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PTC Grand Final 2013

9 March 2013 No Comment

Jack and Judd will compete in the PTC Grand Final 2013, running from March 12 till March 17 2013 in Galway, Ireland. Jack managed to tame Mark Selby, winning 4-3, in the last match on day 1, whilst Judd got beat by Alfie Burden in the evening on day 2. In last 16, Jack lost 3-4 to Tom Ford

Last 32

12.03.2013 – Mark Selby 3-4 Jack Lisowski
For the six first frames, this was a high quality, entertaining match with both players going for their shots but also solid in the safety department. A decider was the logical outcome and a decider we got. Both players were nervous, both had numerous chances and both missed more balls than they had for the previous six frames. But it’s Jack who prevailed: two excellent snookers provided the chances he needed towards the end and he took them very well.

Listen to Jack assessment of his win over Mark Selby here

13.03.2013 – Judd Trump 3-4 Alfie Burden
Judd had a bad day in office; he was very, very poor and despite facing an extremely nervous opponent couldn’t take the countless chances he was given. He stole three frames on the black, he could easily have been whitewashed instead. Alfie took the decider with a wonderful 113 and fully deserved the win.

Last 16

14.03.2013 – Tom Ford 4-3 Jack Lisowski
Jack started well and dominated the first part of the match to lead 3-1, despite Tom’s contribution of 134 in frame 2. But after that he started to miss easy ball as tiredness clearly took its toll on him. Tom came back to force a decider. The last frame was dramatic. Tom was first in and looked set to win in one visit. But he missed at 55 and Jack, facing a tricky table, managed to get in, pick all the reds with colors only to miss a difficult last green along the cushion. Tom cleared and won …

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