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Trump past Thing to the quarter-finals at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS snooker
Snooker Judd Trump (WS-7) in the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield for the quarter-finals of the world championship snooker placed. The 29-year-old Englishman, after the surprising elimination of Ronnie O'Sullivan (WS-1) is one of the favourites for the world title, took with 13-9 the size of the Chinese Ding Junhui (WS-10).

Thing had in the second session of a 5-3 gap in a 7-9-ahead turned around, but in the final session switched from Trump to a higher gear. With breaks of 93, 79, 54 and 103 won "The Ace in The Pack" six frames in a row. Thing took not more the level of the second session, but every stitch that he let fall, was also mercilessly.

"For the first time this tournament, I played really well," responded Trump. "That is also under pressure happened, gives confidence for the rest of the tournament. I am glad that I am. As I played, I had already easily able to lie down."

In the quarter-finals (best of 25) Trump the Shot Stepen Maguire (WS-15). That came earlier this week narrowly escaped with a 13-12 at the expense of James Cahill, the amateur who O'sullivan in the first round of the tournament wipte.

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