Robby Foldvari is a Triple World Champion for Australia and is a professional player who has competed with the world's best at snooker and billiards. In a career which has spanned over 30 years he has appeared on television many times around the world, sometimes with television audiences of tens of millions of people. Foldvari has visited over 30 countries to compete, coach, perform trick shot exhibitions and provide television commentary.
In 1986, Foldvari won the World Professional Billiards Championship making him the only other person from Australia along with Walter Lindrum to win the World Professional Billiards Championship. For this, Foldvari was runner up to Pat Cash in the Herald Caltex Sportsman of the Year Award.
Robby's first cue is at the National Sports Museum within the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Robby has also won a WPBSA sanctioned professional snooker tournament defeating Darren Morgan in the final, 8-1 in Clacton, England. This made Robby the only person in the modern day game to win both WPBSA (Professional) sanctioned Billiards and Snooker Tournaments.
Robby has played all over the world including the U.K., Thailand, India, Canada, Holland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Belgium, Russia, Hungary, Malta, Cyprus and China.
In late 1996, Foldvari was Captain of the Australian World Cup Snooker Team winning the most amount of frames in the round robin section for his country, which was played in Thailand for $1million Prize money. On past results and World rankings, it is easy to see why Robby is widely regarded as the WORLDS BEST COMBINED BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER PLAYER.
Robby continues elite performances winning the 2006 Australian Snooker Championship, 2008 Australian Masters Snooker Championship, performing trick shots at the China Billiard Expo in 2009 and becoming the Victorian Open 9 Ball Champion in 2010