Next up: Peter Ebdon
Turned professional in 1991, becoming World Champion denying Stephen Hendry an 8th Crucible crown in the 2002 final. Winning a total of 9 ranking events, including a UK title he's had a very successful career and is considered an all time great by many (including me). Another outstanding achievement is his winning span, stretching from 1993 to 2012. But Peter Ebdon will probably be remembered most for his gritty determination, his unorthodox shot selection and his colorful, sometimes volatile personality.
Whoever witnessed him in his prime (90s and early 00s), what can you tell me about him? Was he a different player back then? What were his greatest wins / worst defeats? Should he have won more, like another World title against Dott? What was his style like, how aggressive / defensive was he? How did/do you perceive him back then and now? How good was he compared to the big 4? What are your most memorable moments of Peter Ebdon?
Thank all of you in advance.
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