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World Snooker Championships 2012 scores and schedule
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Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Ali Carter 18-11 to secure his fourth World Championship title at the Crucible.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan says this year's World Championship final could be his last match at the Crucible.
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An inspired Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Matthew Stevens 17-10 to make the World Championship final for the fourth time.
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Ali Carter's gritty display earned him a 17-12 win over Stephen Maguire and a place in the World Championship final.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Neil Robertson 13-10 to reach the semi-finals of the World Championship.
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2008 finalist Carter moved into the semi-finals after edging past debutant Jones 13-11.
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Matthew Stevens swiftly collected the two frames he needed to complete a ruthless 13-5 victory over Ryan Day in their World Championship quarter-final.
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Stephen Maguire reached the semi-finals of the World Championship after a 13-2 victory over Stephen Hendry.
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Ali Carter questioned Judd Trump's playing style and etiquette after coming from behind to beat the favourite in the second round.
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Three-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan needed less than an hour to complete a comfortable 13-6 victory over Mark Williams at the Crucible.
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UK champion Judd Trump suffered a shock 13-12 defeat after a great comeback by Ali Carter in the last 16 of the World Championship at the Crucible.
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Stephen Hendry only needed one frame to put the seal on champion John Higgins's worst World Championship defeat.
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Former world champion Neil Robertson reached the quarter-finals of the World Championship with a 13-9 win over qualifier David Gilbert.
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Welshman Jamie Jones believes he can win the World Championship after a shock victory in the opening round at the Crucible.
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World number one Mark Selby became the record-equalling eighth seed to be eliminated from the World Championship after a 10-3 defeat by Barry Hawkins.
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Dominic Dale believes Judd Trump does not deserve his favourite tag despite losing to last year's runner-up in the first-round at the Crucible.
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Chinese star Ding Junhui added to the controversy at the Crucible by hitting out at fans and conditions following his defeat by Welshman Ryan Day.
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Chinese star Ding Junhui became the seventh seed to crash out of the World Championship after losing a final-frame decider against Welshman Ryan Day.
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A tearful Peter Ebdon revealed after his World Championship defeat by Ronnie O'Sullivan that he pondered retirement following his father's death last year.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan completed a 10-4 victory over old rival Peter Ebdon with few alarms to launch his bid for a fourth World Championship title.
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World number 11 Mark Allen has apologised for the controversial comments that have landed him with a charge from snooker's governing body.
Jamie Jones held his nerve to cause the second major upset of the World Championship by ousting 2005 champion Shaun Murphy in the first round.
Teenager Luca Brecel's record-breaking World Championship debut ended in a 10-5 defeat by Scotsman Stephen Maguire.
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Mark Allen accused Cao Yupeng of dishonesty during his surprise first-round defeat by the Chinese player at the World Championship in Sheffield.
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World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has warned that former world champion Mark Williams could face a ban for his comments about the Crucible on Twitter.
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Mark Allen suffered a shock defeat by Cao Yupeng in the first round of the World Championship in Sheffield.
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Stephen Hendry showed he is still at the top of his game as he knocked in a superb maximum 147 break on the opening day of the Betfred.com World Championship, where defending champion John Higgins survived an lmighty fright to progress.
Defending champion John Higgins survived a scare to beat Liang Wenbo 10-9 in the World Championship.
Having fallen 8-6 behind, he won three frames on the trot to go within one of victory but Liang levelled in the 18th.
The Chinese player was looking good for victory but was unable to pocket a double and Higgins took the match.
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