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Summary

  1. Semi-finals (Best of 11 frames)
  2. Result: Ronnie O'Sullivan (Eng) 6-3 Ding Junhui (Chn)
  3. Result: Judd Trump (Eng) 6-4 Neil Robertson (Aus)

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Brilliance on the black & an amazing fluke - but Ding still misses out on 147

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    Video caption: Masters Snooker 2019: Ding denied 147 despite thrilling attempt

    China's Ding Junhui agonisingly misses out on a maximum 147 break during his Masters semi-final against Ronnie O'Sullivan.

  2. Robertson beats Hawkins to reach semi-final - best shots

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    Video caption: Masters Snooker 2019: Neil Robertson beats Barry Hawkins to reach semi-finals - best shots

    Watch the best shots as Neil Robertson comes from to beat Barry Hawkins 6-3 at the Masters to set up a semi-final against Judd Trump.

  3. Trump knocks out world number one Selby - best shots

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    Video caption: Masters 2019: Judd Trump knocks out world number one Mark Selby - best shots

    Judd Trump knocks world number one Mark Selby out of the Masters to reach the semi-finals with a 6-2 victory.

  4. Last time out

    UK Masters Snooker final 2018

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    Video caption: Allen beats Wilson to win first Masters - five best shots

    Mark Allen beat Kyren Wilson 10-7 to become the first Northern Irishman to win the Masters since Dennis Taylor in 1987.

    The final at the Alexandra Palace was a tight affair until the 11th frame, when Allen, 31, made a 73 break to move 6-5 ahead before adding 119 in the next.

    Englishman Wilson, the world number 14, went another frame behind before rallying to pull it back to 8-7.

    Allen responded with breaks of 69 and 71 to take the £200,000 first prize.

  5. What is the Masters?

    The second of the so-called Triple Crown snooker events, the Masters is considered snooker’s most prestigious invitation tournament.

    The 2019 tournament runs from January 13 to 20 with full coverage across the BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TV and iPlayer, plus coverage across the BBC Sport website and App.

    The Masters has been held at Alexandra Palace in London since 2012 and its most decorated player is Ronnie O'Sullivan, who will bid for a record eighth title at this year's tournament soon after winning the UK Championship title in December.

    Northern Ireland's Mark Allen is the reigning Masters champion following his 10-7 victory over England's Kyren Wilson last year, his first Triple Crown title.

    The Paul Hunter Trophy
    Image caption: Who will take home the Paul Hunter Trophy in 2019?
  6. BBC Coverage

    All times GMT and subject to late changes

    The BBC will brings you live coverage from Alexandra Palace on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Red Button, plus uninterrupted coverage on the BBC Sport website, app and on BBC iPlayer.

    There will also be a daily highlights round-up and further extended coverage of the day's play with Masters Snooker Extra each evening.

    Saturday, 19 January

    13:00: Ronnie O'Sullivan (Eng) v Ding Junhui (Chn)

    19:00: Judd Trump (Eng) v Neil Robertson (Aus)

    BBC coverage

    06:00-08:30 & 10:30-12:55, Masters Snooker Highlights (repeat), BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

    08:30-10:30, Masters Snooker Extra (repeat), BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

    13:00-17:30, Connected TV and online

    13:15-16:30, BBC One (14:15-16:30, BBC One Scotland)

    16:30-17:30, BBC Two

    19:00-23:00, BBC Two

    00:25-02:25, Masters Snooker Extra, BBC Two

  7. Get Inspired: How to get into Snooker

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Whether you choose to play competitively or socially, snooker is sure to get your brain working.

    It requires skill and concentration and will improve your focus and hand-eye coordination. Anyone can play regardless of age, gender or ability and it's not an expensive sport to get in to.

    Snooker is essentially a simple sport, once the rules of the game have been learnt - you can do that here.

    And a great way to start taking part in snooker is through a local snooker club.

    The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards provides a club finder to locate your local snooker venue.

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    Video caption: Get Inspired: How World Snooker is helping build confidence in the community