|UK Championship - Kval 2023||11/22 19:00||10||David Gilbert v Jamie Clarke||5-6|
|UK Championship - Kval 2023||11/21 09:30||9||David Gilbert v Julien Leclercq||6-1|
|International Championship 2023||11/05 01:30||6||Jordan Brown v David Gilbert||6-3|
|Scottish Open - Kval 2023||10/31 14:15||7||David Gilbert v Jak Jones||4-3|
|Northern Ireland Open 2023||10/27 13:20||3||Barry Hawkins v David Gilbert||5-4|
|Northern Ireland Open 2023||10/26 19:00||4||David Gilbert v Rory McLeod||4-0|
|Northern Ireland Open 2023||10/26 12:00||5||David Gilbert v Lyu Haotian||4-1|
|Northern Ireland Open 2023||10/25 09:00||6||Matthew Stevens v David Gilbert||3-4|
|Northern Ireland Open - Kval 2023||10/22 18:00||7||David Gilbert v Joel Connolly||4-1|
|English Open 2023||10/03 09:00||6||Cao Yupeng v David Gilbert||4-0|
|British Open 2023||09/28 20:20||4||David Gilbert v Mark Selby||3-4|
|British Open 2023||09/28 12:00||5||David Gilbert v Ishpreet Chadha||4-1|
David Gilbert (born 12 June 1981) is an English professional snooker player. He is a former World Snooker Young Player of Distinction and practises at Potters Snooker and Pool Club in Swadlincote, Derbyshire, a club which he co-owns.
Having never previously been beyond the last 16 of a ranking event, Gilbert reached the final of the 2015 International Championship where he lost 5–10 to John Higgins. On 22 January 2019 he hit the milestone of the 147th maximum break in the Championship League. On 4 May 2019 he narrowly missed out on his first ever World Snooker Championship final in a final frame decider, losing out 16–17 to John Higgins. On 13 August 2021 Gilbert won his first world ranking title after 22 years of being a professional by winning the 2021 Championship League after beating Mark Allen 3–1 in the final.