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How many shots does it take to get a 147?
A maximum break (also known as a maximum, a 147, or orally, a one-four-seven) is the highest possible break in a single frame of snooker. A player compiles a maximum break by potting all 15 reds with 15 blacks for 120 points, followed by all six colours for a further 27 points.
How many balls are in a 147 break?
In snooker, the maximum break under normal circumstances is 147. This is often known as a maximum, a 147, or a one-four-seven, and is amassed by potting all fifteen reds with fifteen blacks for 120 points, followed by all six colours for a further 27 points. In total the black ball is potted 16 times.
How many 147 has Judd Trump made?
Maximum 147 Breaks Made By Judd Trump
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How is a 155 break possible?
A 155 break is the absolute maximum break you can get in snooker and it is very rare. It can only come about when a player fouls at the beginning of the game (when no balls have been potted yet) which leads to a free ball.
How many times Ronnie break 147?
Additionally, O’Sullivan holds the record for the highest number of 147 breaks completed in the final frame of a match, having done so on six occasions. Of these six, one was in the deciding frame of his semi-final victory over Mark Selby at the 2007 UK Championship.
Who made the first ever 147 break in snooker?
Steve Davis made the first ever official 147 at the 1982 Lada Classic.
What’s the fastest 147s in snooker?
five minutes and 20 seconds
Ronnie “The Rocket” O’Sullivan made a maximum 147 break in the quickest time ever recorded, five minutes and 20 seconds, in the first round of the 1997 World Championship. O’Sullivan won £147,000 in prize money for the maximum, averaging 8.8 seconds per shot.