IBSF U16 World Snooker Championship ’19: Hungary & Poland Final

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TYUMEN, RUSSIA: The IBSF U16 World Snooker Championship 2019, Semi-final  stage concluded with the top two players Hungry’s BulcsĂș RĂ©vĂ©sz  and Antoni Kowalski from Poland qualifying for the final.

The first semi-final, was won by BulcsĂș RĂ©vĂ©sz of Hungry who defeated Pakistan’s Umar Khan 4-1. The beginning was excellent by Umar who won the first frame 107-12 with a shinning 53 points break. Unfortunately, the dominating start was short lived as BulcsĂș won in succession won the next four frames to win the match.

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In the next two – 2nd and 3rd frames, Umar gave played well and gave a competitive oppostion but by a narrow margin BulcsĂș was able to win.   The 4th frame BulcsĂș with a break of 84 points and the 5th frame with a score of 83-13 were easier to win and become a finalist. The frame wise points score was: 12-107 (53), 61-50, 66-43, 94-0 (85), 83-13)

The second semi-final was relatively a one sided match which Antoni also won 4-1 as the last first semi. It was the second frame in which Ranveer Duggal of India showed some resistance. 

The matches summary was as follows:

Courtesy: IBSF

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