Holden Chinaski wrote:Pink Ball and Smart, Stephen Hendry has said The Masters was always his second favourite tournament to win, after the world championship. Ronnie has said this as well.
The Masters is a prestigious event and it's about history and honor, not ranking points. You guys just don't get that.
Just look at the list of players who've won The Masters since the beginning. It's the elite. It always has a great atmosphere. So many great matches have been played at The Masters because the players want to win it so bad.
I'm going to stop arguing about this now. Let's agree to disagree and just enjoy the snooker.
2nd biggest prize money, they both liked that, how hard is that to understand.
Beating 128 players and winning when careers are on the line (ranking points) means so much more than this glorified bull event.
rankers (any rankers) beats invitational events EVRY bucking TIME