Which Nottingham born snooker player is dudded the 'Robin Hood of snooker'?
Born in Nottingham in 1971, snooker player Anthony Hamilton turned professional in 1991. He won his opening match in seven of the eight ranking tournaments last season and his reward was a rise of eight places to No 17. He's dubbed the 'Robin Hood of Snooker'. Having recently suffered from injury, to date he's reached the World Professional Championship quarter-finals in 2000, 2002, he was a China Open runner-up in 2002, British Open runner-up in 1999, Thailand Masters semi-finalist in 1998 and a Benson & Hedges Masters semi-finalist in 1999.
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