1992 European Open (snooker)

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European Open
Tournament information
Dates10–14 March 1992
VenueTongeren Snooker Centre
CityTongeren
CountryBelgium
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Winner's share£25,000
Final
ChampionEngland Jimmy White
Runner-upEngland Mark Johnston-Allen
Score9–3
1991

The 1992 European Open was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place in March 1992 at the Tongeren Snooker Centre in Tongeren, Belgium.[1][2]

Jimmy White won the tournament, defeating Mark Johnston-Allen 9–3 in the final.[3]

Main draw[edit]

[3]

Last 64
Best of 9 frames
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
                  
England Jimmy White 5
Wales Tony Chappel 4
England Jimmy White 5
Cyprus Mehmet Husnu 0
Cyprus Mehmet Husnu 5
South Africa Silvino Francisco 4
England Jimmy White 5
England Martin Clark 2
England Martin Clark 5
England Rex Williams 2
England Martin Clark 5
England Nick Terry 3
England Nick Terry 5
England Nigel Bond 3
England Jimmy White 5
England Steve Davis 1
England Steve Davis 5
Australia Warren King 4
England Steve Davis 5
Canada Cliff Thorburn 0
Canada Cliff Thorburn 5
Wales Cliff Wilson 2
England Steve Davis 5
England Nigel Gilbert 2
England Nigel Gilbert 5
England Mike Hallett 3
England Nigel Gilbert 5
England Andy Hicks 4
England Andy Hicks 5
Canada Bob Chaperon 0
England Jimmy White 6
Wales Terry Griffiths 0
Wales Terry Griffiths 5
Canada Brady Gollan 2
Wales Terry Griffiths 5
Wales Mark Bennett 4
Wales Mark Bennett 5
Republic of Ireland Eugene Hughes 2
Wales Terry Griffiths 5
England Tony Jones 2
England Tony Jones 5
England Nick Dyson 4
England Tony Jones 5
Northern Ireland Jack McLaughlin 1
Northern Ireland Jack McLaughlin 5
Malta Tony Drago 4
Wales Terry Griffiths 5
Wales Darren Morgan 1
Wales Darren Morgan 5
England Tony Knowles 3
Wales Darren Morgan 5
England John Virgo 2
England John Virgo 5
England David Taylor 3
Wales Darren Morgan 5
England Willie Thorne 0
England Willie Thorne 5
England Rod Lawler 4
England Willie Thorne 5
England Steve James 2
England Steve James 5
England Peter Ebdon 3
England Jimmy White 9
England Mark Johnston-Allen 3
England Mark Johnston-Allen 5
New Zealand Dene O'Kane 3
England Mark Johnston-Allen 5
England Dean Reynolds 2
England Dean Reynolds 5
Isle of Man Tony Wilson 3
England Mark Johnston-Allen 5
Scotland Stephen Hendry 2
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
England Troy Shaw 0
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
England Joe Johnson 2
England Joe Johnson 5
Scotland Alan McManus 1
England Mark Johnston-Allen 5
England Mick Price 4
England Mick Price 5
England Danny Fowler 1
England Mick Price 5
Wales Doug Mountjoy 4
Wales Doug Mountjoy 5
England Mick Fisher 0
England Mick Price 5
Wales Steve Newbury 2
Wales Steve Newbury 5
England Les Dodd 3
Wales Steve Newbury 5
England Gary Wilkinson 0
England Gary Wilkinson 5
Wales Colin Roscoe 2
England Mark Johnston-Allen 6
England John Parrott 2
England John Parrott 5
Canada Kirk Stevens 1
England John Parrott 5
England Jonathan Birch 4
England Jonathan Birch 5
Australia Eddie Charlton 1
England John Parrott 5
Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 3
Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 5
England Jim Chambers 2
Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 5
South Africa Peter Francisco 3
South Africa Peter Francisco 5
England Paul Tanner 1
England John Parrott 5
Canada Alain Robidoux 1
Canada Alain Robidoux 5
Canada Jim Wych 4
Canada Alain Robidoux 5
Wales Wayne Jones 3
Wales Wayne Jones 5
England Brian Rowswell 1
Canada Alain Robidoux 5
England Neal Foulds 2
England Neal Foulds 5
England Bob Marshall 0
England Neal Foulds 5
England David Roe 4
England David Roe 5
Thailand James Wattana 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Open, German Open, German Masters, Irish Open". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  2. ^ "European Open". Snooker Scene. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  3. ^ a b Hayton, Eric. Cuesport Book of Professional Snooker. p. 162.