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    SPOILERS ON FINAL MATCH RESULTS… scroll down or click Read More…
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    Swail came back to level the match at 12–12. In the final frame, Liang made breaks of 34 and 30 early on. He missed the final yellow but snookered Swail, leaving the white in the jaws of the pocket. Liang played a safety and Swail snookered him behind the blue, but Liang failed to hit the ball and Swail had the white replaced. Liang then hit the yellow directly. This incident proved controversial as the referee replaced the white in the wrong position, giving Liang a better sight of the yellow. At the time, Swail nodded his assent to the referee, but in a post-match interview, complained and accused Liang of unprofessional behaviour for not pointing out the referee's error. Commentators countered that Swail should have queried the placement of the ball before Liang took his shot, and given the tension of the situation Liang could be forgiven for not thinking clearly. Liang went on to win the frame 74–34, and thus, the match 13–12.

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    Perhaps it's just a cultural thing that one might think a fist pump before the end isn't appropriate? In fact I think it would be okay to have a fist pump after every good shot.

    what the title of intro music?very nice

    hahahahaha 😀

    english players are more or calm and pure professional but other counterparts from different areas are not

    one snooker and the table changes…. this is why I love snooker.

    Anyone got a link to the next frames?

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