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Dale commented the win had "only taken 27 years". Selby won both of the opening two frames, before Bingham won the next five frames with breaks of , 97, , and Un-Nooh won the next three frames with breaks of 77, 66 and 96 in just 37 minutes to reach the semi-finals.
Reigning World Champion Judd Trump was tied at 4—4 with Sam Craigie in his first round match despite leading at 3—0 but won the deciding frame.
He then defeated Liang Wenbo 5—3 before another deciding frame win over Joe Perry. His quarter-final match was against Michael Holt. The two semi-finals were held on 2 November Both matches were played as best-of frames; both finished at 6—5.
Wilson won the opening three frames of the match; who's highest break during this time was a Un-Nooh won the next two frames, including a break of 74, but Wilson won frame eight to lead 5—3.
Wilson made the first break of the final frame but made only 38 before Un-Nooh made a break of The match was decided after Wilson missed a yellow ball , allowing Un-Nooh to win frame and the match.
The second semi-final was a rematch of the World Snooker Championship final between Trump and Higgins. Trump took the opening frame.
Higgins took the next two with two breaks of more than Trump gained the first chance of frame 11, scoring a 55, before Higgins made a break of Higgins missed a pink ball into the middle pocket allowing Trump to clear the table and win the match 6—5.
This was Thepchaiya's second ranking event final, having won the Snooker Shoot Out. Frame seven was awarded to Trump, after Un-Nooh failed to hit the red ball on three consecutive attempts.
The victory put Trump level with Ding Junhui into eighth for the most ranking event titles won. Players shown in bold denote match winners.
The draw for the main competition is shown below. Most of the qualifying matches for the event were played between 2 and 5 October at the Barnsley Metrodome in Barnsley , England.
All qualifying matches were best-offrames. A total of 64 century breaks were made by 26 players during the main event.
A total of 32 century breaks were made by 32 players during the qualifying stage for the event. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Snooker tournament, held October—November World Snooker.
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