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Neil Robertson vs Judd Trump | 2023 Championship League Snooker Invitational | Semi-Final

Mar 30, 2024
four is already in the champion, that's a prize in the end, so let's now remove 300 pounds from frame, it's still the best of five first to three to get to the

final

judge, Trump to start and of course when They played this afternoon he won three to zero, but now there's a different vibe, Peter, because now it's what they're used to, it's knockout, yeah, if anything, Neil probably feels better than the rest, sneaking in at the last minute , there you have a slightly long one, red, to start with eight. Yeah, I think any of these four now expect to win nine and okay, he's got one in the green pocket 16.
neil robertson vs judd trump 2023 championship league snooker invitational semi final
Yeah, I think he knew it as soon as he hit that Robertson 16. He wasn't. happy, no, it's been Neil Robertson's history in this group, just inconsistent, really you know, just when you think something good breaks and you immediately missed that, yeah, it wasn't even close, can Trump really maintain the form he has? He topped the group with five wins out of six, the only loss was to John Higgins 3-2, so even in the match he lost he won two frames, five and six against the Reds. It's a fantastic shot, it didn't overheat, I can't exactly look back. where he wanted right on the right side to send white to the opening table two right on the go Karen Wilson and John Higgins another very difficult to call, well, it's worth it when they played in the round robin Wilson won three to nil. he was the first one up yesterday morning 19.
neil robertson vs judd trump 2023 championship league snooker invitational semi final

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Yes, every credit to John Higgins, who returned from a three-nil defeat in the first game in the group stage, put him on the defensive immediately, but that answered very good. 26. Trump seeks to make an immediate change here. 27. Yes, I played against Robertson when they played before, but because that was Neil Robertson's first match of the day, he had been waiting to play, he has had matches since then, still, having Colin immediately put no pressure on him to move on. red to green. Pocket just jumps in looking to win the

championship

league

today for the fourth time.
neil robertson vs judd trump 2023 championship league snooker invitational semi final
It is a difficult tournament to win. There are many parties. They are short games. You face other important players. So we must win it for a full time. It will be very impressive, yes I know people say that the longer formats are difficult to win, which they clearly are, but 42. The short format is also very difficult for Winter. I've already won it three times, that's the achievement and it looks good here. Until now, the important thing is the framing, but there is an opportunity for another century. He is currently closing in on 900,898, so two more are needed and he is in a race with his opponent Neil Robertson, who is at 891, just holding back almost to the winning point.
neil robertson vs judd trump 2023 championship league snooker invitational semi final
I don't want to do something silly, he's trying to hold the pink spot, he just took a little look at it to see where the print will go. 56. yes, four in front, red color, red color, does not want to be dead, a thread of luck, just made on the other side of the table I think these three balls will go to the corner, yes, we do not waste the percentages, I shoot well controlled, not precise, didn't have to be so precise if we played them in the corner, but obviously we didn't want to use the rest, but couldn't have played it better, absolutely perfect and just this pink one and its frame, yeah, a brilliant start for Trump As we've seen in the past, sometimes there's a star performer in the round-robin phase and they don't push. but this is different, it is the group of winners and they are all proven winners.
Trump shows why here, just like he started this match 72. Yeah, and just set up a president for your opponent to send a message saying if you don't win the frame, I'm just not going to draw that red, so that's the problem now. with respect to the 80th century. Yes, and you will surely want to reach the century. Yeah, I'm a little surprised that he played to move it and not only fell behind him 86 falling behind him guaranteed a chance to attack him I know he has to try to cut it on this side cushion well, in fact, he has tried to bend it in any way way wait where is the red is in is No, but it's a great start 86 from Judd Trump in a short time to lead Neil Robertson one to nil.
Thank you. Well, we have enjoyed 21 group games. Now it's all about knockout and good. The knockout blow was landed in the first frame. Anyway by Jud Trump at 86 to lead Neil Robertson Wilson Robertson has taken a great shot and is still at table two. He will face John Higgins in a best-of-five frame for tonight's main

final

. The trophy ten thousand pounds plus all the money there is. has been won along the way remember it's 300 a frame in the group stage it's going to be a great night for someone another fantastic pot one of the best sounds in pool that when you hear that long red crack on the back of the leather and just play them with such control as Judd they shout yes just to sneak away from the blue they assume the black boats go to corner four not sure where they are located afterwards also has the pink in the middle if the black is going to tie 11. now the black still pop into the cube in the left corner if he does it will be very useful 12. because that will also mean the red pots after he pops this black 19. 20. well it's a good start by

trump

and looks good here but Colin Wilson did even better in title two, collecting 137 total clearances to win the first frame and leading John Higgins one to nil.
These quick matches are the worry of running away from you, one or two serious mistakes, yes exactly, I mean all the pride. that Robertson doubts we're really in the

semi

s after everything you know, he may not last long in game 27. Yeah, the only thing Trump loves right now is that Paul Collier got the pink in the right place. Paul, it's good to see you. Torment has been here for a long time officiating these days, as well as refereeing, yes, very, very good referee, Paul Collier and, as we said before, leaning at the Welsh Open, he is quite useful in giving advice when they run out, Sullivan pressed him to to come into action. a couple of times I can't wait so well and now he kept coming out fine without getting involved with all that you think was the wild thing, right?
It wasn't quite right, so John Paris did the repair work. that the queue creator I just lost the pack could have been worse, although he still had one in the yellow pocket that would be expected to hit a bit and he missed that red one, yes he's looking to cut it down the middle, easier to check if you put it on. the yellow pocket but the dribble is a bit easier in the middle and lovely control too anyway 41. yeah so we'll probably see him play in the loose red, he may even try to leave an angle to bother the Reds if he can , now you're going to Now I have to leave an angle on the blue 46. 47 small.
Although the target has to hit this ball completely, otherwise they will probably miss the target towards one of the foreign corner pockets, but I think it turned out well. Can you pop this red closer? For black, a tricky angle, but it looks like he can, but possibly not, otherwise I'm sure he's already been playing it, so it could be a safety shot, he could clip the red on the side cushion and the target on the table, yes, Trump. 52. Yes, Judd, turning the screw, the safety is a pretty good length. You wouldn't want White Town to have the cushion now to stop him.
You know, being able to put one side on it to turn it at angles and that's it because Judd didn't get the fitted white suit, but Neil has the cover. I think so, you could tell Judd's slow walk to the table suggested he was no good now all of a sudden Neil is in the driver's seat, not really. I want to move the ready, he just put it on safe, but I'm not sure he has a choice unless you can get the target in the yellow pocket area, yeah, just a holding safety, no big pressure on Neil's shot , but I don't think Judd would have done it. any choice and you may have even left a pot.
I just had to explode, but he missed it. Yes, in fact, he left a boat. He's probably now winning frame 52 over the good guy, already one, so it looks like two to zero. All the effort, Robertson. made to get to the

semi

-finals, but so far it's been a nightmare start for him, yeah, two quick frames of Judd eight, as you have to catch a limo. He would have said dollars for a £300 frame, David, but maybe he could buy the book. that's an option, well he's played some great

snooker

in this group and he's looking to move on and get to the final, yeah well that's 60.
He's not in front with 67 so two to none is 17. Yeah , I mean, when, when. We had covered tournaments and it was the blockade. There was no audience. You know, we've won a lot of those. Not everyone can deal with that environment. You know, it was pretty isolated and people are going to spend a lot of time alone, but he just. He kind of dug in and kept winning trophy after trophy, there's no crowd here, he's never been in the

championship

league

, he's focused on playing, yeah, and I think he's a pretty private person. Judy has her circle of friends and family, and that suits her. to the ground, so yeah, she's probably on her element 29.
Well, that was a surprising lady, but it doesn't exactly matter. Trump quickly took a two-zero lead in this foreign semifinal. Thanks Jet. Trump has made breaks of 86 and 52 to lead Neal Robertson 2-0 in the semi-finals of the BET Victor Championship League Winners' Bracket on table two, still one zero Karen Wilson made a total clear of 137 in frame one so Robertson hasn't made any impact in this match yet and he'll have to start soon he'll have to start here in this frame of course he can turn it around from here but Trump looks very good yeah it seems like it's enough to play a bass without miss because you just get the impression that if Judd gets the opportunity, you can see him vibrate on the break 50 60 70 no problem, he looks very confident, very comfortable, yeah.
Neil must be careful right away, little safety shot, he will try to leave the white under the black cushion, but I can't afford to leave that red next to the black, yes, I almost did it. Oh, I shot these top players, they like to play very often, just a little advancement in the group, but sometimes the needs must be the same again. Here we have a small stalemate. Can you send red to the table but I can't afford to go for Neil? Oh, he just left a little tempting but he can't be tempted by that. It's a safety tent for Robertson just looking to try and get an advantage. oh, that's what all players should do, come down, let's say we'll take a look along the bolt cushion, see exactly where you want to leave the target, your opponent in maximum trouble, no point in just knocking him down on the table aimless, being like Neil's.
It has to be the person who brings it here first, David, well this is the kind of pool they play at their best, we've seen it with Trump breaking the box on Robertson, of course he's capable of doing that, but yeah , it is not. Although in this match that's the problem, yes, in a strange way, maybe Judd and Karen Wilson, probably even John Higgins have a slight advantage, they grew up playing best-of-five pro arms all day, like this format . while Neil probably didn't have this on the Australian First Circuit week after week again, excellent safety shot from Judd, very underrated part of his game, I'm not the one left to shoot I think, and he makes the pink bounce in the middle Opposite, I think so.
It's probably very attractive to try to traverse the space here, but it seems that from the camera angle on the red, white is classy, ​​it would still be placed in the corner pots in the middle and then in turn be would release what was ready. in one he makes the pink pass into the corner pocket beyond the red, that will be an advantage if he does it a little awkwardly. Queuing up for Judd, especially. I'm going to switch to the right hand to use the rest. This is miscible but not in the Magnificent moment shot six, yes, it seems that he feels very good about his game at the moment and, well, he has a chance to put an end to this.
Getting to the final seven, a delicate little shot. You better run inside, behind the black man. Now where's the black guy going? How come this made him uncomfortable since it helps him? 14. Yeah, it shouldn't be that bad, actually, it shouldn't be that bad for the blue on this one. Oh, he's a coat. Wow, you have Trump 14. That was an oversight, why is he a lifesaver. Robertson, you could see the whole match, the whole event sliding there, although the cue ball slid quite far from the intended position as well, yeah, that's not a good shot, now he's going to play some out of frustration.
I think it's almost certain that he will try. the blue, but this is the right shot of frustration, we will soon find out that Robertson won. I thought about apologizing. He's going to see Alex Higgins. That blue. It wasn't like that, but he didn't throw him out in any way. No, he didn't really understand it. very close again, the only good thing is that he possibly he is not in the position of God, yes, for Neil, he will be. This is much more frustrating than not having opportunities and your opponent just making big breaks left right and center when you have opportunities. and you're wasting them it makes you feel 10 times worse andNow he's a little upset.
I'll catch this very thin to avoid those two reds on the side cushion and also make sure I don't catch one over the corner pocket. Yeah, that was pretty good from there, the guy has the same problem now, so this is a chance for Neil to hit some balls. Well, I mean I thought I could see the one on the left of the block, it's just not happening. Yes, it was always like that. high well it's a big release and it could have been in the game there but Robertson gets another chance to his relief that he's out of his chair pretty quickly in fact when Trump botched this yeah I think if Judd I could have hit that one and a fraction hard and there's no way to miss it, but harder than it wouldn't have been for us to hold the pink, so there's that. which caused him to miss the shot, he walked over Wilson about to go into the tunnel against John Higgins, so Wilson is looking good at the moment, he's at the break of 54 here way over the line and he's really mastered that party in Pat.
Higgins hasn't followed the ball yet two frames five six yeah, it looks like he's fine now, will he do a little cannon on the package here just to try to get one or two out into the open field? Now we can stay in the other red anyway. wow, although I hit it a lot harder than I thought it would be 30. Yeah, I didn't think it was necessary to hit it that hard, just hit it one or two balls, yeah, or against that target to get up, yeah, that's a good shot . that's probably his best chance yet 18. 90.
Yeah, good thinking Neil, if he's right on the Blue Book, poor execution if he makes fun of himself and she definitely has the case. 22. Yes, now he is chasing this opportunity. On the Green's good bounce he was thinking he would keep trying to pop balls, but he was thin and wobbly and didn't fall and it still looks like he left one for Trump, yes, it was an absolutely privileged position. when he pointed out that the red Cannon, the yellow to London, has brown, I'm sorry to cut the yellow dirt on the red, it was absolutely perfect and then one shot later he had to play a long green and sat down, smiling half grimacing. gets out of his chair again before the match is over, Judge Trump will be determined that he not only gets a bit of a stun faster from this and goes for the green or the brown, no, he's made it a bit awkward if The red one wasn't close to the sideline, I could reach it that easily, but now it's going to be awkward to queue.
I guess the good thing is that he just has to focus on the boat. He knows that he has the Reds absolutely sitting now he may as well play a cannon. to the other one here, if he thinks it's easier to control to get to the black six, oh yeah, I think the concerns landed there, he would be waiting for the blue pots to go back to being like, I think he's just a good positional shot away from win eleven twelve. and yes, it could be an absolutely prime position now, unless you miss a set. This is over, it's a special event for Trump because he won it in 2009 before becoming a top player and beating Mark Selby in the final.
He proved to the top players at the time that he was going to be healthy a couple of years later, of course he won the China Open as a finalist and hasn't looked back since then and in that period he also won in 2014 and 2016. in this tournament and has been the player of the round robin phase, he just needs to put this aside and he will be the first man to reach the final. Did he Solo play a group in this one? Did he classify himself in the first group? Yes, just before. the Masters which of course he won 34. yeah, uh, 25 in front, it's red, red and then he gets ready for the last five, yeah, he'll probably stop the whites at The Pink Spot now 41. 42. no only this black Well, it's a second victory by three to zero, but your Trump over Neil Robertson today beat him by that score in the group stage and it really has been similar as long as Robertson, who has not acted as he would have liked 50 So all the efforts he made to get to the playoffs and everything is coming to nothing, it will be Judge Trump who advances to the final 57. 59. and now the game becomes super easy 66. he gives us a little shine at goal 71.
Oh, there are many reasons to be sure who will occupy each place in the final column. John Higgins will be there shortly for that 77. That's a very good performance by Trump. He made breaks of 86-52 and 77 three-time Championship League winner Judd. Trump, the first man to reach the final, beating Neil Robertson in the semi-final by three frames to none.

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