Stuart Bingham makes 147 in China Open

Stuart Bingham has become the second player in this year’s China Open to record a stunning maximum break.

Stuart Bingham. Picture by Monique Limbos

The 2015 world champion made the break during his second round match against Ricky Walden. The maximum came in the seventh frame which put Bingham 4-3 ahead.

Remarkably, Bingham’s maximum came less than 24 hours after Ronnie O’Sullivan made a stunning 147 in his shock 6-2 defeat to Elliot Slessor.

It means the 41-year-old now is entitled to share the £42,000 jackpot for the maximum break and largest break of the tournament. Both players will win an extra £21,000 should no other player make a 147 this week.in Beijing.

This was Bingham’s fourth career maximum and it’s the 138th maximum break in snooker history and seventh of the season.


PLAYERS WHO HAVE MADE A 147 THIS SEASON

Stuart Bingham – China Open 2018

Ronnie O’Sullivan – China Open 2018

Luca Brecel – Championship League 2018

Martin Gould – Championship League 2018

Cao Yupeng – Scottish Open 2017

Kyren Wilson – International Championship 2017

Liang Wenbo – English Open


At time of writing Bingham and Walden were playing a final frame decider with the match tied at 5-5.

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