Ace Indian cueist and snooker player Pankaj Advani has recently managed to clinch one of the most prestigious titles in the world. Playing for his 18th World title, another superb performance managed him to outclass Iran’s Amir Sarkhosh in the finals and claim yet another title at the IBSF World Snooker Championship on this Monday. His attacking game coupled with deadly safety managed him to outclass his opponent in the best of 15 games and make him the champ of the champs at the Al Arabi Sports Club in Doha. On November 12 last year, Advani had won his 17th world title at the same venue when he won the IBSF World Billiards Championship defeating Mike Russell of England.
The snooker final saw Amir pocketing the first frame and Advani just trying to understand his game. But as soon as Amir missed a green pot, it gave Advani a chance and he lapped it up to level the score. After the second one, Advani never looked back as he raced to 5-2 lead surviving a fierce cut throat battle in the next few games. With his clever tactics and valiant shots, Advhani managed to defeat Amir Sarkhosh of Iran by 8-2. The scorecard was 19-71, 79-53, 98-23, 69-62, 60-05, 0-134, 75-07, 103-4, 77-13, 67-47 in the final match.