The Masters is an annual snooker tournament that is one of the most prestigious events in the sport.
It is a non-ranking tournament and is typically held in January each year at Alexandra Palace in London, England.
Masters 2023 Odds
The 2023 Masters tournament features the top 16 players in the world rankings and is a knockout format, with each match being played over several frames.
The winner of each match progresses to the next round, with the winner of the final being crowned the Masters champion.
The Masters has a rich history, with the first tournament being held in 1975. Some of the greatest players in snooker history have won the event, including Ronnie O’Sullivan, Stephen Hendry, and Steve Davis.
The tournament is broadcast live on television and is widely watched by snooker fans around the world.
The Masters is considered one of the most prestigious and exciting events in the snooker calendar, and tickets to watch the matches live at Alexandra Palace are highly sought after.
Watch the Masters Snooker live streaming
The Masters can usually be watched on BBC red button or you can also watch using Eurosport’s coverage in the United Kingdom.
Alternatively, you can also use Bet365 who have their Masters Snooker streaming TV service here.
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What is the prize money for the 2023 Masters?
In the 2022 Masters snooker tournament, the total prize fund was £725,000, with the winner receiving a first-place prize of £250,000.
The runner-up received £100,000, while the losing semifinalists each received £60,000.
The losing quarterfinalists received £30,000, and the players who were eliminated in the first round received £15,000.
The prize money for the 2023 Masters snooker tournament is expected to be announced closer to the event.