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Thailand’s Noppon Saengkham caused the biggest upset of the World Championship so far by beating 2005 winner Shaun Murphy 10-4 in the first round.
World number 42 Saengkham led 6-3 overnight and won the first two frames on Tuesday before Murphy responded.
Murphy, the 10th seed, missed superb chances to win the next two frames and Saengkham capitalised on his mistakes.
The 28-year-old knocked in breaks of 60 and 76 to record his maiden victory at the Crucible in his second appearance.
He will face either Mark Selby or Jordan Brown in round two.
On the other table, Mark Allen made breaks of 136 and 105 in the first two frames before Crucible debutant Jamie Clarke responded with a quality century of his own.
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