1987 - Steve Davis, Snooker World Champion 1981, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988 and 1989

He won 6 World snooker titles and 6 UK Championships titles.

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Paul Hunter (Eng). Masters Champion 2001,02,04. Welsh Open 1998,2002. British Open 2002. Grand Prix Furth 2004 (renamed Paul Hunter Classic). Died from cancer 2006 aged 27.

The whole snooker world misses this young man Mr Paul Hunter (RIP).

World Snooker Final, 1985. Dennis Taylor beats Steve Davis on the final black of the final frame, one of the most watched live TV events ever in the UK.

World Snooker Final, Dennis Taylor beats Steve Davis on the final black of the final frame, one of the most watched live TV events ever in the UK.

Ronnie O'Sullivan

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Ronnie O'Sullivan Such a cheeky smirk

Snooker legend Alex Higgins rocking a classic hat. Forget 'country', this looks good anywhere!

Alex Higgins 1949-2010: He was a flawed genius with incredible talent

Alex Higgins He was a flawed genius with incredible talent

Ronnie O'Sullivan. Snooker Player.

Ronnie O'Sullivan. Snooker Player.

Ronnie O'Sullivan

Ronnie O'Sullivan

I was a Paul Hunter fan and the way he played through his cancer battle was an inspiration...

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Jimmy White - England

Jimmy White, the Whirlwind

Stephen Hendry, seven times snooker world champion

Stephen Hendry, seven times snooker world champion

Stephen Hendry, snooker's most successful ever player, brought the curtain down on his glittering career on Monday night.

The Greatest Stephen Hendry 7 times Snooker world champion

Paul Hunter - snooker player - gone but not forgotten

Paul Hunter - snooker player - gone but not forgotten

World Snooker | News | News | Snooker Play To Donate To Paul Hunter Foundation

World Snooker | News | News | Snooker Play To Donate To Paul Hunter Foundation

Snooker player Jimmy White during semi-final match with Stephen Hendry in the 1995 World Snooker Championships.

Snooker player Jimmy White during semi-final match with Stephen Hendry in the 1995 World Snooker Championships.

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