A future six-red snooker competition called the 2023 Pathum Thani Six-red World Championship will take place in Thailand’s Pathum Thani from March 6–11. The competition will include 32 players, including four qualifiers who will compete in the final rounds.
The six-red World Championship is an international six-red snooker tournament. Since its inception in 2008, the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association have granted permission for the event to be conducted annually as part of their World Snooker Tour.
The most recent competition, called the “2023 Pathum Thani Six-red World Championship,” is set to start on Monday and last for one week. The competition will include 32 professional snooker players.
$313,396 ($11,000,000) will be the total prize fund for the 2023 Six-red tournament. The prize winner will receive about $121,951 or 4,200,000. The group stage and the playoff stage will be used to divide the competition as usual into two parts.
2023 Six-red World Championship Viewing
- Start Date: Monday, March 6, 2023
- Time: 11:00 p.m. ET
- Where: Pathum Thani, Bangkok
- Total prize fund: 11,000,000 baht
- Winner’s share: 4,200,000 baht
- TV Channel: Eurosport
2023 Six-red World Championship Group Info
Group A: Stephen Miguire, Ding Junhui, Zhang Anda, Mink Nutcharut
Group B: Zhou Yuelong, Tom Ford, Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, Jimmy White
Group C: John Higgins, Hossein Vafaei, Ken Doherty, Poramin Danjirakul
Group D: Judd Trump, Ricky Walden, Ma Hailong, Kritsanut, Lertsattayathorn
Group E: Matthew Selt, Robert Milkins, Chris Wakelin, Dechawat Poomjaeng
Group F: Mark Williams, Joe Perry, Andres Petrov, Sunny Akani
Group G: Jordan Brown, Stuart Bingham, Stuart Bingham, Mahmoud El Hareedy
Group H: Ronnie O’Sullivan, Jimmy Robertson, Jimmy Robertson, Stan Moody
Hoe To Watch Six-red World Championship 2023:
The 2023 Six-red World Championship will run until Saturday 11th March when the final goes ahead.
- Eurosport app