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Snooker Ding Junhui 147 break UK Championship 16.12.08 part1

By • Feb 25th, 2019 • Category: Snooker Videos, Uncategorized

China’s Ding Junhui potted a maximum 147 break during his second round match at the United Kingdom Championship. Meanwhile Ding’s heroics couldn’t prevent him falling 7-1 behind against John Higgins as the former world champion, 3-1 up at the mid-session interval, won four frames on the bounce. Ding, who won the the UK title in 2005, was trailing the Scot by 2-0 when he sank 15 reds and blacks in the third frame before clearing the colours.

The 21-year-old appeared understandably nervous as he approached the landmark.

But after stepping away from the table, for a drink of water, Ding potted the pink and the final black to the delight of the crowd before being congratulated by Higgins.

Ding is now on course to claim a bonus 30,000 pounds (45,872 dollars), made up of 5,000 pounds for the highest break of the tournament and a 25,000 pounds bonus for the 147.

147s – the complete list

1 Steve Davis (Lada Classic 1982)

2 Cliff Thorburn (World Championship 1983)

3 Kirk Stevens (Masters 1984)

4 Willie Thorne (UK Championship 1987)

5 Tony Meo (Matchroom League 1988)

6 Alain Robidoux (European Open 1988)

7 John Rea (Scottish Championship 1989)

8 Cliff Thorburn (Matchroom League 1987)

9 James Wattana (World Masters 1991)

10 Peter Ebdon (Strachan Professional 1991)

11 James Wattana (British Open 1992)

12 Jimmy White (World Championship 1992)

13 John Parrott (Matchroom League 1992)

14 Stephen Hendry (Matchroom League 1992)

15 Peter Ebdon (UK Championship 1992)

16 David McDonnell (British Open 1994/1995)

17 Stephen Hendry (World Championship 1995)

18 Stephen Hendry (UK Championship 1995)

19 Stephen Hendry (Liverpool Victoria Charity 1997)

20 Ronnie O’Sullivan (World Championship 1997)

21 James Wattana (Catch International Challenge 1997)

22 Stephen Hendry (Doc Martens League 1998)

23 Adrian Gunnell (Thailand Masters Qualifiers 1998/9)

24 Mehmet Husnu (China International Qualifiers 1998/9)

25 Jason Prince (British Open Qualifiers 1998/9)

26 Ronnie O’Sullivan (Welsh Open 1999)

27 Stuart Bingham (UK Tour 1999)

28 Nick Dyson (UK Tour 1999)

29 Graeme Dott (British Open 1998/9)

30 Stephen Hendry (British Open 1999)

31 Barry Pinches (Welsh Open 1999/2000)

32 Ronnie O’Sullivan (Grand Prix 1999)

33 Karl Burrows (UK Championship 1999)

34 Stephen Hendry (UK Championship 1999)

35 John Higgins (Nations Cup 2000)

36 John Higgins (Irish Masters 2000)

37 Stephen Maguire (Scottish Open 2000)

38 Ronnie O’Sullivan (Scottish Open 2000)

39 Marco Fu (Masters 2000)

40 David McLellan (UK Championship 2000)

41 Nick Dyson (UK Championship 2000)

42 Stephen Hendry (Malta Grand Prix 2001)

43 Ronnie O’Sullivan (LG Cup 2001)

44 Shaun Murphy (UK Championship 2001)

45 Tony Drago (UK Championship 2002)

46 Ronnie O’Sullivan (World Championship 2003)

47 John Higgins (LG Cup 2003)

48 John Higgins (British Open 2003)

49 John Higgins (Grand Prix 2004)

50 David Gray (UK Championship 2004)

51 Mark Williams (World Championship 2005)

52 Stuart Bingham (Masters Qualifying 2005)

53 Robert Milkins (World Championship 2006)

54 Jamie Cope (Grand Prix 2006)

55 Andrew Higginson (Welsh Open 2007)

56 Ding Junhui (Masters 2007)

57 Jamie Burnett (Grand Prix 2007)

58 Tom Ford (Grand Prix 2007)

59 Ronnie O’Sullivan (Northern Ireland Trophy 2007)

60 Ronnie O’Sullivan (UK Championship 2007)

61 Stephen Maguire (China Open 2008)

62 Ronnie O’Sullivan (World Championship 2008)

63 Ali Carter (World Championship 2008)

64 Jamie Cope (Shanghai Masters 2008)

65 Laing Wenbo (Bahrain Championship 2008)

66 Marcus Campbell (Bahrain Championship 2008)

67 Ding Junhui (UK Champioships 2008)

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5 Responses »

  1. 10/10 for the 147 break
    0/10 for the broom on his head

  2. hell he won care if it takes 20 mins to complete the 147 – the money for top break is his

  3. Great he´s back in the game again! 147 must be good for his self-confidence.

  4. may not be ronnie speed but great nonetheless
    damn, 147 is a 147 after all:)

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