Tag: World Championship

It’s There! It’s a Dirty Job, But..

Over the course of the World Championship I’ve challenged one snooker aficionado to highlight the best quirky, outlandish, unusual, laughable and questionable observations of each day. As if to further enhance his (or her!) alter ego as snooker’s sleeper, this spy has elected to go through the tournament in disguise. Read[Read More…]

Debutant McGill Denies Maguire Comeback

Anthony McGill caused the biggest upset of the 2015 World Championship so far after knocking out countryman Stephen Maguire in a decider on Sunday. In this fiercely contested battle of the Scots, the debutant withstood a spirited fight back by his more experienced opponent and impressively claimed his maiden victory[Read More…]

Deciding Matters in World Qualifiers

A highly dramatic last session to the final World Championship qualifiers resulted in an amazing five deciding frame thrillers in Ponds Forge. Given the amount of matches played over the last week and the enormity of the consequences of each result, the lack of more 10-9 scorelines earlier on was somewhat[Read More…]