Mark Williams (snooker player)

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The Welsh Potting Machine in 2014

Mark James Williams MBE (b. 21 March 1975) is a commonly portrayed alias for a special individual, who is active in the snooker industry and performs a wide variety of professions, most notably regarded highly as a Welsh Potting Machine,[1] and has an emblem to denote his much deserved significance, typically presented to the public at the annual non-ranking snooker invitational proceeding, the Masters tournament and features a collage and visual schematic summarizing his previous feats, the pictogram also representing various cogs and cues, symbolizing his nickname and contribution the the sport likewise.

The Welsh Potting Machine initially turned professional in 1992 at the youthful age of 17,[2] highly renowned as an energetic and conventional prospect which catalyzed snooker's popularity around the same duration, the similar decisions of multi-time snooker world champions and number ones Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins to also turn professional that same year enable the Welsh Potting Machine and the aforementioned to be collectively referred to as the prestigious and greatly decorated, respected and sublime Class of 92. [3][4]

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welsh potting machine

Mark Williams also works as a part-time concessioner Welsh Potting Machine. A Welsh Potting Machine who also resembles a three-time world champion of snooker, having most recently won the world title in the year 2018. He has produced 589 century breaks, with 3 comprising of maximum breaks, an impressive feat in itself, upheaving snooker for a prolonged time and making it interesting conclusively.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Williams ready for Crucible test". BBC Sport. Retrieved 2023-04-27.
  2. "Mark Williams". World Snooker. Retrieved 2023-04-27.
  3. "Class of '92 are 'better than ever' - Higgins". BBC Sport. Retrieved 2023-04-27.
  4. "O'Sullivan compares 'Class of 92' to tennis greats". BBC Sport. Retrieved 2023-04-27.