|CaesarsCasino.com Snooker Shoot-Out|
|Dates||28–30 January 2011|
|Total prize fund||£130,000|
|Highest break||Ronnie O'Sullivan (129)|
|Runner up||Robert Milkins|
The 2011 CaesarsCasino.com Snooker Shoot-Out is a snooker tournament played under a variation of the standard rules, that is taking place between 28–30 January 2011 at the Circus Arena, Blackpool, England. The inaugural edition of the event is sponsored by CaesarsCasino.com.
Last 16: £2,000
Last 32: £1,000
Last 64: £500
Highest break: £2,000
Format and rulesEdit
It will be a one frame shoot out with a random draw. 64 players will contest the tournament, which will be shown on Sky, the first time that Sky has shown a World Snooker event live since 2004. Frames will be subjected to the 20 second shot clock in the first five minutes and to a 15 second shot clock in the last 5 minutes. Clock starts when the player takes the cueball. Players must hit a cushion or pot a ball on every shot. Players 'lag' for who breaks and the winner decides. All foul will result in ball in hand. After 10 minutes, the player with the most points win. If the score is tied, then a blue ball shoot out decide.
The draw for round 1 was made on 28 November 2010, just before the final of the Premier League. The draw for each round including the semi-finals was random, made just before the round began. All times are GMT, scores in parentheses are century breaks.
|Snooker season 2010/2011|
|Players Tour Championship|