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Maguire Wins Six-Red Title

Maguire receives the trophy

Maguire receives the trophy

 

Stephen Maguire edged out Ricky Walden 8-7 in the final to win the SangSom Six Red World Championship in Bangkok.

In an exciting final, Walden, who won this title in 2008, looked on control when he led 6-3, but Glasgow’s Maguire kept his hopes alive by winning the next two frames. Chester’s Walden moved to the brink of victory at 7-5, only for world number 13 Maguire to take the last three frames for victory.

It’s 33-year-old Maguire’s first title since the 2013 Welsh Open and he banks 2.5 million Thai Baht (around £48,000), while Walden won 1 million Baht. Both players now fly to China for the Shanghai Masters world ranking event, which starts on Monday.

Results:
Final
Ricky Walden 7-8 Stephen Maguire
Semi-finals
Ricky Walden 7-1 Dominic Dale
Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn 2-7 Stephen Maguire

Quarter-finals

Ricky Walden 7-6 Mark Williams
Dominic Dale 7-4 Hossein Vafaei Ayouri
Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn 7-4 John Higgins
Stephen Maguire 7-4 Shaun Murphy

Last 16

Dominic Dale 6-3 Dechawat Poomjaeng
Ehsan Hydarinezhad 3-6 Hossein Vafaei Ayouri
Mark Williams 6-3 Joe Perry
Shachar Ruberg 2-6 Ricky Walden
Stephen Maguire 6-0 Jamie Rhys Clarke
Noppon Saengkham 3-6 Shaun Murphy
Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn 6-2 Mark Davis
John Higgins 6-5 Stuart Bingham

Last 32

Matthew Stevens 3-6 Noppon Saengkham
Stephen Maguire 6-4 Ben Judge
Jamie Rhys Clarke 6-5 Ken Doherty
James Wattana 4-6 Stuart Bingham
Michael White 4-6 Shaun Murphy
Ryan Day 4-6 Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn
Mark Davis 6-1 Michael Holt
John Higgins 6-3 Kamal Chawla
Dechawat Poomjaeng 6-5 Liang Wenbo
Dominic Dale 6-2 Robert Milkins
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-6 Ehsan Hydarinezhad
Joe Perry 6-2 Boonyarit Kiattikul
Mark Williams 6-0 Kacper Filipiak
Muhammad Asif 4-6 Hossein Vafaei Ayouri
Graeme Dott 5-6 Shachar Ruberg
Barry Hawkins 2-6 Ricky Walden
Prize money in Thai Bhat (£1 = approx 55 Baht)
Winner: 2,500,000
Runner-Up: 1,000,000
Losing semi-finalist: 500,000
Losing quarter-finalist: 250,000
Last 16: 125,000
Last 32: 62,500
First Round: 31,250
Total prize fund: 8,000,000