Martin’s Incredible Frame Steal From Ding (54 Behind, 43 On)

DING Junhui 丁俊晖 vs Martin GOULD 2016 Betfred World Snooker Championship R1 Session 2.

In the beginning, it seemed that Ding had this frame in his hands but his 65 break proved too little.

Martin Gould was 54 points behind and there were 43 points on the table and he needed 3 snookers.

Gould edged even closer to victory when Ding missed a swerve shot after a break of 65, which allowed the Englishman to steal the frame 69-66 and claim an 8-6 lead.

This is undoubtedly one of the best snooker frame steals that you could ever wish to see.