Tag Archive: Dechawat Poomjaeng

Jan 30 2014

German Masters 2014: Day One Wrap

Today saw the start of the venue stages of the 2014 German Masters and it was not a day without shocks, as both of last season’s finalists suffered early exits at the Tempodrome. Click below for a round-up of the stand out results, as well as links to the scores in full and updated ranking …

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Dec 11 2013

Poomjaeng Hits Maiden Max

Just four days after Mark Selby made the 100th maximum break in professional snooker at the UK Championship, today saw Thailand’s Dechawat Poomjaeng follow suit with 147 number 101 in Barnsley. Playing in the German Masters qualifiers against amateur Zak Surety today, Dechawat made his first career 147 break during the fourth frame, to take …

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Nov 29 2013

UK Championship 2013: Day Three Blog

Day three at the UK Championship proved to be the longest of the tournament so far, with the final match not concluding until 2:18am the following morning. More headline grabbing however proved to be the comments of the likes of Judd Trump, Ali Carter and Graeme Dott, as the new format this year continues to …

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Sep 04 2013

Picture Perfect: World Games 2013

While it was an event which for the majority of snooker fans will likely have flown somewhat under the radar, the 2013 World Games event won by India’s Aditya Mehta in Cali, Colombia, was an event of some importance for snooker and the WPBSA’s continued efforts to strengthen snooker’s hand on the world stage. One …

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Jul 31 2013

Mehta Strikes Gold In Colombia

Congratulations to India’s Aditya Mehta, who tonight defeated Liang Wenbo to win the men’s singles event at the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia. Having previously seen off Dechawat Poomjaeng, Joe Perry and Luis Lemus to guarantee himself a medal at the tournament, Aditya raced into a 2-0 lead against the Chinese number two Liang …

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Jul 28 2013

World Snooker Rankings 2013/14: Seedings Revision One Round-Up

Last week’s ET2 event marked not only a return to the winners circle for Mark Williams, but also the first mid-season seedings revision of 2013/14. As it happens, Williams is one of the losers at this cut-off as he drops outside of the world’s top 16, while Neil Robertson replaces Mark Selby at the top …

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Jul 24 2013

Let the Games Commence

While there may now a break in the professional calendar until August, there is snooker being played over the next five days in Colombia, as the 2013 World Games take place in the South American continent…

Jun 17 2013

Wuxi Classic 2013: White Shocks Walden, Ding Advances

After Mark Selby and Shaun Murphy both crashed out at the qualifying stages of the 2013 Wuxi Classic last month, today saw another shock as the ever-popular Jimmy White defeated defending champion Ricky Walden 5-2 to move into the last 32. Click below for a round-up of a busy opening day in Wuxi…

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