Shock upsets leaves the Snooker Masters betting wide open

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Mark King has been cut to 25/1 (from 66/1) for the Ladbrokes Mobile Masters by the sponsors after knocking out previous two time Masters champion Mark Selby.

King was available at 5/2 before the match started but beat Selby (2/7) 6-4.

In the evening game the odds were upset again as Peter Ebdon (5/4) beat Ali Carter who was 4/7 to win the game.

Ebdon is now 20/1 from 50/1 for the tournament outright.

Monday’s play sees a close game between Mark Williams and Ding Junhui with them both earning 5/6 chances to win.

The evening game sees John Higgins (4/9) take on Graeme Dott (13/8).

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “King has pulled off what could be the shock of the tournament in the first game and is a big out right mover. The evening game saw another pre-match outsider come out on top and we don’t think the surprise results will stop here.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

2011 Ladbrokes Mobile Masters
R O’Sullivan – 10/3
J Higgins – 9/2
N Robertson – 6/1
S Murphy – 7/1
Ding Junhui – 9/1
M Williams – 9/1
S Maguire – 11/1
M Allen – 18/1
G Dott – 20/1
P Ebdon – 20/1
J Cope – 25/1
M King – 25/1
M Fu – 40/1
S Hendry – 66/1

Monday’s matches
Mark Williams – 5/6
Ding Junhui – 5/6

John Higgins – 4/9
Graeme Dott – 13/8

First frame winner
Mark Williams – 5/6
Ding Junhui – 5/6

John Higgins – 8/13
Graeme Dott – 6/5

1st Round Matches – Mondays Enhanced Doubles
Williams and Higgins both to win their first round matches – 7/4
Junhui and Higgins both to win their first round matches – 7/4
Williams and Dott both to win their first round matches – 4/1
Junhui and Dott both to win their first round matches – 4/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.