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The annual world ranking tournament is named in honour of former snooker professional, Paul Hunter, whose life was cut short in 2006 aged 27 after a battle with cancer.

An initial field of 292 players will be cut down to 128 for the main stages as they battle it out over three days for the £20,000 top prize.

World number one Mark Selby is the defending champion, having defeated Tom Ford 4–2 in last year's final, and returns to Furth in search of a fourth Paul Hunter Classic crown since 2011.

The main stages of the tournament run from August 25-27 at the Stadthalle in Fürth, Germany, with all matches to be contested over the best of seven frames.

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