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SangSom 6 Red World Championship

Tour: Main Tour; Date: 8-13 Jul 2008; Venue: Montien Riverside Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand; Type: Invitational; Notes: There were made six maximum breaks (75) at the tournament: Michael Holt (2´┐Ż), Saleh Mohammad, Mike Dunn, Mark Selby, Mohammed Shehab; See also results (31)
Final
England Ricky Walden 8-3 England Stuart Bingham Head to head

31-13, 59-8, 0-60, 60-0 (52), 22-42, 34-21, 46-17, 71-10 (64), 1-35, 38-1, 43-0

Semifinals
England Ricky Walden 7-6 Thailand James Wattana (a) Head to head
England Stuart Bingham 7-3 England Michael Holt Head to head
Quarterfinals
England Ricky Walden 7-5 England Jimmy Michie  
Thailand James Wattana (a) 7-6 England Nigel Bond Head to head
England Stuart Bingham 7-3 England Martin Gould Head to head
England Michael Holt 7-3 Afghanistan Saleh Mohammad (a)  
Round 2
(Last 16)
1 England Ricky Walden 6-1 India Aditya Mehta Head to head
2 England Jimmy Michie 6-1 England Mike Dunn  
3 England Nigel Bond 6-3 India Manan Chandra (a)  
4 Thailand James Wattana (a) 6-2 Ireland Ken Doherty Head to head
5 England Martin Gould 6-5 England Matthew Selt Head to head
6 England Stuart Bingham 6-2 Thailand Supoj Saenla  
7 England Michael Holt 6-5 Singapore Keith Boon (a)  
8 Afghanistan Saleh Mohammad (a) 6-4 Thailand Noppadon Noppachorn (a)  
Round 1
(Last 32)
1 India Aditya Mehta 6-4 England Mark Davis  
2 England Ricky Walden 6-4 England Tom Ford Head to head
3 England Mike Dunn 6-4 Brazil Itaro Santos (a) Head to head
4 England Jimmy Michie 6-2 England Peter Ebdon Head to head
5 England Nigel Bond 6-2 England Stuart Pettman Head to head
6 India Manan Chandra (a) 6-3 Wales Daniel Wells  
7 Thailand James Wattana (a) 6-3 Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi  
8 Ireland Ken Doherty 6-3 England Mark Selby Head to head
9 England Matthew Selt 6-3 England Dave Harold  
10 England Martin Gould 6-4 Thailand Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (a) Head to head
11 Thailand Supoj Saenla 6-1 Australia Steve Mifsud (a)  
12 England Stuart Bingham 6-4 Northern Ireland Joe Swail Head to head
13 England Michael Holt 6-3 Thailand Phaitoon Phonbun (a) Head to head
14 Singapore Keith Boon (a) 6-3 England Jimmy White  
15 Thailand Noppadon Noppachorn (a) 6-1 Hong Kong Chan Kwok Ming (a)  
16 Afghanistan Saleh Mohammad (a) 6-1 New Zealand Dene O'Kane (a)