Judd Trump suffered a shock upset as he lost 6-3 to Matthew Selt in the third round of the UK Championship.
There was nothing to separate the players in the early stages of the match as they shared the first four frames.
Trump took the lead with a break of 68 before Selt responded with a 63 to level.
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The 2019 world champion looked in good touch as he moved into a 2-1 advantage but a missed red at 41-0 ahead in the fourth frame was pounced upon by Selt as he squared the match again.
That miss looked even more costly as Selt won both frames after the mid-session interval with breaks of 55 and 60.
Trump didn’t pot a ball in either frame and let Selt in again when he failed to get close with a long red in the seventh frame.

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However, Selt couldn’t take advantage and Trump did enough to take the frame and cut the lead to one.
Selt then hit back to take a tight 62-49 victory in the eighth frame, before a remarkable 128 break secured the win.
Speaking after his loss, Trump said: "I was just poor really, c*** from the start to the finish. It always seems to be the same in this venue, I always struggle here, for what reason I don’t know.
"The tournament just seems to take so long and I can’t seem to get up for it. I just felt flat.”
Later on Tuesday world number eight Stephen Maguire was admonished 6-0 by world number 40 as the seeds continued to struggle in York.

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Later on Tuesday Luca Brecel emerged a 6-0 winner against 2004 UK Championship winner and current world number eight Stephen Maguire.
The win means that Ronnie O’Sullivan is the only former winner left in the draw after the exits of Trump, Mark Selby, Ding Junhui, John Higgins and Neil Robertson.
World number 40 Brecel ran in only one break in excess of 50 – and that came in frame two – but a combination of an out-of-sorts Maguire, the rub of the green and the run of the balls saw the Belgian through to the round of 16.
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