Brand new break quiz

CUESTARS is launching brand new ‘Break‘ quizzes – with a difference.

A random fixed number of questions from a total pool of 147 will be selected every time you have a go.

And you have five minutes and twenty seconds to answer them. This time matches Ronnie O’Sullivan’s fastest maximum break made against Mick Price in the first round of the 1997 World Championship in Sheffield.

To misquote from Animal Farm, some questions have more than one correct answer but some correct answers are more correct than others.

The four possible answers to each question carry zero, one, two or three points. You can have as many goes as you like to beat your break. But each time the questions may be different.

In addition, The Big Fat Snooker Quiz continues. Cuestars director John Hunter has vowed to upload ten questions every day during the lockdown. Russian snooker fan Alex Pimenov has extended his advantage at the top of the leaderboard. A staggering total of 368 people have entered so far.

Today’s set, on green-baize queen Reanne Evans, is the 46th in the series. It will be interesting to see what score Reanne herself gets.

Previous topics, future topics (for people wanting to swot up) and leaderboards can be found at Big Fat Snooker Quiz.

Tim Dunkley (World Snooker coach)