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World Snooker rankings list - The latest money list following the Shanghai Masters

Mark Selby plays a shot against Ronnie O'Sullivan during The Dafabet World Snooker Championship final (credit: Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Mark Selby remains at the summit of the world snooker rankings following the Shanghai Masters, with newly crowned champion Stuart Bingham climbing to tenth.

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World Champion Selby continues to lead the way at the top of the money list, just under £40,000 clear of nearest rival Neil Robertson in second.

Bingham's second career ranking title last Sunday sees him climb one place to tenth, but crucially now within sight of a place in the world's top eight.

As of the 2014/15 season, the ranking system is now based on a one-year rolling prize money total, as opposed to the traditional ranking points system.

Ronnie O'Sullivan is a key beneficary of the new system, with the five-time World Champion currently occupying fourth position, compared to his isolated ranking outside of the world's top 20 in recent seasons.

Shanghai finalist Mark Allen moves into eighth position, while 2006 World Champion Graeme Dott continues to hold down 16th spot ahead of Mark Davis. 

Just £300, however, separates Davis in 17th from Robert Milkins in 18th and Matthew Stevens in 19th.

Veteran Alan McManus's resurgence sees him rewarded with a move to 25th place, with Norway's Kurt Maflin situated in 32nd spot. 

Current top 32 (correct at September 14)

1. Mark Selby £796,866
2. Neil Robertson £758,512
3. Ding Junhui £709,077
4. Ronnie O'Sullivan £507,533
5. Barry Hawkins £461,989
6. Judd Trump £428,331
7. Shaun Murphy £359,810
8. Mark Allen £353,760
9. Marco Fu £332,679
10. Stuart Bingham £325,253
11. Ricky Walden £230,893
12. John Higgins £223,322
13. Stephen Maguire £212,630
14. Joe Perry £208,476
15. Ali Carter £203,114
16. Graeme Dott £176,305
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17. Mark Davis £161,927
18. Robert Milkins £161,899
19. Matthew Stevens £161,655
20. Ryan Day £146,963
21. Michael Holt £145,586
22. Mark Williams £145,405
23. Xiao Guodong £144,391
24. Liang Wenbo £137,505
25. Alan McManus £135,132
26. Dominic Dale £125,912
27. Michael White £121,565
28. Martin Gould £120,375
29. Fergal O'Brien £118,800
30. Peter Ebdon £107,830
31. Mark King £107,076
32. Kurt Maflin £96,157



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