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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Zeppelin View Post
    I was born in 86 so that's the best final in my lifetime.

    What was most amazing was for all their crafty matchplay skills that was just an absolute scorefest. Incredible, incredible snooker from both.
    72 so I remember some classics, that was definitely up there. Amazing how they both found another gear in this session.

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    That wasn't a match to see who would beat the opponent, it was to see who would capitalise on a mistake if there ever was going to be one.
    I'm not a gambling man but I wish I bet on Williams from the start as I quietly thought he had it, his suit just stood out and screamed, "i'm back and taking this"

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    https://www.theguardian.com/sport/20...oker-interview

    This is really good interview and such a great insight into how he was thinking during that period of decline.

    By 2012 my game was shot.
    Hendry ground his way through qualifying and in the first round against Stuart Bingham at the Crucible he sank a 147 maximum.
    Making maxinums and reaching quarter finals but still feeling his game was 'shot'.

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    You've got to love how ruthless he was (and is)

    I hope you snooker fans have been enjoying Mark Williams on Twitter over the last few months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Zeppelin View Post
    You've got to love how ruthless he was (and is)

    I hope you snooker fans have been enjoying Mark Williams on Twitter over the last few months.
    He really is the greatest athlete in the world.
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    Did anyone see the snooker last night? I'm a big fan of Mark Allen, he always seems like a good lad. O'Sullivan was just too good.

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