Lv Haotian will continue the dark horse tour in the world championship.

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 Lv Haotian will continue the dark horse tour in the world championship.


Ryan Dai faced McGill with little difference in strength, but the performance of the season was obviously better by Ryan Dai, two small ranking Championships, one stop to win the championship, the British brocade into the top four, and a little better than McGill. If Ryan Dai will win and challenge Ding Junhui in the second round, it will be a difficult game, after all, Ryan Dai has conquered Ding Junhui at the world championships and the British brocade. Lv Haotian, the 20 year old winner of the world championship, defeated Fu Jiajun, Chinas Hongkong master Fu Jiajun in the first round of the derby, and the second round will challenge Hawkins, and the latter first round 10-7 defeat of cat. Hawkins won the first runner up and the three semi-finals in the past five World Championships, and his experience in the fort lux is far more than that of Lu Hao Tian. The two men have never fought before, and the world championships meet is an encounter. For Lu Haotian, there is no pressure to challenge the strong enemy, so that we can exert ourselves to exert pressure on our opponents. The second round of the 25 round of the world championships is 13 wins, divided into three stages for confrontation, and the first stage will be eight games. Perry, who beat Selby 10-4 in the first round, will play against Mark Alan, according to the schedule, which will be the second round of the first match. Perry played well in the elimination of Selby, but at the second round, Mark Alan, who had the same first round performance, was at least in a difficult position. Before the two men fought 15 times, Perry won 7 times, Alan won 6 times, and the remaining 2 times were tied, the first stage of competition may not be able to see any clue. Sixth days of the World Championships: April 26th 20:00 Mike Gil vs Ryan - Dai (second stage) Perry vs Alan (first stage) April 27th 02:00 Trump vs wood (second stage)