List of snooker players with over 100 century breaks

List of snooker players with over 100 century breaks

Century of centuries refers to players who have achieved at least one hundred century breaks in snooker professional tournaments. The list also shows the number of seasons it took the player to compile a century of centuries.The current list is as follows as of 31 August 2008 end of Northern Ireland Trophy.


* Every World Champion from 1987 is on this list with the exception of Graeme Dott, who was World Champion in 2006.
* 9 World Champions are on the list, with a combined total of 23 titles between them.
* Jimmy White is the player with the most centuries who has yet to win a world title, although he has reached 6 finals.
* Ronnie O'Sullivan and Ding Junhui both took 5 seasons to reach 100 centuries, which is the shortest period of time in which this has occurred. Willie Thorne took 19 seasons to score his 100th century, the longest such period.
* Anthony Hamilton is the highest player on the list never to have won a ranking title.
* Stephen Hendry has the most centuries in a season (53), which he achieved during the 1994/5 season.

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