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Dramatic snooker frame from Champion Of Champions 2017 Final between Shaun Murphy and Ronnie O'Sullivan
Amazing interesting tactical snooker frame between Marco Fu and Ryan Day | 2017 World Grand Prix Snooker SEMIFINAL
This clip is from the 1987 UK Championship. Alex is playing his old foe Steve Davis in his first appearance since his ban for headbutting a tournament offical exactly a year previous. Here in frame 4 he plays a shot that you rarely see, deliberately using the angle of the middle pocket to snooker Davis. A clever shot that proves Alex wasn't all about crashing balls around the table.
Hilarious moment from the final of World Snooker Championship between Mark Selby and John Higgins! Higgins went off 3 times in a row trying to clip the red from two cushions
Maximum 147 Break by Neil Robertson in Final ᴴᴰ | FINAL UK Snooker Championship 2015 vs LIANG Wenbo 梁文博 The UK Snooker Championship, sponsored by Betway in 2015, is one of snooker’s most historic and prestigious tournaments. It is considered the second biggest ranking event, after the World Championship, and those two tournaments make up snooker’s Triple Crown along with the Masters. The UK Championship was first staged in 1977 and has been won by virtually all of snooker’s great names. Since 2011 it has been staged at the York Barbican, and attracts huge crowds throughout. In 2014, Ronnie O’Sullivan won the title for the fifth time by beating Judd Trump 10-9 in one of the most dramatic finals of recent years. Tickets for the 2015 Betway UK Championship are on sale now
Dramatic Snooker Escapes Exchange, then blue jumped out of the pocket in frame ending between Mark Selby and Marco Fu on 2016 Betfred World Snooker Championship
Semifinal: Mark Selby vs Marco Fu [BBC] HD Session 1
Commentators: Willie Thorne and John Virgo
The World Championship, sponsored by Betfred until 2017, is snooker’s most important event, and one of the highlights of the sporting calendar. For 17 days each Spring, the very best on the planet go through a test of endurance, skill and mental toughness with an ultimate goal: to lift snooker’s most famous and coveted trophy. The tournament has been running since 1927 and is steeped in history, from the days of Joe Davis, through the 1980s when snooker became the biggest sport in Britain, to the modern era when greats such as Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry have graced the green baize. Since 1977, the tournament as been staged at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, renowned for its unique and intense atmosphere. The tournament is supported by Sheffield City Council and will stay at the Crucible until at least 2017. Host broadcaster is BBC Sport and the event is watched by nearly 400 million people worldwide. It is sport at its finest.