Third Round: Part 2 UK Snooker Championship Highlights


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Third Round: Part 2

As the third round concludes, Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from Tuesday's best-of-11-frame encounters.


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Hello, good evening, welcome back to

the Barbican Centre in York. Coming

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up the best of the action from the

bet UK Snooker championship and the

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third round. We will see Shaun

Murphy, the former champion, shortly

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but let's start with Michael White

taking on Ronnie O'Sullivan on a

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very special day for the Rocket.

The

birthday boy plays today. 42 years

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of age. His opponent, Michael White.

You never know where they are going

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to finish, and what a result, there.

So, Michael White gets his first

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frame on the board.

He's played that

very well indeed.

Well, what a

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magnificent clearance from Ronnie

O'Sullivan. Well, did he get a kick

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on that?

Fine shot. That's a

marvellous shot.

Ronnie O'Sullivan

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extends his lead. He leads 5-1.

Good

recovery.

Doesn't matter about

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missing the pink. He just couldn't

get going, Michael.

Ronnie

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O'Sullivan runs out a very

comfortable winner, by six frames to

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one. When I look at the breaks it

was pretty decent. I missed a few

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balls, could have got punished

harder but Michael did not play the

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way he can play so it made my job

until bit easier in many ways, but

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it feels like I kind of got away

with that one today.

Sullivan

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through, John Sullivan was in action

taking on Chinese sensation Yan

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Bingtao, some 25 years his junior,

and it was the 42-year-old who

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opened up a 3-0 lead. Yan Bingtao

was expected to prove a difficult

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opponent and showed why he's

dominating the back pages,

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dominating the match with breaks of

79, and 81. But the matchstick

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another huge swing with Higgins

claiming the next three, leaving

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Higgins as one of the favourites for

this year's title.

I thought he was

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pretty solid. I went 3-0 in front of

any paid then in the final three

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frames I thought I played OK. Happy

with the result. He is a special

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player.

Mark King will be John's

opponent in round four after the

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initial and sort of Luca Brecel of

Belgium. You can see that match with

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us later today. In the evening

session, the 2008 champion Shaun

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Murphy was looking to book his place

in the last 16. He was up against

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world number seven Jimmy Robertson

who was beaten at this stage by

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Oliver Lines. Murphy led 3-1 at the

mid-session interval before

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Robertson pulled one back. Into

frame six, Murphy has potted six

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reds and six blacks. Commentary from

Dennis Taylor and Stephen Hendry.

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He doesn't want to leave himself

straight on that red. The cannon can

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go wrong. He hasn't red available to

the right corner. Once the just play

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on this red. This is definitely

missable, because he's got a player

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at pace.

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Always missable at pace, and perhaps

the cannon was possibly the shop,

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then, the cannon of the black. The

red jumped slightly off the bed of

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the table.

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red jumped slightly off the bed of

the table.

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Jimmy Robertson comes to the table.

He has a chance to get right back

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into this frame.

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Looking at those rates around the

pink, I don't think he has to play

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any cannon is just yet. They look as

if they would all play each other.

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He might want to play a cannon onto

the red to the right of the bunch

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but he doesn't have to do that. He

has gone into them straightaway. And

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he's not too badly placed. They

would have all cleared each other

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anyway. Those five reds are all

available now.

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It is a real test of bottle here

with Jimmy Robertson. These are the

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frames that you've got to pinch, to

go deep into tournaments and even be

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a tournament winner. You've got to

be able to pinch these frames. To

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win the frames that you shouldn't

have. It makes a difference.

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24.

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He has only used the one cushioning.

So, result. If it finishes high on

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the black again he should play for

the red on the cushion. He's got to

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play it sooner or later. Sometimes

if you leave it until the end

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there's more pressure on it. He

could just stun off the cushion for

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that red to the right corner. Again,

reluctant to play it. He was perfect

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on the black to get close to that

red.

As you mentioned, he's going to

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need that, and he's going to leave

it until the last minute. It was

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such a good angle that he could have

done previously, there. All will be

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revealed.

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With this road it is easy to get

that perfect angle on the black to

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get close to the red. You don't want

to be playing it from distance. --

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with this red.

He would like to get

the cue ball were the other white

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is, straightforward. He has played

to move it, and that makes it a

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little bit easier. He finished

nicely on the black, there, and I

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don't blame him for taking that

chance to bring the red into a more

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favourable position. Didn't want to

be straight on the black, he's not,

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he can stun of the side cushion and

up towards the yellow. It is a

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strange game. Shaun was going to the

maximum break, there. He has seven

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reds, seven blacks. And this was a

red that he missed trying to get on

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the black again.

You, the maximum

could've been in the back of his

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mind. But I'm sure it was at the

back of his mind that this was what

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Jimmy had to do, really punish

Shaun. In the most severe way. I

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think his heart was in his mouth,

there. It came off that right-hand

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jaw. That's why he was low on the

blue.

You have to give credit to

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Jimmy. He is good to watch, is in

the? He's quick around the table.

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Very well played. Shaun Murphy was

on his way to a maximum and broke

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down at 56 and Jimmy Robertson

cleared up with that magnificent 90

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break and he's all square at rehab

and three. Good little comeback from

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Jimmy. Into the next frame, and

Murphy is at the table.

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Didn't expect Jimmy to miss his

attempt. And we certainly didn't

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expect Shaun to Mestalla. -- to miss

that.

I was trying to count how many

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times it wobbled in the pocket and

it must have been at least four

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times. And stayed there. Let's have

a look. There are one, two, three,

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four, five...

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He was concentrating so much on the

cannon, he forgot about the pot. A

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little bit edgy, out there. A long

way to go in this match.

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That was an excellent pot.

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It was a natural angle to come back

down the table to the black. Just

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had to concentrate on the pot.

Another decent opportunity in this

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frame.

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He expected to be on this red over

the corner. There was a much fuller

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contact on the bunch.

Maybe a plant,

to rescue him.

It must be close.

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Yes, it is right in line for the

pocket. He just concerned with the

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cue ball, that he can push it

through and get on the black. The

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pink now available. That plant,

coming to his rescue, there. One

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good pot on the pink, but it's not a

gimme by any means. If this goes in,

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great chance.

Good solid pot.

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He does like a wander around the

table, Shaun. He surveys the whole

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situation sometimes, he wanders from

side to side and up and down. He

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reminds me of steady Eddie Charlton.

He was a little bit slower than

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Shaun around the table, that's for

sure. You can see Shaun's average

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shot time, just 18 seconds. He

doesn't hang about.

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A couple more pots will secure the

frame.

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61 ahead, just 59 remaining. This is

just what he needed. He led 3-1 at

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the mid-session interval but Jimmy

came right back at home, especially

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in that last frame with a break of

90, after Shaun had made 56. -- came

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right back at him. Some good breaks,

when you look at it. A wobble on the

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black but that doesn't matter, Shaun

Azad 41, 68, 86, 40 eight. -- Shaun

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has had. He's had one century so

far, 129.

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He sat 20 centuries this season, and

438 in total. But no century yeah,

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but that doesn't matter. -- no

century here. It is now 4-3. And

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with a break of 60, Shaun Murphy

then made it 5-3. Into frame night,

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Murphy leading, and back to Dennis

and Stephen. -- frame nine. He has

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misjudged it. That's careless. That

wasn't that difficult, you know.

It

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certainly wasn't difficult to hit

the red. I didn't expect him to miss

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making contact at all. Just, for

whatever reason... He just lost his

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concentration in this frame. He

knows he's had three chances

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already. An amateur safety shot that

left Jimmy and easy escape, could

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have put him in more trouble. Not

even making contact with the red,

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there. Maybe he's just a bit eager

to get over the winning line.

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What belief has Jimmy got in himself

to stay in this match?

What he's got

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to be thinking is, he was in the

same situation in the previous round

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against Alan McManus, 5-3 down, and

came back and won the match. Those

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other thoughts he wants to be

thinking. -- those are the thoughts.

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And also his opponent's had three

decent chances to put this much away

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and hasn't taken any of them. You

see that head movement.

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The baulk collars are not in ideal

positions but that shouldn't matter.

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He should have the frame won by

then. He couldn't have the reds in a

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much better position.

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Potting this red releases another

two further white corner. Two to the

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right of the pink become available.

Just keep focus, full concentration.

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And you can get one frame back,

here. And straightaway he plays

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little cannon, unintentionally, and

he's put himself in an awkward

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position, just between the gap, and

he's got a choice of rates. Now he's

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left himself a tricky one, this one,

if it passes the black. But this

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should have been so easy. He's

looking at the want of a middle

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pocket to hold the black. -- he's

looking at the one for the middle

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pocket. See? You just make one

little error and it just escalates.

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It's all about keeping close control

of that cue ball. Now he's just 26

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points ahead. Well, that's what he's

faced with, there. If you don't push

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that cue through in a straight line,

these can be missed. Well are

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dialling, very well done! Jimmy

Robertson. That was a pressure pot

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that he got there.

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He didn't want to be high on this

pink, he let the cue ball go a

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couple of inches too far. He's

making hard work of this.

He only

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needs one more red after the pink.

And he didn't want to be playing a

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cannon, but in the end he had to.

And this is awkward because he's

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having to bridge over the pink. We

can show you the cannon he played,

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there, which hasn't promoted the red

into the perfect spot. 40 in front

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with still 43 on.

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55 is OK. But he should have

clinched the frame, there are,

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without a shadow of a doubt. No

wonder he's shaking his head.

This

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red is on, next to the pink.

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What a superb long pot.

It was

great, but he's got to pot that

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blew. 39 the difference. If he pots

the blue, 34 the difference, so it's

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blue, red, black, all the colours to

clinch the match. That's not going

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to be easy, that's for sure. But

he's got to take it on.

This is pot

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of the tournament, if this goes in.

That long red and that two of the

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pots of the tournament. He can win

this match at this visit now. What a

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clearance this would be.

This is

tough. This is very tough. Well, he

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made it look easy in the end. Now,

the only problem he has. Jimmy will

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know that the green is near the

brown, so it's not a formality. It

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all depends on the angle on the

yellow. The green will go into the

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same pocket as the yellow. He will

see if he can leave it to the right

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corner but, as you can see, where he

is cueing, can he popped the green

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from there, from there, from their?!

Those first three pots of this break

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were just phenomenal.

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He is further away from the brown

man he would like. Unless he's going

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to go round the table. -- from the

brown than he would like.

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Can he shut out the match here? He

knows he's got a great chance of

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winning the UK Championship this

year, with all of the top seeds

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being knocked out. He had a very

tough match against Liam Highfield

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that he managed to get through.

Looked like he was going out. But

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he's a class act, Shaun Murphy. And

really, etc Vic clearance, when you

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think of some of the pots. Smiles

all round. Jimmy Robertson

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congratulates the former world

champion.

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APPLAUSE

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The clearance at the end was pretty

good and I needed blue or better to

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win. I played a cannon on the yellow

went as the cue ball went past the

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yellow I thought, what will I do

now? I looked at the blue and I

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thought, let us in the coin and see

what happens.

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thought, let us in the coin and see

what happens. When it went in I was

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like, I had to play the cushion for

the rest that was when it went in

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and I went on to win the match but

the match better than the previous

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one. If I can improve my cube or

control a little bit I am on the

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verge of playing really good stuff

so I know where I need to improve.

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-- my cube all control.

Wilson is

having a decent season. The

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runner-up in the World Open. And

Ricky was a semifinalist in the 2011

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UK championship. Ricky Walden was

leading 2-1 and he extended his lead

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to two frames at the interval. Just

the second meeting between these

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two. Ricky won at

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the second meeting between these

two. Ricky won at the Crucible in

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2014. A good break from Ricky and

the next two frames were shared. We

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now join in frame seven with Kyren

Wilson to play on a break of 33.

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He is playing at full blooded.

Cannot get away with it. That was

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just borderline too difficult. He

has given Ricky a golden opportunity

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now on the counterattack. Things are

not happening and you end up trying

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to push the boat out and usually you

pay the price for it.

Why didn't he

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screwed the cue ball back the other

side block the red with the pack

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before. A bit too risky. I don't

blame him going for the shot but he

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should've differently than that. I

chanced to Ricky Walden. 22 points

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behind are plenty of reds on the

table. It has to go into either the

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to red a pub of the black to the

left or into the four reds with a

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bit of pace and push the cue ball

through. He has the insurance of the

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red over the corner pocket but he

has to develop some reds here.

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That has worked out a treat.

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The top red is on we want to get

back on the black.

It is a bit early

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possibly to be talking about it but

Ricky Walden can take mostly blacks

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in the next four and five reds and

you won't need the red near that

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right side cushion, should he get

that far. 17 points behind right now

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so to red blacks and one behind.

It

is an interesting pointers snooker

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players will be doing the

calculations of my mind. We might

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see Ricky glanced at the scoreboard

a few times during this break and he

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will be doing the maths in this head

to see how much he needs before he

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even tackles the red that is close

to the cushion.

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That is nicely on the pink there. I

think the top red of the two that

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are just below the pink, the top red

will putt into the corner pocket.

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Debtors have a look from other side.

He can only afford one more pink and

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the rest black and it means that

will be 36 in front on the last red.

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He is not playing for the black.

I

suppose the next two red/ black are

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not guaranteed. He will work it out

head and yes to get the top side of

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the red above the blue with a shots

time. Three blacks following this

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pink should see him home. He needs a

nice angle on the black to do what's

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that red the blue.

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Again he must make sure he has a

nice angle when potting this black.

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He needs to get on the right side of

the red because he needs the black,

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as Allen said. On this red it looks

absolutely perfect. It is a lovely

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positional shot. Just

double-checking. 28 ahead.

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Just over on the cue ball slightly.

He is a big lad. What does he do

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here? Does he try to play the pink

and get the cue ball close to the

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red or just drop the black in and

take the cue ball up towards the

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baulk area? What would you do here?

I think he has to play the black. It

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is all about the pot. Probably cue

ball and baulk, in fact. Well done.

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A well worked out break but not

completely out of the woods. He need

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to snooker. Most professionals these

days are very adept at getting

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snookers. He has to be careful here,

he doesn't want to stick the red up.

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Ricky Walden, 69.

That was a good

break for Ricky Walden. Requiring

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snookers from Kyren Wilson and Ricky

will extend his lead.

Ricky Walden

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looking very good, isn't it? That

Lussey what happens in the next

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frame.

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I would mentally play this as though

I was playing a black off the spot

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into the pocket. It is funny how

players play different shots. I

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would mentally forget about the pink

there and think the black is on the

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spot and play for it. If you land

nice on the black cue on the pink.

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It is a bluff with mind games but

because it is trying to hold it he

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has held it too much. It is always

easier sitting in here, of course.

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Bigshot this may now prove to be.

Pink into the yellow pocket. When he

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fully commit to this? Is it there?

Great shot. Well played. Fully

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committed.

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That may help into the next round of

this championship. It was a brief

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shot. -- it was a brave shot.

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He just could have been doing with

another four or five inches of pace

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out of the cue ball and that would

almost guarantee to be nice on the

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next red. The next good positional

shot he plays is a genuine chance to

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win the frame and the match at this

visit. He still has plenty of work

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to do. That was a good shot. He

played into an area and not into a

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specific red. That will do nicely,

thank you very much. The choice of a

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couple. He may have to go back for

baulk colour into but this is

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developing nicely. This time he has

the absolute ideal angle. Going for

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the red below the peak. -- pink.

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There was an element of risk

attached about. I was surprised

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that, in all honesty. A bit short

with the rest. I fancy getting it.

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We know the black doesn't go Iniesta

hit this properly. He could be short

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or long playing this screw shot and

these are difficult to judge

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properly. Just about high enough, I

think.

He can just drop the pink in

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and beyond the bottom of the two

reds below the pink to the left.

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Just a few more putts away now. The

adrenaline will be pumping.

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The adrenaline will be pumping.

0:43:340:43:39

He could hold the pink spot here,

just below the pink spot really.

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Screw back an inch or two for the

red into the left-hand corner

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pocket. Overall it has been a very

good performance from Ricky Walden.

0:43:470:44:00

He has done all of the running in

this match.

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It is good to see Ricky back. His

opponent will be back. He has had a

0:44:150:44:24

bad day today but he has the

pedigree to come back and win this

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championship, that is no doubt. He

just had an off night tonight, Kyren

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Wilson. A lot of that is down to his

opponent as well.

Yes, we suggested

0:44:340:44:45

earlier that he is just more

reliable overall on the balls

0:44:450:44:47

tonight. Breaks of only 33 and 43

from Kyren just not going to get the

0:44:470:44:54

job done against anybody on the pro

tour. He has already passed the

0:44:540:45:07

point of Kaira needing snookers. --

Kyren needing snookers.

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The handshake is forthcoming and

Ricky Walden prevails. He was by far

0:45:560:46:01

the better player on the night and

he prevails over Kyren Wilson by

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6-2. A convincing victory and good

to see him playing well.

0:46:060:46:11

6-2. A convincing victory and good

to see him playing well.

I didn't

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let him settled really. I had a rub

of the green in the second row

0:46:150:46:19

scored heavily through that session

to keep things in my favour really.

0:46:190:46:23

I kept the pressure on nice and

controlled the match. I am going one

0:46:230:46:27

game at a time and trying to compete

and stay in the match out there and

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see how things go. At the moment

things are going OK but we will see

0:46:310:46:35

how it goes. I will chill for a day

now and give it my best shot.

0:46:350:46:41

Elsewhere in Xiao Guodong of China

sealed his place in the last 16 by

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beating Simon Khan who made a

Crucible debut this year. -- Noppon

0:46:480:46:55

Saengkham. The world number 18 in an

interview said he is feeling very

0:46:550:47:05

relaxed at this tournament and Gould

is in pretty good form as well.

0:47:050:47:11

Martin Gould is through. But another

big name has tumbled out of this

0:47:110:47:18

years tournament. Barry Hawkins,

Crucible runner-up in 2013,

0:47:180:47:23

sensationally beaten 6-0 by Sonny

Akani of Thailand. He is 22 years

0:47:230:47:29

old and this is an amazing result.

The Assad three seasons as a

0:47:290:47:36

professional snooker player and his

best performance was a quarterfinal

0:47:360:47:39

of the Indian opening 2016. What a

result, Barry Hawkins, out.

Today I

0:47:390:47:46

am playing, I am playing very well

but today I am winning because I am

0:47:460:47:52

just lucky when I miss a shot and

the last time I pot in the pocket it

0:47:520:48:04

goes in there. Today I am playing

OK.

Very well played. This is how

0:48:040:48:15

the last 16 looks.

0:48:150:48:17

Ten UK titles between these players.

That is it from us today. Extended

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highlights in snooker extra coming

up with that match between Barry

0:48:350:48:40

Hawkins. There will be live coverage

tomorrow with John Higgins against

0:48:400:48:46

Mark King and the all Scotland clash

between Stephen Maguire and Graeme

0:48:460:48:50

Dott which is live on your red

button. Thank you for watching.

0:48:500:48:59

People think that I'm

incapable of working.

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As the third round concludes, Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from Tuesday's best-of-11-frame encounters.