BAIZE WATCH: Episode 8

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Warrior Floors Ding In Bangkok

Kyren Wilson beat Ding Junhui 8-4 in the final to win the SangSom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok. World number eight Wilson dominated the final in the Thai capital to win the title for the first time and take the top prize of 3.5 million Baht (around £82,000). That made it back to back… Read More

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Wilson To Face Ding In Bangkok Final

Kyren Wilson remained on course to win back to back titles as he beat Sunny Akani 7-5 in the semi-finals of the SangSom Six Red World Championship in Thailand. Wilson, who won the Paul Hunter Classic last month, will now face Ding Junhui in the best-of-15 final in Bangkok on Saturday, with the  winner to receive 3.5… Read More

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Ding Reaches Six Red Semis

Ding Junhui overcame Thailand’s three-time ranking event winner James Wattana 6-2 to clinch his place in the semi-finals of the SangSom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok. China’s top star Ding was Six Red World Champion in 2016 and he is now just two matches away from lifting the trophy once again. After losing the… Read More

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Thai-Phoon Breezes Into Knockout Rounds

Thai legend James Wattana clinched his place in the knockout phase of the SangSom Six Red World Championship with a 5-2 group C win over Sachar Ruberg in Bangkok. The three-time ranking event winner has been a trailblazer for the sport in Asia and two of his finest moments came in Bangkok, when he won… Read More

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Selby Clinches Knockout Spot

Mark Selby secured qualification for the knockout stages of the SangSom Six Red World Championship with a 5-1 group H win over David Gilbert in Bangkok. The Jester from Leicester put on an impressive display in clinching this evening’s victory. From 1-0 down, he fired in breaks of 61, 72, 58 and 59 to storm… Read More

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Williams Victorious In Six Red Opener

Defending champion Mark Williams made a winning start at the SangSom Six Red World Championship, defeating Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-1 on day one in Bangkok. The tournament format sees players competing in eight round robin groups of four, with the top two in each section progressing to the knock out stages. For the group tables click… Read More

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Six Red Flashback

Bangkok in Thailand has hosted the SangSom Six Red World Championship since 2010, and with the tournament coming up next week, here’s a look back at previous events… This year’s event runs from September 3-8, click here for the draw and format 2010 Mark Selby is now accustomed to collecting world titles, but he took… Read More

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SangSom Six Red World Championship Updated Schedule

Yan Bingtao has withdrawn from the SangSom Six Red World Championship and been replaced by Jimmy Robertson. Click here for the group draw Click here for the format Sept 3 and 4 Click here for the format Sept 5 The tournament will run from September 3-8 at the Bangkok Convention Centre. Click here for the six-red… Read More

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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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