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A "name-and-shame" approach to slow play will force players to speed up or face warnings and fines, says World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn.29 In the final Lindrum led 2624 at the start of the final day and then won the first frame on the last day.Joe Davis and Horace Lindrum won all their matches easily and met in the final.Crucible Theatre in, sheffield, England.6 The highest break of the tournament was 60, made by Albert Cope 7 in his semi-final match against Davis, in a dead frame after Davis had won the match.The match was close until Davis pulled away in the later stages, as he often did, winning 2518.If I can win one tournament it would be amazing.If we feel at the end of the season that we need to incorporate this in the rules of play, then we'll take that decision then."BBC Two Television ooker".124 Arguably this era could prize bond 25000 1 november 2017 be seen as extending into and beyond the Selby years when considering final appearances - 15 of the 21 finals between 19ve featured at least one class of '92 player.Final was a repeat of the 1950 final, same venue and another Fred Davis/Walter Donaldson contest.
"It's also quite clear that some players don't recognise that we're in the entertainment business.
Retrieved 23 February 2006 via British Newspaper Archive."Snooker J Davis wins again"."Snooker win to Pulman".Archived from the original on Retrieved "Bingham beats Murphy in dramatic Crucible final".Eddie Charlton beat Cliff Thorburn 1312 in the quarter-finals, winning the last 5 frames, 94 but lost to Ray Reardon in the semi-finals.Fred Davis, the reigning champion, could not afford to travel such a distance and did not enter.Previously the draw had been made early in the season and the players made their own arrangements about the dates and venue of matches.