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World Snooker


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The two-day, best-of-35-frame final of the sport's most prestigious tournament continues at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre with frames 9-16 as the two remaining competitors battle it out for the title of 2004 world champion.
The first round saw some notable casualties: champion Ken Doherty , 2002 winner Peter Ebdon , last year's semi-finalist Stephen Lee and crowd favourite Jimmy White. With early results pointing to one of the most open championships for years, several players look good bets to lift the trophy. But who will emerge from the pack in search of the title and a first prize of £250,000?
Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs introduce the action, while two more ex-champions, Steve Davis and John Parrott , offer their expert insights. Commentary from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo. BBCi: digital viewers can access a news and statistics service via the red button


Unknown: Ken Doherty
Unknown: Peter Ebdon
Unknown: Stephen Lee
Unknown: Jimmy White.
Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: John Virgo.

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