Tenacious George Pragnell served up a improbable 72 break to take Tuesday’s quick and livid newbie snooker night time within the 900 because the 8 in kind gamers go into finals night time on Wednesday.
Week two has already seen a barrage of breaks from one other star-studded line up of gamers, with Pragnell, Ng On Yee and additionally Joe Johnson rolling again the years.
1986 World Champion and legend Joe Johnson, a Eurosport commentator, and common snooker aficionado started the night beginning the place he had left off on Monday with a run of 44 in opposition to Declan Levery to see himself into Wednesday.
Johnson had some helpful recommendation for gamers within the 900 format and mentioned, “you’ve simply acquired to go on the market and do the enterprise and go for it once you get the prospect.”
He added of being invited to the occasion, “It’s nice to be right here.”
There was disappointment for Paul Fedden of Bermuda, who barely acquired to point out what he was able to on the TV desk, however there was additionally a mishap from World Seniors Champion Lee Walker who tousled a relaxation shot taking part in with the Mark Williams relaxation. Williams tweeted “what was that?”
Walker although, managed the semi-finals however mentioned he hadn’t been taking part in snooker that a lot.
One other Welsh expertise Patrick Whelan additionally shone on the night time with a run of 51 – however the night time belonged to Pragnell with that steely 72 within the ultimate.
Billy Citadel mentioned in commentary “It’s brutal.”
Barry Pinches nonetheless has the very best break of the match with a century in week one.
Good luck to everybody taking part in on Wednesday.
You may watch the 900 on SportyStuff TV on Sky 427 and Freeview and the SportStuff YouTube stay stream – you would possibly get technical glitches although with the stay stream or delays relying on what’s going on.