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Perry won frame three and Ding took the fourth to tie the match at 2—2 at the interval. Ding, on a break of 41 and likely to win frame eight, ran out of position allowing Perry to increase his lead to 5—3, winning the match in the next frame.
Three-time Masters champion and fourth seed Mark Selby played the lowest seed, Ali Carter , in the second first-round match.
Carter, 17th in the world rankings, had qualified for the event after world number three Ronnie O'Sullivan had chosen not to participate. He also won frame two, after requiring two snookers, and was leading 3—1 at the interval.
Robertson won the first four frames to lead 4—0 at the interval, and later 5—1,  before Maguire took frame seven with a break of The shot had so much backspin that it rolled back into the pocket; the cue ball jumped the pack of reds, hit the knuckle of the right middle pocket and went in-off in the bottom right pocket.
Maguire was informed afterwards that at the interval following the first four frames, bookmakers had made him against winning the match. Gilbert won the first frame with a break of 77, and the second with a break of Allen was leading 59—12 in frame three, before Gilbert cleared the table with a break of 58 to clinch the frame, and also took frame four to lead 4—0 at the interval.
Having missed only eight pots during the entire match, Gilbert commented that his performance was "probably the best [he had] ever played". Trump made three century breaks in the first five frames to lead 3—2.
Hawkins took frame six with a century break, before Higgins won frame seven to triumph 6—1. Lisowski won the opening two frames of the first match, before Wilson took six frames in a row to win 6—2.
There's something seriously wrong in your game. During frame five of the match, referee Ben Williams was stung by a wasp when attempting to remove it from the table.
Murphy won three of the first four frames making three breaks of 50 or more. On a break of 50 and looking likely to win frame seven, Perry missed a red, allowing Murphy to clear the table for a 5—2 lead, thus winning the match in frame eight.
Ali Carter played John Higgins in the second quarter-final. Carter opened a 4—1 lead, before Higgins compiled a break of to win frame six, and then took frame seven with a break of 73 to move within one frame of his opponent at 3—4.
David Gilbert played Stephen Maguire in the third quarter-final. Gilbert won the first frame with the highest break of the tournament, a Maguire took frame four, but Gilbert won the next by a single point, also winning frame six by a narrow margin.
The last quarter-final was between Kyren Wilson and Stuart Bingham. Wilson won the opening frame with a total clearance , and then established a 4—1 lead.
Bingham won frame six with a double on the black ball, and took the next two frames to draw level at 4—4. The semi-finals were played on 18 January as best-offrames.
The first frame featured a break of 68 from Carter, who later won the frame after some safety play. He was on course to make another century in frame six, but a poor shot meant that he finished on only 56, allowing Carter to lead 4—2.
Carter looked likely to lead 5—2, requiring three shots to win frame seven, but missed a shot on the brown ball , allowing Murphy to clinch the frame.
Murphy escaped the snooker and laid a snooker of his own; escaping this snooker, Carter fluked the shot and won the frame.
The second semi-final was between David Gilbert and Stuart Bingham. Gilbert had yet to defeat Bingham in professional play, having met him on ten previous occasions.
The frame ball shot on the red rattled in the bottom right corner, before being fluked into the left corner pocket.
Greenwich Mean Time. After Bingham scored 23, Carter clinched the frame to tie the match at 2—2. On resumption of the match, Carter won the first two frames to draw level again at 5—5.
He also won frame 11 with a break of 95 and frame 12 with a break of , to lead 7—5 at the final interval. Below are the results from the event.
Players in bold denote the match winners, and numbers to the left of the player names are the seedings.
There was a total of 18 century breaks made during the tournament. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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John Higgins . Stephen Maguire . Kyren Wilson . Judd Trump . Ding Junhui . Mark Selby . Barry Hawkins . Neil Robertson .
Maguire was behind. Mark Allen . Jack Lisowski . Mark J Williams .