Bad luck for McBain, at least in that frame. He requires three snookers to get back into this frame, which he manages to get, before a tragic miscue that sees him foul and ultimately lose the match. Better in the final frame, but he couldn't have got much worse.
Mcbain J.-Walden R.
World Open - 22 September 2010
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A red goes in and a black goes in but that's probably going to be it for McBain, amounting to eight points in the whole match. Walden is back at the table and looks likely to clinch it from here.
Hurrah! McBain pots a ball!
It's just not happening for McBain out there. Walden offers him a chance with a poor safety, but he can't put the red into the left-centre pocket.
Poor miss there from Walden on a relatively simple pink to the right-centre pocket - can McBain capitalise and get some points on the board?
This is looking like a rout, as the reds are spread and Walden is again at the table. He's only knocked one in so far, but it's definitely on again. McBain hasn't potted a ball yet!
And he does! 102, with a miss on the final black. Impressive stuff from Walden, although he was lucky earlier on in the frame to get away with an awful miscue.
Century could be on here for Walden. His break stands at 56 and eveything is set nicely for the 27-year-old to take get to three figures.
After a tense start to this frame, Walden has pulled away and once again should go on to take the frame. He's 43-0 ahead and the reds are spread nicely.
Solid start from Walden, although nothing to get really excited about. He misses on the final red down the cushion to the bottom-left pocket, but by then he's got a 75-point lead so McBain concedes the frame.
Walden's in the driving seat here at the moment. Five reds left on the table and he leads 52-5, should make it 1-0 barring any silly mistakes.
Ricky Walden walks out for the final match of the session, where the 27-year-old takes on James McBain.