SHEFFIELD, England - After lighting up the Crucible with his crowd-pleasing antics, jovial snooker player Dechawat Poomjaeng was left with a scowl on his face at the world championship after three straight misses.
Dechawat, widely known by his nicknam Jack Saraburi, failed to hit a red ball three times in a row during his second-round match against Michael White. Under snooker's rules, three misses when a red can be hit leads to the frame being conceded.
It's only the third time a frame has been lost in such fashion at the championship.
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