Mark Selby beat Alan McManus on Wednesday to progress to the second round of the Shanghai Masters.
It was a close-fought match between the world number one Selby and the world number 29 McManus.
With the match tied at four frames each, Selby found himself 41-1 up in the deciding frame. Rather than take the cautious approach, he went very much on the offensive.
The Englishman attempted - and pulled off - an audacious three-ball plant. Not only did he manage the pot but he also manoeuvred his way around the cushions to a pottable position on the yellow.
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