Six-red World Championship
The Six-red World Championship (also known as the SangSom 6 Red World Championship for sponsorship purposes) is a six-red snooker tournament, played with the six and six . Stephen Maguire is the reigning champion.
|Venue||Bangkok Convention Centre|
|Organisation(s)||World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (since 2012)|
|Total prize fund||10,000,000 baht|
|Current champion(s)||Stephen Maguire|
The event was first held in the 2008/2009 season, and was known as the Six-red Snooker International. The event was organised by the Asian Confederation of Billiards Sports. Forty-eight players were divided in 8 round-robin groups. The top four from each group moved into the knock-out stage. In 2009 the event was renamed the Six-red World Grand Prix. In 2010, it replaced a rival tournament (sponsored by 888sport) as the official six red snooker world championship, after the other event—held once in 2009—was discontinued. The event wasn't held in the 2011/2012 season, but it returned for the 2012/2013 season with the backing of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. The event was held at the Montien Riverside Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand between 2008 and 2014. The following year it took place in the Fashion Island Shopping Mall, before the Convention Centre became the venue for the tournament from 2016 on.
|Six-red Snooker International|
|2008||Ricky Walden||Stuart Bingham||8–3||2008/09|
|Six-red World Grand Prix|
|2009||Jimmy White||Barry Hawkins||8–6||2009/10|
|Six-red World Championship|
|2010||Mark Selby||Ricky Walden||8–6||2010/11|
|2012||Mark Davis||Shaun Murphy||8–4||2012/13|
|2013||Mark Davis||Neil Robertson||8–4||2013/14|
|2014||Stephen Maguire||Ricky Walden||8–7||2014/15|
|2015||Thepchaiya Un-Nooh||Liang Wenbo||8–2||2015/16|
|2016||Ding Junhui||Stuart Bingham||8–7||2016/17|
|2017||Mark Williams||Thepchaiya Un-Nooh||8–2||2017/18|
|2018||Kyren Wilson||Ding Junhui||8–4||2018/19|
|2019||Stephen Maguire||John Higgins||8–6||2019/20|
- Active players are shown in bold.
Champions by country
|Country||Players||Total||First title||Last title|
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