Betting odds on the Winner of the 6 Red World Championship Snooker 2019

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Updated Updated: November 22, 2019
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Venue: Bangkok, Thailand


Date: from September 2 to 7

Total prize fund: £265,000

World Championship Snooker overview

The 6 Red World Championship is an annual snooker tournament focusing on the six red variants of the game. As the name suggests, in this game there are only six red balls on the table, instead of the usual 15. Apart from that, six red snooker works in practically the same way as regular snooker. The tournament is due to take place in the Thai capital of Bangkok and run from 2 to 7 September inclusive. Since starting in 2008, a total of 10 six red world tournaments have taken place. Brit Kyren Wilson is the reigning champion, having won against China’s Ding Junhui with a final score of 8-4.

There are a total of 32 players taking part in the tournament. Of course, Kyren Wilson has a lot of support and is expected to win, if not come close. There’s also a good chance that last year’s runner up Ding Junhui will manage to emerge as this year’s winner, especially since he won in 2016. Last year’s victor, Mark Williams, maybe one to watch, as might Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, who was last year’s runner-up and won in 2015.

What are the Odds?

Looking at the odds, Paddy Power has Ding Junhui at 4/7 to win and Joe Perry at 5/4, with the next top players including Gary Wilson (8/15), Akani Songsermsawad (11/8) and Mark Selby (1/66). Over at William Hill, it’s Mark Selby who’s expected to win, with his odds currently at 6/1. He’s followed by John Higgins at 13/2, Kyren Wilson at 7/1 and both Mark Williams and Ding Junhui at 8/1. Ladbrokes favours Kyren Wilson and Mark Selby to win – both have odds of 7/1 – with John Higgins at 15/2, and both David Gilbert and Stuart Bingham at 9/1.

So across these few bookies, there’s really a single player who’s backed to win. It’s quite a mixed bag really, which is a good thing because it means the final match is going to be exciting to watch. Have a look yourself at what odds different bookies are offering for the event. Don’t forget that it’s not just the overall winner of the tournament you can bet on since bookies typically offering betting options for every match of the whole event. Keep an eye on the odds as the competition progresses, as they’re bound to change – if you’re lucky enough, your patient might pay off and you may even get better odds than before for certain bets.

Bet with a risk-free bet

Here are 3 different options for you to bet on this game using a risk-free bet. So if you lose your bet you will get back a free bet.

Where to watch the Red World Championship Snooker 2019 in live streaming?

You can choose between one of those bookies to watch the championship in live streaming online.

  • Condition to access live streaming at William Hill: You must subscribe and have a funded account or have placed any bet within the past 24 hours.
  • Condition to access live streaming at Betfair: You must have a funded account.