :dinner:

ok will just give it a go haha

dont think thats Mike Ganleys job is it ????

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Witz78

Wild wrote:yes someone especially last week needed some maths lessons

work out PTC 4 with 95 pros and 149 amateurs i bet you get it differently.


ok theres 33 places for amateurs up for grabs

round 1

34 players = 17 games
the other 115 amateurs get a bye

round 2

17 round 1 winners
115 byes

=132 players = 66 games = 66 winners

round 3

66 players = 33 games = 33 thru to last 128

simples

Re: PTC Draws and Formats

Postby Wildey

That looks pretty easy so why is one Amataur in the last 128 ??

and that one player is Bash Maqsood who is English...


   

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