Race to the 2015 Masters: Two To Go


Following Ricky Walden’s victory at the International Championship last week, there are now just two more events to run before one of the most important ranking revisions of the season, as the field for the 2015 Masters is set.

While the situation is now more open than in previous seasons due to the introduction of a prize money based ranking list, it nevertheless remains a race worth looking at and in reality can still be narrowed down to a few key contenders…


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Selby v O’Sullivan: Live Final Blog

SelbyROSSo after a week of drama, tension and quality on the baize at the Alexandra Palace, today will see a third Masters final contested between defending champion Mark Selby and reigning world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, with the score currently standing at 1-1 between the two.

Click below then to read my frame by frame blog as the action progresses (most recent on top), and feel free to leave your comments at the bottom of the article, with that facility now restored to the blog…


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O’Sullivan Sets Points Record, Maguire Ousts Robertson


Ronnie O’Sullivan today booked his place in the semi-finals of the Masters in double quick time against Ricky Walden, completing a 6-0 victory in just 58 minutes at the Alexandra Palace in London.

Next up for him, will be Stephen Maguire, after the Scot too impressed in defeating 2012 Masters champion Neil Robertson, while Mark Selby will face Shaun Murphy in the first semi-final tomorrow…


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