Thepchaiya Un-Nooh dazzled the Watford crowds for 4 days straight as he lifted the betvictor snooker shootout.
The Thai star is the quickest player on the professional tour, and proved to be perfectly suited to the quick fire one-frame format played against the clock.
Stunning performances of potting saw Un-Nooh win seven games en route to the title, with the highlight coming in the semi-final when he made an absolutely sublime break of 139, the highest in Snooker Shoot out history.
The Thai superstar known as “F1” by his friends in Thailand due his rapid style, powered past Stuart Bingham, Jamie Clarke and then Michael Holt in the final, where he made another stunning break of 74 to crown a memorable evening and in the process win his first ranking event title.
Also a massive shout out to the impressive Ryan Davies who as a 16 year old reached the last 16 with a series of stunning displays and is one to definitely watch in the future.
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