Michael Holt wins Snooker Shoot Out
Last Updated: 24/02/20 11:32am
Michael Holt lifted his first ranking title as he won the Snooker Shoot Out with a dominant 64-1 final victory over Zhou Yuelong.
The 41-year-old, last year's runner-up, went one better at the Watford Colosseum to secure the £50,000 prize.
Holt was beaten 74-0 by Thepchaiya Un-Nooh in last year's final but this time round made the most of an early chance at the table to take a commanding lead.
And with a snooker required, Zhou conceded the match with just over three minutes and 30 seconds remaining.
Holt - who went into the tournament ranked 41st in the world - had seen off Ian Burns, Joe Perry, Ben Woollaston and Yan Bingtao to reach the final.
Zhou - beaten by Holt in last year's first round - beat Jack Lisowski, Billy Joe Castle, Mei Xiwen and Lyu Haotian on the final day before again falling to the Englishman.
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