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Williams Takes Six Red Glory

Mark Williams won the Sangsom Six Red World Championship for the first time by beating local favourite Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 8-2 in the final in Bangkok. World number 17 Williams dominated the final against Thailand’s Un-Nooh to take the top prize of 3.5 million Baht (around £81,000). It’s a first title for Welshman Williams since he… Read More

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Williams To Face Un-Nooh In Bangkok Final

Mark Williams and Thepchaiya Un-Nooh secured comfortable wins in the last four of the Sangsom Six Red World Championship to reach tomorrow’s final in Bangkok. The 18-time ranking event winner Williams booked his place thanks to a 7-3 defeat of world number six Marco Fu. There were no breaks over fifty for Williams, but his… Read More

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Un-Nooh Downs The Firecracker

Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh defeated Liang Wenbo 6-4 to reach the semi-finals of the Sangsom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok. The match was a repeat of the 2015 final, where Un Nooh stormed to an 8-2 victory in front of his home fans. Un-Nooh is regarded as one of the fastest players on the World Snooker… Read More

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Ding Books Fu Clash

Ding Junhui defeated Tom Ford 5-2 to reach the last 16 of the Sangsom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok and set up a mouth watering meeting with Marco Fu. The defending champion got his group stage campaign off to a shaky start, losing 5-1 to local favourite Noppon Saengkham. That meant he needed to win… Read More

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Williams Downs Wattana To Progress

Mark Williams defeated Thai legend James Wattana 5-3 to book his spot in the knockout stages of the Sangsom Six Red World Championhip in Bangkok. Two-time World Champion Williams has started the 2017/18 season strongly, having reached the semi-finals at the Riga Masters and the last eight at the China Championship. Following a 5-1 defeat… Read More

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Saengkham Shocks Defending Champion Ding

Thailand’s Noppon Saengkham delighted the home fans by overcoming defending champion Ding Junhui 5-1 in their opening group A tie at the Sangsom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok. Ding became Six Red World Champion in dramatic fashion last year, beating Stuart Bingham 8-7 on the final black. Today’s defeat leaves him with a difficult task to make… Read More

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Ford Replaces Brecel In Thailand

Tom Ford has replaced Luca Brecel in the line up for the Sangsom Six Red World Championship in Thailand. Brecel has had to withdraw due to a visa issue so world number 32 Ford will be direct replacement in the draw in Group A. The invitation event runs from September 4-9 at the Bangkok Convention… Read More

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Sangsom Six Red World Championship Draw And Format

The draw and format for the 2017 Sangsom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok, Thailand, are now available. Ding Junhui won the title last year, beating Stuart Bingham in the final. This year the invitation event runs from September 4-9 at the Bangkok Convention Centre. Click here for the draw Click here for the match… Read More

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Maguire Thrashes Murphy

Stephen Maguire continued a rich vein of form, as he demolished world number three Shaun Murphy to reach the last 16 at the Shanghai Masters. The Scot, who had a 147 yesterday, made break of 65 in the opening frame and then a run of 62 helped him to steal the second. Murphy became a father… Read More

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Ding Claims Thrilling Six Red World Title

Ding Junhui has dramatically become the SangSom Six Red World Champion, after edging out Stuart Bingham in an 8-7 thriller. It was the second world final of 2016 for Ding, who made amends for his 18-14 loss against Mark Selby at the Crucible. The 2015 World Champion Bingham hadn’t lost a match in the lead up… Read More

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