Ronnie O’Sullivan 147 break in 2010 World Open Snooker

Ronnie O'Sullivan among favourites to win title (credit: skyanth)
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Watch Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 147 break which is interrupted by O’Sullivan asking about prize money for a maximum break

Ronnie O’Sullivan is arguably the best snooker player to have ever lifted a cue, although the 147 break he managed during the 2010 World Open was not without controversy.

This is a sensational clearance from the Rocket, although he does pause to ask the referee about the prize money for a 147 (there isn’t any) and then shakes Mark King’s hand before potting the final black.

Ronnie O’Sullivan is 8/1 with sponsors Betfred to win the 2011 World Championship.

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