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List of snooker tournaments

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List of snooker tournaments

Blue filled: countries that have already hosted at least one snooker main tour event or that will host an event in the current season 2014/15 for the first time.

This is a list of professional and alternative format rules of snooker but is not completely consistent with them is defined as an "alternative form of snooker", such as six-red snooker (which is played with six reds as opposed to the standard fifteen as required by the official rules), and alterations to scoring and fouling. Some tournaments have occupied the middle ground between strict adherence to the official rules and adopting an alternative format by implementing tournament rules that fully complement the official rules of the game, such as adding a shot clock or call shot; in such instances, a tournament rule operates in a way that the official rules of the game are still fully observed.

Current tournaments

Professional tournaments

This is a list of ranking professional snooker tournaments.
Ranking tournaments
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