Burden beat surprise finalist Igor Figueiredo (Brazil) 10-8 in the men's final while Yee overwhelmed Australia's Kathy Parashis 6-1.
Yu Delu (China) and finished third in the men's event and Bi Zhuqing (China) reached the same position among the ladies.
These were the first world titles for both Burden and Yee. Burden is a former top-32 player on the Main Tour.
Neither of the defending champions competed this year. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (Thaniland) is currently playing on the Main Tour while three-time winner Reanne Evans (England) could not find a sponsor.
The victory means Burden is set to be nominated for a return to the Main Tour in the 2010/2011 season.
The final in the Masters event saw two former pros clash. Darren Morgan (Wales) beat defending champion Dene O'Kane (New Zealand) 6-0. Morgan also won in 2007. Last year he played in the men's event, where he was knocked out in the last 16.
Men: Yu delu (China) 142
Women: Ng On Yee (Hong Kong) 77
Masters: Simon Zammit (Malta) 105
The event was held 15-25 November 2009 at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre in Hyderabad, India.
- Results, Men (IBSF)
- Results, Ladies (IBSF)
- Results, Masters (IBSF)
- Introduction (IBSF)
- 2009 IBSF World Snooker Championships (Global Snooker)
- England’s Alfie Burden lifts world snooker title (Daily Mirror)
- Snooker champion Burden aims to get into top-32 (Thaindian News)
- Alfred Burden wins world snooker championship (The Times of India)
- Burden reigns supreme (The Hindu)
- Pots it All About, Alfie? (Snooker Scene Blog)
- Burden bags IBSF crown (Pro Snooker Blog)
- IBSF MM 2009 (Veikko Hannulan Snookerblogi - Finnish)
- Alfred Burden (Wikipedia)
- Past Champions (IBSF)
- IBSF World Championships, Men (Sports123)
- IBSF World Championships, Women (Sports123)
- Maflin and Jans top World Snooker (2006 World Championship)
- Mahitthi and Evans victorious in the IBSF World Snooker Championship (2007 World Championship)
- Un-Nooh and Evans on top in the IBSF Snooker World Championship (2008 World Championship)