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XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Wildey

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Monday 1st ~ Sunday 7th of April at the National Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, Beijing, China

For the last 2 years the China Open has been won by Mark Selby how he could do with it again this year having strugled for results throughout the season.

Mark Selby lost the World No 1 possition to Ronnie O'Sullivan in the recent Tour Championship however a win here in China and he will reclaim that possition With Ronnie O'Sullivan not in China theres a few players lining up the trophy this week.

Biggest casulties from the Qualifiers were Graeme Dott, Martin Gould, Michael White, Jimmy Robertson and Shaun Murphy who lost to Adam Stefanow of poland.

With the World Championship round the corner who will go there in form?

DRAW

Selected Last 64 Matches
Liang Wenbo v Gary Wilson
Ryan Day v Sam Craigie
Ali Carter v Kurt Maflin
Kishan Hirani v Neil Robertson
Lu Ning v Barry Hawkins
Anthony McGill v Nigel Bond
Sam Baird v Luca Brecel
Hossein Vafaei v Robert Milkins
Joe O'Connor v John Higgins
Judd Trump v Robbie Williams
Jack Lisowski v John Astley
Peter Ebdon v Yan Bingtao
Elliot Slessor v Stuart Bingham
Matthew Selt v David Gilbert

ORDER OF PLAY

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Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Wildey

Cloud Strife wrote:Not too fussed about this one, TBH.

Dont bloody post then ffs


Sick to death of people coming on to the site and posting that NEXT TIME BAN

Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Pink Ball

Dan-cat wrote:Selt vs Gilbert pretty tasty match up, both showing good form recently, also a rematch of Joe O'Connor and Higgins! Joe beat him last time, very impressive.

Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan!

Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Johnny Bravo

Pink Ball wrote:
Dan-cat wrote:Selt vs Gilbert pretty tasty match up, both showing good form recently, also a rematch of Joe O'Connor and Higgins! Joe beat him last time, very impressive.

Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan!


What does all this "Dan! Dan! Dan!" stuff mean ? :| :?

Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby HappyCamper

Johnny Bravo wrote:
Pink Ball wrote:
Dan-cat wrote:Selt vs Gilbert pretty tasty match up, both showing good form recently, also a rematch of Joe O'Connor and Higgins! Joe beat him last time, very impressive.

Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan!


What does all this "Dan! Dan! Dan!" stuff mean ? :| :?



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Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Godot

Great tournament. Long format and a huge amount of prize money/ranking points that severely affects the automatic qualifiers for the Crucible. Very exciting stuff.

Not to mention it posseses World Snooker's most beautiful trophy

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Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Dan-cat

Johnny Bravo wrote:
Pink Ball wrote:
Dan-cat wrote:Selt vs Gilbert pretty tasty match up, both showing good form recently, also a rematch of Joe O'Connor and Higgins! Joe beat him last time, very impressive.

Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan! Dan!


What does all this "Dan! Dan! Dan!" stuff mean ? :| :?


Pinkie is bored is what it means. Ash will be back soon to keep him amused

Re: XingPai China Open Last 64 Plus Held Over Matches !!!

Postby Vallomas

The Tour Championship greatness, somehow decreased the desire we all have for this tournament.

In my mind, China Open is always a good lead in for the World Championship. It's not only a strong and valuable tournament itself (especially since last year), but it also determines the top 16 for the Crucible and the lower places for the qualifiers. For me, as I don't work in the morning, it gives me plenty of time to watch great matches.

The one week break after Tour Championship was good and I am sure that when the action in Beijing begins, the interest for our beloved game will be back.