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Quarterfinal day at the Barbican in

York. First up today was Ronnie

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O'Sullivan, fresh from a dramatic

6-5 win over 22-year-old Tyler and

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sensation Sunny Akani. O'Sullivan

taking on Martin Gould, looking to

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book a

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taking on Martin Gould, looking to

book a

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Martin Gould still scales 5-3, but

he is back in this match.

He played

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his part in a magnificent match this

afternoon, very enjoyable, but it is

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The Rocket who goes through.

Once

you get to the quarters, you think

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it's there for the taking, so you

try and give it all you can. I've

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got whatever I could out of myself

today and just tried to control the

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balls. Every poor shot I played,

just try and forget about it and

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move on and try again.

The Rocket

powers on. Ronnie O'Sullivan will

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meet Stephen Maguire in a repeat of

the 2007 final. O'Sullivan won it

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10-2. The choir meeting Joe Perry

earlier today by 6-3. -- Maguire

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beating Joe Perry. Ronnie

O'Sullivan, same scoreline in the

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Stephen Maguire against Joe Perry

match. Maguire lifted the title in

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2004, and they meet tomorrow for

them should be a cracker. Next up,

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Shaun Murphy against Mark King, who

knocked out John Higgins in the

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earlier round. When we left you on

BBC Two, it was 2-1 to Murphy. We

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join it in frame four.

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JOHN PARROTT: good chance this. He

won't be happy with that shot. KEN

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DOHERTY:

GOING TO GO OFF THE TOP

CUSHION. WILL TAKE THE ONE ABOVE IT.

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This isn't nice. Well played. Good

shot. Recovered well.

What will he

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do here? Play a cannon or try to

drop onto the red? Played the

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cannon.

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The red into the right centre. A red

that he is slightly hampered onto

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the bottom right-hand corner pocket.

Looking to see what's wrong with the

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one in the middle, he's taking it

now. Certainly easier to Cuba. I

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don't believe it. Almost as if he

didn't want to take it. To do that,

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Mark, major mistake.

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Could be extremely costly.

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Good choice to try to go into the

pack. Always knew he had a red open

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over the right centre pocket. And

the split has worked out very nicely

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indeed.

He's hitting the ball back

to good, he nearly missed the pack,

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the shot before with the top spin,

just about clipped the side of the

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pack. Getting so much work on the

cue ball.

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Purposely try to get on the red.

Free up the pink spot.

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Can we see him? Going for a sizeable

break without any lapses of

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concentration? It's always around

40, 50, 60, just before his opponent

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needs a snooker, that his

concentration seems to break down.

A

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lovely shot to pot the pink and

screw onto one of the two reds

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underneath the spot. A chance to

open up the reds about. Those two

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might not be possible as it stands.

If he plays the cannon to the top

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red, should be on for the one into

the middle. He has decided to play

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for the red at the back of the

black, which is OK. Need to play a

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little cannon into those two reds at

some point.

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In fact, he doesn't have to. Even

more perfect chance. That's why he

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didn't play the cannon before.

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He is buzzing around the table. 18

seconds per shot. Ronnie O'Sullivan

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would probably be a little bit

faster, 14 or 15 seconds today. It

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tells you how quick he is playing.

It's quite intimidating as well when

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you play a player like that.

Bouncing around the table, playing

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at a fast pace. Everything is going

into the middle of the pocket OK. A

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few little misses here and there,

but walks around the table with an

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aura about him.

It's an aura of

confidence. He knows his game is in

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good nick. Why wouldn't he? When you

are cueing as well as he is. You

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would be walking around like that

yourself.

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This is where he has to keep his

concentration. Getting to the

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critical stage of this frame.

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Just a few reds and colours away

from going into a 3-1 lead at the

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interval.

A bit more to do here. Not

ideal at that shot. Thought he had

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more than one red to go at but

negotiated it. Perfect again now.

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Mark King's mistake to the centre

pocket will be very costly. Can't

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afford to miss those. Just because

he changed his plan, was originally

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going to play for the other red and

didn't concentrate hard enough on

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that one. Fines himself 3-1 down at

the interval any second. -- he finds

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himself.

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This red and another colour, 48

ahead. Either pink or black will be

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enough. Checking the score.

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Double-checking. Prefer red and

black to put him 56 ahead with 51 on

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the table, meaning your opponent

requires two snookers.

That's why

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they call you crafty Ken.

Always

thinking. Red and pink is only 55.

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Still the possibility of one

snooker. But if this goes in, it's

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well beyond the hope of Mark King

coming back to the table. Showed

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good concentration and focus.

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He's not bothered about missing the

red. Mark says that's enough. Shaun

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Murphy wins the fourth frame and

goes to the mid-session interval

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leading Mark King 3-1.

STUDIO: Mark

King having their chances but Murphy

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looking good when he gets in. It was

4-1 after the mid-session interval.

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Into the sixth frame. Mark King has

had a break of 40 and is back at the

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table.

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JOHN PARROTT: Here we go. It's

unbelievable. The quality of his

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long game has been absolutely

outstanding. Makes you wonder how he

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cannot do that in and play such a

bad shot with the red over the hole.

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Brilliant.

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A flick on the green has now gone in

the worst spot possible because the

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two reds on the right-hand side, he

would definitely take one of those,

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and he can't see them.

He's going to

need a good pot here. It's not easy

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with lots of balls in his way.

That's very good. It looked... Look

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where the cue ball finished. So much

confidence of the red going in,

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didn't even think about playing it

as a shock to nothing. -- as a shot

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to nothing. Great pot. Gets him out

of trouble so many times, having

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such a long ball game.

A wry smile

from Mark King sitting in his seat.

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Not much you can do when someone is

knocking every long ball in. Played

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a good shot. Shaun Murphy knocked it

in. Mark King looked at it, landed

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on one, have you?

How important is

it to take the yellow for cushion.

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Back on its own spot. Not as safe

ball on the table.

You just have to

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give yourself the best possible

opportunity with a what if. What if

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I get another chance. How will I

make it easier for myself to clear

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up? He got the yellow for cushion,

and one excellent long pot later, he

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has a very good chance of going 5-1.

So big a chance, in fact, that if he

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doesn't take it, he will kick

himself. They are all there.

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This is probably going to be his

most difficult pot. The scores are

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level. He's going to need, after

this black, yellow, green, brown and

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blue.

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We talked about the difference in

players. And the scoring prowess.

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That's been the difference tonight.

Apart from some of those outstanding

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long pots, it's been the pot success

and the brick building from Shaun

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Murphy.

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This break here. Adding to previous

high breaks. He takes another frame,

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just one more frame from a place in

the semifinal.

STUDIO: Inevitably,

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just a few minutes later, Shaun

Murphy booked his place in the last

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four with breaks of 32 and 35 to

knock Mark King out and seal a place

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in the last four. Murphy beat King

on his way to lifting the champion

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of champions title in November. And

then he went on to beat Ronnie

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O'Sullivan. So is history about to

repeat itself here at the Betway UK

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Championship?

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repeat itself here at the Betway UK

Championship?

I'm over the moon. I

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came here with a distant goal of try

to do better than last year. I have

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now equalled my run from last year.

It shows good consistency. It's like

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trying to lose weight of a specific

part of your body. It's impossible

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to do. In the it's almost impossible

to time your good performances for

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the major championships. You just

have to prepare as well as you can

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all the time and hope that week is

your week. It's so nice at the

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moment, I'm in a nice vein of form

and it coincided with the events.

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Over the moon and I can't wait to

play again.

He's hitting the ball so

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well. Shaun Murphy will play the

winner of the other quarterfinal

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between Wales' Ryan Day and

England's Mark Joyce.

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between Wales' Ryan Day and

England's Mark Joyce. Ryan Day

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leading the career head-to-head

statistics. He has won his last

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three against Mark Joyce. A great

start from Ryan Day to take the

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first tomb dig two frames. -- to

take the first two frames.

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DENNIS TAYLOR: no wonder he's

scratching his head. That was quite

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an attacking shot he took on there.

Look what he's done with the reds.

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They've got all sorts of extensions

these days. Extensions that go on

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extensions. In the good old days,

Jim Meadowcroft, used a commentator

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for the BBC, and a great player,

just passed away a couple of years

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ago, he came up with a cue plus. It

was the first-ever extension, and it

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just slotted over the bottom of the

cue and away you went. Little did we

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think we would have all sorts of

bits of extensions to use.

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Especially with the long, as we used

to call it the long tackle, but you

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don't see that at the side of the

table is any more. You will if you

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go to a snooker club. Big long cue,

and a big long rest. It used to

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wobble when you put it on the table.

You were lucky to pot anything with

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it.

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Quiet as possible please, thank you.

Plenty of noise coming from the

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other side, the table is on the

mid-session interval. They are

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coming back into their seats. Not a

full pocket there. Well played.

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PETER EBDON:

Would have liked a more

full contact on that. Still has the

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choice of three reds.

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Just once again, letting the cue

ball run on two or three inches

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further than he intended. Shouldn't

miss this black, but should have

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been straighter.

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Because he's not getting on the

black as he is intending, he is

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having to use cannons to stop the

white ball running up the table.

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Once again, coming up a little bit

short and will have to play another

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cannon. He doesn't need that many

more pots to secure this fourth

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frame. And level the scores up.

Played it well this time.

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Should be able to clinch the frame.

I know we felt that at the previous

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frame, getting to 54 and then

missing the black off the spot.

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And Ryan let him off the hook. Ryan

should have pinched the third. He

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will not get a chance to do anything

about this frame. Has a little bit

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to think about at the mid-session

interval.

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That the frame safe now.

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Ryan Day will know he has left Mark

Joyce off the hook here. Mark

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certainly didn't settle early on. Of

the two players, he will be the much

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happier at the interval, that's for

sure.

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Now, Mark, can you treat us to a

century break here? I'm sure that's

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something this audience at the

Barbican Centre in New York would

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love to see.

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One good cannon here and he has the

chance of a century. Hang on!

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LAUGHTER

Smiles all around from Ryan Day,

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from the audience. He still has to

pull out another good pot. We have

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had 88 centuries this year so far.

It might be 89.

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Doesn't want to land tight on it.

Might just be able to get it into

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the corner.

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Two centuries so far for Mark King

in the Betway UK Championship. No

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reason why this shouldn't be his

third.

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There we go, century number 89.

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If that had gone in the pocket, it

would have counted as well. It

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doesn't matter, he lost the two

opening frames. Ryan Day made a

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careless mistake and had to sit it

out as Mark Joyce made the century

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to level the match. STUDIO: It's a

good comeback from Mark Joyce,

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winning frames five and seven with

Ryan Day pegging him back. We join

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early in frame nine, back to Dennis

and Peter.

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We can see that side of it. The jaw

hasn't helped in there.

I noticed,

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Dennis, that Mark Joyce has been

reluctant to play those deep power

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shots.

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He may regret that now.

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Smiles all round. He has plotted

both threads there. He would have

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rather the other red had stayed over

the left corner pocket. Mark has

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been unlucky. Catching the jaw of

the middle pocket to believe that

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on. He has plotted two reds with

that shot. But you only have to plot

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the one colour!

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Ryan Day's viewpoint, it might not

be bad that he had a joke with

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somebody in the audience, because it

might have broken the ice of it.

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There is a lot of tension out there.

A bit of fun might help him relax a

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bit.

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Just a slight angle here.

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I tell you what, I don't know how

many times that pink wobbled. Let's

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have a look. One, two, three, four.

Four wobbles and in.

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And this is where he's got to keep

his concentration and focus.

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Give yourself that little extra

second or two just to compose

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yourself and not slip up.

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Once again, he'd have been better to

go straight on the pink.

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This is the best that he's looked

for a good two or three frames,

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Dennis.

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All of a sudden, he looks as if he's

gone into Ryan Day tournament winner

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mode.

And coming just at the right

time for him and all his supporters.

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47 in front.

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That's the sort of red you want to

leave yourself when you only need

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that to leave your opponent needing

smokers. -- snookers. Up until the

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previous frame, believe it or not,

Ryan Day's highest break was 38.

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This is coming at just the right

time.

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All of a sudden, Ryan Day looks like

a completely different. -- a

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completely different player.

Looking

a bit like he did last season, when

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he made 39 centuries. He's only made

13 this season. He's had three in

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this year's Betway UK Championship.

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And we've had 89 centuries so far

this year.

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One more good positional shot, and

every chance of the century.

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Yeah, that should be perfect.

Brilliant positional shot to give

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himself the century.

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Well played, Ryan Day. Very well

played. And the black to finish the

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lot off. He was 4-3 down, he's come

back with breaks of 55 and that

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magnificent break of 111. He is now

just one away from a place in the

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semifinal. He leads 5-4.

A great

break to go 5-4 in front, but Joyce

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then levels, so we have a final

frame decider.

Oh, wow, what a shot!

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Have a look at this for a bit of

cueing. Never touched the sides.

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Well, that unbelievable pot, he's

given himself a chance. If he's not

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straight on this red, he may well...

No, he's got the cue power to get

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back across on the black. He could

even stun it through, but it was

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almost straight, and look where he's

got the cue ball to. Chances now for

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the Welshman.

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Well, he decided not to go into the

reds with a lot of pace. He's left

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them very awkward. He'll need the

spider to get to this one.

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That is awkward.

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No. I think it was the shot before,

he didn't cannon the reds that he

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wanted to when he potted the black.

He left that very awkward. Has he

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got away with it? I think he has.

Hmm. That makes a vast difference

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when you miss one, if you get away

with it and leave it safe.

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Couldn't get in behind those colours

from where he was situated.

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That's far too thin.

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One good telling safety shot, Mark

Joyce could give himself a chance.

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He's 31 points behind.

What a chance that was for Ryan Day.

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They have now been playing for over

four hours, not very often this

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happens on our highlights show, but

we are now going live, because Mark

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Joyce is very much closing in on

victory. Can he booked a place in

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the semifinal?

Let's rejoin Dennis and Peter. As

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you join us, it's very tense indeed.

He's clawed his way back into this

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deciding frame, and he potted an

unbelievable pink to give himself a

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chance, close to the cushion, and he

stroked it in beautifully.

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And that's another cracking pot, but

it's getting more and more

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difficult, with the way the reds are

situated.

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He's got an angle on the blue. But

he's going to have to play a

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terrific positional shot here.

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Can he get through to the reds

that's near the pocket? Even if he

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can, that's the one he'd have to

play with a bit of pace to get to

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the pink.

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That was the problem with that shot.

He couldn't just drop it in. He

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wouldn't have been on a colour. And

we've seen lots of those mist, but

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under these circumstances, this is

the biggest match of his career to

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get through to the semifinal of the

UK Championship, and it's

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understandable you're going to see a

few misses like that.

Ryan is taking

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the more difficult red, looking to

cannon away from the black. Oh,

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that's perfect, well played.

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Excellent pot and positional shot.

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Lots and lots of pressure out there.

When he was 4-3 down, he made breaks

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of 55 and 111 Mark Joyce did

remarkably well to level to take us

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to a decider.

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That puts him 19 in front. Red,

black, red.

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Just leave yourself with a chance to

just roll the red in.

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As easy as you like here. He's

puffing his cheeks. He won't want to

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be forcing this, just make sure of

the red and then he can roll up

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behind the black. It's there.

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It turned out to be a fabulous match

here, both players were missing easy

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shots earlier on, quite

understandable. Ryan Day has got one

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foot in the semifinal.

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Only one snooker needed. Can Mark

Joyce escape from this? And get it

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safe? Just enough room to slip round

the back of that yellow.

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And he has done, and he might hit

the black. That might be the end. He

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missed the black. Had he hit the

black, it would have been all over.

0:46:440:46:55

He still needs two snookers. A

little smile, that was nice to see

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from Mark Joyce. He's had a

brilliant UK Championship, and he's

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not just out of it yet.

0:47:050:47:08

Ryan Day has done so well to get

himself back into this match and put

0:47:220:47:26

himself in a winning position. There

were times early in the match when

0:47:260:47:29

he literally couldn't pot a ball and

he was really struggling. He's done

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tremendously well to hold himself

together.

0:47:370:47:45

You can't always play for your

snooker. Sometimes you've just got

0:47:510:47:57

to keep the object ball safe and

wait for a better chance.

0:47:570:48:01

He can just get past the blue. Not

an easy pot. This to make absolutely

0:48:140:48:24

certain of a place in the semifinal.

It's there.

0:48:240:48:30

Green up towards the black, white

behind the brown. Could have played

0:48:380:48:43

it better. But it's a tall order now

for Mark Joyce. 34, the difference.

0:48:430:48:56

It's a good effort. Got him

snookered behind the pink and blue,

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and I don't think he can swerve

this. He's pretty good at swerving,

0:49:410:49:46

and he is going to swerve it, but he

might hit the ocean before the

0:49:460:49:50

brown. -- hit the cushion. Yeah,

well played.

0:49:500:50:02

Pink and black are not too badly

placed. 27, the difference. Just two

0:50:150:50:26

snookers now needed, because he'll

be getting five points for a

0:50:260:50:31

snooker, if he can get them.

0:50:310:50:34

A bit too pacey.

0:50:380:50:41

You've done well, Mark. You've done

really well this year.

0:50:460:50:51

A bit of a chance here, if he gets

enough side on this. Not a bad

0:51:460:51:53

effort. Not a bad effort at all! In

fact, a little bit harder, the

0:51:530:52:05

swerve escape wouldn't have been on.

0:52:050:52:08

He's tried this in the corner

pocket. But this is a bit of a

0:52:490:52:54

chance, off the left side of the

blue, a little trace of left-hand

0:52:540:53:04

side, Ryan possibly could be

snookered here.

0:53:040:53:06

It's pretty good.

0:53:130:53:16

But, once again, just enough room

for him to swerve around the pink.

0:53:240:53:31

He needs to get tight in behind one

of those colours, and it's not going

0:53:390:53:43

to be easy to do that.

0:53:430:53:46

Not a bad effort again, but I think

this time he can maybe just see

0:54:090:54:13

enough of the blue to take the pot

on. It's a very tough one.

0:54:130:54:19

It's in! And Mark Joyce comes

forward. These two boys have given

0:54:230:54:31

them a great match and, in the end,

it's the Welshman, and no wonder he

0:54:310:54:36

wipes the sweat off his brow, who

goes through this first ever

0:54:360:54:40

semifinal. Well played, Ryan Day.

0:54:400:54:42

Another late finish at the Betway UK

Championship 2017, and Ryan Day

0:54:440:54:52

delighted, win of the Masters this

season, and he is through to the

0:54:520:54:56

semifinal, where he will meet Shaun

Murphy,

0:54:560:54:59

semifinal, where he will meet Shaun

Murphy, and it's Ronnie O'Sullivan

0:54:590:55:00

against Stephen Maguire. Another

dramatic finish tonight, but we are

0:55:000:55:03

back tomorrow. Dust yourselves down,

BBC One 1:15pm, join us for Ronnie

0:55:030:55:11

O'Sullivan against Stephen Maguire.

Bye-bye for now.

0:55:110:55:14

Didn't there use to be a shop

up here?

No idea.

0:55:230:55:25

Welcome to Royston Vasey.

And who do we have here, then?

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Oh, I just came back to

dig up some old friends.

0:55:270:55:30

Hey, Luigi!

0:55:300:55:31

The party's here!

0:55:310:55:33

This is a local shop

for local people!

0:55:330:55:35

Oh, I hope so, Luigi.

0:55:350:55:37

BOTH:

Hello, Benjamin.

0:55:370:55:38

This is Les McGann.

McQueen.

McQueen.

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No! No!

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HE CRIES OUT

0:55:420:55:44

I'm not stood here for your benefit!

Look who's back.

0:55:440:55:46

It's like they never left.

0:55:460:55:47

This programme contains

very strong language

0:56:140:56:19

Nice boots.

I haven't seen you in

a couple of days.

I've been busy.

0:56:190:56:22

You fucking piece of shit!

0:56:220:56:23

You have the balls to come in

here after running to Daddy?

0:56:230:56:25

Anyone else here? Gustavo?

0:56:250:56:28

I don't know where he is.

We have to talk.

0:56:280:56:30

You can't do it alone.

I'm not alone.

0:56:300:56:34

Does Club Glitter mean anything

to you?

0:56:340:56:36

Did that sister find out

we were there?

0:56:360:56:37

No, she met some guys

and left with them.

0:56:370:56:39

What guys?

He kind of looked like,

like a Latino Freddie Mercury.

0:56:390:56:43

What you boys doing here?

We just cruisin'.

0:56:430:56:45

Then cruise.

0:56:450:56:46

We sell it right here in

the hood. Same as weed.

0:56:460:56:49

100,000 off a single key?

0:56:490:56:51

Oh, shit.

0:56:530:56:55

GUNSHOT

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I'm comin', man!

0:56:580:57:00

They're on their way.

You're going to be all right.

0:57:000:57:02

MUFFLED CONVERSATION

0:57:480:57:50

Just chillin'...

0:57:530:57:55

Yeah, I know. I heard.

0:57:550:57:57

Um, have you seen Franklin?

Mm-hm. Can you just...?

0:57:570:58:01

Just send him home, you know?

0:58:010:58:03

I just... I just need to see him.

0:58:030:58:05

Or he can call me or,

you know, just, uh...

0:58:050:58:08

All right.

0:58:080:58:10

Where have you been?!

0:58:290:58:32

At the station.

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God.

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Mm.

0:58:430:58:45

Hope you could give

them more than I could.

0:58:550:58:58

Did the back and forth

there for over two hours.

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