World Snooker Championship 2014 Final: Scores, Results, Schedule and More

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World Snooker Championship 2014 Final: Scores, Results, Schedule and More
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Two players are left standing in the 2014 World Snooker Championship, as Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Selby will square off in a best-of-35 final at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.    

"The Rocket" will be defending a title he has won in back-to-back years and has looked like his usual dominant self throughout much of the tournament.

Selby, however, will play without any pressure as O'Sullivan is widely expected to make it three in a row. He showed everyone he was in superb control of his game with his thrilling semi-final win over Neil Robertson, holding off the world No. 1 to win 17-15.

The final will start with two sessions on Sunday, and the first player to reach 18 frame wins will be crowned World Champion.

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