Mark Selby pulled off one of the most astonishing victories in a World Snooker Championship final, but is it the best in sporting history?
Mark Selby had accepted defeat before staging the spectacular comeback that brought him a third World Championship title.
Mark Selby produced one of the most astonishing victories in a Crucible final as he landed his third World Championship title.
Barry Hearn has ruled out a return to snooker's days of paying out massive jackpots for 147 breaks and told anyone who complains to "get out of the sport".
John Higgins says winning a fifth world title would be his greatest snooker feat as he closes in on another Crucible final.
Ronnie O'Sullivan made a controversial 146 break but it was not enough as he lost his World Championship quarter-final to Ding Junhui.
Ding Junhui produced a sparkling display at the Crucible to lead Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-6.
Defending champion Mark Selby on course for the quarter-finals of the Betfred World Championship.
Ronnie O'Sullivan fired notice of his hunger to land a sixth World Championship as he ruthlessly saw off Shaun Murphy to reach the quarter-finals.
Neil Robertson set up an intriguing clash with Marco Fu as he eased through to the second round of the World Championship.
World No 2 Judd Trump was dumped out of the Betfred World Snooker Championship at the first hurdle on Wednesday.
Four-time champion John Higgins overcame a slow start to ease into the second round of the World Championship.
Stuart Bingham won the battle of the former world champions at the Crucible, beating Peter Ebdon 10-5 to seal a place in the second round.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has denied Ronnie O'Sullivan's claims of bullying and intimidation.
Ronnie O'Sullivan was given a rocky ride by former taxi driver Gary Wilson as the Rocket began his bid for a sixth Betfred World Championship title.
Can Ronnie O'Sullivan win a sixth World Championship at the Crucible Theatre?
Mark Selby will launch his Betfred World Championship title defence against Ireland's Fergal O'Brien.
The 2002 world snooker champion Peter Ebdon has secured a 24th appearance at the Crucible.
Reanne Evans' bid to become the first female competitor in the World Championship is over for this year.
Stephen Hendry saw his hopes of a competitive return to the Crucible crushed when he lost in the semi-finals of the World Seniors Championship.
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