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Wally won the first frame with the aid of a In the second, Butch clipped the blue and left Wally snookered. Wally potted green as his free ball with a brown to follow.
He then took 14 red and blacks and a pink off the last red. He then cleared up to make the This was the first break over in professional snooker.
Burnett made the break in the 14th frame of his match against Leo Fernandez. He potted the brown as the extra red, then another brown followed by the 15 reds and all the colours.
He made a blue on the first red, a pink on the last one and another pink on one of the other reds. The rest went with blacks.
He went on to win the match The first 16 red clearance in a tournament was by Steve James b. Watch on YouTube. Steve Duggan b.
The Guinness Book of Records got it wrong at the time, saying it was in a practise match. Phil Doody was the referee in the aforementioned match.
The week before the match Rowing, made a break against Doody, in a practise frame, on the same table, in the same club! Unfortunately, as only Rowing and Doody were present, the Guinness Book of Records, wouldn't record it.
Dean Reynolds England had a 16 red clearance of in the seniors event of the European Team championships, in Carlow, Ireland. He won the frame It was the thirteenth frame of the best-of match, which he lost It was the second frame of the best-of match.
See the frame scores World Snooker. In Jamie Cope became the first player to record a break. He did it in a witnessed practice match.
Jamie is a professional snooker player from Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire, England. After a foul shot by his opponent Jamie was snookered behind the Brown ball.
Then cleared all the colours. He was 17 years old at the time. Teenager Sam Harvey scored a break of during a practice match at his home club in Bedford in November The year-old was playing tour professional Kyren Wilson when he registered the score.
After a foul from his opponent early in the frame, Harvey was left with a free ball, and potted the brown to a centre pocket, gaining position on the black.
He then spilt the reds open and went on to pot all 15, taking 12 more blacks, two pinks and a blue before clearing the colours. In Tony Drago Malta b.
Drago broke off and snookered Manning behind the brown. Manning tried to escape from the snooker but left a free ball. Drago took the brown as the free ball and then the brown again for four more points and followed that with 15 reds, 13 blacks, a pink and a blue and all the colours.
His practice partner was Kam or Kan? Like Drago he took brown, brown, 13 blacks, pink and blue. Stephen Hendry made a in practice vs Alfie Burden in He had brown, green, 10 blacks and 5 pinks.
Cliff Thorburn managed a in practice against Geoff Foulds in Peter Ebdon. Shaun Murphy. Ken Doherty. Stephen Maguire. Stuart Bingham.
Ray Reardon. Stephen Lee. Mark Allen. Allister Carter. Kyren Wilson. James Wattana. Paul Hunter. Marco Fu. Ricky Walden.
Barry Hawkins. Cliff Thorburn. Tony Knowles. Dennis Taylor. Doug Mountjoy. Alan McManus. Dominic Dale. Graeme Dott. Michael White. Anthony McGill.