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Bristolian snooker star Judd Trump has missed out on winning the Welsh Open.
The world number 4 looked confident as he entered the final, but was unable to beat fellow Brit Stuart Bingham. He lost 9-8.
Many snooker players have trick shots but perhaps not on this scale. The Allstars Sports Bar in Bristol has posted an intricate sequence on its Facebook page, tagging it #puttoftheyear.
It was created by Shane O'Hara and has had millions of views. There have been some queries as to its authenticity but the pool hall insists it's "a real, proper full on Bristol trick shot".
Judge for yourself:
(we sped it up a bit, the real time version is below)
Here it is in real time:
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Police have made an appeal after a snooker cue, signed by legends of the game, including five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, was stolen in Plymouth.
Stuart Craig won it in a raffle. On his way back from showing off his prize to his mother - a man ran up to him and snatched it.
Mr Craig then paid the man £20 to get it back - but the thief ran off with the money and the cue.
The Snooker Legends who signed the cue were Ray Reardon, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Jimmy White, John Virgo and Michaela Tabb.
Here Stuart Craig talks about his loss.
Judd Trump has breezed into the semi-finals of the world snooker championships in Sheffield.
The Bristolian started this morning's quarter-final against Ding Junhui with a commanding lead. He'll play either Ronnie O'Sullivan or Stuart Bingham in the last four.
Bristol's Judd Trump has been beaten to the UK Snooker Championship by Ronnie O'Sullivan in a nail-biting finish. The 25-year-old came back from 9-4 behind but lost in the final frame 10-9.
O'Sullivan, who was playing on a broken ankle, landed his fifth UK title at York's Barbican Centre, to sit alongside his five World Championship trophies and five Masters crowns.
I can't believe I've won it. I don't want to be playing him in every final. I feel like retiring.
He's a tough opponent, he's very dynamic and very explosive. He's fearless, and he's in your face the whole time, and if you go off the boil he's on you.
I left it too late and fair play to Ronnie - he took them well in the last frame and overall he was more of a deserving winner.
Trowbridge snooker player Stephen Lee has lost his appeal against a 12 year ban for match-fixing. The 39-year-old was convicted of seven charges by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association last September. He has also been charged with fraud by the police.