Trafford Centre, Manchester
Saturday, 19 November
1 - Mark Selby 243-196 Matthew Stevens
2 - John Higgins 177-255 Mark Allen
3 - Judd Trump 229-332 Martin Gould
4 - Shaun Murphy 112-376 Stuart Bingham
5 - Mark Williams 211-228 Stephen Lee
6 - Neil Robertson 238-174 Stephen Maguire
7 - Ali Carter 245-335 Ronnie O'Sullivan
8 - Ding Junhui 182-288 Graeme Dott
Sunday, 20 November
QF1 - Mark Selby 398-56 Mark Allen
QF2 - Martin Gould 247-180 Stuart Bingham
QF3 - Stephen Lee 125-271 Neil Robertson
QF4 - Ronnie O'Sullivan 185-182 Graeme Dott
SF1 - Mark Selby 246-253 Martin Gould
SF2 - Neil Robertson 157-519 Ronnie O'Sullivan
Martin Gould 286-258 Ronnie O'Sullivan
Power Snooker is an innovative re-working of the traditional game. In Power Snooker points count, frames don’t – the player scoring the most points in half an hour wins.
The Power Snooker table is of traditional size but with a modern design and a bespoke Power Snooker baize.
Each game of Power Snooker will last half an hour, with the clock starting as the reds are broken and stopping as the final black of each frame drops.
A PowerZone delivers double points and when the PowerBall is potted, it triggers a two minute “PowerPlay” during which every ball potted counts double. The game is presented in an energetic, contemporary style, which will deliver excitement, tension and spectacle.