Marco Fu pulled off an upset on day two of the Dafabet Masters at Alexandra Palace, twice coming from a frame behind to send home Judd Trump 6-5 in a thrilling encounter.
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Two-time champion John Higgins got his Dafabet Masters 2014 campaign off to the perfect start, putting in a stellar performance to beat match favourite Stuart Bingham 6-2 at Alexandra Palace, London.
Defending champion Mark Selby edged Mark Davis 6-5 in a thrilling opening match at the Dafabet Masters in London's Alexandra Palace. Davis himself recovered from 4-0 & 5-2 down to force the decider.
Neil Robertson has won the UK Championship for the first time and becomes the first overseas player to win snooker's prestigious 'Triple Crown' of tournaments. He beat Mark Selby 10-7 to lift the trophy at the Barbican Centre, York.
Mark Selby has recorded professional snooker's 100th official maximum 147 break in his UK Championship semi-final against Ricky Walden. Selby's history making break in the 7th frame included an incredible pot to the middle pocket on the final black.
Neil Robertson is through to his first UK Championship final after winning a thrilling semi-final again Stuart Bingham, who fought from 8-3 back to level the match at 8-8, only for the Australian to win 9-8.
Stuart Bingham has achieved one of the great victories of his career, defeating World Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-4 to reach the semi-finals of the Williamhill.com UK Championship in York for the first time.
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World Snooker Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan has now also been crowned the 888casino Champion of Champions for the first time, beating fellow Essex pro Stuart Bingham 10-8 in an exciting final at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
PowerGlide Cues are offering two lucky snooker fans the chance to win a coaching session with former World Champion John Parrott during January's Masters at Alexandra Palace.
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