Day 7, Part 2 UK Snooker Championship


Day 7, Part 2

Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage of the second session of the first semi-final in York. A maximum of nine frames played will decide who makes it through to the final.


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MUSIC. Down to one table and it is going to be over longer distance,

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He a remarkable talent, he really is. It is great to see such a

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talent come through in the game, and not waste it. He does enjoy

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himself but lots of it has been over-hyped. At tournaments, I e is

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a really good professional. It is nice to be favourite but that

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brings a bit of added pressure. in the PTC events but beaten in the

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worlds, I think I will do better than I did in the worlds, but he is

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a better player since then. He's an absolutely monstrous opponent.

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have always had tough games against Neil, he is an excellent player, he

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never gives you anything easy, and he is one of the best long potters

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in the game, so I have to improve my safety play against him.

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going to go out there and enjoy it Good evening. Englishman Judd Trump

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and Australian Neil Robertson are two of the brightest stars in

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snooker, both young, super- confident, with a stylish swagger

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round the table. One of them is going to be the first man into the

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final of this year's UK championships. We have extended the

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distance in the matches. It is the best of 17 in the semi-finals. This

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is how the first part of their What a match this is likely to be.

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Two of the greatest potter as we have seen in the game for quite

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sometime. Amazingly, they are all left-handers. That is a nice start,

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He felt that it rolled off. Foul, and a miss. He played that

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beautifully. Couldn't hit that much better. The shot of the match, for

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me. You have to take your hat off to Neil Robertson, he was 2-0

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behind and struggling. But he has Oh, my goodness. It is, anything

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you can do, I can do better, coming up. How do you like those apples?

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Not many of those to the pound, John. He is the best plan to in the

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world. He ought to change his name to Judd Titchmarsh, the way he is

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Robertson has been playing catch-up all afternoon. He is going to have

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The red needs to slow up, and it These two players have treated us

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to some wonderful potting. Both look in great form, and tonight we

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are in for a session of snooker. Don't miss it. We are all square at

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4-4. Ken Doherty joins me for the match. Neil Robertson finds himself

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pursuing Judd Trump. Yes, but he came back very well, the match is

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finely poised, very little between them. This could go quite to the

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Wire. Judd Trump is on record as saying that he likes to play

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naughty snooker. Shorts that are slightly dangerous that, when they

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come of, they give him something of a thrill. How much of that have you

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play? For me, it is drowsy snooker a! Both of them are on top of their

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game and keep you on the edge of their seats. Both of them go for

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shots, make lovely breaks, and not afraid to express themselves.

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Looking forward to this, popular, too. The people of York have been

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turning up in the of droves, all week. M C Rob Walker, it is all

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years. Thanks, Hazel. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. It is Friday

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night in York commander and it is the climax of the first semi-final

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of this UK championship. They could not be any more talented. And it

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could not be any closer. The please welcome the newest global star of

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the sport, he announced his arrival at the top winning the China Open

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in April at making the world final in May. Fearless and confident,

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with his own brand of not the snooker, it is the pride of Bristol,

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This Aussie's temperament has brought him six ranking event

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pittance. Champion of the world's last year. Here comes the Thunder

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Terrific atmosphere in the Barbican Centre. Looking forward to this in

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the commentary box are Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. Good evening,

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Hazel. What that this tour. Walking on to the venue it was like coming

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to a football match. Hordes of people coming into the Barbican

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Centre. It could not be better poised than four apiece. Two of the

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greatest potter has the game has Thank you, ladies and gentlemen,

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Judd Trump has always been in front in this match. He led 2-0, 3-2, 4-3.

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Neil Robertson, you would think, based on that would come into this

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evening were recession quite pleased to be 4-4. -- this

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That is the safety success rate. Neil Robertson a couple percentage

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points ahead. The other one has come right back into the pack,

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there. The red wind across the table and more or less back to near

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enough when it was placed. -- went across. The only trouble with

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taking on the double is you are never sure where the object ball is

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going to go. He might have to screw this back to leave a good angle on

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the blue, to then get into the pink. I don't know if he can go directly

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into them. He might have to go off a couple of cushions. Looking to

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see if that one as available off the edge of the bunch. Has to force

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Watch the white as it hits the cushion. It just takes off, with

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He was close to the cushion. Close, A little bit of a nervous start,

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quite understandable under the circumstances. A packed house at

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the Barbican. Not sure even got between the jaws of the pocket.

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What a reception both players Court, coming into the arena. -- both

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players got. There is not much that is say for a snooker table when

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these two boys are around. Unbelievable potting, from both

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I think I had John Parrott saying this afternoon, that Judd Trump is

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the real deal. We have heard about him for so long. Wondering when he

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was going to make the breakthrough. The World Championship final was

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obviously the catalyst for that. Now he really looks like one of the

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players that everybody is going to have to look out for. Tremendous

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temperament, to produce the type of shot he plays at this level, to

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Just a slight angle on the blue. He would have liked a touch more side

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on that. Slight angle, to pursue truth. -- to push it through. This

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is not a gimme into the middle. He has got to get on the other side of

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the blue. Only one more loose red to go for. What a good chance just

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That, absolutely perfect to go into the reds. With the cueing per that

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he has, he can create all sorts of angles. Not quite sure where he was

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going for that, but how much power did he generate? Unfortunately he

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got too much backspin on it. That is why he did not get the cannon.

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There, you can see a little bit of experience from Judd. Not that long

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ago, he would have been playing an attacking safety shot, opening the

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reds up. But he knows how dangerous a potter Neil Robertson is. No

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matter how good you are, you got to give a lot of respect to your

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opponent. The standard is so I, that you cannot just give them

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chances. -- so high. He has got into that far too much. Probably

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pleased he did not pot the red. Look where the cue ball has ended

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In fact, it has finished awkwardly for you Robertson, because of the

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red to the right of the blue. If he takes the white up to the baulk end,

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He might just be coming back behind A straight forward escape, you

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would have thought, off the side cushion, but you have got to be

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Played that well. It looked easy enough, but it is one of those that,

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if you misjudged it, you could have left a red. It is safe enough.

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Touching ball was called, so Neil has an opportunity to play into the

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baulk, but he has to cover this red that is adjacent to the right

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He would like to get the white somewhere about their, at to cover

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that red. If it finishes there, that'll be OK. It is a little bit

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hard, but it still might be all right. I think that Judd Trump can

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see enough of this red, he has gone a little too far, and it may cut

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into the middle pocket, so that was a little bit of a slip up from Neil

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I fully expect him to pot that. He has not got away with it this time.

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This is Neil Robertson's first good chance of the evening, the black

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available into both corners, the blue on its spot, the baulk colours

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available. He had played a poor shot, hitting it a little too hard,

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and now it has worked out to his advantage. How many times do you

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see that? That certainly has opened things up. He was first to six

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points behind before he started and took the chance, but he had enough

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side on that to swing it over towards the blue. Brought most of

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You could hear Neil groan there. He felt that he got something of a

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bounce off of that baulk cushion. Did it come off quicker than it

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went on? It is difficult to tell, It seemed to come off that cushion

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very quickly indeed. Can he get It doesn't matter if you get a bad

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bounce off the cushion and get out of position, when you can pot like

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That was a natural angle to just roll the black in. He could cannon

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the reds if he wished, but it would make the pot slightly more

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difficult. But he might try and The one at the back of that

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triangle of reds around the pink spot will go, the only problem is,

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the white is a little close to the cushion. Further away from the red

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than he would have liked. Right in the art of the pocket. -- heart. He

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goes through so streak when he pots, that is the secret. So straight.

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That is why he's such a good potter. He does not put any unintentional

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side on. He also keeps his head very still indeed. Perfect now,

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just to stun in between the reds, to leave a choice. He is going to

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get there with the aid of the cushion, as long as he is far

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enough over. All this we did not have the angle to stun in. --

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You can just see it there, his head hardly moved. It is so difficult to

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do that, especially honour forcing shot. -- on a forcing. After the

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colour, he still needs the four remaining reds. It is not a

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It doesn't matter who you are, when you are sat down in your chair,

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there is nothing you can do about it. He has had two chances in this

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frame, that was a tricky pot, but you expect him to pot those. When

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you get opportunities, you have to make the most of them. Will he get

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He would of to be able to get in between the two reds. -- he would

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love. He still might try to get the cue ball down to somewhere near

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there. That would just be about Well spotted, Dennis. Absolutely

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inch perfect. Probably will play the one to the right corner. He

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looks very straight on this one to the middle. And the one to the

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right corner, I would suggest, is going to be a more difficult ball

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to get at. He is going to play the one in the middle. Surprises me a

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little. This cue ball has got to travel a little bit now, to get on

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this red. An important last red, of course. You would think the yellow

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would be the best to come back across the table behind the red but

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what sort of angle has he got on this brown? Not quite enough to get

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in behind, to leave the red to the middle, so it is a long pot, into

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Now, and where is the red going? It is clinging to the cushion. At one

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stage it looked as if it was going to pull away, and then it starts

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turning back into the kitchen. Any more pace, and that would have gone

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in. -- into the cushion. Any more Probably could have done with that

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the kiss on the blue. But he must feel he can hold it. He used all

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the pocket, but with the colours on the spot, very warm favourite to

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take this opening frame of the final session. I am not going to

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question the choice of shots, but when Neil Robertson played the one

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in the middle rather than the one to the right corner I felt that the

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one with behind was going to be more difficult to get on, and it

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caught him at. -- out. Lose it. It looked like Neil Robertson was

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going to go in front for the first time in the match. And so, the

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black, for the frame. We are looking forward to a great night,

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after the tension and stress that that frame at. At the end of the

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frame, Judd Trump once again goes one frame in front. It may be

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looking tense out there, but just before we went out, Neil Robertson

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was relaxed, sitting in our studio. I did not realise, we thought we

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were say hello from the balcony. He got the fright of his life and he

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scarpered, out of there, double quick! When we think about that

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frame, there was one moment that had heavy chance to make the

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decision on again, he would. Have a look at this. He plays the perfect

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positional shot. We can see where Denis has put the cue ball up. He

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could not have placed it any better. He takes the red closest to the

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middle. If he takes the red directly into the green pocket,

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gets on the green or brown and then takes the red, then the frame is

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over. He took the easier one, subsequently missed and left it for

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the Judd Trump to clean up. Just one of those situations that he

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took the easier option, he could have taken the more difficult one,

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and it cost him the frame. And as has been the case for so much of

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the semi-final, it is Judd Trump, He looked well in Hazel's chair.

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They would make a good double act, a couple of blondes! Foul. Doesn't

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make a great deal of difference, just cost six penalty points. Just

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You don't want to overcompensate for slide. You could knock a red on.

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He could ju do with a touching ball to sort this out and then the

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player can just play up the table. That stops it rolling up to the

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reds. The only problem is it gives a slight advantage to Neil

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Robertson if he can put in a Where's that red going? It is safe.

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Now Judd might have a go at a double. Unless it goes up into the

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corner, the one at the end of the pack. Maybe it pots. Well it

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obviously did and he nudged the reds and he has left an easy

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It is impeck e per tifr he gets -- imperative he gets a good angle on

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the blue. He will think about the cannon into the reds. This is the

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modern game. First opportunity, try But you have got to hit the pink

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full in the face. Ooh well the pink's come to his rescue there.

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I'm not certain what he would have been, but for that second kiss.

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look how the white suddenly bites I think he just about stopped in

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time there. Another roll and he Judged the cannon on the red after

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potting the black very well. He knew he was going to flick the red.

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Played it with that bit of pace to go across the table. A decent

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chance this to build up a Well what sort of a shot was that?

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Neil will be disgusted with himself. In fact he might be on absolutely

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nothing here. Unless he can just get past. But his body language

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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told us he couldn't get through to Pretty good there. He's opened a

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few more reds up. He wants a few I'm trying to see if there is a

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good safety leaving the cue ball at this end of the table. He could

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drop the cue ball near to this top cushion and he may leave a cut on

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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In the end he is a bit unlucky. He took the pot on and any other

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contact on the black would have been OK. But full ball was a bit

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unfortunate. The only saving grace ofrbgs he was in a spot of bother

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there. -- of course. The last person you wanted to force into

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playing a pot is Neil Robertson. Just a bit awkward now. But Neil

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won't bother about the pink and black being slightly out of

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commission. A 37 point advantage. Especially with this young potter

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I was listening to Judd and he was saying he is going to have to

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shorpen up on his safety -- sharpen up on his safety play. If he

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develops a top class tabgtsical game, everyone's going to have to -

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- tactical gairpblgs everyone's He is just slightly behind Neil in

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the safety success department. But in the tournament he is 5% ahead of

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him. So over all his safety has But this is what he likes doing.

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Now he's a bit unlucky. He almost went in off. But what a pot that

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was. That is worth another look at that one. He has got a bit too much

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stun on it and unlucky to finish right on the cushion. That was a

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Not many players would have took That is a nice little cannon on the

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red, because he was going to stick the red up until he collided with

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It is safe now, the red's in the A useful double to pull out there.

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And it was a double he could play, with very little danger. Of course

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it went in. Got the snooker, he wasn't bothered about finishing on

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That is not the one he intended to hit. Because it is in that, he

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leaves one to the left corner. sure if the plant's on as well,

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Looking at the balls, he should clear up from here, John, shouldn't

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he? Talk about Noah's Ark, you have I think he thought by paying it

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with pace he could widen the angle without using side. Lucky not to go

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Well he has got a good cue ball. But he may be tight behind the blue

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He had to land on the blue dead weight. That last shot of Judd's

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looked reckless, but it wasn't, he Well what a pot that was! And he's

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on the brown and he has brought a few reds away from the side cushion.

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Still not a frame-winning opportunity. But you never know

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It is a terrific sound when he's at the table and the balls hit the

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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Terrific amount of side there to He was hoping to disturb two of the

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reds. But another tremendous pot. A good cannon. He is going to flay

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red closest to the cue ball, is he? He has got a nice angle on the

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pifpbg. He may be able to stun into He has got to be careful, he could

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slip around the back of the two He spotted something on the cue

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ball that would have been in his line of sight. We can have another

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look at the cannon. And it looks like this red will pass the pink.

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He is only one point behind now, so Ooh he was up. He just got it to

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the near jaw. But he's not left anything. Another exciting frame we

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Not easy to put a telling safety In this arena now, cow -- you could

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hear a pin drop. There is no distrabs -- distraction from the

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other table. The crowds have enjoyed it. Mixed feelings by some

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of the players. But this game, a lot about the spectators and

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Oh! If the white drops in the pocket, he has lost the frame. He

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may still lose the frame. This is much more difficult than it would

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have been had the cue ball dropped As we get closer to the winning

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line, they're such great long potters, but we will see this type

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Another poor safety shot there from Neil. He's lucky that his has run

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safe. -- this has run safe. Now would you risk it, Dennis, just

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pushing the red down the cushion and use the green and black as the

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snookering balls. If he got it it could be a very telling snooker. He

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didn't fancy it. That shot is only good if he can get the red in the

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jaws of the pocket and he didn't do that. Now that good chance falls to

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kneel Robertson. -- Neil Robertson. Can you believe it. He had the cue

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ball cleaned and got down and missed a shot that he would, well

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how many niem times would -- times He has hardly touched that and

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screwed the white more than half the way back up the table. He's

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overdone it slightly, but he can just about cut this blue in. Now it

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is all about will he be on the red? The yellow's the key ball now to

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this frame. That could be the only obstacle between Judd Trump and a

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That is the wrng side of the table for a left -- wrong side of the

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If he's straight he will be OK. will be disappointed if he loses

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To miss the red he missed that gave Judd this opportunity, he will be

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kicking himself. Lou do you miss these? Well that was frame ball and

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Judd Trump missed it. He's left it. That is just pure tension. Can't

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say he hit it too hard, it is the He should finish somewhere near the

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He has overcut it. Where is this cue ball, is the pink going to come

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to his rescue. If he has fluked a snooker here, and I think he has,

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that is quite amazing. He holds his hand up. But incredible. Have a

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look at that and well... Even if he tried to swerve around that, it is

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such a difficult situation and difficult to get it safe. If he

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swerves around the pink, pots the blue, the white could go in after

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it. What a situation! You don't see much emotion from Judd, but as he

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was walking to the table, the Can he swerve and pot it? He

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couldn't. Can he leave it safe? He deserves to, but he hasn't. Neil

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Robertson, very lucky. Can me -- he take advantage of it. He needs,

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pink, blue and black. And what is the question mark. -- black is the

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Imperative he gets a correct angle on the pink to leave himself on

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That is not the best place. If he cuts the pink in, he needs not

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necessarily there, but in that line, so that the black is pottable. And

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to get there, it is a slightly more difficult pot to take it into the

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A much easier pot to the right corner, but he can't get close to

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HAZEL IRVINE: What an intriguing frame this is, but we have to leave

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