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The 1992 Pot Black was the second of the revived professional invitational snooker tournament and the 20th series altogether. It took place during the summer of 1992 and broadcast in autumn. The tournament was held in Blackpool, and featured sixteen professional players in a knock-out system.

Pot Black Timeframe
Tournament information
DatesSummer 1992 (broadcast 7 September-14 October 1992)
CityBlackpool
CountryEngland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatNon-Ranking event
Highest break ???
Final
ChampionEngland Neal Foulds
Runner-upThailand James Wattana
Score1-0
1991
1993

This year, the series had been changed into a "timeframe" system which players would play at least one or two frames of snooker against the clock (each show was at least 20 minutes), the final being longer.

Broadcasts were shown on Mondays and Wednesdays and the series started at 15:00 on Monday 7 September 1992.[1] Eammon Holmes presented the series and Ted Lowe and Willie Thorne were the commentators with John Williams as referee.

Players in this year's series were the top 16 ranked players for the 1992-93 season except the No1 player Stephen Hendry and Darren Morgan. Replacing them were the first ever woman to play in series, Allison Fisher and the professional debut of the Junior Pot Black champion Ronnie O'Sullivan who beat defending Pot Black champion Steve Davis in the first show of the series. The final was won by Neal Foulds beating debutant James Wattana [2]

Main drawEdit

FinalEdit

Final:
Blackpool, England, Summer 1992 (Broadcast 14 October 1992).
Neal Foulds
  England
1-0 James Wattana
  Thailand

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BBC Television – 7 September 1992 – Pot Black". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  2. ^ "BBC Television – 14 October 1992 – Pot Black:". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Retrieved 30 July 2018.