Liam Pullen produced a superb show to beat Graeme Dott 6-4 within the Worldwide Championship qualifiers on Wednesday in Sheffield.
The 18 year-old from England compiled a brace of century breaks and made two different contributions above 50 to oust the 2006 world champion.
He graduated to the primary tour this 12 months following his robust efficiency at Q Faculty.
Pullen is extensively being touted as a possible star of the longer term alongside fellow younger rookies Stan Moody and Liam Graham.
Elsewhere on day three of the qualifiers at Ponds Forge, there have been victories for Stuart Bingham, Hossein Vafaei, and Gary Wilson.
Bingham and Wilson thrashed Xing Zihao and Mohamed Ibrahim with whitewash scorelines, whereas Vafaei misplaced only one body in overpowering Reanne Evans.
In the meantime, high 16 chasing Noppon Saengkham emerged with a 6-3 conquer Victor Sarkis.
There have been shut wins too for Chinese language pair Xiao Guodong and Zhang Anda, who denied Ishpreet Singh and Alexander Ursenbacher spots in Tianjin.
Among the many others to advance within the rating occasion in November had been Jimmy Robertson, Mark Davis, and Sam Craigie.
On Thursday, the Worldwide Championship qualifiers proceed with a bunch of marquee names in motion.
Marks Selby, Allen, and Williams will all characteristic on day 4, along with Kyren Wilson and Jack Lisowski.
Monday, September 18
Stephen Maguire 6-2 Peng Yisong
Wu Yize 3-6 Ross Muir
Tian Pengfei 6-3 Stephen Hendry
Yuan Sijun 5-6 Lengthy Zehuang
Michael White 6-3 Himanshu Jain
Ryan Day 6-1 Mink Nutcharut
Jackson Web page 6-3 Liam Graham
Mark Joyce 6-3 Andy Lee
Barry Hawkins 6-0 Andrew Pagett
Matthew Selt 6-1 Jimmy White
Robbie Williams 6-3 Ben Mertens
Jordan Brown 6-5 Sean O’Sullivan
Tuesday, September 19
Xu Si 4-6 Stuart Carrington
Cao Yupeng 6-0 Ashley Hugill
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 6-1 Andrew Higginson
Matthew Stevens 6-4 Liu Hongyu
Joe Perry 3-6 Dylan Emery
David Grace 6-2 Jenson Kendrick
David Gilbert 6-0 James Cahill
Andy Hicks 2-6 Sanderson Lam
Tom Ford 6-4 Stan Moody
Anthony McGill 6-3 Alfie Burden
Wednesday, September 20
Xiao Guodong 6-4 Ishpreet Singh
Sam Craigie 6-1 Thor Chuan Leong
Stuart Bingham 6-0 Xing Zihao
Zhang Anda 6-3 Alexander Ursenbacher
Jimmy Robertson 6-2 Anton Kazakov
Noppon Saengkham 6-3 Victor Sarkis
Graeme Dott 4-6 Liam Pullen
Hossein Vafaei 6-1 Reanne Evans
Gary Wilson 6-0 Mohamed Ibrahim
Mark Davis 6-4 Rod Lawler
Thursday, September 21
Mark Allen vs Ma Hailong
Jack Lisowski vs He Guoqiang
Lyu Haotian vs David Lilley
Fan Zhengyi vs Mostafa Dorgham
Elliot Slessor vs Hammad Miah
Kyren Wilson vs Adam Duffy
Mark Selby vs Muhammad Asif
Jamie Jones vs Ashley Carty
Mark Williams vs Rebecca Kenna
Friday, September 22
Robert Milkins vs Marco Fu
Si Jiahui vs Julien Leclercq
Jamie Clarke vs John Astley
Dominic Dale vs Oliver Brown
Joe O’Connor vs Baipat Siripaporn
Ali Carter vs Allan Taylor
Shaun Murphy vs Andres Petrov
John Higgins vs Manasawin Phetmalaikul
Neil Robertson vs Ryan Thomerson
Chris Wakelin vs Dean Younger
Saturday, September 23
Ricky Walden vs Jiang Jun
Scott Donaldson vs Louis Heathcote
Pang Junxu vs Zak Surety
Oliver Traces vs Lukas Kleckers
Jak Jones vs Aaron Hill
Liam Highfield vs Daniel Wells
Sunday, November 5
Judd Trump vs wildcard
Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Ken Doherty
Luca Brecel vs Ahmed Aly Elsayed
Ding Junhui vs Ian Burns
Zhou Yuelong vs Martin O’Donnell
Anthony Hamilton vs wildcard
Ben Woollaston vs wildcard
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