This week marks 20 years since the greatest frame of snooker ever played. Englishman Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 147 break in his first-round match against Mick Price at the 1997 World Championship is indisputably the pièce de résistance of O’Sullivan’s 25-year-long career, snooker’s advertisement to the world, and a YouTube…
Snooker, perhaps the only sport played in a bowtie and waistcoat, can seem confusing at first. Is it the same as pool? Why is the table so big? Why does the referee keep putting balls back onto the table?
Ronnie O'Sullivan is en route to his fifth snooker world championship title, but his win over Judd Trump in the semifinal was a real stinker.